Stratford Drive, Wootton, Northampton, NN4

Stratford Drive

  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 3 Reception Rooms

5 bedroom detached house for sale

  • Reference Number 3417006_20719811
  • Agent Merry's Wootton
  • Agent Number 01604767400

Offers in excess of £825,000

About this property

A substantial detached residence situated within the popular village of Wootton which offers spacious and versatile accommodation. The property occupies a generous plot and is being offered for sale with no upper chain


Situated within the village of Wootton is this sizeable detached family home which occupies a generous mature plot and is being offered for sale with no upper chain. The property has an unusual feature of a second stair case which leads up to a large sitting room which has potential to create a separate annex. On the ground floor there is a spacious hall with three reception rooms leading off. Kitchen with integrated appliances and a uPVC double glazed conservatory. On the first floor are five bedrooms some with built in wardrobes, en-suite bathroom and family bathroom.

Externally the property has secure gated access. Off road parking for several vehicles and a double garage. To the rear there is a large established garden with an abundance of mature trees, shrubs and bushes. 

The property also benefits from Solar Panels which generate a significant feed in Tariff.

An early viewing is highly recommended.

Please note the current images are from a previous listing.

The Village of Wootton is situated on the south side of Northampton and offers excellent access to the town centre and the motorway. The village offers many amenities to include a Doctors Surgery, Butchers, Public House, Working Mens Club and a Primary School. There is a Waitrose and Coop also close by. Northampton High School for Girls and Caroline Chisholm School are both within walking distance.


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Protecting yourself and those in the property you’re viewing

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• Maintain a 2m distance from anyone you aren’t living with – we know this can be tough at times, but it’s possible. If you ever forget what 2m looks like, imagine taking two long strides, or visualising the height of your front door!

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Before the viewing

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