Harksome Hill, West Hunsbury, Northampton, NN4

Harksome Hill

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Reception Room

3 bedroom semi-detached house SSTC

  • Reference Number 3417006_21364106
  • Agent Merry's Wootton
  • Agent Number 01604767400


About this property

Merrys are delighted to offer for sale this three bedroom semi detached home situated in this quiet location in West Hunsbury. Offered with no onward chain and vacant possession this home would suit a first time buyer or investor looking for a quick move with no complications. The accommodation comprises of entrance hall, lounge, kitchen/diner and large conservatory on the ground floor and three bedrooms and family bathroom on the first floor. There is a lawned garden and driveway providing off road parking to the front of the property, with a lawned garden and decked area which is enclosed by timber panel fencing to the rear of the property. A pleasant home that benefits from gas radiator central heating from an updated Worcester Bosch combi boiler and double glazed windows . The location is very conveniently placed for excellent commuter links to the M1, A43 and A45 with good access to Northampton train station , opening up routes to London Euston and Birmingham New Street. More locally there is a precinct within a short walk providing convenience store, dentist , opticians and primary school , with Sixfields leisure complex and stadium within a short drive that provides restaurants, take-aways and a cinema. ticians and primary school , with Sixfields leisure complex and stadium within a short drive that provides restaurants, take-aways and a cinema.

Key Features

Harksome Hill, West Hunsbury, Northampton, NN4
  • Three Bedroom Semi Detached
  • Off road parking
  • Large conservatory
  • Private rear garden with decked area
  • no onward chain and vacant possession
  • Gas Radiator Central heating
  • UPVC double glazing (where specified)*



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