These four counties are definitely worth looking at if you’re thinking of a country escape but still don’t want fully leave behind your big city days.
Known as the ‘Rose of the Shires’ in the heart of the country, Northamptonshire offers an appealing rural lifestyle with historic villages and small towns, which also have great connections to the busier life of London.
Bedfordshire is also an option for the commuter, offering delightful rural living without having sacrifice any big city connections. The same for Buckinghamshire, which continues to lure more home buyers out of the country’s capital to have a taste of the countryside charm.
If you are well and truly set on the country living then Oxfordshire is a safe bet featuring some of the country’s most beautiful scenery in The Cotswolds and Chiltern Hills.
Your Move estate agents, across these four counties, have a comprehensive network of branches in key areas. We can offer a complete property services solution; whether you are buying or renting, selling or letting.
This well-presented, three bedroom, semi-detached family home is situated within a cul-de-sac and further benefits from off-street parking for two cars. Completed in 2015, the home also boasts integrated kitchen appliances, an open plan kitchen/breakfast room and an en-suite to the master bedroom. On entering the property the hallway provides access to the downstairs W/C, the kitchen/breakfast room and the lounge with dual aspect windows. The kitchen provides integrated appliances including a fridge/freezer, a washing machine, a gas hob and a single electric oven. Upstairs you will find the master bedroom featuring a double wardrobe and an en-suite with shower. There are two further bedrooms and a three-piece family bathroom suite with a large heated towel rail. Outside there is a front garden which is laid to lawn with off-street parking. To the rear there is an enclosed rear garden with a sizeable shed with a high security ground anchor. Early viewing is advised to appreciate the condition of this wonderful family home.
Available in mid March is this spacious two double bedroom property situated in The Mounts, close to Northampton Town Centre. Ideally suited to a couple or a family the property is perfectly situated close to local amenities with shops and supermarkets within walking distance. From the entrance you access a spacious, dual aspect lounge/diner with sliding doors to the the rear garden. There is a well appointed kitchen with a range of base and eye level units and downstairs is a usable basement. Upstairs offers two double bedrooms and a spacious bathroom. Externally, there is a larger than average rear garden for properties of this type.
PERFECT FOR YOU AND ZERO DEPOSIT CONSIDERED! Walking Distance to Town Centre. This well presented second floor apartment comes in great order. There is a large lounge/diner, modern kitchen and bathroom, double bedroom with built in wardrobe and allocated parking. The area is walking distance to the Town Centre, Bedford Park and has a Budgens close by. There is some furniture included in the property. Call Your Move to arrange your viewing . EPC Rating C
Available immediately is this three bedroom house in Ruskin Road. The property is entered from the front with an entrance hall linking the downstairs accommodation and has stairs rising to the first floor. Downstairs there is a fitted kitchen, living room and bathroom suite. Upstairs there are three bedrooms. The rear garden is mostly laid to lawn and accessed from the kitchen.
Available in mid March is this one bedroom ground floor apartment in the Mounts. The property offers fantastic value and comprises kitchen, living room, a double bedroom and a bathroom with shower over bath. Outside there is allocated off street parking. The property comes unfurnished. Please don't hesitate to enquire about viewings.
Overstone Road is situated in The Mounts, which was the historic core of Northampton's boot and shoe industry, predominantly Victorian buildings and factory conversions the area is a big part of the heritage of the town. The property is within walking distance to the Barrack Road where you will find a host of shops, restaurants, cafes and public houses. The property is also close proximity to the Racecourse Park and is conveniently located for access to The Mounts Baths, Northampton central bus station and the Grosvenor Shopping Centre. Northampton train station is 0.4 of a mile from the property and link's to London Euston are under one hour, also bus link's are very accessible around the town.
Available immediately is this three bedroom terrace house in Manor Place. Entered to the front via a double glazed door into the entrance hall, with stairs rising to the first floor and access to the cloakroom w/c. From here you also have access to the living room and the modern kitchen diner, which is fitted with a range of units and cooking facilities. The dining area is to the right of the kitchen, with room for a dining table or an ideal area to make a play room / study. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a refitted bathroom.
Finally the property has a surprisingly large garden, ideal for entertaining in the summer months.
Available early March. This immaculately presented modern two bedroom first floor apartment is located in the sought after St Crispins Development. The property has features to include gas radiator heating, double glazing where specified, fitted kitchen with integrated fridge, washing machine and built in oven and hob. The master bedroom has an en suite shower room, there is a balcony, single garage and use of the roof terrace. The accommodation briefly comprises of Entrance hall, Open plan lounge/fitted kitchen with appliances. Two double bedrooms with en suite to master, family bathroom, communal roof terrace, single garage. Viewing is highly recommended.
Available with immediate effect is this one bedroom basement flat in the Mounts. The property offers a bay fronted living room, a double bedroom with fitted wardrobes, a fitted kitchen, a bathroom with shower over bath and a communal decked garden area that backs on to the racecourse park.
Watkin Terrace is situated within walking distance to both Northampton town centre and the new Northampton Railway Station that marks the start of an exciting town centre development decade at almost twice the size of the current railway station, it will welcome visitors, commuters and businesses for generations to come, there are regular services between London Euston and Birmingham New Street and closer still is the main bus terminal in Greyfriars. The surrounding area is predominately Victorian properties and near-by Kettering Road, where you will find a host of shops, restaurants, cafes and public houses. The property literally back's onto the Racecourse Park and is also conveniently located for access to The Mounts Baths and the Grosvenor Shopping Centre. Due to the historical links of the Racecourse to Northampton's history, it remains one of the town's famous landmarks. As referred to in its name, the Racecourse once held regular race meetings. These were however stopped in 1904 due to the high number of fatalities and accidents caused by the close tight racing.