Floorplans and Details
The Manor House is situated within the attractive village of Harringworth in the Welland Valley. The village contains mainly stone built houses and cottages and the Manor House itself is within the conservation area. It is an attractive 17th Century, grade II listed country house constructed of local limestone with stone mullion windows and a Collyweston slate roof. The house stands in a private position in the centre of the village to the south of the parish church. It is set well back from the public road and is surrounded by enclosed gardens and drives.
Harringworth lies within the Welland Valley and is the characterised by the stunning Welland Viaduct. It is within easy reach of Stamford (ten miles), Uppingham (four miles) and Corby (six miles). Peterborough, Kettering and Corby train stations are all less than a 30 minute journey and all have a good service direct to London Kings Cross / St Pancras. The house is easily accessible via the A1 and A14 and is only 40 minutes to the M1. Driving to London is approximately two hours (on a good day).
The accommodation briefly comprises:
Front Entrance Hall, Drawing Room - with open fireplace, Dining Room- with open fireplace, Kitchen - large with oil fired Aga.
Study - with shelving. Work Room.
Back Hall - with access to gardens and cellar.
Cloakroom - with wash hand basin and WC.
Cellar - divided into three areas; wine cellar, boiler room housing the oil fired central heating boiler, and the game larder.
Principal staircase leads from hall to half landing and door to second floor staircase the main landing leading to:
- Principal Bedroom 1 (with en-suite bathroom).
- Double Bedroom 2 (with ensuite bathroom).
- Double Bedroom 3, Single Bedroom 4,
- Bathroom 3, Shower room.
2 Double Bedrooms. Single Bedroom, 2 further store rooms.
Extensive range of open cart sheds, 3 single garages. Garage and stable with store room above.
The formal landscaped gardens are separated into three main areas:
- Front Garden - with rose and flower beds and gravel sweep drive to front door.
- Walled Garden - mainly lawn with flower beds on south facing wall.
- Rear Garden - with south facing sun terrace, gravelled drive and lawns with ornamental trees and shrubs.
The gardens are all maintained in excellent condition and offer the occupants great privacy.
£3,200 per calendar month payable in advance by standing order.
A deposit of £3,600 will be payable on agreement of terms. The deposit will be held by the Deposit Protection Service for the duration of the tenancy.
The property is let unfurnished on an Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement.
The property will be available for between one and five years.
The tenant will be responsible for all outgoings in connection with the property.
The Estate will organise the following and the tenant will reimburse annually for:
- Chimney Sweep
- Septic tank
- Aga service
- Boiler service
The house is classified for Council Tax under Band H: £3461.20 (February 2020) (East Northamptonshire District Council)
The property is available from the middle of April 2020.
Misrepresentation Act 1967
These particulars do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. All measurements are given as a guide and no liability can be accepted for any errors arising therefrom. No responsibility is taken for any error, omission or misstatement in these particulars. No person in the employment of the Bulwick Estate has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.