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Kettering Evening Telegraph, April 5th 1989

Victorian residence has great potential

The interior of 192 High Street

You would have to under­take an internal inspection to gain full appreciation of the overall size and condi­tion of the exceptional Victorian bay windowed detached residence, featured above and right.

The spacious family sized home, 192 High Street, Burton Latimer, is in superb order throughout having been modernised to a very high standard yet still retains much of its original character.

There is still plenty of potential to improve the property further thanks to a large two-storey building adjoining the ground floor accommodation which could easily become a self-contained granny annexe, playroom or further bed­rooms.

Briefly, the accommodation comprises: entrance porch, spacious reception hall, sitting room 14ft 6ins x 13ft l0ins, dining room 15ft 4ins x lift 6ins, kitchen/breakfast room 16ft 2ins x 13ft 6ins, sun lounge/family room 18ft 6ins x lift Sins, first floor games room/fourth bedroom 21ft l0ins x lift Sins, landing, family bathroom/we and three bedrooms 15ft x 10ft 6ins, 13ft 2ins x lift 6ins and 9ft Gins square.

The lovely large private gardens are completely enclosed by a high brick wall. There is a deep work­shop and a paved patio.

The asking price is £130,000, with Jonathon Brown, of Kettering, telephone 511522, the selling agents.

The rear view of 192 High Street

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