GENTEEL, FREEHOLD COTTAGE, AT BURTON LATIMER, IN THE COUNTY OF NORTHAMPTON
To be SOLD by AUCTION, By Messrs. Levet & Carrington,
At the White Hart Inn, in Kettering, in the said County, on Tuesday the 13th Day of March, 1827, at Six o’clock in the Evening, subject to such Conditions of Sale as will be then and there produced, unless disposed of by private Contract on or before Thursday the 8th of March, of which due Notice will be given.
A Very genteel DOUBLE COTTAGE, pleasantly situate in the neat Village of BURTON LATIMER aforesaid, and adjoining the London Road, with the Yard, Large Garden, Stable, Brewhouse, and other Out-buildings thereto belonging, now in the Occupation of C. T. Dobson, Esq.
The Cottage has been lately principally new built, and a very considerable Sum of Money laid out in other general, useful, and ornamental Improvements; comprising a drawing Room, 16 ft. by 15; dining Room, 21 ft. by 15 (both fitted up in a superior Manner with marble chimney Pieces, etc); a breakfast Parlour, good Kitchen, etc; five excellent sleeping Rooms, and one smaller Ditto.
The Garden, which is tastefully laid out, and well planted with the choicest fruit Trees, contains nearly an Acre.
The Out-buildings consist of a good Brewhouse, and comfortable two-stall Stable, with smaller Appendages.
The Cottage is also ornamented with flowery and other Shrubs, Evergreens, etc; and fenced in Front with iron Palisades. The Glasgow and Leeds Mail, as well as the Melton, Uppingham, and Kettering Coach, pass the Door to and from London daily. The Estate has also the Advantage of being well watered, and is situate in the Neighbourhood of several Packs of fox Hounds, forming together a very desirable Residence for a retired genteel Family.
For further Particulars, or to treat for the same by private Contract on or before the 8th of March instant, apply to Mr GOODALL, of Kettering; Mr. HAYNES, of BURTON SILK MILLS; or Mr Murphy, Solicitor, Wellingborough.