Estate Agent Tepilo highlights their star property of the month.
Here at Tepilo, we see hundreds of new properties every week, and we’ve decided to celebrate those homes that really stand out from the crowd and leave us asking when can we move in?!
This utterly stunning three storey apartment occupies the East Wing of a beautiful Jacobean Hall is not only beautiful but is also steeped in history. Originally built in 1617, the building once belonged to Thomas Thornton a loyal Oliver Cromwell supporter who was later pardoned by King Charles II. The property stayed within the Thornton family, five of whom help the position of High Sheriff of Northamptonshire.
But that’s not all, during World War II, the Hall and its grounds were used by the American government as a base for an early predecessor if the CIA - if only the walls could talk!
The Thornton family resided in Brockhall from 1652 until 1969, and the property is now divided up into a number of luxury residential flats.
If you’re on the lookout for a home with a unique wow factor then this is the one for you!
Quietly nestled amidst rolling Northamptonshire countryside, The Hall at Brockhall can’t help but take your breath away when it finally reveals itself as you make your way through the enchanting 400-year-old arboretum.
Entered via a charming private courtyard, you can’t help but be amazed by this beautiful home.
With 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, all finished to a high standard you’ll have more than enough room for you and your family. Living in this property would be a dream come true for nature lovers with endless miles of footpaths and canal towpaths await you on the doorstep and the property itself is set in 14 acres of private manicured grounds – truly beautiful!
Not only does Brockhall come with its own history the vendor’s story is one entwined with Tepilo’s, after meeting her husband on Sarah’s Beeny’s dating website My Single Friend, the pair were inspired to sell their gorgeous home after watching Sarah’s show How to Live Mortgage Free.
If you are looking for a property with a real 'wow factor' and a genuine slice of English history, which provides a rural retreat but with the convenience of local amenities then look no further – after all who wouldn’t want to live here!