KEY FACTS FOR BUYERS
Ford Street, Kettering, NN16
An Analysis of This Property & The Local Area
Key Features
Property Type
Terraced
Bedrooms
-
Bathrooms
-
Outside Space
No Outside Space
Parking
No Parking
Key Details
Floor Area
914.93 ft2
85.00 m2
Plot Size
Council Tax
Band A
£1,264.32 pa
Flood Risk
Very Low
Conservation Area
No
Land Registry
Tenure
Freehold
Title Number
NN88116
Mobile, Broadband & TV
Estimated Broadband Speeds
Standard - 15 mbps
Superfast - 75 mbps
Ultrafast - 1000 mbps
Mobile Signal (based on calls indoors)
EE
O2
3 (Three)
Vodafone
Cable/Satellite TV Availability
BT:
Sky:
Virgin:
Street View
Satellite Image
The EPC report provides performance data to help you understand the property’s energy efficiency, and can also provide useful additional data regarding power outlets, glazing, hotwater and heating throughout the property.
EPC

Energy rating

E

Ford Street, NN16

Valid until 15.10.2023

Your energy rating is E(49) and your potential is B(84) A B C D E F G 92+ 81-91 69-80 55-68 39-54 21-38 1-20 Score Energy rating Current Potential 49 | E 84 | B
Additional EPC Data
Property Type: House Lighting: Low energy lighting in 13% of fixed outlets
Built Form: Mid-Terrace Main Heating: Boiler and radiators, mains gas
Transaction Type: Non marketed sale Main Heating Controls: Programmer and room thermostat
Total Floor Area: 85.4 m2 Open Fireplaces: 1
Energy Tariff: Dual Hotwater System: From main system
Main Fuel: Mains gas - this is for backwards compatibility only and should not be used Hotwater Energy Efficiency: Average
Mains Gas: Yes Floors: Solid, no insulation (assumed)
Floor Level: - Walls: Solid brick, as built, no insulation (assumed)
Flat Top Storey: No Walls Energy: Very Poor
Top Storey: 0 Roof: Pitched, 100mm loft insulation
Glazing Type: Double glazing installed during or after 2002 Roof Energy: Average
Previous Extensions: 0 Ventilation: Natural
Most Recent Local Applications

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53-55 , Ford Street, NN16 0SG
46 , Ford Street, NN16 0SG
Average price changes for NN16
Detached
+ 97.17%
Semi-Detached
+ 94.16%
Terraced
+ 86.67%
Flat
+ 65.3%
Education Level
Nursery
Primary
Secondary / College
Primary / Secondary
Pin Colour Key (Based on inspection body ratings)
Highest
Lowest
Not Rated
Independent
Bus Stops/Stations
Pin Name Distance
Ford Street 0.11 miles
Mill Rd 0.09 miles
Russell Street 0.17 miles
William Knibb Centre 0.15 miles
Linden Ave 0.17 miles
National Rail Stations
Pin Name Distance
Kettering Rail Station 0.74 miles
Corby Rail Station 6.23 miles
Wellingborough Rail Station 6.93 miles
Trunk Roads/Motorways
Pin Name Distance
M1 J15 16.65 miles
M1 J15A 16.31 miles
M1 J16 17.24 miles
A1(M) J17 19.21 miles
M1 J17 18.61 miles
Airports/Helipads
Pin Name Distance
London Luton Airport 38.85 miles
East Midlands Airport 39.1 miles
Coventry Airport 32.02 miles
Cambridge Airport 39.98 miles
About Simpson & Partners
Whether you’re searching for your first home, or moving to your next, we will make your journey a memorable one.

With a reputation built on expert local knowledge, excellent customer care and a passion for innovation. Our marketing blends traditional techniques with cutting-edge technology, implemented by our passionate sales team.

We will promote your home to the widest possible audience on Rightmove, social media and our own bespoke website. In addition we can boost your chances of attracting buyers with optional enhancements (like 360 degree tours, standout premium adverts and our own property showcase).
Our team
Our Kettering office is open six days a week and until 6pm on weekdays. With a team of dedicated professionals on hand, we continually improve our services to remain the very best agent in the market. As the number one estate and lettings agent for selling and letting properties in Kettering, you can trust us with your property and have confidence knowing we’ll always go the extra mile.

With good schooling, shopping, leisure and recreational facilities in place and the area benefiting from inward investment from the government and private commercial interests, Kettering is set to see substantial new residential developments. Being located on the Midland mainline railway, Kettering has a growing commuter population who enjoy fast, direct links into London. The journey into St. Pancras International takes around one hour and joins with the London Underground network and Eurostar services travelling into continental Europe.
Testimonial 1
I am very pleased I chose to sell (and buy) my house through Simpson and partners. Everyone I dealt with was friendly, professional and maintained good communication from start to finish. I know Im paying for a service but it actually felt like the team at Simpsons cared about my journey. Thank you for your hard work Karl, Penny and Claire.
Testimonial 2
Helpful and efficient Simpsons team. A well constructed website that facilitates easy but comprehensively detailed searches. In a crowded market, Simpson and partners stand out in the Northants region.
Testimonial 3
Thank you to the Kettering office for their excellent professional service they provided. From taking the house onto the market and selling it with ease I would definitely recommend Simpsons. What a delightful team they have.
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