Oundle is a beautiful, Georgian town with a traditional market place with a range of shops. These include hairdressers, gift shops, boutiques and clothing shops, which are either family-run businesses or small independent firms. There are plenty of places to eat, drink and socialise around the town, and it also offers a variety of sports and leisure facilities, including cinema and theatre. Oundle has a vibrant local community and there is always plenty to do.
More extensive services, including mainline rail travel, are available in Peterborough, Corby and Kettering, all of which are between 11 to 15 miles away.
Entering the building from the shared pretty communal courtyard grounds, the stairs to this apartment lead to the first floor. The shared hallway in this building leads to the flat's front door.
Once through the front door the central hallway has a modern electric storage heater. All the other rooms in the flat lead off this hallway.
The modern, galley-style fitted kitchen has cream wall and base units providing ample storage. It has wood-effect worktops providing useful working space. The room is light and bright with dual aspect windows, which are secondary glazed. One window overlooks the fields and the other the courtyard. There is a washing machine, integrated electric oven and hob and tall fridge/freezer.
The living room has two windows to the rear elevation, towards New Road. The room benefits from a wall-mounted electric fire and a neutral coloured carpet. The windows have been secondary glazed and there is also a large storage cupboard in the room.
This is a double bedroom overlooking the courtyard with secondary glazed windows. There is a built-in wardrobe for storage.
The second bedroom is a single room, and the wooden-framed window overlooks New Road. The room has been carpeted and has an EC7 heater.
This is a modern and well-maintained, partially tiled shower room, with a double step-in shower cubicle with glass screen. There is also a white hand basin and low level WC.
Derwent House forms part of the development of 49 apartments which were refurbished around 1990. They are known as the Riverside Maltings, and were specifically designed as homes for those aged over 55 years. The Maltings are managed with an on-site management office. There is also a community room for social activities.
The property is a well presented, two bedroom, top floor apartment which is positioned on the corner of this Grade II listed building.
Service charge applies. This is a leasehold property, please ask for further details.
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