West Street Oundle

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This charmingly converted nineteenth century chapel provides generous and flexible living accommodation with two bedrooms and a mezzanine level study room.

Providing bright and airy accommodation over three floors, the chapel windows are a stunning feature on the first floor. Light neutral colours are attractive for all styles and tastes and the first and second floor rooms are finished with a light Berber-style carpet. Door furniture with a rustic pewter finish provides a traditional finishing touch.

The property is perfectly located to enjoy all the amenities of the attractive country town of Oundle on the River Nene in Northamptonshire. You are close to the Stahl Theatre, part of the prestigious Oundle School, which presents an outstanding programme of student and professional performances each year. In just five minutes you can walk into the town centre, where you will find a wide range of attractive venues to enjoy a relaxing coffee or delicious meal, along with a wide range of independent shops and all your day-today shopping necessities.

Entrance Hallway

The hallway has handsome dark grey ceramic tiles and is well lit by a very attractive arched skylight above the double entrance doors. A generous under-stairs cupboard provides plenty of shelving, power and plumbing for a washing machine.

Bedroom One

To the left of the hallway you will find a generous-sized double bedroom, brightly illuminated by double aspect windows. There are floor-to-ceiling wardrobes and overhead cupboards along one wall, with plenty of space for additional furniture.

Bedroom Two

On the right of the hallway is a single room with fitted storage cupboards and windows overlooking West Street and Victoria Yard. This could easily be used as a study.


On the right of the entrance hall, the bathroom features a fresh white modern suite with traditional fixtures and an extractor fan. There is a rainfall shower above a P-shaped bath with a shower screen and a heated towel rail. There is a useful bathroom cabinet and adjustable mirror above the wash basin. The hall tiling continues on the bathroom floor and the walls are finished with attractive dove grey metro tiles.

First Floor

Carpeted stairs to the first floor.
A half-panelled door with etched glass leads form the top of the stairs to the first floor. This is a well-proportioned open plan living space with light wooden flooring throughout and is beautifully lit by the impressive chapel windows which overlook West Street.

Open Plan Lounge

A generous skylight with Velux window gives the lounge area a spacious and airy feel. There are multiple power points and television aerial sockets. Built-in glass shelves provide an attractive feature and there is plenty of space for large sofas and other occasional furniture.

Kitchen Diner

The kitchen is well laid out with modern base and wall units of solid limed oak with charcoal grey Silestone worktops. It includes a built-in electric oven, induction hob, grey splashback and overhead extractor hood, and a recessed white ceramic sink with arched chrome kitchen mixer tap. There is space for a family-sized fridge freezer and plumbing for an undercounter dishwasher. The side window overlooks Victoria Yard.
Adjacent to the kitchen and next to the spiral staircase to the second floor is the perfect spot for a dining table and chairs. Wooden flooring flows throughout this open plan space.

Mezzanine Second Floor

Accessed directly from the spiral staircase, the mezzanine level has an overhead wooden beam with spotlights. It is currently used as a home office. The room is flooded with light from a large Velux window which offers views across the Oundle skyline. A particularly attractive feature is an original quatrefoil window above the staircase with a stone lintel and hardwood sill. The room is finished with attractive umber-coloured carpet.


To the front there is an attractive raised terrace that is south facing, with decorative iron railings and gate. The property is entered through impressive double wooden doors from West Street. It is ideally located for anyone who wants to be right at the heart of Oundle life and is close to the towns of Peterborough, Kettering and Corby.

19th Century Chapel Conversion a few minutes walk away from the Market Place. Have you ever wanted to live in a character property with original features and centrally located in historic Oundle?
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Floorplan for West Street Oundle

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