Aspire are delighted to offer this attractive, detached, four bedroom property, built in 2000, which has a light, bright, spacious atmosphere, gas central heating, coving to all rooms, white panelled doors, double glazing and radiators throughout. It is situated on a quiet residential road in a popular area of Oundle, about a mile from the town centre.
Oundle is an historic market town on the eastern side of Northamptonshire, just five miles from the Cambridgeshire border. It has excellent schooling for all ages, including the prestigious Oundle Public School. Among the town's facilities there are a variety of independent shops, three supermarkets, two excellent butchers, two chemists, various public houses, some with accommodation, and a hotel. The town sits on the river Nene and has an attractive water-side leisure facility. It is conveniently situated seven miles from the A14 and ten miles from the A1 motorway. Nearby Peterborough, Kettering and Corby all offer direct train links to London in under an hour.
The new uPVC front door, with opaque glass panels, is approached via a step up from the road with the front garden on the right and the driveway on the left. The substantial porch is a decorative white construction.
One side of the front door is a further opaque window, allowing the light to flow into the good-sized hall. The area is large, wide and open, with a new, light-coloured carpet, which also covers the stairs and upstairs landing. A smoke alarm and telephone point are also situated in the hall.
To the left of the front door is the downstairs cloakroom comprising a white pedestal hand basin and WC plus four shelves. The opaque window in this room is at the side of the property, facing the driveway.
Glazed doors lead into the spacious and attractive lounge with its bay window overlooking the front garden. It has a light coloured carpet and television point.
Glazed doors lead from the lounge into the well-appointed dining room, which has ample space for a large dining table. Patio doors open out onto the patio and beautiful back garden allowing the outside, inside.
From the dining room, you enter the well equipped, good sized, square kitchen, with a window looking out onto the back garden. The kitchen has fully-fitted pine coloured wall and base units offering ample storage and light coloured worktops. Appliances include a built-in double electric oven and gas hob, space for a fridge, plumbing for a dishwasher. There is room for a small breakfast table. The sink, with mixer tap, and draining board is made of a white composite material, and the laminate flooring was provided and laid by the John Lewis Partnership.
The utility room is adjacent to the kitchen and has a new exterior uPVC door accessing the side aspect. The room houses the gas boiler, plumbing for a washing machine and a stainless steel sink with draining board, tiled splash back and small worktop. There are storage shelves, and space for hanging coats. The under-stairs cupboard is also in the utility room, where there is space for a freezer and more shelving.
From the ground floor, the flight of carpeted stairs, with a window overlooking the drive, dogleg stairs lead up onto the sizeable landing, which has a smoke alarm fitted. The loft hatch is situated on the landing. The loft is insulated, boarded, has lighting, and a set of built-in steps with a rail. Also on the landing is the airing cupboard which houses the water tank and shelving.
This spacious double room is fitted with a double built-in wardrobe and window to the front of the property. The en-suite comprises a mains fed shower, pedestal wash basin, and WC.
Another large double bedroom, with a new, light coloured carpet, has a window overlooking the rear garden.
A further good sized bedroom with a window to the rear aspect.
This is a single room and has been used as an office. The window looks out onto the front of the property.
The bathroom, with new anti-slip flooring and fully tiled walls around the bath, comprises a matching white bath, pedestal wash basin, and WC. The opaque window faces the driveway.
The former detached single garage has been converted into a useful extra room and is accessed via the rear garden. It has electric heating, a laminate floor, spotlights with filters, a window looks over the garden and a door accesses the rear gaden.
This well-stocked, delightful, square garden faces west, catching the sun for the majority of the day. It is secure, not overlooked, and mostly laid to lawn. It has the benefit of mature shrubs, fruit bushes, fruit trees, two further trees, flower boarders and a patio. There is an outside tap, a garden gate to the driveway and a substantial shed (6' x 8') at the end of the garden.
The front garden has a fine, mature, colourful hedge of different plants, including a large rose bush and plants with variegated leaves. The property has new guttering and fascia has recently been fitted. It also has gas central heating and double glazed windows.
61 Creed Road is an ideal, spacious home for anyone requiring a peaceful setting, and who enjoys a secure, private and beautiful sunny garden.
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