Aspire are delighted to offer to the market this well presented, three bedroom, semi-detached family home. The property has gas fired central heating with a newly installed boiler. There is recently granted planning permission for a two storey extension to the rear and for a porchway and cloakroom to the front of the property.
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 hall has a tiled floor, a window to the side aspect, the staircase rising to the first floor, radiator, coat hooks, under stairs storage space with electric socket, currently used for the tumble dryer.
Off the hallway is a good size lounge with fireplace, housing a wood burner. There is a brick hearth and wooden mantel and is a great feature of the room. A large picture window overlooks the front of the property.
The wall which once divided this room has been removed resulting in a very spacious and bright kitchen/diner, with light from two large windows overlooking the rear garden with views beyond. There is a part glazed back door, fitted cream coloured wall and base units, space for a fridge/freezer, plumbing for a washing machine or dishwasher, and an under-stairs storage cupboard. The boiler is positioned on one of the walls, and the kitchen has a one and a half stainless steel sink unit, electric oven and hob with stainless steel extractor hood above. Ceramic floor tiles in the kitchen complement the colour scheme and oak effect flooring in the dining area. The dining area is spacious with plenty of space for a large table and chairs.
The straight staircase leads to a short carpeted landing which has the loft access, window to the side aspect of the property.
A good sized double room with a large window over-looking the back garden and views beyond.
Another double bedroom with a window to the front of the property. This room has a large cupboard with fitted shelving.
This single room has a window over-looking the front with a radiator below. The airing cupboard is also housed here.
The newly updated bathroom consists of an attractive, fitted vanity unit with wall hung wash hand basin, WC. The bath with a shower over has a fitted glass screen. A window is positioned on the side of the property, and tiled flooring complete the modern bathroom.
The front of the property is almost entirely made up of gravel, allowing parking for at least two cars. A concrete path runs from the public pavement to the partially glazed front door and also around the side of the property to the back gate. There is a covered pathway leading to the rear garden.
The fully enclosed back garden is a delightful mixture of leisure and play. Stepping down four steps from the covered passageway, passing a brick-built outhouse, the garden is mainly laid to lawn. To one side is a coloured slate patio, and at the end of the garden is paved seating area, making the most of the evening sun. Also at this end of the garden are raised beds with trees, shrubs and flowers, together with a built-in wooden seat. In front of the shed is a pergola with roses growing up it. The garden is fully enclosed with fencing both sides.
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