Creed Road, Oundle, Peterborough

Beds 3 Baths2

£280,000

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This three-bedroom link-detached home, built to a high standard in 2000, is in one of the most popular residential areas of Oundle in Northamptonshire. Decorated and carpeted in light, neutral colours, it’s ready to welcome a new family.
Approaching from the quiet street, this appealing property features brick and a part-rendered façade beneath a dark pan tiled roof.

External Approach

A paved pathway to the right leads to a half-glazed front door with attractive etched glass and polished brass beading and fittings, sheltered by a bracketed porch.

Entrance Hall

The hall is finished with antique oak floorboard-effect laminate. To the front of the property is a well-proportioned living room. Stairs lead to the first floor and the hall continues to a useful under-stair cupboard and the rear of the house.

Cloakroom

The cloakroom is a good size with white tiling, a white basin and low-level WC, laminate flooring and extractor fan.

Living Room (4.04 x 4.04)

Spanning the front of the house, the living room has a lovely open feel thanks to the large bay window. Its practical proportions mean it can easily accommodate a large suite of furniture.

Kitchen and Dining Room (5.84 x 2.65)

Occupying the rear of the house the kitchen and dining area provide a really airy, open-plan space for family life, leading through to the conservatory and garden. The whole area is finished with light terracotta floor tiles.

Dove-grey floor and wall units fitted with round antique pewter handles are complemented by light oak, woodblock-effect worksurfaces and white marbled tiles. There’s plenty of workspace around the built-in electric oven and gas hob, which has an integrated extractor fan above. A stainless-steel sink and drainer, with arched mixer tap, are positioned beneath the large window overlooking the secluded back garden. Plumbing is available for an under-counter dishwasher. A useful island and bookcase complete this very workable cooking space. There’s also the perfect spot for a large free-standing fridge-freezer next to the island.

The dining area can comfortably accommodate a family dining table and additional furniture, and a large archway leads to the conservatory.

Utility Room

At the side of the property, behind the kitchen, the utility room has a half-glazed door to the passage along the side of the property. Just right for day-to-day washing and cleaning. It includes a stainless-steel sink and drainer with chrome taps, white marble-effect tiles, under-counter plumbing for a washing machine, light oak finish wall and floor units and a gas boiler.

Conservatory (3.27 x 2.94)

The conservatory makes the enviable indoor-outdoor lifestyle an everyday option. Fitted with electric blinds throughout, you can enjoy as much or as little sunshine as you choose. Double French doors open on to the patio and garden.

Landing

U-shaped stairs rise from the hallway to the first-floor landing.

Master Bedroom (4.06 x 3.34)

The double bedroom master suite occupies the whole front of the house. A double fitted wardrobe provides plenty of storage and there is more than enough space for additional furniture.

En-suite

The en-suite bathroom has an opaque-glazed window to the side of the property, and includes a corner shower with glass panels, a low-level WC and basin with Victorian-style chrome fittings. Light honey marble-effect tiles, light oak coloured laminate flooring and recessed downlighters provide the finishing touches.

Bedroom 2 (3.28 x 3.11)

The second double bedroom with a view over the garden has plenty of space for additional furniture. A useful alcove would be suitable for a free-standing wardrobe, and a hatch provides access to the roof space.

Bedroom 3 (2.67 x 2.63)

Also, at the back of the property, this quiet and private single bedroom is currently used as a nursery.

Bathroom (2.47 x 1.73)

The large family bathroom has an opaque-glazed window to the front of the property. Large bright, white wall tiles and a white suite, comprising a bath with Victorian-style fittings and hand-held shower, wash basin and low-level WC, mean children’s bath times will be bright and lively.

Externally

A lawn and gravelled area are to the front of the property, with a driveway leading to a single garage on the right, and a side gate to the left leading to a passageway and the fenced back garden. The front of the property is laid to lawn and gravel with a climbing rose beside the bay window. A tarmac drive to the right leads to the single attached garage, with an up-and-over door and insulated roof space, which could be boarded for additional storage. A gate provides access to the passage on the left, leading to the back garden.
The south-facing back garden is fenced on three sides and features mature eucalyptus, olive, crab apple and plum trees. It is laid to lawn with flower borders and includes gravelled areas, a paved patio accessed from the conservatory and a further large, circular paved area. A paved pathway leads to a door providing access to the rear of the garage.

Less than a mile away you will find the historic town centre and prestigious Oundle School. Oundle Primary school is nearby on the Cotterstock Road. The town offers regular markets, festivals and a wide variety of independent shops, restaurants and cafés, as well as your daily shopping necessities. The larger towns of Peterborough, Kettering and Corby are all within 15 miles, and there are excellent local road and rail links to London and the north.

This three-bedroom, link-detached family home in Oundle is the perfect place for a young family or as a comfortably spacious step along the property ladder.
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