This charming, four-bedroom, chalet-style house sits in a quiet cul-de-sac in the picturesque village of Woodnewton, about six miles north of the market town of Oundle, in beautiful Northamptonshire. The property has oil-fired central heating throughout, boasts two reception rooms and a beautiful bespoke kitchen with dining area.
From the front door, with decorated glass panels on both sides, the hall, with dark natural wood flooring leads to all the downstairs rooms.
Downstairs W.C. with wash hand basin and WC with partially tiled walls.
Further along, the hall is the carpeted dining room with a large window overlooking the front garden.
On the left of the front door is a spacious lounge spanning the depth of the property, with a picture window at the front, and patio doors to the back garden. The flooring is dark natural wood, and a feature of this room is the fireplace and wood-burner, which sits on a solid plinth with matching mantle.
The generously-sized kitchen with a very large island at the kitchen end of the room, which has electric power available to it. Around the sides of the room are very accommodating fitted units above and below, with black granite style working surfaces. The half-glazed back door leads to the side path around the house. A Belfast double sink with mixer tap over lies beneath the kitchen window, which overlooks the back garden. There is space for a washing machine and there is a free-standing dishwasher. The range consists of a gas hob and oven with hood, and at the other end of the room are three substantial shelves, room for a breakfast table, glass patio doors to the back garden and a cupboard.
Straight, carpeted stairs lead to a landing. There is a good-sized airing cupboard. All the bedrooms have a light-coloured carpet.
This sizeable double room is fitted with a large dormer window overlooking the front garden and there is a large cupboard with hanging rail and storage area.
Very similar to the master bedroom, this equally spacious double room has a dormer window looking out over the front of the property, with wardrobe.
Positioned to the rear of the property, is a very generously sized single bedroom with a window over the back garden and benefiting from a built-in wardrobe.
This single room has a window which looks out to the side of the property.
At the top of the stairs is a smart, modern, fully tiled bathroom with honey-coloured floor tiles, a long glazed window to the back of the property, there is a chrome vertical radiator/towel rail, bath with shower over and shower screen, a large wash hand basin, and WC plus a large mirror covering one wall.
On entering the front garden through a wrought-iron gate with rose-covered arbour, the path leads to the front door. On both sides of the path are mature, well-designed gardens with fir trees, neat, low-level box hedging and light-coloured gravel. The path divides both ways at the front door: to the right to the detached, single garage and the back wrought-iron gate, and left to the neighbours. There is room for two cars parked in tandem on the driveway in front of the garage. Over the front door is a porch, bell and outside light, and to one side is a letterbox. On the roof is an ornate weathervane. The front garden boundary consists of hedging and a large honeysuckle bush.
The secure back garden is very established with two steps from the patio into a sunken lawn. It is enclosed by fencing and hedging and has mature trees and bushes within it. A path leads around the side of the house to the shed, single garage with side door, and two LPG gas for the gas hob, and oil tank supplying the house.
The picturesque property is not overlooked on either side and would be an ideal home for those who seek space, comfort, and peace in their busy lives.
Woodnewton is a thriving character village in Northamptonshire, which consists of a pair of parallel streets with a church, public house, village hall, and a pottery shop. It lies in the East Northamptonshire district. There is a wood-carved statue of 'Coco the clown' in the Woodnewton village park, as he is buried in the graveyard of St Mary's parish church, which is situated to the eastern end of the village.
There are excellent local road and rail links, and the towns of Peterborough, Corby and Kettering are all within 15 miles.
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