This three-bedroom Victorian end-of-terrace house is just 10 minutes’ walk from the centre of the historic market town of Oundle on the river Nene in Northamptonshire. The property would make an ideal renovation project.
The downstairs accommodation comprises hallway, lounge diner, kitchen and shower room. Upstairs offers three double bedrooms. Outside there is a small walled front garden with paving and borders. The rear garden is paved and south-facing with raised borders. There is a large shed. The property does have double glazing but no central heating.
The centre of the popular market town of Oundle is a short walk away offering regular markets, festivals and a range of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. The lakes, riverbank and meadows of Barnwell Country Park are just over two miles away. Corby, Stamford, Kettering and Peterborough are all within 15 miles, providing access to the rail network and with good links to major roads.
A paved pathway leads from the gate through the small walled garden to a porch with a quarry-tiled step and double-glazed front door with etched skylight.
The front door opens into the hallway with a door accessing the main reception room. Stairs rising to the first floor are opposite the front door.
There is a large double-glazed bay window to the front of the property and a further window through to the kitchen. A tiled fireplace has a coal-effect gas fire with stone hearth and wooden surround. A glazed door leads to the kitchen. The original floorboards and Victorian picture rails run through the reception space. The original wall separating the dining room from the lounge has been removed to provide a large open plan room.
Stepping down into the kitchen with ceramic flooring. There is a range of base and wall units with roll-top work surfaces, under-counter plumbing for a washing machine and additional space for further appliances. A partially glazed door opens onto the rear garden. A further door leads to a large under-stair cupboard and also to the shower room.
The fully tiled shower room with an obscure glazed window to the rear features a corner shower unit with sliding curved glass panels and electric shower and a white wash-hand basin. A door leads to a separate toilet room with white low-level WC and an obscure glazed window to the rear.
Stairs with a window to the side of the property lead to the first-floor landing with an access hatch to the roof space.
This generous double bedroom is the full width of the property and a large window makes the room very light. A useful cupboard is built into the alcove next to the chimney breast and one wall features a full range of built-in wardrobes and a further cupboard.
Another good-sized double room overlooks the rear of the property.
Step down from the landing into this further double bedroom, with fitted cupboards, and a window overlooking the rear garden.
The rear garden has screen walling along the adjacent Gordon Road and fencing with a large shed which has potential to be replaced with a garage, subject to planning consent, or to provide an off-road parking space. The garden is paved and has a variety of raised beds and borders. The garden is a good size and south-facing.
This rarely available property requiring full modernisation is located in an ideal position, close to the centre of the historic market town of Oundle in Northamptonshire.
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