This modern three-bedroomed end of terrace house is set in a quiet residential area of Oundle yet less than a mile from the bustling Market Place with its wealth of shops, restaurants, and businesses. A conservatory has been added to the rear of the house and there is a useful brick-built outbuilding with light and power.
The front garden is open plan and laid to lawn with shrubs and flower beds, and a conifer hedge to the side. A path leads to the front door, with canopy over, and continues around the side of the house through a wooden gate into the back garden.
The hallway has doors off to the living room, kitchen and cloakroom as well as a large cupboard and a useful area under the stairs. The staircase rises to the first floor.
The cloakroom, with white panelled door and window to the rear, has a white gloss vanity unit containing modern wash-hand basin with chrome fittings, low-level WC and radiator.
An obscure-glazed, door opens into the living room which features a brick-built fireplace housing an electric flame effect fire. Wall lights match the centre light and there is a window to the front aspect.
There is an obscure-glazed door to the kitchen which has a good range of modern dark oak units, including a wall-hung glass-fronted display cabinet, a larder cupboard and plenty of space for table and chairs. There is a four-ring gas hob with electric fan oven below and extractor above. There is space for an under-counter fridge and a dishwasher. The kitchen window looks into the conservatory and onto the rear of the house. A door leads into the conservatory.
The wooden conservatory joins the house to the brick-built outbuilding and has a ceramic tiled floor, wall lights, a window to the rear garden. There is plumbing for a washing machine and space for a fridge freezer but also enough room for comfortable seating or a table and chairs. Sliding patio doors to the side lead into the back garden.
From the hallway, the stairs rise to the first-floor landing where there is loft access, an airing cupboard housing the gas boiler, and doors off to the bathroom and the three bedrooms.
This double room has a full-length window (lower half obscure glazed) to the rear and a large fitted wardrobe with mirror to the centre.
This is another double room with a full-length window (lower half obscure glazed) to the front aspect.
A single room with window to the front.
The bathroom comprises, a bath with electric shower over, a gloss white vanity unit with a wash-hand basin, a low-level WC, fully-tiled neutral walls and ceramic tiled floor, downlighters and a tall heated towel rail. There is a window to the rear.
From the patio outside the conservatory, steps lead up to an area of hard standing where there is a rotary washing line but this space could also be used for additional outside seating. There is a garden bed where vegetables or flowers could be grown and a shed. The garden is bounded on one side by fencing and on the other by a conifer hedge. The brick-built outbuilding has two doors, one to a section with shelves and the other to a larger area with light and power and a window. This is very useful for storage and could also be used as a workshop or for housing additional appliances such as a freezer.
The market town of Oundle is a vibrant, lively town surrounded by pretty villages in the Northamptonshire countryside. It is close to the beautiful Barnwell Country Park, yet Peterborough, Kettering, Corby and Stamford are within a 15-mile radius, providing good links to the rail and road networks.
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