A four double-bedroomed detached dormer bungalow on a very good size plot in the desirable village of Warmington. Constructed in approximately the 1960’s, the property has an expansive frontage with a block-paved horseshoe driveway and a larger than average garage. Being set back from this quiet road, the position of this house is one of its many attractive features.
The rear garden is exceptionally large with some mature planting, and yet still has plenty of scope to landscape to your own taste. Although in need of some updating, this house has been well loved and beautifully maintained and would make a lovely family home with lots of opportunity to reconfigure the current layout. With the added benefit of uPVC double glazing throughout, oil-fired central heating and a large conservatory, Aspire are delighted to be given the opportunity to offer this house for sale.
A spacious and light hallway entered via a white uPVC door with frosted glass panels to either side enabling extra light. There is a radiator and coving to the ceiling, and stairs rise to the first floor with a small under stairs cupboard.
Dual aspect double glazed windows overlook both the front and rear gardens, making this a bright family room. There are two radiators, coving to the ceiling, a TV aerial point and an open fireplace with surround in the lounge area. A hatch allows access from the kitchen to the dining area.
The kitchen is entered via a glass-frosted panel door from the entrance hall. Benefitting from a light-coloured tiled floor and neutral scheme throughout, the kitchen offers a generous range of eye and base level Oak units with laminate work top over and tiled splashbacks. The single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over, is positioned overlooking the back garden through the conservatory. There is a built-in ‘Neff’ double oven and grill, and ‘Pro-line’ induction hob with extractor over and plumbing for a dishwasher. A freestanding ‘Warmflow’ central heating boiler is housed under the worktop and there is space for an undercounter fridge. A wooden hatch allows access through to the dining area. There is a window to the rear into the conservatory, as well as a half frosted glazed door and an additional small window.
Accessed via the kitchen, the conservatory, which has a lovely view of the rear garden, has a wood panelled ceiling. French doors lead out into the rear garden and patio area as does a further single door from the conservatory. There is plumbing for a washing machine and a vent for a tumble dryer. Doors lead to both the outside W.C. and to a small access area into the garage.
In this double bedroom there is a window at the rear overlooking the conservatory. Two built-in cupboards, one housing the hot water tank and the other a wardrobe, is a useful addition. There is a t.v. aerial point, radiator and coving to the ceiling.
Another light double room with a window to the front. There is coving to the ceiling and a radiator.
This bright and airy room is further enhanced by the light coloured floor to ceiling wall tiles and floor tiles as well as a large frosted window to the front. The neutral coloured suite consists of bath, with mixer shower tap over, a separate shower cubicle with electric Mira shower, large wash hand basin and a low-level WC. There is a large towel rail and separate radiator.
The stairs rising to the first floor have a small dog leg turn at the bottom. The Dormer window to the front allows light to stream onto the landing. Here you will find a large storage cupboard and an access hatch to the loft. The first floor has been built into the eaves which has given all rooms some character without compromising on space.
This spacious double bedroom has a window to the side elevation and a radiator.
A further good-sized double bedroom benefitting from built-in wardrobes and a vanity unit. There is a low door giving access to the eaves as well as a small hatch to the roof space. There are two radiators and a TV aerial point.
A further room on the first floor consists of a low-level WC, and a wash hand basin fitted within a vanity unit, with storage cupboards below.
One of the main features of this family home is the block-paved horseshoe driveway allowing vehicles to drive in and out without turning. The impressive frontage is well secluded with cleverly positioned hedging at the front and to one side. There is a grassed area with some established trees and shrubs, giving further privacy from passers-by. The larger than average single garage, with power and light, is attached to the house, and access is gained through an up-and-over door. There is a separate workshop area. Sturdy fencing to one side of the property runs the length of the front and rear garden, and a gate separates the two.
The paved side entrance leads to a tidy and well-managed garden being mainly laid to lawn, all on one level, with a feature mature tree and shrubbed areas. The patio area runs along the length of the conservatory. There are a couple of brick outbuildings attached to the rear of the garage which also hide the oil tank. This garden has obviously been loved by previous owners and has the potential to be further landscaped to your own taste.
Warmington is a vibrant Northamptonshire village in close proximity to the border with Cambridgeshire. Surrounded by countryside, it has a Post Office and general stores, butchers, a public house, primary school and village hall. Further amenities can be found in the nearby town of Oundle, just 3 miles away. Here you will find an excellent range of independent shops, cafes, restaurants, public houses and schools. Alongside these, Oundle is home to the Stahl Theatre and historic Talbot Hotel. There are excellent road and rail network links to Peterborough, Corby and Stamford.
Mains services connected, OFCH
A chain free sale.
Council Tax Band E
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