23 New Road, Oundle, Peterborough

Beds 2

£255,000

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A stylishly presented two double-bedroomed Edwardian end of terraced house having been newly renovated to a superior standard and offered for sale with no chain. In ‘move-in’ condition, this home has been lovingly converted from a commercial premises, with the perfect balance of modern fixtures and fittings with a traditional theme. Included in the abundance of attributes are new uPVC double glazed windows throughout, with the windows at the front being sash, off-road parking to the rear for up to two cars, brushed chrome light switches, and sockets, new modern fitted kitchen, luxurious newly fitted first floor bathroom with feature clawfoot bath, solid wood internal doors and new high skirting to all rooms. Added extras are the large fully insulated loft room with two Velux windows (currently non-compliant with building regulations as habitable space but with full planning permission). A new roof to the whole of the rear of the property, being fully insulated, insulation to all external walls, new Vaillant combination boiler and new cast-iron style radiators.

Entrance hall

Entered through a new part glazed uPVC front door, this bright hallway has a gorgeous, patterned, tiled floor in a neutral colour. The hall has a large understairs cupboard with power and there is an open hatch to the lounge, creating a useful shelf that has downlighters.

Lounge Area (3.00m x 2.80m)

A brilliantly light open-plan room with a feature square bay sash window to the front elevation. This lovely room has sunken LED ceiling lights.

Dining Area (4.20m x 3.80m)

The dining area has an original black painted cast iron feature fireplace with an aged lintel, which is now being used as the mantlepiece. New French doors lead onto the patio area in the rear garden. An open doorway leads through to the kitchen, and the stairs rise from the dining area to the first floor.

Kitchen (3.48m x 2.44m)

Stepping down from the dining area is a stunning newly-fitted ‘Howden’ kitchen in neutral tones with co-ordinating tiled wood-effect flooring. The units include a range of eye and base level cupboards, with an incorporated wine rack, all of which are complemented by solid block wood worktops with up-stands. The single drainer, stainless steel sink unit, with mixer tap, is found under the window, that overlooks the patio area. Included in this well-appointed kitchen are a built-in oven with a glass splashback, an induction hob and an extractor hood. In addition, there is a built-in dishwasher, space for a fridge/freezer and washing machine, including plumbing. There is a tall vertical radiator, sunken LED ceiling spotlights and wiring for under-cupboard downlighters.

Stairs and Landing

A new, wider than average staircase for this age property, which is extremely bright, due to the double ceiling height with a Velux window and a further window to the side. There is an open banister on the landing, allowing even more light to flood in.

Bedroom One (4.20m x 3.30m)

The main bedroom is situated at the front of the house with a sash window.

Bedroom Two (3.30m x 2.40m)

Another double bedroom with a window overlooking the rear garden.

Bathroom (3.50m x 2.30m)

A step down from the landing is the luxuriously fitted bathroom, with double shower cubicle, which is tastefully tiled with a drencher shower overhead and separate hand-held mixer shower. In addition, there is a fabulous claw foot bath that has a freestanding mixer tap with shower attachment, twin wash hand basins with a drawer unit under, and a low-level eco-flush W.C. with soft-close lid. The light-coloured ceramic flooring enhances the bright and modern feel of this room, along with the frosted window to the rear aspect. The built-in cupboard has a useful radiator to assist with airing laundry. There is a large vertical heated towel rail, ceiling spotlights and a humidity sensor extractor.

Loft Room (3.95m x 3.59m)

The loft room is fully boarded and has had two Velux windows installed. The walls have been insulated and access is by a substantial fixed, pull-down ladder. This space has ample scope to become a perfect hobby room or similar, subject to further works to conform to building regulations.

Outside Front Garden

A painted small picket fence encloses the front garden and gives the home a lovely quaint feel as you approach.

Rear Garden

A good-sized, south-facing, rear garden being fully enclosed by new panel fencing. The garden has been newly seeded to become laid to lawn with an Indian sandstone pathway along the length and patio to match, adjacent to the rear of the house. The retention of the brick-built storage barn gives useful storage and has been upgraded with power and a lockable door. There is an outside tap and lighting. The right of access for neighbouring properties has been thoughtfully re-routed to ensure the garden retains its privacy.
Off road parking for up to two cars is accessed from a gate at the end of the garden which has newly laid shingles and a dropped kerb.

The property currently has painted floorboards to some of the rooms and it is the vendors intention to include flooring to the lounge and dining areas, stairs, landing and two bedrooms, of the purchasers choice included in the sale price, within reason, and subject to the agreed purchase price.
Properties of this calibre rarely become available and Aspire are thrilled to be able to offer this must-see home, offered with no chain.
New Road is a short walk from Oundle town centre with its bustling high street and independent shops, pubs and restaurants. The town is located in the picturesque rural county of Northamptonshire with lovely surrounding countryside, making it an exciting and attractive place to live. It is well known for its Public School and beautiful Barnwell Country Park, which is situated on the edge of the town. Peterborough, Kettering, Corby and Stamford are within a 15-mile radius, providing good road and rail links.

All mains services connected
Chain Free Sale
Freehold Property
Council Tax Band TBC

N.B. The loft room is fully boarded and has had two Velux windows installed. This space has full planning permission and has further scope to become a perfect hobby room or similar, subject to further works to conform to building regulations.

The remainder of the property does have full building regulations in place.

The Old Lantern: This Edwardian end terrace has now been superbly restored to once again become a home in central Oundle. The property offers off-road parking and a contemporary brand new interior. Must be seen to appreciate the full extent of the renovation works!
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