50 North Street, Oundle, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire


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A characterful three double-bedroomed, Grade II listed, town house benefitting from gas central heating, two reception rooms, two bathrooms and a shared courtyard.
Although in need of some updating, this period property still retains some original features, including decorative fireplaces, a traditional style bathroom suite, stripped pine doors throughout and quarry tiled flooring, which extends from the dining room, through to the kitchen, into the lobby and downstairs shower room.
Offered for sale with no upward chain, this home has light and spacious accommodation with some versatility, and being set on different levels, adds an element of uniqueness. There is on-street parking within one minutes walk.

Entrance Hall

Entering from the courtyard, the hallway has brick flooring and stripped pine door to the under-stair storage cupboard. Dog-leg stairs rise to the first floor from the hall.

Living Room (3.79 x 3.13)

Accessed up one step from the hall, the lounge has a bay window to the front elevation, making this room feel spacious and light. There is a feature cast iron fireplace with stripped pine cupboards and shelves in the adjoining alcoves, an exposed lintel to the ceiling and original floorboards.

Dining Room (3.79 x 3.1)

Passing from the hallway, down two steps, is the dining room with Victorian tiled flooring. Having a brick fireplace, with mantle over and quarry tiled surround, this versatile room has ample space for a dining table as well as a settee. There is a pine cupboard built into one alcove, exposed ceiling beams and a window at the rear.

Kitchen (2.55 x 3.68)

Further steps down from the dining room is the light and spacious kitchen. There is a good range of neutral-coloured base and eye-level units, with co-ordinating laminate worktops with tiled splashbacks. A 1.5 bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap over, is situated under the window to the side of the property, overlooking the courtyard. Plumbing and space for a washing machine is available, as well as space for a cooker and fridge. Access to the rear lobby, shower room and door to the courtyard is through a partially glazed door from the kitchen.

Rear Lobby

This area, which houses the central heating boiler, has an external, partially glazed door into the courtyard.

Shower Room (2.55 x 1.52)

A door from the rear lobby opens into the shower room, which has a light-coloured low-level WC, wash hand basin and shower cubicle. There is a frosted window to the side elevation.

Stairs and Landing (2.94 x 1.41)

The dog-leg stairs rise to the spacious landing on the first floor, which has a built-in wardrobe and original flooring. There is room here for a seating area or dressing space. Having a window overlooking the rooftops to the rear, this landing has a light and airy feel. The bedrooms are set on two levels.

Bedroom 1 (3.2 x 3.74)

A double room with exposed stone and brick walls as well as a beamed ceiling. This room has a cast iron fireplace with wood surround, painted wood flooring and a window to the rear aspect.

Bedroom 2 (2.89 x 4.16)

Another double bedroom which is light and spacious, with a window to the front elevation. A feature of this room is a cast iron fireplace with pine surround and mantle over.

Bedroom 3 (2.39 x 3.43)

This double bedroom is currently being used as a study and has painted floorboards and a window to the front of the property.

Bathroom (2.09 x 3.43)

The large bathroom, with stripped pine flooring, is fitted with a traditional style, white suite comprising a low-level WC, large wash hand basin, and bath with shower over and glass screen. The walls are tiled to half height, and the room has a useful built-in airing cupboard. The window is to the front aspect.


There is a shared courtyard to the side of the property with room for a small café table and chairs and a useful brick-built storage barn with power and water connected.

North Street is situated in the heart of this historic town, with its regular markets and festivals, and array of independent shops, galleries, cafes and restaurants. The lakes, riverbank and meadows of Barnwell Country Park lie on the edge of the Oundle, as well as beautiful walks within the county. Corby, Stamford, Kettering and Peterborough are all within a 15-mile radius, providing access to excellent rail networks and major roads.

All mains services are connected.
Council tax band: D
Tenure: Freehold.
Grade II Listed.
Chain free sale.

This attractive three bedroom period home in the centre of Oundle offers character and space. Set over three floors, this quirky townhouse is offered for sale chain free to the market. Viewing is highly recommended.
Floorplan for 50 North Street, Oundle, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

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