This three-bedroom link detached house is situated on a corner plot, which offers an en-suite to the master bedroom, a single garage plus off-road parking, and a good-sized rear garden with mature planting.
Benefiting from gas central heating and uPVC double glazing, this well maintained, light and spacious family home has neutral decoration and carpets throughout and is offered with no upward chain.
Situated just off Creed Road, Walcot Close lies on a popular and convenient development less than a mile from the centre of Oundle. Within walking distance of the property are Oundle Primary School, the doctors’ surgery, library, and Fletton House, which offers facilities such as meeting rooms, a dance and activity studio, an arts and crafts room, ceremony room, popular café and Oundle Town Council.
Entering the front door, from a substantial external canopy, doors lead to the lounge and cloakroom from the hall. Neutral-coloured carpeting is laid throughout the house, and stairs rise to the first floor.
This room has a white suite consisting of a low-level WC. and a pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback. An obscure glazed window is to the front of the property.
A bright room with a large window to the front aspect. A door leads through to the Kitchen/diner.
With French doors leading onto the patio in the rear garden and a window over the 1.5 bowl sink unit, this modern fitted kitchen is yet another bright room with a feeling of spaciousness, further enhanced by the cream tiled flooring. There is a good range of modern base and eye level units with complimentary tiled splashback areas, a built-in electric oven with gas hob and extractor fan over, as well as plumbing and spaces for a washing machine and dishwasher. The large storage cupboard is under the stairs and there is space for a dining table and chairs.
The airing cupboard and hatch to the loft space are to be found on the landing, together with a window to the side of the aspect, allowing light to stream through. Doors from the landing give access to all the bedrooms and bathroom.
The main bedroom, with a window to the front of the property, has a useful built-in wardrobe, and door to the en suite.
Consisting of a white suite, the en-suite has a tiled shower cubicle, a pedestal wash hand basin and a low-level WC. There is a heated towel rail, extractor fan and an opaque window to the front of the building.
A single bedroom with a window overlooking the back garden.
Another single room with a window to the rear aspect.
The white suite comprises a bath with mixer shower attachment over, a pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC. There is also a heated towel rail and an opaque window to the side elevation.
A driveway, which has room for one vehicle, leads to the single attached garage, with power and light, and a door at the back of the garage into the rear garden.
The property has a small frontage with a path to the front door, some planted borders, a gravelled area, and a gated side entrance to the rear garden. A good-sized south-facing rear garden, which is enclosed by a brick wall on two sides and fencing on the other. Mature trees and shrubs have been planted in the borders around the lawned area. The garden has an outside light and external tap.
The bustling market town of Oundle, with its thriving shops, restaurants and businesses, is well known for its Public School. It is also home to Prince William Secondary School, the Stahl Theatre and the Talbot Hotel, a former 16th century Coaching Inn. Oundle nestles on the River Nene along with the pretty rural and picturesque villages surrounding it, yet Peterborough, Kettering, Corby and Stamford are within a 15-mile radius, providing good rail links and road networks.
Council Tax: Band C
All mains services connected
Chain Free Sale
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