St. Marys Lane, Warmington, Peterborough

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A contemporary, mid-terrace house built 6 years ago, with two double bedrooms and off-road parking for three vehicles. Offered with gas central heating, uPVC double glazing, and a well-appointed kitchen. An internal viewing is highly recommended to appreciate what this modern starter home provides. With just one owner from new, the neutral decoration and carpet throughout underline the light and spacious feel of this well-maintained property that is ready to move into.
The approach to this newly built property, which is in a cul-de-sac off Stamford Lane in Warmington, has lovely views of St Mary’s Church and open green space to the front.

Warmington residents enjoy the benefits of relaxed village life, whilst being only three miles from the market town of Oundle and 11 miles from the city of Peterborough.


Entering through a half-glazed front door into the open-plan lounge/dining room, the stairs, with open balustrades, rise directly to the first floor.

Lounge/Dining Room (3.92m x 6.13m)

This welcoming family room has a window overlooking the green space to the front of the house, and doors to the downstairs cloakroom and kitchen. There is a built-in storage cupboard under the stairs.

Cloakroom (1.66m x 0.95m)

A white suite is fitted, comprising a wash hand basin and low-level WC.

Kitchen (3.92m x 2.58m)

This is a bright and modern kitchen which is generously sized and well-appointed, with a good range of base and eye-level cream units and co-ordinating wood effect worktops. In addition, there is a plumbing for a washing machine, a larder cupboard and appliances, which include a built-in electric oven/grill with gas hob and extractor hood over, and stainless-steel splashback, as well as an integrated dishwasher. The 1.5 sink unit is under the window, which overlooks the rear aspect as well as a half-glazed door to the back garden. There is also space for a tall fridge/freezer, as well as space for a breakfast table and stools.

Stairs and Landing

The staircase leads from the lounge area, and with the open balustrades and carpeting continuing from downstairs, there is a feeling of spaciousness. Access to the loft space is on the landing.

Master Bedroom (3.92m x 3.94m)

This is a large room with a built-in cupboard, and yet ample room for wardrobes and other furniture. The window is to the front elevation.

Bedroom Two (3.92m x 3.1m)

Another double room with a window to the rear and plenty of space for bedroom furniture.

Bathroom (1.82m x 2.49m)

A contemporary bathroom with a white suite consisting a bath with shower attachment and glass screen, wash hand basin and low-level WC. The partially tiled walls and vinyl flooring adds to the modern feel.

Front Garden

The small frontage is retained by a low brick wall and has slate chips and planted shrubs.

Rear Garden

Being mainly paved, the south-facing garden is a real sun trap and would be the perfect setting for alfresco dining or barbecues. There is an assortment of shrubs and plants in the borders, alongside an outside tap and gated rear access to the driveway.


The tarmac drive has parking space for up to three vehicles.

All-in-all this lovely home would make an ideal first home and Aspire recommend an internal viewing to appreciate all that it has to offer.

Warmington is a vibrant Northamptonshire village close to the border with Cambridgeshire at Elton. Surrounded by countryside, the village has a Post Office and general store, butcher, the Red Lion restaurant/public house, primary school and village hall. It boasts a 13th century church and many listed buildings, including a watermill and a dovecote. The Nene Way footpath runs through Warmington to the village of Fotheringhay, where Richard III was born and Mary, Queen of Scots, was executed. For further amenities, nearby Oundle offers an excellent range of independent shops, and businesses, as well as primary and secondary schools, the Stahl Theatre and the Talbot Hotel. Within a 14-mile radius are Peterborough, Corby and Stamford, providing good links to the road and rail networks.

Tenure: Freehold
Council Tax: Band C
The gas supply is via Calor gas.
Four years remaining on NHBC

Modern living in a village location! This well-appointed two-bedroom home is nicely presented and has four years remaining on the NHBC. A pretty garden and driveway parking complete this attractive property. Please call today to view.
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