Aspire is pleased to be offering for sale this stunning three bedroomed detached house that has been lovingly cared for and upgraded by the current owners. The addition of the high specification conservatory adds to the generous proportions of the ground floor accommodation and upstairs all three bedrooms are good sizes, the principle bedroom enjoying an en-suite shower room. High-end specification adorns the entire property and a fantastic ‘Mediterranean’ feel rear garden completes the overall appeal.
Benefits include gas central heating, downstairs cloakroom, garage as well as off-road parking for two vehicles, solar panels, a burglar alarm, six years NHBC warranty remaining and much more.
Creed Road is a short walk from Oundle Primary School that is rated Outstanding by OFSTED.
A modern composite door, with glazed panels, allows entry into the spacious hallway that has fine Italian slate floor tiles. All ground floor rooms are accessed from the hall.
Italian slate floor tiles continue from the hallway. The white suite comprises a pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC.
This lovely bright room has windows to two aspects, one being a bay window overlooking the open green space to the side, and the other to the front elevation.
The tastefully designed kitchen has had a specification upgrade by the current owners to incorporate extra units, as well as a larder and a wine cooler, yet still leaving space for a table and chairs. The off-white gloss units reflect the light, and these are complimented by co-ordinating worktops with upstands. Integrated appliances include a built-in double oven and grill with a 5-ring gas hob and wok stand, stainless-steel extractor hood and glass splashguard. In addition, there is a built-in dishwasher and washing machine, as well as a fridge/freezer. Extra attention to detail is evident with chrome electric switches, an adjustable spray mixer-tap to the fabulous black ceramic 1.5 bowl sink, ‘Woodland Ebony’ ceramic tiled flooring and ceiling spotlights and under-cupboard downlighters. Having a window to the front aspect and French doors through to the conservatory, allows as much light as possible to flood in.
The current owners have added an exquisite conservatory that is ‘Chartwell Green’ on the outside and white inside, which still has six years remaining on the warranty. Built to a high standard, the conservatory has full length glazing at the front and an ‘orangery’ roof. The flooring continues from the kitchen, and French doors lead out to the garden. An electric wall heater ensures this space remains cosy in the winter.
From the hall the dog-leg stairs rise to the first floor, which has a window to the side aspect, an airing cupboard, which houses the hot water cylinder and electrical system for the solar panels, and an access hatch to the loft. The loft is partially boarded and has electric, a light and a fixed pull-down ladder.
A lovely main bedroom that has two fitted wardrobes, enabling ample hanging and shelving space. The window is situated at the side elevation, and a door allows access to the en-suite shower room.
The contemporary shower room has a white suite comprising a wall mounted sink with ‘waterfall’ taps, low-level WC, and a fully tiled, double shower cubicle with sliding glass doors. ‘Bay Salt’ ceramic tiled flooring has been fitted, and the walls have matching tiles to half height. Additionally, there is a heated towel rail, ceiling spotlights, a shaver point and an extractor fan. An obscure window is to the side aspect.
A sizable double bedroom with a window to the front elevation.
The good sized third bedroom is positioned at the rear of the house with a window overlooking the rear aspect.
There is fabulous ‘Cornish Driftwood’ ceramic floor tiles, and co-ordinating wall tiles are in place to half height, apart from around the bath where they are full height. The white suite comprises a wall mounted wash hand basin, low-level WC, and a bath with a Mira electric shower, with two-way glass shower screen. In addition, there is a heated towel rail, shaver point, ceiling spotlights and an obscure window to the front aspect.
This home has fabulous kerb appeal, enhanced by the array of established plants around the perimeter, including a mature climbing honeysuckle and a lovely red Acer tree.
Although not large, the rear garden has been well designed, and is very easy to maintain. ‘Indian Sandstone’ paving and gravel areas in the main, with cultivated borders, this lovely haven has a ‘Mediterranean’ feel and has ample room for dining. As well as an external tap and electrical socket, the garden has a gate at the rear giving access to the single garage that has power and light. There is also room for two vehicles in tandem in front of the garage.
This opulent home has a welcoming feel the minute you walk through the door and an internal viewing is recommended to appreciate the quality of its fixtures and fittings.
The bustling market town of Oundle has an excellent range of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and public houses. Alongside these, it is home to the Stahl Theatre, historic Talbot Hotel and Oundle Public School. Peterborough, Corby and Stamford are within a 15-mile radius of the town, and all have excellent road and rail links.
All services mains connected
Council Tax: Band D
6 years NHBC warranty remaining
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