This modern, semi-detached house is conveniently located on a popular development only a mile from the centre of Oundle. With neutral-coloured decoration and a refitted bathroom, it offers two bedrooms and gas central heating, and is ready to move into. This bright home has a secluded rear garden and off-road parking.
Perfect for the first-time buyer or investor in a lovely location in the historic town of Oundle, surrounded by beautiful countryside and pretty villages. Within walking distance of the property are Oundle Primary School, the doctors’ surgery and the Library.
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.
The property is entered via a part-glazed uPVC door, and into the lobby, which has an inset door mat. Stairs rising to the first floor from here and a door leads into the living room.
The living room has a window to the front aspect and a large under-stairs recess. The flooring is Karndean.
In the contemporary kitchen, the light vinyl laminate flooring compliments the range of wall and base units. The worktop incorporates a gas hob, with electric oven and grill, as well as an extractor hood. Under the window, overlooking the rear garden, is the single drainer sink unit, and a glazed door leads outside to the patio. Additionally, there is plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. There is adequate space for a table and chairs.
A dog-leg staircase rises to the first-floor landing, where there is loft access and doors leading to both bedrooms and the bathroom.
The main double bedroom has a window to the rear aspect and plenty of room for a wardrobe.
In this double room a wardrobe has been built-in above the stair recess, and a window overlooks the front of the property.
The fully tiled walls and matching flooring makes this refitted bathroom is very smart and modern. The three-piece white suite comprises a bath with shower over and glass screen, a wash hand basin set in a vanity unit and a low-level WC. There is an obscure window to the side elevation, as well as a heated towel rail and ceiling spotlights.
The open-plan front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a path leading to the front door.
The driveway to the side of the house can accommodate two vehicles in tandem, with gated side access into the rear garden. This private garden is not overlooked and has trees at the back of the rear boundary on an open green space. Mainly laid to lawn, there are some planted areas and a patio.
Oundle nestles on the River Nene in the pretty rural county of Northamptonshire, surrounded by countryside and picturesque villages, yet Peterborough, Kettering, Corby and Stamford are within a 15-mile radius, providing good links to the rail and road networks.
All mains services connected.
Council Tax: Band B
No forward chain.
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