Station Road, Nassington, Peterborough

Beds 3 Baths2

£1,100 PCM, Fees Apply

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Available for rental from the 12th September, in a beautiful village location, is this three-bedroomed stone cottage with an abundance of character which has been tastefully modernised in recent years.

Decorated in neutral tones, it benefits from versatile and spacious living areas and offers electric central heating, a large secure garden and off-road parking for two vehicles.

Station Road is walking distance from the village centre. Nassington is a small, well facilitated village with local amenities, including a post office, hairdressers, family run butchers, pubs and village shop.

Living Room (4.5 x 3.2)

A solid wood door allows access at the front of the property, direct into a character living room.
The stone floored living room has stairs leading to the first floor, and a storage cupboard under the stairs, containing the electric boiler and plumbing for a washing machine.
Featuring a large original inglenook fireplace, with working wood burner, this room could be used as a second sitting room or winter snug and would equally make a charming dining room.
Leading from the living room is a small corridor to the lounge, kitchen and downstairs WC.

Lounge (3.5 x 5.5)

A large, bright, neutrally carpeted room, with the advantage of a Velux window and large bi-folding doors, leading to the patio and garden. This sunny room has a fitted cupboard for storage, TV and telephone points, and would be equally suitable for use as a lounge or dining area.

Kitchen/Diner (2.8 x 4.5)

The kitchen is fitted with wooden base and eye-level units, with a modern black worktop and finished with cream tiling and splash back, in-keeping with the property. French doors and a Velux window provide plenty of light to a space for a free-standing fridge/freezer and breakfast table, with a view and access to the back garden.

Downstairs WC (0.85m x 1.5m)

Positioned at the end of the corridor is a cloakroom comprising a white wash hand basin and WC.

Stairs and Landing

From the characterful living room, the stairs lead to the landing with a window overlooking the rear garden. The stairway, first floor landing and rooms have been carpeted in a neutral colour.

Bedroom One (4.3 x 2.5)

This double bedroom has a window to the rear of the property overlooking the garden and with country views beyond. One wall is fitted entirely with cream wardrobes providing ample storage. The bedroom has access to the loft and is a bright sunny room.

Bedroom Two (2.6 x 3.6)

Bedroom number two has a secondary glazed window to the front of the property, and also loft access. This double room is fitted with storage and cupboard space around an attractive exposed stonework chimney breast.

Bedroom Three (1.9 x 3.6)

The third bedroom is a good-sized single room, with a storage cupboard over the stairs, and would also be an ideal office space. There is secondary glazing to the window, which overlooks the front aspect.

Bathroom (2 x 1.6)

A white suite consisting of bath with shower attachment and shower screen, a low level w.c. and pedestal wash hand basin. In addition, the bathroom has tiled splashbacks, an extractor fan, vinyl flooring and a chrome heated towel rail.


The long rear garden has a good sized, paved patio in front of the lounge bi-fold doors, and the kitchen French doors. Being west facing, this area enjoys the afternoon and evening sun. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a gravelled seating area to the rear, a good-sized shed, and a garden gate leading to off-road parking for two vehicles.
A quiet lane, leading to fields, can be accessed at the rear of the garden and the private parking area, which would be excellent for country walks.

Nassington is a charming, character village, just over five miles north of the town of Oundle. The village has a general shop with Post Office, a high-class butcher's shop, hotel with restaurant and bar on the river Nene, family hairdresser, vintage tea shop and public house with restaurant. A fish van visits weekly and a mobile library calls monthly. Oundle itself has a bustling high street, with independent shops, pubs, restaurants, theatre and marina, making it an exciting and attractive place to visit. It is well known for its Public School and beautiful Barnwell Country Park, which is situated on the edge of town. Peterborough, Kettering, Corby and Stamford are within a 15-mile radius, providing good road and rail links.

Properties of this calibre do not stay available for long so an early viewing is recommended.

A characterful 3 bedroom stone cottage available to let, offering a downstairs cloakroom, off road parking and electric central heating. Having been tastefully modernised in recent years and having neutral decoration and carpets throughout, an early viewing is advised to avoid disappointment.
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