Aspire is delighted to offer to the market for sale this spacious and bright three-bedroomed, detached family home in a peaceful cul-de-sac setting, within close proximity of the ever-popular market town of Oundle.
Built in the mid-1970’s, this well-maintained house has much to offer, including large picture windows throughout, allowing light to flood in to every part of the property, a garage conversion into a playroom/utility, that can easily be reinstated back to its original use, solid wood internal doors throughout, and an en-suite shower room to the main bedroom. A further benefit to this lovely home is the possibility of increasing the overall accommodation (subject to relevant permissions). The current owners have planning permission approved for a two storey extension, which was granted in 2018.
Entry to the property is through a half-glazed door with full-length casement windows, into the fabulously light hallway with Karndean flooring fitted, which sets the tone for the whole property. A large under-stairs recess increases the spacious feeling.
A glass door leads from the hall into the generously sized living room, where there are patio doors out into the garden, as well as a large window at the front aspect.
The well-equipped kitchen has an extensive range of wall and base units, with woodblock-effect worksurfaces, incorporating the 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink unit with contemporary brick tile splashbacks. A four-ring induction hob with extractor hood above, and an eye-level Neff double oven and grill are included. Two windows and a glazed door look out onto the rear garden and allow light to pour in. Additionally, there is plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a tall fridge/freezer. Ceiling spotlights, chrome sockets and light switches, as well as laminate flooring, complete the contemporary feel.
The garage has been partly converted to a useful playroom and utility room but could easily be returned to a garage. There are built-in base units with a worktop and a cupboard houses plumbing and power for a washing machine and tumble dryer, with outside venting. A window is placed at the rear of the building and there is ample room provided for playing.
Positioned off the entrance hall and next to the playroom is the downstairs cloakroom, which has a low-level WC and an obscure window at the front aspect.
Open balustrade stairs rise at the front of the house from the entrance hall, and a large window is positioned on the stairwell to gain more light. Access to the insulated attic space is via a hatch on the landing.
This large double room, with ample space for bedroom furniture, has a window at both ends of the room. A door leads to the:
This spacious en-suite consists of a fully tiled shower cubicle, wash hand basin set in a vanity unit and a low-level WC. Karndean flooring, ceiling spotlights, an extractor fan and a heated towel rail finish the room.
Another double room, with a built-in cupboard, is positioned at the rear of the property with a window viewing the back garden.
This single room is situated at the front of the property, and has a window overlooking the cul-de-sac.
With fully tiled walls and Karndean flooring, the family bathroom has a white suite comprising a bath, wash hand basin, set in a vanity unit, and a low-level WC. The airing cupboard provides ample space for linen, and a heated towel rail has been fitted.
The spacious frontage offers a lawned area with mature shrubs and trees. A gate at the side of the house allows access to the rear garden, and off-road parking for two vehicles is available.
At the back of the property is a generously sized, south-facing private garden, which is mainly laid to lawn, with a patio running the full width of the house. Established trees and shrubs on the plot and mature trees on the other side of the boundary, within Oundle School grounds, enables this garden to be a peaceful and private setting.
With a lovely family feel internally and generous gardens, Aspire recommends a viewing at the earliest opportunity.
Oundle is a thriving market town in the pretty rural county of Northamptonshire. Well known for its school facilities, independent shops, restaurants, theatre, marina, Oundle is just half a mile from Barnwell Country Park. 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 D
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