An immaculately presented four bedroomed, detached, modern family home with garage, en-suite, large kitchen/dining room, professionally landscaped gardens, electric car charging point, utility/boot room and much more. The tiled flooring downstairs has been upgraded to stunning porcelain and also benefits from underfloor heating.
Built just four years ago by the popular Charles Church developers, with six years NHBC remaining, 18 Prince George Drive is situated in this popular area off Glapthorn Road, and within walking distance of Oundle Market Square.
The neutral decoration and flooring to this wonderfully clean and tidy house makes it suitable to move into immediately with no work required.
On entering the hall at 18 Prince George Drive, the visitor receives an overall impression of this house of quality, with its bright and welcoming feel, and crisp, fresh neutral decoration. Cream porcelain tiled floor flows from the hall through to the kitchen/dining room. Double doors lead to the living room and dog- leg stairs rise to the first floor.
Positioned at the front of the house, the generously proportioned living room is bright and airy with a box bay window, and a further window to the side aspect. The focal point of the room is a feature electric fireplace.
The beautifully styled kitchen/dining room is fabulously spacious and light, with high gloss porcelain tiled flooring which has underfloor heating. There is an elegant range of cream wall and base units, with woodblock-effect laminate worksurfaces over with backboards. The Combi boiler is housed in a wall cupboard. Appliances included are a gas hob, cooker and grill, with stainless steel extractor hood over and splashbacks, a built-in fridge/freezer and a dishwasher. A single drainer stainless steel sink unit, with mixer tap, is positioned under the window which overlooks the rear garden. Chrome light switches and sockets, along with ceiling spotlights, enhance the modern style. French doors, with casement windows either side, lead out to the beautifully maintained rear garden. Ample space allows room for a dining table and chairs, and a large under-stairs cupboard provides plenty of storage. A door leads to:
With access from the dining area and a half-glazed door to the garden, the utility room offers a cupboard with worktop over, plumbing for a washing machine, and a single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over. A door accesses the cloakroom.
Neutral porcelain wall and floor tiles make a crisp backdrop to the pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC.
Dog-leg stairs, with open balustrade, rise to the first-floor landing, which has an access hatch to the loft.
The spacious main bedroom can be found at the front of the house with windows to both the front and the side aspects, making this a lovely bright room. A good range of built-in wardrobes is included. A door leads to the:
This en-suite consists of a tiled double shower cubicle, wall mounted wash hand basin and low-level WC. A porcelain tiled floor, ceiling spotlights and an obscure window to the side elevation complete this useful room.
This large double bedroom is positioned at the back of the property with views over the rear garden.
With a front aspect view, the third bedroom has ample room for a double bed and associated furniture.
Another large double bedroom lies at the rear of the house with two windows overlooking the garden.
The spacious family bathroom is fitted with a white suite comprising a bath with shower over and glass side screen, a wall-mounted wash hand basin and a low-level WC. Ceiling spotlights, porcelain tiled floor and ceramic tiling to the bath complete this room.
The grounds to this lovely family home are immaculately presented with a tidy, low hedge retaining the frontage, and a sandstone path to the front door. At the side is a luscious lawn with a row of young trees and a gated access to the rear garden.
The pristine south-easterly facing garden has been professionally landscaped to a very high standard, including the impressive Indian Sandstone patio that runs the length of the back of the house. Bordering the lawned area are established plants and trees. Part of the boundary backdrop is a brick wall.
Integrated to the house is a single garage with an up-and-over door, with light and power connected. Adjacent to the driveway, offering off-road parking for one car, is an electric car charging point.
With all bedrooms to this exquisite property being doubles, this ‘ready to move into’ property would make an ideal home for the growing family. As well as plenty of kerb appeal, this property will not disappoint when viewing.
The bustling market town of Oundle, with its thriving shops, restaurants and businesses, is well known for Oundle Public School. It is also home to Prince William Secondary School, the Stahl Theatre, The Talbot Hotel, a former 16th century coaching Inn, and beautiful Barnwell Park, which lies on the outskirts of the town. Oundle nestles within rural countryside and lies within a 15-mile radius of Peterborough, Kettering, Corby and Stamford, all providing excellent road and rail links.
All mains services connected
Council Tax: Band E
6 years NHBC remaining
Maintenance fee: £279.69
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