Aspire are extremely pleased to offer to the market this well presented, four-bedroomed semi-detached town house, on a small cul-de-sac, situated off the main Lytham Park development.
Undeniably light and airy, this lovely family home was built just eight years ago, and has been stylishly decorated, with neutral flooring and contemporary bathrooms and kitchen. In addition to good-sized accommodation and a south-facing garden, an extra strip of land to the side of the house belongs to the property and there is a single garage and off-road parking for one car.
On the ground floor the accommodation comprises a cloakroom, a kitchen/dining room with integrated appliances and a living room running the width of the property at the rear. The first floor has two double bedrooms, a single bedroom and a family bathroom, and the second floor is a dedicated principle bedroom and en-suite, which is a lovely and bright space built into the eaves.
Lytham Park is a popular, small and quiet residential cul-de-sac development that is close to all of the amenities in the historic town of Oundle.
Entering through a composite front door, with a canopy porch over, the hallway sets the mood for the rest of the property, being very welcoming and bright. Doors lead to all ground floor rooms and cream carpeted, dog-leg stairs, with an open balustrade, rise to the first floor.
Positioned at the rear of the property, the generous sized living room has French doors that lead out onto the patio, and a further window overlooking the back garden. This well-presented room is carpeted and has a large under-stairs cupboard.
This is a good-sized room, with a box bay window to the front aspect, offering a large range of contemporary wall and base cupboards as well as a larder. The work surfaces, with up-stands, complement the units and incorporate a 1.5 bowl stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over. Integrated appliances include a five-ring gas hob with stainless steel extractor over, an eye level Hotpoint oven and grill, a fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. Modern cream metro tile splashbacks and cream ceramic tiled floor give clean lines to this well-appointed kitchen. There is ample room for a family-sized dining table and chairs. Ceiling spotlights complete this room.
The cloakroom has a white suite including a pedestal hand basin and low-level WC. Cream coloured ceramic tiles cover the floor, and to the front aspect is an obscure window.
A window on the landing to the side elevation allows natural light to fill this space. Doors from the landing lead to all rooms on the first floor.
Placed at the rear of the property is this spacious double bedroom, which has ample room for a double bed and additional bedroom furniture.
Another bright double bedroom situated to the front elevation, again with plenty of room for a double bed, wardrobes and furniture.
A good sized fourth bedroom, currently utilised as a study, with a window overlooking the back garden.
With cream ceramic tiled flooring, ceiling spotlights and an extractor fan, the family bathroom has a white suite comprising a bath, with central side taps and mixer shower attachment, pedestal wash basin and low-level WC. Co-ordinating tiles to half-height, a heated towel rail, and an obscure window with a deep sill facing the front aspect, finish this room.
Rising from the first-floor landing, the dog-leg stairs have a window on the side elevation allowing plenty of light to pour in. A cupboard houses the hot water tank on the second landing.
The second floor has been dedicated to the principle suite, which has been built into the eaves, with two dormer windows to the front of the building, and one to the rear. This room, with its lovely ambience, is extremely spacious and light. Fitted wardrobes are included.
The modern en-suite is accessed off the bedroom and has a fully tiled double shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin and a low-level WC. There is neutral wall tiling to half-height and a ceramic tiled floor. In addition, this room has a heated towel rail, ceiling spotlights, an extractor fan and a dormer window to the rear aspect. Again, a beautifully light room with a lovely feel.
A path leads to the front door and either side is a small planted area. Another path runs along the side of the property to a gated access into the rear garden. A separate path leads along the length of the garden and along the back for the neighbour to gain access if so required.
The south-facing rear garden is enclosed by fencing, making it child and pet friendly. A large patio abuts the rear of the property and provides ample space for lounging and dining. The remainder of the garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature planting to the borders.
Running along the whole length of the property at the side is an additional strip of land belonging to the house, where currently the present owner houses chickens. A plethora of trees are on the far border of this area, which softens the landscape and makes that side of the property very private.
Garage and Off-Road Parking
Opposite the house is a single garage (3m x 5m) in a block of two and one allocated space adjacent to the garage.
An internal inspection of this lovely home will not disappoint, as the current owners, who have had the property from new, have loved and maintained it to a good standard.
The centre of the popular market town of Oundle is a short walk away, offering regular markets, a range of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. The lakes, riverbank and meadows of Barnwell Country Park are on the edge of the town, a short bike ride away. Corby, Stamford, Kettering and Peterborough are all within 15 miles, providing access to the rail network and with good links to major roads.
All mains services are connected
Council Tax Band: E
Maintenance Charge: £97.39 bi-annually
NHBC: 2 years remaining
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