A modern, four-bedroomed, detached family home in a quiet cul-de-sac position, with garage and off-road parking, as well as a fantastic south-facing rear garden. Benefits include: gas central heating, coving to ceilings, downstairs cloakroom, open-plan kitchen diner family room,conservatory and en-suite shower room to the principle bedroom.
The accommodation downstairs has scope to be reconfigured to suit personal taste, and the bright galleried landing gives a wonderful cheery feel to the first floor, as well as the good-sized bedrooms. The neutral decoration is easy on the eye.
Already a desirable property, there is still further scope to tailor this home to suit individual requirements.
Entering through a modern front door, with full length casement windows to the side, the visitor is warmly welcomed by natural light. Beech laminate flooring flows into the cloakroom and dining room. there is an under-stairs cupboard, and staircase rising to the first floor.
The white suite consists of a low-level WC and a pedestal wash hand basin.
Situated at the front of the house, the carpeted living room has a large window overlooking the front garden and a feature gas fireplace with hearth and mantle over.
Along the width of the back of the house is the open plan kitchen diner with family room. Ceramic tiled flooring to the kitchen gives a neutral backdrop to the wall and base units, with integrated fridge, four-ring gas hob and eye-level gas oven and grill. There are tiled splash areas and laminate worktops, incorporating the stainless-steel sink unit with mixer tap, which is situated under the window overlooking the garden. Plumbing is provided for both a washing machine and dishwasher. Ceiling spotlights and a half-glazed door to the side of the property ensures this room is well lit.
The dining area has a window to the rear aspect, and space for a family-sized dining table and chairs. An archway leads to the family room, currently being used as a study area, from which patio doors access the conservatory.
The large conservatory, which is a lovely addition, has laminate flooring, a ceiling fan, and French doors at the side opening onto the patio.
Carpeted stairs rise from the hall up to the bright, galleried landing, with a large window at the front elevation, a dado rail, access to the loft and a large airing cupboard.
This bright, main double bedroom has a large window to the rear and built-in wardrobes. A door leads to:
With a shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC, the en-suite has vinyl flooring, tiling to half-height, an obscure window to the rear aspect, ceiling spotlights and an extractor fan.
Another double bedroom is placed at the front of the house, with a large window and built-in wardrobes.
This good-sized, single room has space for additional bedroom furniture, and is situated at the rear of the property, overlooking the back garden.
A built-in cupboard is provided in this single bedroom at the front of the property.
Tiled to half-height, the bathroom has a white suite comprising a bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC. An obscure window faces the side elevation.
A block-paved driveway, with off-road parking for at least two vehicles, leads to the single garage, which has an up-and-over door. Power and light are connected. At the side of the garage is a door which allows access to the side/rear garden.
The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with a small centrally placed tree and planted border. Entrance to the rear garden is through the side gate, next to the garage.
The south-facing rear garden, which is a real sun-trap, is a good size, and is not overlooked by neighbouring properties. Being fully enclosed by fencing, it offers a child and pet-friendly space. The lawned area is bordered by established shrubs and trees and the patio, with its arbour, is perfect for outside dining and entertaining.
Oundle is a thriving market town in the pretty rural county of Northamptonshire. It is well known for its school facilities, independent shops, restaurants, theatre, marina, and Barnwell Country Park, which is on the edge of the town. Peterborough, Kettering, Corby and Stamford are within a 15-mile radius, providing good rail and road links.
This property has much to offer the growing family, and Aspire recommend an early viewing to avoid disappointment.
All mains services connected.
Tenure : Freehold
Council Tax Band D
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