This spacious property has five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a south facing garden with fantastic countryside views. The main feature of this house is the impressive lounge/dining room with its high ceilings and feeling of spaciousness.
Throughout the property there are touches of quality with brushed chrome switches and door handles, and contemporary light fittings. The property is fully double glazed and benefits from gas central heating.
This gem of a property in Benefield Court, which is situated within a few minutes walking distance of the Market Place, centrally placed to the historic town of Oundle. Providing a variety of independent shops and restaurants, Oundle has an excellent choice of schooling from primary to upper sixth, including the well-known Oundle Public School. Peterborough and Stamford are located within 15 miles of Oundle, offering further shopping and leisure facilities, as well as travel links.
The property has a covered porch entrance with an insulated uPVC front door. The L-shaped hallway, incorporating a storage cupboard, is laid with wooden flooring which also leads to other ground floor rooms. The stairs rise to the first floor.
The kitchen is positioned to the front of the house with a window overlooking the driveway. A marble-effect worksurface wraps around the room, enclosing a cream composite double sink unit with mixer tap and Neff ceramic hob and extractor hood. The worksurface is complimented by cream cupboards, providing ample storage, and is finished with tiled splashbacks and tiled flooring. Within the cream units there is a stainless-steel double oven, and an integrated fridge/freezer and dishwasher, with further spaces for washing machine and tumble dryer.
Opposite the kitchen is a useful study or playroom with a window to the front of the property.
Fitted with a white suite in a contemporary style, this cloakroom consists of a WC, pedestal hand basin and tiled floor. An obscure window to the side elevation allows natural light into the room.
A door from the entrance hall leads onto a small landing which overlooks this spectacular living space. Stairs descend to the L-shaped room, which is flooded with natural light from the windows to the side and rear aspects, and the glazed double doors leading to the conservatory. The crisp, white walls and beautiful wood flooring add to the stylish, contemporary feel which, paired with the impressive 3.7m ceiling height, creates a stunning addition to the home. The focal point in the lounge is a full height chimney breast. The dining area would accommodate a sizeable dining suite.
This is a great room that would work well for entertaining as well as everyday family living. The windows and conservatory both have panoramic views of the fields beyond the property.
Attached to the dining area, via double doors, is the fully glazed, Victorian-shaped conservatory allowing unspoilt views of the garden and scenery. Two further doors give access into the pretty courtyard garden.
From the entrance hall, the carpeted corner staircase leads to the first-floor landing, with the principle bedroom, family bathroom and two further double bedrooms.
This double bedroom is to the rear of the property with a window making the most of the scenic views. The room is a good size and could accommodate additional bedroom furniture. It has an open dressing area with a built-in wardrobe to one wall and the door to en-suite.
A contemporary suite fitted with a large shower cubicle, WC and hand basin with ceramic tiled splash backs and flooring.
A double room, decorated in a neutral tone, with a window to the front aspect.
This is another neutrally decorated double room with a window at the front of the property.
From the landing is the modern bathroom with a window at the side aspect. The white bath, with mixer shower and glass screen, hand basin and WC and dark ceramic tiled walls, complemented with the neutral tiled floor. A chrome towel rail and lighted vanity mirror add to the contemporary feel of this room.
Another corner staircase leads to the second-floor landing, which has a storage cupboard for the boiler and two further bedrooms and second bathroom.
Built into the roof space is this double room, which is deceptively spacious. It provides a great amount of room for bedroom furniture. A window to the rear gives distant rural views over fields and farmland, and there is storage space built into the eaves.
Similar to bedroom four, this room is built into the eaves with an attractive sloping ceiling, giving interest to the room. This good-sized double bedroom offers space for various items of furniture and additional storage in the roofspace.
This is a bright contemporary bathroom, consisting of a white bath, with mixer tap and shower attachment, hand basin and WC. Stylish tiles surround the suite and the flooring is ceramic tiles. A large chrome handrail completes the room.
The front of the property is a shared block-paved driveway, with car parking spaces, leading to the garage.
The single garage, which belongs to the property, has an up-and-over door and a pitched roof for handy storage.
The rear garden is low maintenance being mostly laid with gravel, and a secluded patio. Mature borders of mixed shrubs line the timber-fenced boundaries with a low-level rear fence, designed to take full advantage of the picturesque landscape and its south facing position.
A Tardis of a property, this beautiful semi-detached stone town house is deceptive from the initial kerbside impression. With three storeys from the front, the house opens out to four storeys to the rear and is designed to make good use of the space and its exceptional location. Viewing on this property is not to be missed.
Services: Mains Services
Council Tax Band: F
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