Available for sale with no forward chain, Aspire is pleased to offer this two bedroomed, detached bungalow, which is situated in a quiet cul-de-sac on a good-sized plot. The accommodation currently consists of a hall, lounge/dining room, kitchen, conservatory, two bedrooms and a shower room, but has scope to be extended (subject to the relevant planning permissions) and further improved. Set back from the road, the bungalow benefits from a brick-built garage, parking for one vehicle and an enviable large rear garden.
A partially glazed door, with obscure full-length window to the side, allows entry into the hallway with inset doormat, a space for hanging coats and a loft hatch.
A really useful large walk-in cupboard/laundry room has an obscure window to the front aspect, plumbing for a washing machine, a wall mounted Glow Worm boiler and space for a tall fridge/freezer.
The lounge area has a deep box bay window overlooking the cul-de-sac, and a feature fireplace with mantle, hearth and a wall-mounted electric heater. Patio doors from the dining area open into the conservatory.
Running along the full length of the back of the house, the conservatory is of brick and glass construction with a central ceiling fan. French doors and a separate door open onto the patio area, and a further half-glazed door leads into the kitchen.
A range of wall and base units with work surfaces, incorporating an electric oven and hob with extractor hood. The stainless-steel, single drainer sink unit with tiled splashback is placed under the window looking into the conservatory. Space is provided for both a dishwasher and fridge. Vinyl flooring completes this room.
Situated at the front of the bungalow, with a window overlooking the garden, this double room benefits from wardrobes built into the recess.
Another double bedroom at the rear of the property has a double-fronted, built-in wardrobe.
The fully-tiled shower room has a vanity sink unit, a low-level WC, and shower cubicle with drencher and attachment. Additionally, there is an airing cupboard, vinyl flooring and an obscure window to the rear.
4 Monson Way is set back from the cul-de-sac with a driveway, giving room for one vehicle in front of the brick-built garage, with an up-and-over door. A back door opens directly into the rear garden, as does a gate to the side of the garage.
The bungalow is on a generous plot ensuring that the rear garden wouldn’t be compromised, if the property was extended. Mainly laid to lawn, the garden has a patio, ample room for a shed, and further development (subject to relevant planning permissions).
This property is situated on the popular residential Rockingham Hills development and is less than a mile from the centre of Oundle. The primary school, doctors’ surgery, and library are within walking distance.
The historic market town of Oundle nestles on the River Nene, surrounded by beautiful Northamptonshire countryside and picturesque villages. It offers regular markets and festivals with a range of independent shops, restaurants and businesses, as well as schools, leisure facilities, and the Stahl Theatre. The tranquil lakeside walks of Barnwell Country Park are on the edge of the town. Peterborough, Corby, Stamford and Kettering are all within 15 miles, providing further amenities, access to rail networks, and good links to major roads.
All mains services are connected
Council tax: Band: D
Chain Free Sale
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