Situated on a private plot, Holly House, 4 Orchard Close, enjoys vast ground floor accommodation, with versatile use, three double bedrooms on the first floor, a garage and horseshoe driveway for at least six vehicles. In addition, this generously proportioned family home has an extensive rear garden that is not overlooked.
Having previously been extended, this detached property would make the perfect home for a growing family, and yet still provides potential for additional development (subject to the necessary planning permissions).
Entering via an obscure, glazed front door, with side casement window, the porch has ceramic tiled flooring and two glazed doors allowing entrance to the inner hallway.
The tiled floor continues into the hall and through to the kitchen dining room family room. Dog-leg stairs rise to the first floor with a cupboard underneath.
An extension to the side of the hall accommodates a ground floor shower room with a vanity sink unit, low-level WC, and corner shower cubicle. Partially tiled walls, laminate flooring, heated towel rail, extractor fan and obscured window complete this room.
Through glazed doors from both the front extension and the kitchen dining family room, the main living area has Karndean flooring, ceiling spotlights and a free-standing, electric fire on a tiled hearth.
Currently used as a study and music room, the front extension looks onto the driveway through two large windows, making this an extremely light space. Karndean flooring flows from the living room.
Off the front extension is a further room with laminate flooring and a high narrow window.
This is a large family room with ample space for dining table, chairs and settee. Wall and base units with worksurfaces over incorporate a stand-alone Kenwood range cooker, with electric double oven and 5 ring LPG hob with extractor hood, dishwasher and fridge. The large stainless-steel sink is placed under a window, which overlooks the rear garden. Adjacent French doors access the patio area. Another under-stairs cupboard is provided. A glazed door to the side allows access to the utility/boot room, laundry room and garage.
Off the kitchen, a corridor to the garage has been incorporated as part of the house and runs from the front of the property to the back. Clever use of this space now offers a boot room, with a small range of base and wall cupboards, and sink inset to the worktop. With wood-clad ceiling and vinyl flooring, this utilitarian space provides access to both the front and rear gardens through glazed doors at either end.
At the back of the garage, accessed from the utility corridor, a further small room has plumbing for a washing machine, and is an ideal place for indoor drying.
A window on the half-landing of the dog-leg stairs ensures this area is light and airy. A loft hatch and airing cupboard are provided on the landing.
Situated at the back of the house, overlooking the rear garden, the main bedroom is a good size, with fitted wardrobes to one wall and ceiling spotlights.
This really bright, double room at the front of the property has two windows and ceiling spotlights.
Another double bedroom, at the rear elevation, has built-in wardrobes and ceiling spotlights.
An extremely large family bathroom at the front aspect, with Karndean flooring and fully tiled walls, comprises a bath, with mixer shower attachment, a separate shower cubicle, pedestal hand basin and a low-level WC.
The single link attached garage, has double doors with power and light connected, and houses the Firebird oil boiler.
Viewing is recommended to appreciate all that this fantastically positioned home has to offer.
Warmington is a vibrant Northamptonshire village close to the border with Cambridgeshire at Elton. Surrounded by countryside, the village has a Post Office and general store, butcher, the Red Lion restaurant/public house, primary school and village hall. It boasts a 13th century church and many listed buildings, including a watermill and a dovecote. The Nene Way footpath runs through Warmington to the village of Fotheringhay, where Richard III was born and Mary, Queen of Scots, was executed. For further amenities, nearby Oundle offers an excellent range of independent shops, and businesses, as well as primary and secondary schools, the Stahl Theatre and the Talbot Hotel. Within a 14-mile radius are Peterborough, Corby and Stamford, providing good links to the road and rail networks.
Mains services connected, oil fired central heating, LPG hob
Council Tax: Band E
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