This modern detached recently extended family home is presented in fantastic condition, and offers two reception rooms, a utility room, four double bedrooms and an en-suite shower room. A newly completed extension has created a dining area open plan to the kitchen also creating a larger second bedroom to the first floor, and there is still further scope to extend, subject to necessary planning permission.
Externally there is a good size rear garden, a detached single brick-built garage, and a driveway giving off-road parking for one vehicle.
Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac position, Bevan Close is on a small residential development on the edge of the popular village of Warmington.
A canopied porch with quarry tiled floor leads to the front door.
The central front door is partially glazed with a side casement window, making the entrance bright and welcoming. Karndean flooring flows through from the hall to the kitchen/dining room. A wide staircase with open balustrades rises to the first floor.
From the hallway, the living room spans the whole depth of the house, from front to back, and is lovely and light, with a window to the front. Feature bay French doors and windows either side overlook the rear garden.
Ideal as a playroom or study, the second reception room is to the right off the entrance hall and has a bay window to the front aspect.
Only just completed, the kitchen has been extended to the side to make a good-sized dining family area, ensuring this space can be used as the hub of the home. Light oak-coloured units, with co-ordinating dark coloured worktops, have contemporary metro brick tiling splashbacks, incorporating a hob, oven and extractor hood. The 1.5 bowl stainless-steel sink unit is placed under the window which overlooks the back garden. There is plumbing for a dishwasher and ample space is available for a freestanding fridge/freezer. The dining extension has a window to the front elevation and French doors leading to the back garden. Ceiling spotlights finish the modern feel of this fantastic addition.
Situated at the back of the house, the utility room has base units with worktops and metro brick tile splash areas, incorporating a circular stainless-steel sink. The central heating boiler is housed in a wall mounted cupboard and there is plumbing for a washing machine. An obscure window is situated to the rear aspect. In addition, there is a low-level WC.
The galleried landing is light and spacious and has a window to the rear, and a loft hatch accessing the roof-space. Additionally, an airing cupboard and a further storage cupboard are provided.
The principle bedroom is at the front of the property and has a light and airy feel, with a window overlooking the cul-de-sac. Fitted wardrobes provide ample storage.
Karndean flooring provides a neutral backdrop to the white suite, consisting of a pedestal hand basin, low-level WC and a tiled double shower cubicle. To the rear aspect is an obscure window.
This second double bedroom forms part of the recent extension and is of good proportions; it is built into the eaves giving a sense of character to the room, and has a window to the front and back of the property.
Another double bedroom is situated at the rear of the property with a window overlooking the garden.
A generously sized fourth bedroom has a bay window to the front aspect.
With Karndean flooring and an obscure window to the rear, the white suite comprises a bath, with shower over and a glass screen, pedestal wash basin and a low-level WC.
Approaching the entrance door, this attractive looking home has a small lawnd area bordered by low hedging and planting.
To the side is a detached brick-built, single garage with an up-and-over door, and a driveway with parking for one car. A pedestrian door at the back of the garage leads to the back garden.
The rear garden is larger than average and benefits from a side garden which has been recently fenced off to give further privacy, the side garden could easily be opened up to be a feature from the living room with the addition of bi-fold doors which will really bring this part of the garden to life., The rear garden, which has a patio abutting the back of the house, is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees which add further privacy to the well appointed garden there is also a mix of various shrubs.
Warmington is a vibrant Northamptonshire village in close proximity to the border with Cambridgeshire. Surrounded by countryside, it has a post office and general stores, butchers, a public house/restaurant, primary school and village hall. Further amenities can be found in the nearby town of Oundle, just 3 miles away. Here you will find an excellent range of independent shops, cafes, restaurants, public houses and schools. Alongside these, Oundle is home to the Stahl Theatre and historic Talbot Hotel. There are excellent road and rail network links to Peterborough, Corby and Stamford.
All services are connected - gas is via communal LPG
Council Tax Band: E
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