Positioned in a lovely spot overlooking open fields to the front with Barnwell Country Park beyond, this detached family home benefits from generous sized rooms and gardens, as well as a double garage and off-road parking for a further three cars.
The ground floor accommodation consists of a dual aspect living room with open plan dining area, kitchen breakfast room, a study and a cloakroom. On the first floor there are four bedrooms, the main having an en-suite, and the family bathroom.
Just a short walk from Oundle marketplace, this well-proportioned property has a lot to offer the growing family.
Entered through an obscure glazed door into the carpeted hallway, the stairs rise to the first floor, with a large recess under, and doors lead to the dining room, kitchen, study and cloakroom. Immediately on the left is the doorway to the living room.
Running the full depth of the house, with dual aspect windows giving a real feel of spaciousness and light, the carpeted living room has an inset multi-fuel burner with stone surround and granite hearth. French doors at the rear lead out to the garden. Also, at the garden end of this room, is an open archway to the dining area, making this an ‘L’-shape. A separate door leads to the hall from the dining area.
Another generous size room, the kitchen breakfast room is entered via an obscure glazed internal door from the hallway and a further obscure half-glazed door to the side elevation accesses the side path to the gardens. A vast range of base, eye and larder cupboards, with complementary worksurfaces over, incorporate a gas hob with extractor over and electric oven, as well as the 1.5 bowl single drainer stainless-steel sink unit, placed under the window overlooking the garden. One of the cupboards houses the Vaillant gas boiler, which was installed in September 2018. Also integrated are a dishwasher, fridge and freezer. There is space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. Tiled flooring and splashbacks complete this room.
At the front of the house is this lovely bright study that has a window to the front aspect and loft access to the small roof void.
A good size fully tiled room with a vanity wash basin and low-level W.C. In addition, there is an obscure glazed window to the side elevation, a heated towel rail and tiled flooring.
The carpeted open balustrade stairs rise to the first floor where there is an airing cupboard and loft hatch.
Located at the back of the house, the main bedroom is a good size double and overlooks the established rear garden. A door leads to the:
With fully tiled walls, the en-suite has a corner shower cubicle, vanity sink unit and low-level W.C. Additionally, this room has ceiling spotlights, tiled flooring, a heated towel rail and an obscure glazed window to the front. Being south-facing, light floods through into the bedroom.
This good-sized double room has a dormer window looking out over splendid views of the fields at the front.
The third bedroom has built-in overhead 'Hammond' cupboards and a desk/study area. A window overlooks the back garden.
This single room is positioned at the rear of the house.
Fully tiled walls and flooring are the backdrop to the cream coloured suite consisting of a bath with mixer shower and screen, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level W.C. There is a heated towel rail and an obscure glazed window to the front elevation.
The positioning of 28 Stoke Doyle Road is one of its main attractions – open paddocks over the front with the church spire in the background. A low brick retaining boundary wall with hedging encompasses the lawned area, with mature planted borders and a central magnolia tree. At the side is a path with gated access to the rear garden.
A lovely wide garden, which is not overlooked, is at the back of the house. Having been lovingly looked after over the years, there is a patio adjacent to the rear of the house and a decked seating area at the top of the garden, with a variety of established flowers, plants, shrubs and trees. Of particular note is the climbing grape vine on the garage gable end, a walnut and pear tree. To the side of the house is a new generous size shed (14' x 8 x 6') that has power and light and could possibly work as an outside office space. A path leads from the house, the length of the garden and up to the gate in the back fence that accesses the garage and off-road parking.At the rear of the back garden, through gated access, is the double garage that has two up and over doors, vaulted roof space and power and light connected. In addition, there is space here for three cars to park.
Just over half a mile from the centre of the historic town of Oundle on the River Nene in Northamptonshire, this property is ideal for anyone looking for easy access to all the amenities of a charming country town. Home to the prestigious Oundle School, there are also well-regarded primary schools and health facilities, as well as a range of independently owned shops, cafes and restaurants alongside your daily shopping necessities. Mainline railway stations with direct links to central London are within 15 miles in Peterborough, Corby, and Kettering.
All mains services are connected
Council Tax: Band E
Secure One Maintained alarm system £90.00 p.a.
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