11 Monson Way is located in a quiet cul-de-sac of 4 houses, making it very appealing for young families. The property is a particularly spacious three bedroomed home with nearly 100m2 accommodation set over two floors with a good-sized south-west facing garden and garage.
The current downstairs layout offers scope to create an open plan layout with views to the rear garden. The superb size plot also has potential for a conservatory or extension (stpp).
A glazed front door accesses the porch, with tiled flooring and an obscure glazed window to the side aspect.
Inside the front door, the entrance hall has tiled flooring, and stairs rise to the first floor with a cupboard under (currently used as a pantry). There is ample space for hanging coats.
A white suite consisting of a white vanity basin with cupboards under and a close-coupled W.C. An obscure glazed window to the side aspect and tiled flooring complete this room.
This lovely bright reception room has oak flooring and a modern feature gas fire with hearth. French doors, with fitted white shutters, open onto the rear garden patio area. A further small window is to the side aspect.
The dining area leads off the living room and can be separated by closing the shutters that have been fitted in the opening. This area has tiled flooring and a window overlooking the rear garden.
Accessed from the entrance hall, the kitchen has tiled flooring and splashbacks, a window to the front aspect and a small breakfast bar. Fitted with a range of base and eye level units with worktops over that incorporate an electric double oven, gas hob with extractor over and an eye level combination oven/microwave. The ceramic single drainer sink unit is placed under the window that overlooks the cul-de-sac. Also provided is plumbing for both a washing machine and dishwasher. Space is allocated for an under-counter fridge.
Dog leg stairs rise to the first floor with light flooding in from the side window on the half-landing. Two extremely large cupboards, one housing the water tank, provide a fantastic amount of storage. A loft hatch gives access to the roof void.
With laminate flooring and a window overlooking the rear garden, the main bedroom is a good size double with built in wardrobes and overhead storage.
Off the main bedroom, the shower room has a large corner shower cubicle and an inset vanity basin with cupboards under. An obscure glazed window is to the side elevation and tiled flooring, a heated towel rail and ceiling spotlights finish the room.
Another good size double bedroom, with built-in mirrored wardrobes, has a window to the rear elevation and laminate flooring.
At the rear of the property, with a window overlooking the garden, the third bedroom has laminate flooring and ceiling spotlights.
The family bathroom has a white suite comprising a bath with shower over and screen, a vanity wash hand basin with cupboards under and a close-coupled W.C. With a neutral backdrop of tiled flooring, this large room has an obscure glazed window to the front elevation and ceiling spotlights.
At the front of the property is a semi-circular lawned area approaching the front door and a further grassed section to the side with a central twisted willow tree.
A tarmac drive allows parking for two vehicles in front of the attached brick built, single garage, that has a roller door and power and light connected. An added benefit is the personal door from the garage directly into the back garden.
Gated access from the side of the house next to the garage leads into the rear garden. Of fantastic proportions, the back garden has plenty of space to extend the rear of the house (subject to relevant planning permissions). A large patio area, with arbour and climbing grapevine, abuts the back of the house and has a low retaining wall and three steps up to the main lawned area with plenty of space for the growing family. The garden, which is fence enclosed with a top trellis, is not overlooked and has some lovely established plants.
Monson Way leads off the Rockingham Hills development which is a short walk into the historic market town of Oundle, which has a busy high street with many family-run shops. There are plenty of places to eat and drink, and some boutique shops that offer something different to the larger chain stores. It also offers excellent schooling for all ages. Oundle has convenient road links to major towns and cities in the area where mainline train links run to central London in under an hour.
Council Tax: Band E
All mains services are connected
Unadopted road to the front shared by four properties
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