A delightful, well-presented two bedroom mid terrace property, in a Cotswold stone-coloured brick, with gas fired central heating. It is positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac on a popular, relatively new development in the market town of Oundle, about a mile from the town centre.
Oundle is an historic market town on the eastern side of Northamptonshire, just five miles from the Cambridgeshire border. It has excellent schooling for all ages, including the prestigious Oundle Public School. Among the town's facilities, there are a variety of independent shops, three supermarkets, two excellent butchers, two chemists, various public houses, some with accommodation, and a hotel. The town sits on the River Nene and has an attractive water-side leisure facility. It is conveniently situated seven miles from the A14 and ten miles from the A1 motorway. Nearby Peterborough, Kettering, and Corby all offer direct train links to London in under an hour.
Inside the partially glazed panelled front door, the hallway offers space for coats. A door leads to the living room and another, to the cloakroom. The light-coloured, wood-effect flooring covers the whole of the downstairs, making it look spacious and light.
Off the hallway, the cloakroom comprises a white modern WC and wash hand basin.
Turning left from the hall is the lounge, with a window to the front of the property. There is a built in storage cupboard The living room is open plan to the kitchen diner, which is also open to the conservatory, giving an overall feeling of spaciousness. The stairs rise between the lounge and dining area to the first floor.
Open-plan to the main reception room, the kitchen has a window overlooking the rear garden and is modern, bright and airy. Appliances included are a built-in dishwasher, fridge/freezer, gas hob, electric oven and extractor fan. Modern shaker style wall and base units are complemented with wood effect worktops and incorporate a one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap over.
This recent addition to the property provides an ideal dining space. It is a very light, useful extra room that has a solid wall along one side and two sides that look out onto the good-sized garden. It is equipped with the necessary bespoke blinds for very warm sunny weather. Double patio doors lead into the back garden.
The dog-leg staircase and the whole of the upper floor are carpeted in a neutral coloured carpet. Doors lead from the landing to the bedrooms and bathroom.
A good-sized, double bedroom with a window overlooking the rear garden, benefits from a built in wardrobe with sliding double doors. There is a further cupboard with shelving and room for hanging clothing.
This is also a double bedroom positioned at the front of the property with a window overlooking the cul-de-sac.
A modern, white suite comprising a bath, with shower over and glass screen, wash hand basin, WC and vertical chrome towel rail/radiator. The floor is tiled and the room has an extractor fan, three down-lighters and a glazed window to the front of the property.
The good-sized back garden, which is mainly laid to lawn, has a patio, flower border and garden shed, and is securely surrounded by fencing. From the patio, a path in the same flag-stones leads to the back gate. The front of the property has parking space for two cars.
We love our house because....
The current owners of 20 Cricketers Way love their house because it is light and airy, and with the addition of the conservatory they now have a beautiful dining area looking onto their garden. In particular they are smitten with the area - the house is tucked away at the back of the development overlooking open green space at the front, with no passing traffic.
Annual service charge £237.00
Council tax: Band B
All mains services connected.
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