This beautifully presented, modern, three-bedroomed, terraced house, would make an ideal first-time purchase or investment property. With neutral decoration and flooring throughout, a well-appointed kitchen, second reception room, three generous bedrooms, as well as a good-sized garden and off-road parking for one car, this house has so much to offer. It is a low-maintenance property which is ready to move into with no upward chain.
Situated off Glapthorn Road and in close proximity to Oundle marketplace, Siddons Close is within walking distance of Oundle Primary School, the doctors’ surgery, library and Fletton House, which offers facilities such as meeting rooms, a dance and activity studio, an arts and crafts room, ceremony room, and Oundle Town Council.
A part-glazed front door opens into the hallway with an inset doormat and room to hang coats. The entrance gives the overall tone for the whole property, being light, spacious and freshly decorated
With a window to the front aspect, laminate flooring and stairs to the first floor, this bright room has a door leading to:
Neutral decoration and ceramic tiled flooring give a clean background to the recently fitted range of Howdens light-coloured wall and base units, with wood block effect worksurfaces over, that incorporate a 1.5 bowl, stainless-steel, single drainer sink unit, an electric oven with gas hob and stainless-steel extractor hood over. Integrated appliances include: dishwasher, fridge/freezer and washing machine. A window overlooks the rear garden and a partially glazed door opens onto the patio.
An archway leads into this extra reception room that has laminate flooring. This useful additional space was formerly the garage and is currently used as a dining room but has the flexibility of being used in a multitude of ways. French doors access the back garden.
Rising from the living room, the carpeted stairs, with open balustrade, lead to the landing where there is a large airing cupboard and a loft hatch.
The main double bedroom has a window to the front elevation.
Another double room with a dormer window at the front, giving this room added character.
This single room is at the rear of the property with the window overlooking the garden.
A modern fitted bathroom with white suite comprising a bath, with shower over and glass screen, pedestal wash basin and a low-level W.C. Tiled splashbacks, laminate flooring and a chrome heated towel rail finish this contemporary room.
A small gravelled garden at the front of the house leads to the front door. A driveway, with off-road parking for one car, is situated in front of the garage doors. The back two thirds of the garage have been converted into living space, and the front portion is useful storage, accessed through double garage doors.
The rear garden is mainly paved with some trees and several gravelled areas, suitable for placing pots. There is hardstanding for a shed and ample room for outside dining. A gated picket fence leads to a raised bank that is ready for planting and terracing. The garden is fenced and not overlooked.
Oundle nestles on the River Nene in the pretty rural county of Northamptonshire, surrounded by countryside and picturesque villages, yet Peterborough, Kettering, Corby and Stamford are within a 15-mile radius, providing good links to rail and road networks.
Council Tax: Band B
No forward chain
All mains services are connected
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