This five bedroomed detached property, including a fantastic annexe, off-road parking for several vehicles, and good size gardens, would make a brilliant home for a multi-generational family.
Distinctive features of this spacious family house include: a full height sloping ceiling in the main living room, a balcony off the first-floor landing, picture windows throughout, ensuring the property has natural light pouring in, and a spacious annexe. Currently the annexe provides a living room, dining room, kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom, allowing fully independent living or there is the option to incorporate this into the main body of the house. Alternatively, the annexe would make an excellent home office.
With 162sqm of living accommodation, and with no forward chain, the versatility of this property is rarely found.
An obscure glazed entrance door opens into the light hallway, that has an open balustrade staircase rising to the first floor.
Found at the front of the property, the living room has a large picture window and double height sloped ceiling, giving character and a spacious feel. Another feature of this room is the high window, which looks into the room from the first-floor landing. An electric wall-mounted fire is installed.
Along the back of the property, looking onto the garden, the kitchen/dining room has a large window and patio doors allowing light to flood in.
The kitchen area has ceramic tiled flooring, and tiled splashbacks to the solid wood block worksurfaces. Contemporary gloss wall and base cupboards incorporate a space for a dishwasher and tall fridge/freezer, as well as space for a free-standing cooker. A 1.5 bowl ceramic sink unit is positioned under the window.
Laminate flooring adorns the floor in the dining area and flows through to the study. Double doors allow these two rooms to be separated if required.
Converted from the garage and located off the dining area, this extra reception room is currently being used as a study but would make an ideal garden or hobby room.
A large ground floor cloakroom off the hallway, has ceramic tiled flooring, an obscure glazed window to the side elevation, an overhead cupboard for storage, and a large cupboard housing the boiler and hot water tank. The white suite consists of a low-level W.C. and an inset vanity basin with units under.
This is an amazing ground floor annexe offering everything needed for independent living. Access is off the hallway of the main house, into:
With ceramic tiled flooring, the kitchen area has wall and base cupboards, with worktop and a composite sink. Additionally, there is a larder, plumbing for a washing machine and a separate boiler. A door leads to:
Approaching from both the living room and kitchenette, the dining room has a glazed door to the back garden, ceiling spotlights and laminate flooring. A worktop, with two-ring electric hob, has under-counter space for a tumble dryer, fridge and wall cupboards provide storage. There is ample space for a dining table and chairs.
Patio doors lead from the living room to a paved patio in the rear garden, and a further window is situated to the side elevation.
The large bathroom is fully tiled to one wall and ceramic tiled flooring gives clean lines. A four-piece suite comprises bath, separate corner shower cubicle, inset vanity basin with cupboards under and a low-level W.C.
Situated at the front of the property, with a door from the hallway and bathroom, this double bedroom provides wardrobes and overhead storage, a window overlooking the garden and ceiling downlighters.
Rising from the main entrance hall, the galleried landing has a glazed door leading out to a balcony, with seating space, and a wrought iron balustrade,. A full height viewing window looks down into the ground floor living room. In addition, there is a useful storage cupboard.
With a bright and spacious feel, the main bedroom has a window at both ends of the room giving dual aspect views. Built-in wardrobes and overhead cupboards provide good storage.
A window overlooks the rear garden from this double bedroom.
Another double bedroom with a window to the rear aspect.
Recently modernised, the shower room has natural-coloured, fully tiled walls and flooring. A large walk-in shower with glass screen has a drencher and separate shower mixer attachment.
There is also a sink with a vanity cupboard under and a low-level W.C. In addition, a heated towel rail, extractor fan, ceiling spotlights and an obscure glazed window to the side elevation, completes this room.
Beyond the hedge boundary, 32 Bellamy Road frontage provides off-road parking for several vehicles, and has mature planted borders in the garden. The former integral garage has been converted, with the front part being storage with power and light and accessed via the up and over door, the rear is now the study off the dining room. A side gate accesses the back garden.
The rear garden is well-designed with good dimensions, obviously having been loved and well-maintained over the years. There are two purpose-built seating/dining areas off the main house; one decked area from the dining room, and the other a paved patio adjoining the annexe. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with established borders, shrubs and trees. Plenty of space is available for sheds and greenhouses.
Oundle is a thriving market town in the pretty rural county of Northamptonshire. It is well known for its school facilities, independent shops, restaurants, theatre, marina and Barnwell Country Park, which is on the edge of the town. Peterborough, Kettering, Corby and Stamford are within a 15-mile radius, providing good rail and road links.
What we love about our house......
Some of the reasons the current owners of 32 Bellamy Road love this property are its location which is very quiet and peaceful with lovely views over the Nene valley, punctuated by the keening of red kites that catch the thermals overhead. It is not a busy road yet it is conveniently placed for town amenities and shops. The area is surrounded by fields to the north and east for lovely walks and near the river Nene for fishing and water activities. The house is very light, bright and airy even on a dull day
All mains services are connected
Council Tax: Band F
No forward chain
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