Occupying a central location in the Georgian town of Oundle, this impressive former hunting lodge offers apartment living on an opulent scale. This is a rare opportunity to acquire one of just four luxurious apartments which was originally built in the 1850s and after becoming a preparatory school was then converted in recent years by Grace Homes.
With beautiful architectural features amass, both externally and internally, this traditional building has been lovingly refurbished with contemporary high-end fixtures and fittings. This really is a wonderful opportunity to purchase an exclusive quality residence.
This two-bedroomed apartment is situated on the first floor and offers an open plan living dining room with a high specification fitted kitchen. Further attributes include Karndean flooring, high ceilings, Taurus skirtings and externally two allocated parking spaces and communal gardens. Neutral decoration and flooring make this an easy to move into property.
The grand Gothic-style doorway with a carved stone portico takes you through a partially glazed original door into a splendid communal hallway. The Lodge has stately proportions with high ceilings and a sweeping staircase leading to the first floor.
The entrance hall has quality Karndean flooring, a security intercom handset and a loft hatch. Doors lead to all rooms.
The impressive open plan living space has wood flooring, picture rails, traditional style vertical radiator and ceiling spotlights. Three windows with panelling either side look out onto different aspects, making this an extremely light and spacious area. A middle island with seating for two features in the luxuriously appointed kitchen that offers cream coloured gloss base and wall units with granite worktops and upstands which incorporate a sink unit with mixer tap over. Integrated appliances include a Neff induction hob with splashback and extractor over, a dishwasher and washer/dryer. The extra recess would make an ideal study or dining area and has lovely views over the communal gardens.
The main bedroom is a good size double with wood flooring and a feature window overlooking the grounds. Bedside wall lights and a built-in cupboard are provided.
Another double bedroom with a large window with deep sill is situated off the hallway.
The stunning bathroom has cream coloured tiled flooring and opulent white wall tiles as a backdrop to the white suite comprising of a wall mounted wash hand basin, a low-level W.C. and a bath with mixer shower tap. A separate double shower cubicle with glass doors is situated in a recess. An obscure window, a large chrome heated towel rail, ceiling spotlights and built-in towel holder finish this room off.
Two allocated parking spaces are available for the property.
A bike shed and bin store are available for use by the residents and in addition each unit has their own secure lockup in the basement.
Within walking distance of all the amenities this historic town has to offer, including a wide range of shops, restaurants and leisure facilities.
The town is renowned for its excellent schooling for all ages, and its close proximity to Peterborough, Kettering and Corby all offering direct train links into central London in under an hour.
Management Fees: TBC
Tenure: Leasehold (please note the residents are currently in the process of purchasing the Freehold)
Council Tax Band: B
All mains services connected
6 years NHBC remaining
No upward chain
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