Offered with no forward chain is this perfectly proportioned detached bungalow situated at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac, on the popular Rockingham Hills residential development.
The bright and neutrally presented accommodation comprises a living room, kitchen, conservatory, two double bedrooms and a bathroom. Externally, the property boasts a good size sunny rear garden, a car port providing off-road parking for 3-4 vehicles and an additional gravel area with further parking for 1-2 cars.
This lovely home has undergone a modernisation programme in the last two years that includes the installation of gas radiator central heating, replacement windows and doors, a new conservatory and a newly fitted kitchen.
Setting the tone for the whole property, the light and airy lobby has a window to the side and a half glazed internal door into the living room. There is room to hang coats.
Neutrally decorated, the living room is a good size and has ceiling coving and a fitted electric fire with marble effect hearth and mantle. Natural light pours in through the window at the front elevation, and half-glazed doors to the inner lobby and the kitchen. Additionally, French doors open into the conservatory.
The kitchen was newly fitted 6 months ago with a range of light-coloured wall and base units incorporating under-cupboard lighting, with natural toned worktops and flooring. A cream-coloured composite sink and drainer, with an instant hot water tap, are situated under the window looking into the conservatory, alongside the glazed door. Plumbing is provided for a slimline dishwasher and there is space for a fridge/freezer as well as a freestanding cooker. In addition, the kitchen has a stainless steel extractor hood and tiled splashbacks.
Running the whole length of the living room and kitchen, the conservatory ensures there is room for an additional sitting area to look out over the garden, as well as space for a dining table and chairs. Clever use of space provides a small utility area in the corner with worksurface with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer. With fitted blinds, French doors into the garden and a side door accessing the path to the shed, this extra area is extremely useful.
Doors lead to both bedrooms and the bathroom. A large loft hatch, with pull-down ladder, accesses the fully insulated and boarded roof space, measuring 6.5m x 5.5m, that has two Velux windows and makes an ideal hobby room.
This double bedroom has a good range of ‘Hammonds’ built-in wardrobes, incorporating a dressing unit, and is lovely and bright with two windows, one to the side and another to the front aspect.
Another double bedroom with a window to the side elevation and ample room for associated bedroom furniture.
Ceramic tiled flooring in a natural tone is the backdrop to the white suite that consists of a bath with shower attachment over and a close-coupled W.C. and wash basin inset to a vanity unit, all with tiled splashbacks. An obscure glazed window is at the side aspect and a chrome heated towel rail completes this room.
To the front of 15 Siddons Close there is a small lawn area with established planted borders and hedges softening the brick wall boundary to the rear garden. Two steps lead to the front door.
To the side of the bungalow is a car port with wooden panel sides and a poly carbonate roof; this area shelters a gravel drive with room for 3-4 vehicles. Here there is space for the bins to be stored and a gate accessing the rear garden. Integrated at the back of the carport is a wooden shed which is accessed from inside the back garden.
Adjacent to the carport is a small gravel area that has room for an additional 1-2 vehicles.
The south-westerly facing rear garden is a lovely sunny spot with a variety of flowering plants, red robin, climbing Montana Reubens clematis and sedums in the borders. A gravelled area with rockery heads up to the lawned area and beyond that there is a summerhouse on hardstanding. A path leads down the side of the conservatory to the shed found at the back of the carport and a gate accesses the parking area.
The bustling market town of Oundle, with its thriving shops, restaurants and businesses, is well known for its Public School. It is also home to Prince William Secondary School, the Stahl Theatre and The Talbot Hotel, a former 16th century coaching inn.
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 the rail and road networks.
What the vendor loves about their home……
The current owner loves the location of their bungalow, in the popular market town of Oundle with beautiful surrounding countryside and walks on the doorstep, yet within walkable distance to the centre.
All mains services are connected.
Council Tax: Band C
Gas radiator central heating
No forward chain
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