A rare chance to purchase a two bedroom-terraced house, a couple of minutes-walk from Oundle marketplace and Waitrose, with off-road parking and good-sized gardens.
This home is in move-in condition with an abundance of natural light throughout. It has been decorated throughout in neutral tones.
The well appointed kitchen has cream Shaker-style units with oak worksurfaces, and the shower room is fitted with a double shower with contemporary floor and tiling.
All-in-all, this neat and tidy home offers modern accommodation close to town, with a spacious feel both internally and externally.
A uPVC double glazed door, with canopy over, leads into the lobby, where there is laminate flooring and carpeted stairs rising to the first floor. A door opens into:
The lovely bright reception room has a recently fitted gas fire with marble surround, which creates a natural focal point. A large window to the front elevation allows daylight to flood in. Laminate flooring continues from the entrance lobby into the living room. Ceiling coving completes this room. A door leads to:
Running the width of the back of the house, this room is light and airy with two windows overlooking the rear garden, and a partially glazed door which opens onto the patio area.
The kitchen is fitted with a good range of cream coloured wall and base Shaker style units, with a useful pull-out pantry cupboard, all with under-cupboards, kickboards, lighting and solid wood worksurfaces over. White metro style tiled splashbacks emphasise the modern feel, as does the Karndean flooring, flowing through to the dining area. Integrated appliances include: an eye-level electric oven and gas hob, with stainless-steel extractor hood over. The 1.5 bowl stainless-steel sink unit sits under one of the windows, which looks out over the lovingly cared for garden.
The dining area has ample room for a table and chairs, and a louvre door conceals the under-stairs storage space.
This is another light space. The landing has doors to all first-floor rooms, and a hatch to the insulated loft.
An extremely spacious double bedroom, providing an over-stairs cupboard, lies to the front of the house, with two windows overlooking the front aspect.
Another light and spacious double bedroom, which is situated at the rear of the property with views over the garden.
The contemporary bathroom has been well styled with wainscot wood panelling, dark ceramic floor tiling to compliment the modern white suite and ceiling downlighters. The room comprises a walk-in double shower cubicle, with glass doors and white mosaic tiles, a large wash hand basin, inset to a vanity cupboard, and a low-level W.C. The bathroom has an obscure glazed window.
7 Ashton Road is a short walk from the heart of the pretty market town of Oundle, and has the benefit of plenty of on-road parking at the front of the house, as well as gated off-road parking at the back of the plot, accessed via Masons Close.
The front garden is a good size with a low picket fenced boundary, and a gate opening onto the path leading to the entrance door. A gravelled area provides the perfect place for planted pots. Across the street there are no houses overlooking the property, but instead there are a variety of trees offering privacy.
At the rear of the South facing garden, off-road parking for one car has been provided through double wooden gates. This area is fenced off from the rest of the garden, but does not affect the size or outlook of the main garden. There is a patio off the kitchen/dining room, and a low retaining wall lies in front of the path leading along the length of the lawn to the rear patio. The borders are planted with a variety of shrubs and flowers, including a lovely lilac tree. One side of the garden has a gravelled area, ideal for positioning sun-loving potted plants.
Oundle is a picturesque, thriving market town in the pretty rural county of Northamptonshire. It has a bustling high street, with independent shops, pubs, restaurants, theatre and marina, making it an exciting and attractive place to live. It is well known for its Public School and beautiful Barnwell Country Park, which is situated on the edge of town. Peterborough, Kettering, Corby and Stamford are within a 15-mile radius, providing good road and rail links.
What the vendor loves about their home.....
The current owner has lived in Oundle for 40 years and loves the community spirit this lovely market town offers. Of particular attraction to the vendor of her home is the short distance from the heart of the town, being just a few minutes walk away as well as the size of the rooms.
Council Tax: Band B
All mains services are connected
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