Formerly the old estate office, this beautiful, detached stone building has a pantile roof and is set behind a hedge frontage with a central path to the front door. This is a lovely symmetrical property that offers a front garden, off road parking to the rear and oil-fired central heating. Having undergone a recent modernisation programme, it is presented in newly decorated condition with recently fitted kitchen and bathroom and new flooring throughout with the added benefit of high ceilings and good quality ironmongery to windows and doors. Available immediately to rent,
The combined living, kitchen and dining room is entered from the main door directly into this all-purpose room. The window at the front overlooks the garden and beyond that, the dovecote opposite; there is also a window to the rear aspect. A good range of cream coloured wall and basin units provide ample storage with complimentary worksurfaces over, with neutral-coloured tiled splashbacks, and incorporating a stainless-steel single drainer sink unit. There is space for a free-standing cooker, under the stainless-steel extractor hood, as well as room for a fridge and washing machine. Ceiling downlighters and neutral laminate flooring makes this a bright and fresh feeling room. Plenty of space remains for a dining table and chairs and a small settee.
This lovely double room, with new carpet, has a window to both aspects ensuring loads of natural light floods in. Two cupboards provide good storage space. A door leads to:
Recently refitted, the contemporary white suite comprises a fully tiled corner shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and a low-level W.C. An obscure glazed window is to the rear aspect and laminate adorns the floor.
Dividing the main living space from the bedroom is a small inner lobby with space for hanging coats and the same laminate flooring flows from the main living space.
Set back from the road, the front garden has two areas, one paved with a hedge boundary, and the other laid to lawn with a hedge boundary; between the two is a central path to the front door.
Off road parking is provided behind the property on a gravelled area.
Wadenhoe is set in beautiful, rural East Northamptonshire, with picturesque country lanes lined with thatched cottages. This historic village is over 800 years old and was even mentioned in the Doomsday Book. Full of charm, there is a village pub and tea-room set beside the River Nene and the Market towns of Thrapston and Oundle are both within a 10-mile drive with further amenities.
Available immediately on a 12 month agreement
Oil fired central heating
Septic tank - Estate Trust will invoice accordingly
Council Tax: Band B
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