Treen Close is located on the popular Lazy Acre development of the market town of Thrapston. This two-bedroom home is situated within walking distance to all facilities available in the town including shops, pubs, primary school, doctors and dentist, plus rural and riverside walks.
This practical home offers convenience in a popular location with off road parking, simple and neutrally decorated the home is ready to be moved into.
Entry to the home is from a sheltered porch area with an outdoor storage cupboard. There is a good-sized entrance hall that leads into the kitchen and to the rear living room. Carpeted stairs lead to the first floor and the neutral decoration within the hallway continues throughout the home.
To the rear of the house is the spacious living room, carpeted and with a wall mounted fire this room could easily host living room furniture as well as a dining table if desired. Large patio doors lead directly out to the rear garden.
Leading from the hallway the stairs lead to the first-floor landing, bedrooms and bathroom.
Accessed via an open archway from the hall, the kitchen layout provides ample cupboard space with an integrated electric oven and hob, a stainless-steel sink and drainer with mixer tap and room for a free-standing fridge freezer as well as plumbing for a washing machine. This modern kitchen has beech cupboards to contrast with the black granite effect worksurface and dark tiled floor. A window over the sink overlooks the front of the property.
A double bedroom to the rear of the property with a window overlooking the garden. This bright room benefits from a wall of fitted wardrobe space with sliding floor to ceiling mirrors.
Another bright bedroom with neutral decoration and carpet, this room homes the airing cupboard and has a window to the front of the property.
A good-sized bathroom, fitted with a suite consisting of a pedestal wash basin, WC, and bath with an electric shower.
The property is set within a cul-de-sac location with off road parking for one vehicle.
The rear garden is private and secluded and is surrounded by timber fencing and features a useful garden shed. This low maintenance space is mainly laid to gravel with a patio for outdoor dining and a raised planter for added interest.
Thrapston is conveniently located for road network links to the A14 and A45 with train links nearby in the larger towns of Kettering and Huntington. The Rushden Lakes development is a short drive away providing many amenities to include shopping, cinema, and restaurants.
Services: Electric Heating
Council Tax Band: B - £1568
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