Ideally situated in the centre of the market town of Thrapston is this ground floor one bedroom property. With a range of shops, pubs, restaurants and local leisure facilities, along with countryside walks all within easy walking distance, Grove Road is a great location.
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.
Entry to the property is from a communal entrance area. Entering into the home is through a secure wooden door and into a central entrance hall with airing cupboard for storage, the hallway is carpeted and has neutral decoration which continues throughout the home.
To the end of the entrance hall is the spacious, carpeted living room, that could easily host living room furniture as well as a dining table if desired. One window overlooks the front of the property and to the rear are French doors leading onto a small porch area and to the property’s parking area.
Accessed via an open doorway from the hall, this kitchen has oak effect cupboards to contrast with the black granite effect work surfaces and dark tiled flooring. The kitchen benefits from an integrated electric oven and a gas hob, a stainless-steel sink and drainer with mixer tap and there is room for a free-standing fridge freezer as well as plumbing for a washing machine. A window over the sink overlooks the rear of the property.
Opposite the kitchen and bathroom is the homes double bedroom, this bright room has a window to the front.
A good-sized bathroom styled to a modern finish with contemporary dark tiles and flooring. The fitted white suite contrasts with the décor and consists of a pedestal wash basin, WC, and bath with an electric shower. An obscured window to the rear of the property allows the room to have natural light.
The property is set within a block of four flats and is one of the two ground floor homes. The communal entrance area is bright and can be accessed from the front and also from the residents private parking and garden area to the rear. There is an allocated parking space for one vehicle with the property and also the added benefit of French doors to gain instant access to the outdoor space via a sheltered porch area.
This ground floor home is neat in design and offers a convenient amount of space with allocated parking and double glazing and is within easy distance to the bustling town centre.
65 year lease.
Council Tax Band A
Annual maintenance charge applies - £1000pa 2021.
Ground rent: £100pa 2021.
Mains service connected, electric heating.
Estimated likely rental income: £550 pcm
No onward chain.
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