Lytham Park, Oundle, Peterborough

Beds 5 Baths3

£425,000

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This modern, stone brick five-bedroom home has been built to reflect the history of the area in an excellent position to explore the local countryside. It is also in an ideal location for accessing the local golf course.
Located in a quiet area that is well positioned for country walks in the neighbouring fields, as well as being easily accessible for the bustling town centre a short drive or comfortable walk away, the present owner has cared for the property, and viewing is recommended to fully appreciate all that is on offer.
The amenities of the marketplace are within walking distance and Oundle has excellent school options from Primary age to sixth form and is also known for hosting various community events within the town.

Entrance Hall

From a canopied entrance, with a modern country charm, the front door opens into the hallway, laid with laminate flooring which leads to the cloakroom, living room and large kitchen diner. There is also an under-stair storage cupboard.

Cloakroom

Fitted with a white suite, the large cloakroom consists of a WC, pedestal wash basin and laminate floor. An obscured window to the front allows natural light into the room.

Living Room (3.8m x 4.5m)

Situated to the front, this lovely room has two windows bringing in light, and a charming fireplace with an electric wood-burner style fire with neutral surround, creates the room’s feature. The flooring continues from the hall, complementing the serene décor. Glazed, double doors lead into the dining area of the kitchen.

Kitchen - Diner (6.5m x3.5m)

The kitchen diner extends across the full width at the back of the house, overlooking the garden. The same flooring from the entrance hall and living room continues into this room, creating a seamless flow to the downstairs living areas. The bright, modern kitchen is fitted to one side of the room with striking red gloss kitchen cabinets, with a dark worksurface consisting of a stainless-steel 1.5 bowl sink unit, with mixer tap, a 5 ring gas hob and extractor hood and an eye-level double oven. Concealed within the gloss cupboards, there are integrated appliances including a fridge/freezer and dishwasher. There is also space for a washing machine. With numerous cupboards for storage, the kitchen is completed with a contrasting tiled splashback, and a door to the garden. The room extends into a large dining area, with access to the living room, with French doors opening out onto the patio.

First Floor Landing

From the entrance hall, the carpeted staircase leads to the first-floor landing, with a window to the side aspect halfway up allowing natural light to flood in.

Bedroom Two (3.8m x 2.9m)

This light and welcoming double bedroom is carpeted and decorated neutrally, with two windows to the front, making the room bright and airy. A door leads into the en-suite shower room.

Ensuite (1.8m x 1.5m)

A modern en-suite fitted with a large shower cubicle, WC and hand basin, with ceramic wall tiles and flooring tiles, with a window to the side.

Bedroom Three (3.4m x 3.5m)

A sizeable, double bedroom is at the rear of the property, with a window overlooking the garden. Fitted with laminate flooring and decorated in calm tones, the room benefits from a fitted wardrobe.

Bedroom Four (3.1m x 2m)

With a window overlooking the rear garden, this single room is decorated in a neutral tone with laminate flooring.

Bathroom (1.8m x 2.1m)

From the landing is the modern bathroom, with a window to the side aspect. The white bath has a mixer shower attachment, and there is a pedestal hand basin and WC. White wall tiles keep the room looking crisp and clean and compliments the neutral-coloured tiled floor.

Bedroom Five (2.4m x 1.9m)

Positioned at the front of the property, and fitted with a wall of wardrobes, this room offers versatility and would make an ideal cot room or study.

Second Floor

Another staircase leads to the second-floor landing, with an airing cupboard and a window overlooking the front elevation. The whole of the second floor is dedicated to the principal suite.

Principal Bedroom (3.7m x 5.4m)

The principal suite has elegant décor and a relaxing atmosphere, covering the entire second floor, providing complete privacy from the rest of the house. The beautiful double room, with a generous number of wardrobes built into the slanted ceiling, is suited to accommodate large bedroom furniture. It has windows at the front and rear of the property, and benefits from an en-suite bathroom.

En suite (1.8m x 2.4m)

A bright, contemporary en-suite, fitted with a white bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, pedestal hand basin and WC, as well as a large, separate shower enclosure. Neutral-coloured tiling surrounds the room, and the flooring is laid with gloss marble tiles. An obscured Velux window, set into the ceiling slope, brings natural light into the room.

Exterior and Tandem Garage (2.8m x 9.8m)

At the front of the property there is established planting with pretty shrubs. A block-paved driveway leads to the tandem garage, which has an up-and-over door. It is fitted with lighting and electrics, has plenty of storage space, and a personal door provides access to the garden.



To the rear of the house is a low-maintenance, courtyard garden. The patio leads from the double doors in the kitchen to the secluded south-facing flagstoned patio area, which is an ideal spot for entertaining. An attractive stone wall, with timber fencing, borders the garden to provide privacy from the neighbouring properties, and the owner has taken advantage of the easy to maintain nature of the outdoor space with decorative potted planting and seating areas.

Oundle is a historic Georgian town in Northamptonshire, with a bustling town centre that offers independent shops, market and restaurants. Located on the edge of the town, Lytham Park is a popular, sought-after residential area, due to the Bovis style of properties and the location within the vibrant market town.
Corby, Stamford, Kettering, and Peterborough are all within 15 miles, and provide access to the rail networks including a fast line to London and having with links major roads.

What the current vendor loves about their home......

The private garden that is a real suntrap is one of the main attractions for the current owner as well as the low-maintenance and running costs. Its proximity for both the town and countryside is an added benefits as is the area's easy access to major road and rail links as well as airports.

Tenure: Freehold
All mains services are connected
No forward chain
Council Tax: Band F
Management Fee: £200pa for 2021/2022

This five bedroom family home enjoys an enviable 144sqm of accommodation to include separate receptions rooms, three bathrooms, a cloakroom, off road parking and a tandem garage.
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