Positioned on a corner plot on the quiet cul-de-sac of Wyatt Way in Oundle, is this well presented, four bedroomed, detached home with a garage and driveway.
The property is neutrally decorated throughout, including the flooring, creating a fresh and airy atmosphere. It is conveniently located within walking distance of the centre of this market town, Oundle.
The Georgian town of Oundle has a bustling centre of shops, restaurants and businesses and excellent school options, from primary to sixth form. With weekly markets and various community events Oundle has much to offer, set within rural countryside and within a 15-mile radius of Peterborough, Kettering, Corby and Stamford, all providing excellent road and rail links.
Entry to the home is via a spacious entrance hall. The staircase leads to the first floor with a mid-stairs window providing natural light, and making a bright and welcoming first impression. There is a useful storage cupboard, and white wooden glazed doors lead from the hall into a WC, kitchen, dining room and living room.
A practical downstairs cloakroom comprising a white WC and wall mounted hand basin with an obscure window to the front.
The kitchen has been recently refitted with contemporary cream Shaker style units, a wood-effect worksurface and gloss tiled splash back. An integrated under counter fridge and gas hob, with oven and extractor fan, work alongside the ample cupboard space. A 1.5 bowl sink and drainer are positioned under the window to the rear garden. There is also space for a dishwasher unit, and the utility room leads from the kitchen.
Accessed from the kitchen and with a half-glazed door to the side of the property, the utility room offers a large storage cupboard and a worksurface to match the kitchen, with plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer.
From the entrance hall is the dining room, conveniently located next to the kitchen. With a neutral carpet and pale toned walls, the room is bright with a large window overlooking the rear garden.
With a bow window to the front of the house, the living room is spacious and light, stretching the length of the property. Double French doors lead out to the back garden, and outdoor seating and entertaining area. The neutral palate and carpet are continued and there is a lockable door leading to the conservatory.
This wood-framed conservatory is positioned to the west of the property, to catch the evening sun. Surrounded by mature shrubs, it’s a great addition to the living space within the home.
A dog-leg staircase with open balustrade leads to the neutrally carpeted first-floor landing, which houses the airing cupboard.
The spacious, carpeted main bedroom, with a range of built-in wardrobes, has a window to the rear and side of the building, and is neutrally decorated. A door leads into the en-suite shower room.
The en-suite shower room consists of a new white suite including a WC, vanity unit with fitted wash basin, and a large corner shower enclosure with mixer shower. An obscure window to the front aspect brings in natural light, and the room is finished with wood effect flooring.
This single bedroom to the rear of the property, which is decorated with a neutral palette, would also work well as an office or possibly a nursery. A window overlooks the garden.
A stylish, modern bathroom, consists of a white suite with a fitted vanity unit containing the WC and wash basin. The bath has a glass side screen and shower over. Crisp white tiles surround the bathroom, and there is an obscure window to the front elevation.
This double bedroom, with a fitted wardrobe, is positioned at the rear of the house, and has a great space for various other bedroom furniture.
The third bedroom has a window overlooking the front aspect. Another bright double bedroom with space for various furniture.
On approach, this home has a substantial plot of land at the entrance to the cul-de-sac. Mature trees and shrubs border the house and there is a gravel driveway leading to a single garage, and to a gate providing direct access to the rear garden.
The enclosed rear garden is a great size with a paved patio leading to the side entrance of the garage, bordered with pretty planting. Timber fencing surrounds the garden and lawn area with a large gravel seating area adjacent to the property. A garden shed is located in one corner to provide additional outdoor storage.
This detached home has been recently decorated throughout, and provides ample space on a good-sized plot, whilst providing plenty of storage solutions in a versatile living space.
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