An imposing modern, end-of-terrace house with three double-bedrooms, which was a former show home. It has generous sized accommodation (134.0 sq m) including: cloakroom, study, dressing area and en-suite shower room to the principle bedroom, driveway and garage. This contemporary property has much to offer.
Benefiting from neutral decoration and carpets throughout, chrome light switches and sockets, gas central heating and good-sized gardens, we would recommend an internal viewing.
The entrance hall is accessed through a partially glazed composite door. Stairs rise to the first floor and doors access all ground floor rooms.
The modern white suite consists of a pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC. Cream tiles cover the floor, and an obscure window is situated at the front of the property.
The family living room has space for a dining table, and there are windows to two aspects of the room. There is a cupboard under the stairs, and French doors, with casement windows, lead out to the garden.
This well-appointed kitchen is stylishly designed with cream gloss wall and base units, and co-ordinating black gloss granite worktops, with a single drainer sink unit. Integrated appliances include: an eye-level oven and grill, with built-in gas hob and stainless-steel extractor hood over, a built-in fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. The kitchen is extremely light and airy, enhanced by ceiling spotlights, a window to the front elevation and French doors out to the garden.
A home office is situated at the front of house, off the hallway, with a window to the side aspect.
Dog-leg stairs rise from the entrance hall to the first floor, with a window to the side elevation.
The spacious double bedroom has windows to both aspects, ensuring light floods in.
Another light room with an obscure window to the side elevation, creamed tiled gloss floor tiles and co-ordinating neutral-coloured splash tiling. The white suite consists of a pedestal wash hand basin, low-level WC and a bath with mixer shower. Additionally, there is a heated towel rail and extractor fan.
Double bedroom is at the front of the property, with a box bay window, with a feature deep sill, and a further window overlooking the side garden.
A Velux window allows ample light to enter, and a cupboard houses the hot water cylinder.
The main suite is built into the eaves, which has two Velux rooflights. A door leads off to a dressing area with built-in wardrobes and a Velux window. From here a door accesses the shower room.
With ceiling spotlights and a Velux rooflight, this bright space has cream-coloured gloss tiled flooring and a heated towel rail. The suite comprises a shower cubicle, wall mounted wash hand basin and low-level WC. A heated towel rail and tiled splashbacks finish the room.
The front of the house is extremely appealing with a low retaining wall, pathway to the front door and mature planted areas. In addition, the side garden has an established tree as the main focal point with a circular bench around the trunk, a lawned area and mature borders.
On the other side of the house is the main garden, which has a patio, a lawned area and decking, which would be ideal for al fresco dining. A gate at the back of the garden leads to a single garage and driveway for off-road parking.
Herne Road is a short walk from the centre of Oundle, which is a picturesque, thriving market town in the pretty rural county of Northamptonshire. It has a bustling high street with independent shops, pubs, restaurants, theatre and marina, making it an exciting and attractive place to live. It is well known for its Public School and beautiful Barnwell Country Park, which is situated on the edge of town. Peterborough, Kettering, Corby and Stamford are within a 15-mile radius, providing good road and rail links.
Council Tax Band D
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