This detached four bedroom family home in a desirable development, just on the edge of the market town of Oundle. A house with ‘kerb-appeal’ with the cream-rendered front aspect and tarmac driveway for two cars, it also boasts a converted garage, and solar panels.
A covered front door leads into small, light hallway with doors to both receptions and the cloakroom.
The downstairs cloakroom has tiled flooring, a radiator and has room for coats. A white suite comprising a pedestal wash hand basin and low-level W.C.
Currently used as a music room, the original single garage has been tastefully converted to another reception room that could be a home-office, playroom or workroom. There is a large window to the front aspect and laminated wood flooring. A small archway at the rear of the room leads to two large integral utility cupboards, one that houses a freezer, and the other has a dryer and hanging space.
Running the depth of the house, from front to back, the lounge diner is carpeted. Stairs rise to the first floor from the living room, with an under-stair cupboard for useful storage. A large window to the front aspect gives a lovely light feeling to this spacious room. The dining area is roomy, and there is space for a large family table by the side of the French windows leading out to the rear garden.
A good size kitchen, leading off the dining room, with ceramic floor tiles. It has plenty of wall-mounted and base units and space for a washing machine. There is gas 5-ring burner hob and extractor hood over, a double electric oven. There is a larder cupboard, an integrated fridge, integrated dishwasher and a stainless-steel sink underneath a window overlooking the garden. A door leads out directly to the rear garden.
Dog-leg carpeted staircase leads from the living room to the galleried landing. There is access to the loft which is boarded.
The main bedroom is a very well proportioned double, with a window to the front. There are triple fitted wardrobes offering plenty of storage and space for further furniture.
With ceramic floor tiles and an obscured window to the front, the en suite consists of a basin set into vanity unit, a low-level W.C. a corner shower, and contemporary tiling.
The second bedroom is another double with a window overlooking the garden and benefits from a built in wardrobe.
This room is a good-sized single bedroom with a window to the rear of the property.
Bedroom four, a single room is currently used as an office but could also be a bedroom.
The well appointed family bathroom with a bath and shower mixer attachment, a WC and pedestal hand wash- basin. There are ceramic tiles to the floor and wall tiles in grey ceramic strips, recessed ceiling lights, an obscured window to the side aspect.
On approach, 33 Lytham Park has a tarmac driveway providing off road parking for two vehicles and is bordered by established planting.
Across the width of the house there is a flagstone patio, with low stone walls dividing it from a lawn. At the back there is a raised section for a children’s play area and a raised terrace made with gabions. There are two large garden sheds for storage. The garden feels very private and is completely enclosed with wood fencing, and a side return leads to a gate to the front.
Oundle, an historic market town, lies just five miles from the Cambridgeshire border and is conveniently situated seven miles from the A14 and ten miles from the A1 motorway. Nearby Peterborough, Kettering and Corby all offer direct train links to London in under an hour.
Amongst the town’s facilities there are many traditional independent shops, three supermarkets, several public houses, some with accommodation, library, health centre, and a hotel. It has excellent schooling for all ages, including the prestigious Oundle Public School. The extensive and beautiful Barnwell Park is nearby. Oundle is a thriving area in which to live and work.
All mains services connected
Council Tax: Band D
Service Charges Apply (£200 pa for 2022)
Solar Panels on FIT tariff
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