West Street Mews, Oundle, Peterborough

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This handsome three bedroom mid-terrace town house lies off West Street in the market town of Oundle close to the centre, built to a high specification in 2004.

It comprises, over three floors, a large living room, a well appointed kitchen, garden/dining room, and two en-suite double bedrooms, a further shower room and a third bedroom/study the entire length of the top floor. The house has gas central heating, solid wood internal doors, is wooden double glazed and has a beautiful courtyard garden.

Entrance Hall

An imposing paved entrance flanked by brick posts leads to the canopied front door that is part-glazed, allowing plenty of light into the herringbone wood-floored hallway beyond. The hallway leads to the sitting room and stairs to the first floor. Recessed lights in the downstairs rooms make for stylish unobtrusive lighting.

Downstairs Cloakroom

With a corner hand-basin, W.C and ceramic tiled floor.

Living Room (4.8 x 5.2)

A large, wonderfully light room has a window to the rear garden, and a stone fireplace fitted with a gas fire. Ample room is available for living room furniture, and a charming alcove has space for a desk or shelves. There is an under-stairs cupboard for storage, and carpeted steps down to the garden room. A double set of glass doors leads through to the kitchen.

Kitchen Breakfast Room (2.8 x 4.9)

This good-sized kitchen is well-equipped, with room for a breakfast table and chairs. It has ceramic-tiled floor, and a range of base and wall mounted units with granite worktops, incorporating a large built-in freezer and separate tall integrated fridge. Additionally, there is a Neff double electric oven, a gas hob and a stainless steel splashback and extractor hood. A large utility cupboard contains larder shelves and room for a washer/dryer.

Garden Room (2.8 x 3)

Carpeted steps from the living room lead to a beautifully light room with full-length windows and a door to the rear garden, currently used as a formal dining area.

First Floor

The wide carpeted stairs, with painted wood balustrade and handrail, lead to the landing and the first-floor double bedrooms.

Principal Bedroom (3 x 4.4)

This spacious room has fitted double wardrobes and a window with a beautiful far-reaching view over gardens to the hills beyond.

En-Suite Bathroom

With an obscure glazed window to the rear aspect, the en-suite has a corner power shower, W.C., pedestal wash hand-basin, and a bath with a central mixer tap and hand-held shower head.

Bedroom Two (3 x 5)

Another large double room with a window to the front aspect and two white fitted wardrobes, with plenty of hanging space and shelves.

En-Suite Shower Room

This room has a shower, W.C and wash hand-basin, and some useful bathroom cupboard space.

Stairs and Landing to Second Floor

A dog-leg staircase leads to the second floor, naturally lit by a Velux window. On the top landing there are some fitted bookshelves, and a double door to the third bedroom and one to the shower room. A hatch accesses the loft, which is boarded and has a light and ladder.

Bedroom Three (3 x 9.3)

Previously two rooms, this amazing versatile space runs the length of the house with windows to the front and far-reaching views to the rear aspect. With some sloping ceilings it provides an under-eaves cupboard and has room for beds, office furniture, or could be used as a bedroom/playroom or guest suite.

Shower Room (1.8 x 2.6)

From the landing lies a door to a fully tiled room with a corner power-shower with wash hand-basin and W.C, and a Velux window. There is also a large storage shelf under the eaves.


The private south-facing courtyard garden has trellises, mature roses and other shrubs. There is a garden shed and steps to the garden have a central paved area for a large garden table and chairs, plus room for other seating. A well-stocked bed against the house wall adds colour.

At the front of the property, separated by a low wall is allocated parking for two cars, with adequate turning space, and the driveway to the main street is quiet and private.

The market town of Oundle is an historic and pretty place, just five miles from the Cambridgeshire border and 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.

Facilities that include many traditional independent shops, three supermarkets, several public houses, some with accommodation and its green spaces make it a very pleasant place in which to live and work. There is also a library, health centre, and hotel, plus excellent schooling for all ages including the prestigious Oundle Public School. The extensive and beautiful Barnwell Park is nearby.

What the vendors love about their home....
The close proximity to the characterful town centre yet tucked away with the added benefit of off road parking. The property itself is beautifully light with lots of space and has a great community feel with the neighbours.

Tenure: Freehold
Council Tax: Band E
No Forward Chain
Gas Central Heating
All mains services are connected
Management Fees apply - £100pa for communal car park and surrounds

Aspire are delighted to offer for sale a modern town house in central Oundle with off road parking, a garden room, two double bedrooms with en-suites and a further bedroom and office.
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