This naturally light detached home has all that the growing family needs with a study, downstairs cloakroom, en-suite bathroom and four good-sized bedrooms. Externally there are beautifully tended gardens, the rear being south-facing, and a garage and driveway.
9 Wentworth Drive is situated off Glapthorn Road and set on a sizeable plot. Neutrally decorated and with natural toned flooring, this property is ready to move into. Internal viewing is highly recommended.
This light and airy hall has laminate flooring, doors to all ground floor rooms and stairs rising to the first floor.
Off the hallway, the downstairs cloakroom has a pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks and a low-level W.C. An obscure glazed window is to the front aspect.
A good size space for the whole family to gather, the reception room has a fitted gas fire as a focal point and two windows giving lovely views over the rear garden. Being south-facing, this is a naturally light room.
Positioned off the living room, previously having double doors that can be reinstated, the dining room has patio doors that lead out to the patio.
Situated through a door off the living area and located at the front of the house with a window overlooking Wentworth Drive, this room would make an ideal study or hobby room.
With a good range of light wood effect wall and base cupboards with complementary worksurfaces and tiled splashbacks, the spacious kitchen has been well-appointed. A coloured 1.5 bowl single drainer sink unit is placed under the large window to the front elevation and there is an integrated dishwasher and fitted AEG electric oven with five-ring gas hob and extractor hood over. Plumbing is provided for a washing machine and there is under-counter space for a fridge. A half-glazed door leads to:
The area between the side of the property and the garage has been incorporated as part of the house and now provides a really useful area for storage or coats and there is also space for the fridge freezer. A two-bar wall mounted heater and vinyl flooring complete this room.
An extremely bright and airy landing with open balustrades, a window to the side elevation and a loft hatch. There is also an airing cupboard with hot water tank and shelving.
A good-sized main bedroom with sliding door Hammonds wardrobes built into the recess and a window to the rear aspect. A door opens into:
Fitted with an electric Triton shower with glass folding screen, a pedestal wash hand basin and low-level W.C., the en-suite has white tiling to half-height and grey ceramic floor tiling. Additionally, there are ceiling downlighters, and a chrome heated towel rail.
This double bedroom is situated at the rear of the house with a window looking over the garden.
A further double, this bedroom has a window to the front elevation.
With a window to the front aspect, the single bedroom is a good size.
The family bathroom has a white suite comprising a 'p'-shaped bath with electric Triton shower and glass screen, a pedestal wash hand basin and a low-level W.C. With white tiling to dado height and grey tiled flooring, this space feels fresh and light. A Velux window and chrome heated towel rail finish the room.
To the front of this family home is a lawned garden with planted borders and a block-paved pathway leading to the canopied entrance door.
The block-paved driveway has room for two vehicles in front of the single garage that has an up and over door and power and light connected. A personal door at the rear opens into the back garden.
Having been well-maintained and lovingly cared for, the substantial south-facing garden is a lovely spot to entertain and relax. There is a full width patio at the rear of the house, part of which has an arbour, and a low retaining wall with a couple of steps up to the lawn. The perimeters have established borders with a variety of shrubs, trees and plants and is fence enclosed. A path leads along the side of the house with gated access to the front garden.
Oundle is a thriving market town in the pretty rural county of Northamptonshire. It is well known for its school facilities, independent shops, restaurants, theatre, marina and Barnwell Country Park on the edge of town. Peterborough, Kettering, Corby and Stamford are within a 15-mile radius, providing good rail and road links.
What The Owners Love About Their Home!
The property has an unusual layout offering good sized rooms, it is warm, very homely and is naturally light due to the South facing garden.
The area is unspoilt with country walks and pretty neighbouring villages surrounding and with the town being within easy reach makes it a great home for all.
All Mains Services
Gas Central Heating
Council Tax Band: E
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