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5 bedroom property for sale

Oundle, Northamptonshire, PE8

Sold STC £445,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II listed period property within the town centre
  • Off road parking and garden with access via East Road
  • Formerly a pair of shops now converted to a single dwelling
  • Many period features remain
  • Currently four reception rooms and large kitchen/breakfast/living room
  • Scope to re-model and improve
  • In excess of 2,700 square feet of accommodation Gross Internal Area
  • 3 minutes walk to both the new Waitrose and the Market Place

Full description

A unique period home with five bedrooms, gardens and off road parking, set close to the Market Place.

* Sitting Room * Family Room * Study * Snug * Kitchen/breakfast/living room * Utility Room * Main Bedroom with En Suite Bathroom * Family Bathroom * Two Further Bedrooms To The First Floor * Two Bedrooms To The Second Floor * Rear Garden With Vehicular Access From East Road *

The property is situated mid-way along North Street, not farfrom Parson Latham's Hospital Alms Houses     (Grade II) and The Berrystead (GradeI). North Street leads directly from the historic Market Place which issurrounded by a range of traditional family run businesses, shops andrestaurants. Also within the town is a theatre, library and good sportingfacilities. There is an excellent choice of school for all age groups.More extensive facilities, as well as main line rail travel are available inPeterborough about 12 miles away (Kings Cross 50 mins). 

This period stone property of seventeenth century origins offers a rare opportunity to create a substantial family home within minutes of the Market Place and Waitrose. Constructed using coursed limestone under a Collyweston slate roof there is much scope to develop the property into a spacious town centre residence. The accommodation is arranged over three floors, to the ground floor the nineteenth century shop fronts remain and behind each of which the former retail area is currently used as a study and a snug. From the snug enclosed stairs rise to the first floor. There are exposed beams an inglenook fireplace and a door leads to a passageway and on through to the large kitchen/breakfast/living room. The left-hand former shop area is currently the study with exposed beams, brick fireplace and large store cupboard. A door to the rear also leads to the kitchen beyond. The kitchen is approximately 22' x 13' with units to one half, the remaining area offers ample space for a large table and chairs. Doors lead out to the rear hall from which there is a utility room and access to the rear garden. A further door leads to an inner lobby and the main sitting room with  family room beyond. From the sitting room enclosed stairs rise to the first floor.
The first floor accommodation includes a main bedroom with large en suite bathroom and freestanding roll top bath with ball & claw feet. Stairs rise from the main bedroom to an attic dressing room on the second floor. From the main landing are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom fitted with a modern white suite. A further landing accessed via the staircase from the snug benefits from a window overlooking the rear garden to the east and over the roof tops to the open countryside beyond. The landing also gives access to the en suite bathroom serving the main bedroom and on wards up to the remaining second floor bedroom.
Externally the rear garden in approximately 100' feet in length, there is considerable off road parking and private vehicular access is gained via East Road. There is a decked area and the garden is predominately low maintenance hard surfacing although there is considerable scope for landscaping and the creation of a private town centre haven.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
06 September 2016


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