PROPERTY DETAILS

Period Two Bedroom Cottage Recently Improved
WARMINGTON - Guide Price £290,000 - NEW

WARMINGTON - Guide Price £290,000  - NEW

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Details for Property Reference 47CHURCHST

47 Church Street has under gone a recent programme of refurbishment and now offers comfortable two bedroom accommodation incorporating period charm with a contemporary twist, which also includes oil fired central heating and double glazing. The Courtyard Garden offers a small brick outhouse with scope to convert to a home office, or similar, subject to planning permission. The property is available with no onward chain.

Warmington is an attractive village set close to the River Nene, offering facilities including two shops, a school and a popular public house/restuarant. This historic town of Oundle lies about 2 miles away and offers a range of family run shops, businesses and restaurants set around the Georgian market place. There are good sports and leisure facilities and a choice of excellent schooling. Peterborough lies about 10 miles to the north-east and offers an extensive range of facilities as well as a fast main line rail service to London King’s Cross, with journey times from about 48 minutes.

47 & 49 Church Street are located along a private footpath just off Church Street, having been the original Methodist Chapel in the village which is believed to have been converted to dwellings in the 1900's

Porch: Bespoke oak and glazed door with matching side panel to:-

Entrance Hall: Cloak rail, shoe storage, flagged floor, radiator, part glazed and oak ledged door through to the:-

Lounge/Dining Room: 23'5" x 9'7" (7.14m x 2.92m)A pair of large sash windows with oak sills to the west, fireplace with timber lintel fitted wood burning stove on a flagged hearth, oak shelving either side of the chimney breast, flagged stone floor throughout, oak and glazed doors to both the stairs and kitchen, radiators, power points.

Kitchen: 12'11" x 7'7" (3.94m x 2.31m) A traditional range of units to two walls, with fitted work tops, inset 1£¼ bowl single drainer sink with mixer tap, inset Bosch induction hob with stainless steel extractor hood over, eye level Neff double oven, built in Fridge/Freezer, plumbing for automatic washing machine, Victorian style iron fireplace, quarry tiled floor, radiator, power points, window over looking the courtyard garden.

First Floor Landing: Oak flooring, window to the east and small stained glass and leaded light window, Cottage ledged doors to bedrooms and bathroom.

Bedroom 1: 11'5" x 9'11" (3.48m x 3.02m) Window to the west with open views radiator, tv and power

Bedroom 2: 15'1" x 7'5" (4.60m x 2.26) Fitted cupboard, radiator, power points

Bathroom: A white suite comprising a panelled bath with mixer tap & shower attachment, electric shower unit over, wash basin and Low Suite WC. tiled splashbacks, oak flooring.

Outside: The property is accessed by a private flagged footpath from Church Street, which is for the sole use of number 47 and the adjacent neighbour number 49. Number 47 is the first property to be reached and the courtyard garden is to the left of the property as you approach. The space is enclosed by a stone wall with a small brick and pantile roof store opposite. The Store: 14’11” x 5’2” (4.55m x 1.57m) with insulated ceiling, concrete floor, Worcester oil fired boiler, strip light, power points.



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