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Hemington, Near Oundle

Property Features

  • Annexe
  • Double Garage
  • Village Location
  • Conservatory
  • Upgraded Property
  • Two Bathrooms
£530,000
For Sale
Oundle
  • Type: Semi-Detached House
  • Availability: For Sale
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold

Property Summary

This village property has so much to offer with a double width plot, separate annex, four bedrooms and a delightful garden!

Full Details

Situated in the small village of Hemington, just five miles east of Oundle, this family home has more to offer than most. With four large bedrooms, a dual aspect reception room, fantastic open plan kitchen conservatory and a separate annexe it would make an ideal multi-generation property. Externally this home enjoys a good size private garden, off street parking and a double garage. The current vendors of this property have continually upgraded their home over the years to include a newly fitted boiler in 2021, replaced most windows and doors, conservatory still under warranty. An internal viewing is recommended.

Tenure: Freehold
Council Tax: Band D
Oil Fired Heating
All Other Mains Services Connected
Solar Panels (Owned with FIT)

Entrance Hall Entering through a uPVC door with glazed side panels, the spacious hallway has tiled flooring and carpeted stairs rise to the first floor. A large cupboard provides good storage space.

Living Room 3.9m x 7m (12'9" x 22'11") With dual aspect, the main reception room has French doors opening onto a patio area in the back garden. The main feature of this good sized living space is the feature chimney breast with a multi-fuel burner inset and tiled hearth. Both recesses to the side of the chimney have built-in display shelving.

Kitchen 6m x 3.9m (19'8" x 12'9") A fantastic range of neutral wall and base units with under-cupboard lighting has an integrated induction hob and extractor hood, eye-level oven and microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Under-counter space is provided for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A large ceramic sink sits under the window to the side aspect and modern metro tiled splashbacks add to the contemporary feel. The tiled flooring provides zoned underfloor heating for both the kitchen and conservatory. An under-stairs cupboard adds even further storage space.

Conservatory 4.2m x 3.6m (13'9" x 11'9") Open from the kitchen, the conservatory gives uninterrupted views over the garden and beyond to a copse of trees.

Bathroom 2.3m x 3m (7'6" x 9'10") Another large room, the family bathroom comprises a bath, separate shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and a low-level W.C. With tiled flooring and wet panel walls, the bathroom also has an obscure window to the side aspect and a heated towel rail.

First Floor Landing The stairs rise to a central landing with two bedrooms on either side.

Main Bedroom & En Suite 3.6m x 4m and 3.5m x 2.3m (11'9" x 13'1" and 11'5" x 7'6") Situated at the back of the property with a window overlooking the rear garden, the principal bedroom has Sharps floor to ceiling sliding door wardrobes to three walls that have been thoughtfully configured to give maximum storage. A loft hatch gives access to one of the two roof voids.
Hidden behind one of the sliding door wardrobes in the main bedroom is a good-sized en-suite with vinyl flooring and a window to the side elevation. The suite consists of a deep shower cubicle with wet panels, a low-level W.C. and a free-standing cupboard with a built-in sink.

Bedroom Two 3.9m x 3.4m (12'9" x 11'1") This sizeable double room has a window to the front aspect.

Bedroom Three 2.9m x 3.6m (9'6" x 11'9") A window is situated to the rear elevation and a further hatch accesses the loft.

Bedroom Four 2.8m x 3.4m (9'2" x 11'1") Positioned at the front of the property, with a window overlooking trees to the front aspect, bedroom four has built-in cupboards and shelves.

Annexe 5.5m x 6m (18'0" x 19'8") One of the many salient features of this family home is the annexe above the double garage. Accessed via a glazed personal door in the garden, this space has stairs at the rear of the garage rising to the surprisingly large main room. Two slim windows to the rear elevation give glorious views over open countryside as well as two dormer windows to the front aspect. This large room has a multitude of uses and is currently used as a treatment room. Added storage is provided with the two eaves cupboards and the loft space. In addition, there is a cloakroom with a pedestal wash hand basin and low-level W.C.

Exterior Positioned on a double width plot, 12 Main Street has a double garage with two up and over doors, above which is the annexe. This has potential (subject to planning permissions) to become a separate two bedroom dwelling, plans are available.
A paved driveway in front of the garage provides off street parking for a number of vehicles. Additionally the front garden has a lawn with slate areas for planting and a hedge boundary with gate opening onto a path leading to the front door.
The peaceful rear garden is extremely private and has different zones to add interest. There is gated access from the front, beyond which there is a wood and bin storage area. The path leads passed the side of the garage into the main garden that has a summerhouse and large shed. A deck path leads from the conservatory to a wooden gazebo that houses a salt-water hot tub to enjoy the serenity of the setting. Beyond the gazebo is a small orchard with a variety of fruit trees and a large lawn area is off the patio.



Hemington is proud of its lively community, with the village hall and church arranging numerous activities for all ages. Three miles away, the pretty village of Barnwell is home to a traditional English public house and restaurant, the Montagu Arms, while Barnwell Country Park, on the outskirts of Oundle, offers lovely lakeside walks and a children's play area. Oundle is a bustling market town with thriving shops, restaurants and businesses as well as primary and secondary schools.
The village of Hemington is only eight miles from access to the A1 at Norman Cross and Sawtry, and is conveniently situated for rail links at Peterborough and Corby, 16 miles away. This lovely family home combines the benefits of a village location with easy access to the amenities of Oundle and the surrounding villages.