Located in the pretty village of Polebrook, this modern stone house, built in the 1980s, is detached with garage and gardens. The downstairs comprises of a bright living room, a dining room adjacent to the kitchen breakfast room, a utility room with access to the garage, and cloakroom. To the first floor are three good size double rooms, one with an en suite shower room and a main bathroom. The south facing enclosed rear garden boasts lawn, well stocked borders and a paved area from which to enjoy the outlook. The driveway provides parking for at least two cars and leads to a single garage.
This immaculate home has double glazing throughout and oil fired central heating.
Entrance Hall A solid wood front door opens into the hallway providing space for coats and shoes with a window to the front and a pine door leads into the living room.
Living Room 3.5m x 5.8m (11'5" x 19'0") The spacious living room is dual aspect with a double glazed window to the front and bi-fold doors opening onto the patio of the rear garden. The addition of the wood burner and tiled hearth makes this a very cosy room.
Dining Room 4.2mm x 3m (13'9"m x 9'10") Leading off the living room, this bright second reception room is also dual aspect with large windows to the front and side. A door leads to the kitchen and a dog-leg staircase rising to the first floor. There is plenty of space for a large dining table and chairs and other furniture.
Kitchen Breakfast Room 4.9m x 2.7m (16'0" x 8'10") With views over the pretty rear garden, this well laid out kitchen provides plenty of worktop space and storage with oak wall and base units. There is room for a breakfast table and chairs. An eye level double oven, electric hob are integrated and there is space for a fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. A part glazed door accesses the utility room.
Utility Room 2m x 3m (6'6" x 9'10") The practical layout of the utility, provides access to the rear garden, additional fitted units for storage, a white Butler sink and a window overlooking the front garden. A door leads to the cloakroom and a further door into the integral garage which has power and lighting.
Cloakroom With an obscured window to the rear, this room has a WC and corner wash hand basin and heated towel rail.
First Floor Landing The first floor landing has loft access and all the doors leading to the bedrooms and bathroom.
Main Bedroom 3.2m x 3.5m (10'5" x 11'5") The well appointed main bedroom has a wall of useful fitted wardrobes and a window to the front. A pine door opens onto the en suite shower room.
En Suite 2.3m x 2m (7'6" x 6'6") This modern en suite with fitted vanity units is fully tiled in neutral tones, and has a window to the rear aspect. The white suite comprises corner shower cubicle, inset wash hand basin and WC.
Bedroom Two 3.9m x 2.7m (12'9" x 8'10") Bedroom two is a double room with a window overlooking the front garden, there is also a storage cupboard.
Bedroom Three 2.8m x 3m (9'2" x 9'10") Overlooking the lovely rear aspect, bedroom three is a small double.
Family Bathroom 3.2m x 2m (10'5" x 6'6") A four piece bathroom matching the en suite, with fitted vanity units and neutral, modern tiling throughout, the white suite comprises of shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin and bath. An obscure window is to the rear aspect.
Exterior Tocil House is situated on the corner of Main Street and Duke Street. The front and side of the property are bordered with a low stone wall, which encloses the low maintenance front garden that is mainly gravel and raised herbaceous raised beds. The gravel driveway is accessed from Duke Street and provides parking for at least two cars and the single garage, with up and over door, eaves storage, power and lighting. There is also a gate leading to the sunny rear garden which has beautiful flower beds, a pond and a seating area from which to enjoy the views of the neighbouring thatch rooftops and the spire of the Church of All Saints.
This village lies just two miles to the east of the market town of Oundle, which provides many independent shops and restaurants. The picturesque village of Polebrook benefits from a church, primary school and thriving public house. The village boasts many period properties of thatch and stone that had links to the historic Polebrook Hall.
Stamford and Peterborough are both a short drive away and offer further shopping, leisure facilities and train links to central London in under an hour. Stamford, Oundle and Peterborough all offer a wide range of schooling for all ages, both state and independent.
Oil fired central heating
Mains services connected
Council Tax Band E