A three-bedroom, semi-detached, Edwardian property boasting character features combined with an open plan, modern living kitchen.
The property's accommodation in brief comprises an entrance hall with Minton floor, stairs rising to the first floor and doors to ground floor accommodation.
The ground floor comprises a front sitting room with a bay window and a feature fireplace, a further reception room to the rear which is currently used as a playroom with sliding glazed doors out to the garden. This room also has a ground floor shower room just off providing flexible accommodation that could be a ground floor bedroom.
The ground floor shower room has a corner shower unit, low flush lavatory, wash hand basin and a heated towel rail.
The focal point of the property is the large open plan living kitchen, featuring a fireplace that could potentially take an open fire or a wood burning stove. There is a comprehensive range of floor standing and wall mounted cupboards and drawers, a sink with mixer tap over, an integrated under counter dishwasher, space for a tall fridge freezer and a Range style cooker. There is also a useful under stair storage cupboard.
To the first floor, the principal bedroom sits to the front of the property and has a bank of built in wardrobes.
Bedroom two sits to the middle of the property and is a good size double with a window looking out on to the garden. Bedroom three sits to the rear of the house, also looking over the rear garden.
All bedrooms are serviced by the family bathroom that has a panelled bath with shower over, low flush WC and wash hand basin. The internal accommodation is completed by a large airing cupboard on the landing and also access to the loft space which is boarded providing ample storage space.
To the outside there is parking for two cars on the gravel driveway, gated side access down that leads you to the rear garden. The garden is predominately laid to lawn and has a patio and seating area just off the rear of the property. There is a variety of mature, floral and shrub borders providing year-round interest and it is fenced on all sides providing a good degree of security and privacy. There is also ample space towards the bottom of the garden for a storage shed.
This three-bed period house sits within easy walking distance of Uppingham town centre with Leighfield Primary School just over the road and offers a good degree of flexible living accommodation and an open plan living kitchen which is so popular these days.
Uppingham is a thriving and highly attractive market town with an eclectic mix of boutique shops and restaurants centring on the Market Square and adjoining High Street. There are several excellent primary and secondary schools in the area. Situated close the A47, Uppingham is well located for access to Peterborough and Leicester. There is a regular mainline train service to London from nearby Corby with Peterborough and Market Harborough also proving easy access to both London and the north.
From Oakham take the A6003 Uppingham Road, continuing on this road through Preston and on to the roundabout at Uppingham. Take the second exit and continue into Uppingham. At the traffic light junction take a right onto North Street West, following the signs for Market Harboro' (B664) onto Stockerston Road. Newtown Road is on your first left onto Newtown Road. Number 46 can be found about 300 yards down on your right.
SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX
The property is offered to the market with all mains services and gas-fired central heating. Council Tax Band D.
24 Catmos Street Oakham Rutland LE15 6HW
Monday to Friday 9:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm