Thorpe Road, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE3 6JH | Property for sale | Savills
2,119 sq ft(196.86 sq m)
Guide price £695,000(€827,005)

Thorpe RoadPeterborough, Cambridgeshire, PE3 6JH

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • A well-appointed four bedroom 1930s property
  • With oversized ground floor layout, ideal for entertaining
  • South facing garden; a plot of circa 0.25 acre in total
  • With off-road parking and detached double garage
  • Peterborough Railway Station 0.9 miles walk
  • Stamford & Oundle 12 miles; Uppingham 21 miles

An attractive detached house with off-road parking, garaging and mature garden, close to The Peterborough School and within a mile of both Ferry Meadows & Peterborough railway station

About this property

  • A well-appointed detached four bedroom house, thought to date originally from around the 1930s, but much altered since, which has been within the same ownership for the past 30 years. The property has a modern finish and has an oversized ground floor layout, ideal for families and for entertaining. It is a house that has a sense and space and volume, with large reception rooms from which there are attractive southerly views over the mature garden, and access, via French doors, from all the garden facing rooms.

    Accommodation
    The wide entrance hallway, which is open to the vaulted sitting room provides sightlines from the front door right through to the garden, whilst double doors also open from the hallway to the dining room and kitchen/breakfast room, either side.

    The sitting room is at a slightly lower level than the hallway, but with a higher vaulted ceiling, whilst there are also tall windows and doors offering views through the covered veranda that spans the width of the house of the garden. It combines to offer an almost Mediterranean feel, with a contemporary gas corner fireplace as a further feature.

    The dual-aspect kitchen/breakfast room is 27' long, with a fabulous polished bur-walnut style floor. The room offers space for dining near the garden French doors, whilst fitted suite incorporates a Fisher & Paykel cooker, with space for dishwasher and washing machine.

    Across the hallway from the kitchen, double doors open into a symmetrical dining room, with a large window overlooking the driveway to the front of the house. Alongside the dining room, a home office adjoins a linear conservatory with double doors providing garden access.

    At first floor there are four bedrooms served by two bath or shower rooms. The principal bedroom has an en suite shower room, with both his and her sinks. Bedrooms one and two also access a south facing roof terrace above the sitting room, where there is also a brick built BBQ. The two further bedrooms, one of which has a walk-in wardrobe, are served by the property's well-appointed family bathroom. Both en suite and bathroom are underfloor heated.

    Outside
    The property occupies a good size plot of 0.25 acres in total, with off street parking on the gravelled driveway, which also offers access to the detached double garage. The principal private garden lies to the south (rear) of the house. It is largely lawned, with flowering beds, shrubs and mature trees, offering visual interest and privacy, leading to a stream at the southern property boundary.

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I love this property's position, convenient for Peterborough's favoured schools, its station and city centre (both of which are less than a mile's walk), but it is also a short distance from the city's rowing lake and Ferry Meadows Country Park, it's city and country, the best of both worlds!

James AbbottProperty agent

Local information

  • Thorpe Road is one of Peterborough's favoured addresses in the suburb of Longthorpe, close to Ferry Meadows Country Park and yet within one mile's walk of Peterborough Railway Station in the city's centre.
  • The Cathedral City of Peterborough is a regional centre for commerce, industry, retail, recreation and leisure, with theatres, cinemas, ice skating, bowling, sports centres and varied sports clubs.
  • Peterborough Railway Station offers commuter services to London Kings Cross (from about 50 minutes) and to Cambridge, whilst the city also has good north-south and east-west road links via the A1, A14, A47 and A15.
  • The River Nene and the Ferry Meadows Country Park are 0.5 miles from the property, with easy access to Peterborough's “Green Wheel” network of cycle/jogging routes that provide over 45 miles of continuous sustainable routes around the city, riverside and green spaces for residents to enjoy.
  • Schooling is also well catered for. The Peterborough School (an Independent school catering for all ages) is 0.2 miles from the property, whilst The King's (The Cathedral) School on Park Road is two miles walk from the property, among other primary and secondary school options. Further afield, the market towns of Stamford and Oundle are both 12 miles, with Uppingham 21 miles, each with their renowned independent schools.

Additional information

  • Services: Full mains services. Mains gas central heating. Fibre-optic broadband.
  • Fixtures & Fittings: Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others, such as curtains, light fitting and garden ornaments are specifically excluded but may be available by separate negotiation.
  • All journey times and distances are approximate.
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F