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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Ashley, Market Harborough

Withdrawn from Market £800,000

Property Description

Key features

  • CLASSIC STONE BUILT HOUSE
  • APPROX. 3500 SQ FT
  • KITCHEN/DINING ROOM
  • 4 RECEPTION ROOMS
  • MASTER BEDROOM SUITE
  • 4 ADDITIONAL BEDROOMS
  • FAMILY BATHROOM & GUEST ENSUITE
  • DOUBLE GARAGING
  • WEST FACING REAR GARDEN
  • OPEN COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS

Full description

Bridle Lodge is situated in Ashley, one of the Welland valleys most popular villages with a wonderful community spirit that has recently see the village pub, The George, re-open. Situated just 5 miles from Market Harborough train station with direct service to London from 55 minutes.


GENERAL INFORMATION 
Services: Mains water, electricity and sewerage all connected. Local Authority: Kettering Borough Council (01536 410333) Council Tax Band: G Tenure: Freehold EPC Rating: C

SITUATION 
Ashley is a picturesque and much sought after village in the Welland Valley on the border of Leicestershire and Northamptonshire, surrounded by un-spoilt countryside. The village itself benefits from a Grade 1 listed church, predominately re-built in Victorian times and designed by the renowned architect Sir Gilbert Scott. The village's community spirit centres around both the church and village hall whilst also having a wonderful farm shop. The neighbouring villages of Medbourne and Great Easton provide additional facilities including a post office / general stores, public houses / restaurant and a flood lit sports centre with tennis courts. The charming market towns of Market Harborough and Uppingham are approx. 6 and 10 miles away respectively and both offer a diverse range of boutique shops, bars and restaurants with a Waitrose at Market Harborough. Recreational facilities in the area are excellent and as well as all country pursuits that can be enjoyed in the...

DESCRIPTION 
Bridle Lodge is a classic stone built house with character yet offering all the benefits of a modern home having been built approximately 8 years ago. The house is approached via Westhorpe's delightful village green in turn accessed via Main Street. A shared driveway leads to the properties own generous driveway with parking for numerous vehicles. The entrance hall is a wonderful inviting space, filled with light via the floor to ceiling windows to the front elevation and overlooked by the galleried landing area with floor to ceiling windows overlooking open fields to the rear elevation. The generous sized sitting room has dual aspect and a multi-fuel burner whilst a dining room, study and family room provides flexible accommodation for family living. The kitchen / dining room, with its vaulted and beamed ceiling, leads directly onto the family room, all with views over the rear garden. A utility room and WC complete the ground floor accommodation. The oak staircase...

OUTSIDE 
The properties driveway leads to the double garage with direct access into the main house. To the rear is a generous sized West facing garden, predominantly laid to lawn, with stunning views over open countryside. The house opens up to the rear gardens patio area from multiple points allowing for a wonderful flow from inside to out and for entertaining.

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21 January 2016

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