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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Pine Close, Lutterworth, LE17

Sold STC £220,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Refurbished Three Bed Detached
  • Immaculately Presented
  • 22ft Lounge/ Diner
  • Cloakroom, Conservatory
  • Re-fitted Breakfast Kitchen
  • Re-fitted Bathroom
  • Gardens, Off-Road Parking
  • Garage; EPC - TBC

Full description

An Immaculately Presented and Much Improved Three Bedroom Detached Home is Offered For Sale. Situated within a highly sought after location on the fringes of Lutterworth town centre and having been refurbished to a high specification by the present homeowner (including solid French Oak floorboards, double-glazing, central heating, cavity wall and loft insulation via , the accommodation briefly comprises entrance porch, hall, guest cloakroom, 22ft lounge/ diner, re-fitted breakfast kitchen and conservatory. Upstairs featuring three bedrooms and re-fitted family bathroom. Outside there are gardens to front, side and rear with off-road parking and single garage. Early Internal Viewings are Highly Recommended in order to appreciate the caliber and specification of accommodation on offer!



PORCH: Accessed via door to front aspect with solid French Oak floorboards, opening on to:

HALL: With continuation of solid French Oak floorboards, radiator, stairs rising to first floor with storage cupboard under (with space and scope for condenser-style dryer).

GUEST CLOAKROOM: Featuring a suite comprising low-level WC and wall-mounted wash hand basin, radiator, obscured window to front aspect.

LOUNGE/ DINER: (22' x 11'10 narrowing to 8'5 - 6.7m x 3.6m narrowing to 2.6m) Open plan lounge/ diner with feature bow window to front aspect, coving to ceiling, contemporary remote-controlled living-flame gas fire set within chimney breast, solid French Oak floorboards, radiator, fitted cabinet and shelves to recess, DINING AREA: - coving to ceiling, continuation of solid French Oak floorboards, double French doors to rear leading to:

CONSERVATORY: (9'7 x 9'4 - 2.9m x 2.8m) Brick and UPVC construction with double French doors to side aspect, ceiling fan-light, radiator.

BREAKFAST KITCHEN: (10'9 max x 9'7 - 3.3m max x 2.9m max) Re-fitted to provide a range of contemporary wall and base units with work surfaces over incorporating sink and drainer with mixer tap over, integrated fridge/ freezer, integrated slim-line dishwasher, plumbing and space for washing machine, integrated electric double oven and gas hob with extractor hood over tiled flooring, space for breakfast table, radiator, window to rear aspect and stable-style door to side.


LANDING: Window to side aspect, loft access.

BEDROOM ONE: (11'8 x 9'11 - 3.6m x 3.0m) Window to rear aspect, radiator, coving to ceiling.

BEDROOM TWO: (11'9 x 9'00 - 3.6m x 2.7m) Window to front aspect, radiator, coving to ceiling.

BEDROOM THREE: (9'1 x 8'10 - 2.8m x 2.7m) Window to front aspect, radiator, coving to ceiling, built-in cupboard over bulk-head to stairs (housing Worcester Combi-boiler and linen store).

BATHROOM: Re-fitted to provide a contemporary three piece white suite comprising bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC, Porcelanosa tiled flooring and Porcelanosa tiled splashbacks, recessed spotlights, radiator, extractor fan, window to rear aspect.

FRONT: Lawn with bedding borders and paved path leading to front door. Further paved path to side with graveled terrace beyond, providing scope for off-road parking. Further paved and graveled drive providing off-road parking and leading to single garage.

SIDE: Low-maintenance paved courtyard style terrace enclosed by fencing with gated access to front, and leading round to:

REAR GARDEN: Enjoying a Westerly aspect and featuring a paved patio terrace, otherwise laid to lawn with herbaceous borders and enclosed by timber fencing.

General Information
Energy Performance Rating - TBC
Double Glazing
Gas Central Heating (Worcs Combi-boiler)
Cavity Wall & Loft Insulation

Lutterworth - nominated by The Sunday Times (March 2016) as being among the best places to live in the UK, is renowned as the workplace of Sir Frank Whittle. An attractive market town conveniently situated at junction 20 of the M1, with excellent road links north and southbound via the M1 and east and westbound via the M6, with further networks via A5 & A14 also accessible. Mainline rail can be found in nearby Rugby (London Euston - Birmingham New Street) and Market Harborough (London St Pancras). Lutterworth benefits from a wide variety of amenities including shops, supermarkets (including Waitrose), public houses and a leisure centre. The town offers excellent education with Little Rainbows Community Pre-School, adjacent to the Sherrier Primary School and John Wycliffe Primary School feeding directly into Lutterworth High School, which has achieved an outstanding reputation. Lutterworth College is also a highly regarded school.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
21 July 2016


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