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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Lutterworth Road, Walcote, Lutterworth, LE17

Guide Price £579,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Spacious Family Residence
  • Refurbished Former Public House
  • Gardens (with Outline Planning)
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Open Plan Reception Rooms
  • Shower Room, Two En Suites
  • Family Bathroom
  • NO CHAIN - EPC - (G)

Full description

An Extensively Renovated and Spacious Detached Family Residence including former car park offering scope for use as a private garden (also benefiting from Outline Planning Permission for a single detached dwelling), is Offered For Sale with NO UPWARD CHAIN. Converted from an historic public house with origins dating to the 1700s and combining period features with modern technology this Four Double Bedroom Home offers flexible and versatile accommodation, briefly comprising porch, open plan reception rooms, family room/ games room, kitchen/ diner, gym/ dining room, shower room and cloakroom with upstairs having 4 double bedrooms, two with en suite showers and re-fitted, contemporary family bathroom. Outside there is a landscaped low maintenance courtyard garden with off-road parking accessed via electric timber gates, THE FORMER CAR PARK OFFERING SCOPE FOR USE AS A PRIVATE GARDEN*. The property benefits from Biomass central heating and is situated in the sought after South Leicestershire village of Walcote, offering convenient access to Lutterworth & Market Harborough and excellent commuter access to the major road networks including M1, M6, A5, A14 with mainline rail from Rugby (London Euston) and Market Harborough (London St Pancras). Internal Viewings are Highly Recommended in order to appreciate the size and calibre of accommodation on offer! *(The property currently benefits from having outline planning for a single detached dwelling).

ACCOMMODATION:
GROUND FLOOR:
PORCH: Accessed via door to side aspect, tiled floor.
LOUNGE/ SITTING AREA: (30'10 max x 14'1) Three windows to side aspect, feature cast-iron fire and range with exposed brick surround and chimney breast and marble-effect hearth, wall-mounted light points, exposed beams, feature central staircase with open balustrade to first floor, radiators archway to kitchen and also adjoining further open plan reception/ dining room.
DINING AREA/ SITTING AREA: (30'5 max x 15'7 max) A further spacious, open plan reception area forming an L-Shape with the lounge/ sitting area and offering a degree of flexibility and use. Two windows to front aspect, exposed beams, exposed brick columns with marble-effect surrounds to the base, wall-mounted light points, radiator, bi-folding oak doors leading to:
FAMILY ROOM/ GAMES ROOM: (22'11 x 13'10) A dual aspect room with windows to front and rear aspects, feature fitted bar to one end complemented with original fittings from the former public house The Old Tavern Inn, fitted bench, recessed spotlights, radiator.
GYM/ DINING ROOM/ STUDY: (16'7 x 10'6) Offering scope for a number of uses including, gymnasium, dining room, home office/ study or groundfloor bedroom with double French doors to rear aspect, radiator, hardwood flooring, recessed spotlights, extractor fan, feature internal glazed window to lounge.
L-SHAPED KITCHEN/ DINER/ FAMILY ROOM: An open-plan L-shaped kitchen and dining/ family area comprising:
KITCHEN AREA: (12'10 x 7'8) Featuring a range of contemporary fitted wall and base units with work surfaces over incorporating 1 1/2 sized sink and drainer with mixer tap over, integrated dishwasher and washing machine, ceramic hob with extractor hood over, space for American-style fridge/ freezer within recess, window and two skylights to side aspect, recessed spotlights and hardwood flooring.
DINING/ FAMILY AREA: (24'8 x 8'7) Further fitted contemporary wall and base units with work surfaces over, integrated electric double oven, recessed spotlights and continuation of hardwood flooring, two windows and double French doors to side aspect leading on to the courtyard garden.
SHOWER ROOM: Featuring a separate WC, with fitted shower cubicle and wash hand basin, windows to rear aspect.

FIRST FLOOR:
LANDING: Galleried landing with vaulted ceiling and feature "minstrels" gallery with open balustrade, exposed beams, window to rear aspect, wall-mounted light points, radiator.
MASTER BEDROOM: (15'6 x 12'0) Window to front aspect, radiator, exposed brick chimney breast, exposed beams, built-in double wardrobes with sliding doors, recessed spotlights, loft access.
EN-SUITE: Featuring a suite comprising double shower cubicle, wash hand basin, low-level WC, feature exposed brick wall, recessed spotlights, radiator, extractor fan, window to rear aspect.
BEDROOM TWO: (12'1 x 11'10) A dual aspect bedroom with windows to front and side aspects, radiator, feature exposed brick wall, scope for fitted wardrobe to recess.
EN-SUITE: Featuring a contemporary suite comprising corner shower cubicle with jets, pedestal wash hand basin, low-level WC, contemporary LED lit mirror/ cabinet, radiator, window to front aspect.
BEDROOM THREE: (11'11 x 10'6) Window to front aspect, radiator.
BEDROOM FOUR: (10'9 x 9'3) Window to side aspect, radiator.
FAMILY BATHROOM: (16'9 x 7'3) A larger than average family bathroom, with vaulted ceiling and feature exposed beams and exposed brick wall and suite comprising free-standing rolled top claw and ball foot bath with telephone-style shower attachment and marble tiled splashbacks to dado height, pedestal wash hand basin, low-level WC, heated towel rail, contemporary LED lit mirror.

OUTSIDE:
REAR: Former Old Tavern Inn Car Park - offering scope for use as a private garden to the main residence. We have been informed future access would be from Franks Road, Walcote. Currently there is an inner courtyard area accessed via electronic double timber gates with gravelled off-road parking area to side. Landscaped low-maintenance courtyard garden featuring timber decked terraced and slate patio/ dining terrace. Enclosed with low-level brick walls and wrought iron railings. Further enclosed area with timber fencing housing the Biomass central heating, the boiler of which serves the wet radiator heating.

General Information
EPC Rating - G (11);
Biomass Central Heating System;
Double Glazing;
SMALL PART-EXCHANGE CONSIDERED;
NO CHAIN;
OUTLINE PLANNING CONSENT FOR SINGLE FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED DWELLING TO CAR PARK/ GARDEN - ALSO AVAILABALE BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION - GUIDE PRICE £169,950.

Situation
Walcote is a sought after village within South Leicestershire, situated approximately two miles East of Lutterworth and ten miles West of Market Harborough. Situated close to J20 M1 the village offers excellent access to the major road networks (M1, M6, A14, A5) and also good access to Lutterworth Town Centre and amenities. Lutterworth provides a selection of schools, both primary and secondary and a wide range of amenities. There is a mobile library service to the village and regular events are also held with the joint Parish of Misterton. Surrounded by fine countryside there is an abundance of local footpaths, cycle ways and village pubs/ restaurants within reach of Walcote.


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