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3 bedroom cottage for sale

Main Street, Strelley Village, Nottingham NG8 6PD

Sold STC £350,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Classic Country Cottage
  • Rear Garden Backs Onto Fields
  • No Upward Chain
  • Detached Garage
  • Summerhouse
  • Highly Regarded Conservation Area
  • 3 Double Bedrooms
  • Period Features Throughout
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Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The property has wonderful period features throughout - from the original wooden doors, to the exposed beams, feature fireplaces and the rustic kitchen you'll get great pleasure from this property both inside and out.

The gardens are fantastic - quiet except for the sounds of birdsong and the occasional cockeral, and full of natural life. Because the property backs onto fields of grazing land, in the summer months especially, you can see garden birds, ponies, pheasants, squirrels, rabbits, butterflies and bumblebees. As the sun goes down you can enjoy watching the swallows and swifts in the sky, and at dusk you can often spot pipistrelle bats as well. The gardens are bursting with colour - with flowers including roses, budlia and foxgloves - and there are lots of mature trees and shrubs with three conifers in the front garden, two apple trees and a silver birch in the back garden.

The house was extended several years ago, providing a much larger lounge as a result - with windows on both sides and glazed doors leading out onto the back garden there is plenty of natural light in this room. The centrepiece of the room is a brick chimney with a stone hearth and a wood burning stove.

There is a downstairs WC, and also a third double bedroom at the oposite end of the cottage, which could alternatively be used as a sitting room, play room or study.

Upstairs, both bedrooms are doubles, and they also both have ceilings which follow the pitch of the roof, with exposed beams and dual aspect windows - certainly not the type of typical square bedrooms you get with newer builds!

There is a detached brick garage off the driveway at the front, and in the back garden there is a brick shed, and a large summerhouse which has lighting and power, and would make an excellent office or garden room.

The property has predominantly wooden double glazed windows, and has gas central heating. It also has a security alarm fitted, and uses a smart meter.

The highly regarded historic conservation area of Strelley Village, was first recorded in the Doomsday Book in 1086. The village has quite a secluded atmosphere as it is not on a through road for traffic, although bridleways ran from the village to Cossall to the west, and to Kimberley to the north. Strelley is also notable for being the upper terminus of one of the earliest recorded railway lines in the world, the Wollaton Waggonway. the railway ran to Wollaton. Horse-drawn coal wagons travelled to their destination on wooden railway lines. Horses can still be regularly seen watering by the local village pub, merely moments away, other nearby amenities include the lovely Mulberry Tea Rooms, set within the historic grounds of Strelley Hall.

This home includes:

  • Porch

    Front entrance porch, tiled with double glazed window to the front. The front door and internal doors are both timber, and there is a pitched roof with exposed beams.

  • Hallway

    The inner hallway has terracotta-tiled flooring, and there is a double glazed window to the front.

  • Lounge Diner

    7.84m x 3.98m (31.2 sqm) - 25' 8" x 13' (335 sqft)

    Large, open plan lounge/diner, with wood flooring, exposed wooden beams in the ceiling and two double glazed windows to either side. There are two radiators, and there are two glazed doors leading out onto the rear garden. The centrepiece of this room is the brick chimney, with a wood brurning stove set within a stone hearth.

  • Bedroom 3

    3.53m x 3.66m (12.9 sqm) - 11' 6" x 12' (139 sqft)

    Has laminate flooring, exposed beams in the ceiling, and double glazed windows to both the front and rear. There is a fireplace set within a brick chimney and hearth, and there is also a radiator in the room.

  • WC

    Downstairs WC, has wood flooring and a wood door with small stained glass panel. There is a low-level flush WC, ceramic wash basin and a radiator, and there are tiled wall splashbacks.

  • Kitchen / Breakfast Room

    3.88m x 3.13m (12.1 sqm) - 12' 8" x 10' 3" (130 sqft)

    The kitchen has terracotta tiled flooring, with wood cabinets and worktops with a butlers sink set within. There is a double oven and hob (gas), with extractor/cooker hood over. There is a utility area by the wooden rear door, which includes a wash basin, storage cupboard and space and plumbing for a washing machine. The ceiling has exposed wooden beams and ceiling spotlights, and there is a radiator and double glazed window to the rear.

  • Landing

    The landing is up a flight of carpeted stairs with a wooden banister, and is also carpeted with a double glazed window to the front aspect. There is also a storage cupboard.

  • Bedroom 1

    3.24m x 3.76m (12.1 sqm) - 10' 7" x 12' 4" (131 sqft)

    Double bedroom, has laminate flooring, radiator and dual aspect double glazed windows to the front and rear. The ceiling has a pitched roof with exposed beams and ceiling spotlights. There is also a built in storage cupboard as well as an en suite with a wc, wash hand basin and airing cupboard.

  • Bedroom 2

    3.11m x 3.7m (11.5 sqm) - 10' 2" x 12' 1" (123 sqft)

    Double bedroom, carpeted, with radiator and dual aspect double glazed windows to the front and rear. The ceiling has a pitched roof with exposed beams and ceiling spotlights.There is also a mezzanine storage shelf above the door, and a feature fireplace.

  • Bathroom

    Has laminate flooring with double glazed window to the rear. The ceiling has a pitched roof with exposed beams and ceiling spotlights. It contains a bath, a separate shower cubicle, a ceramic wash basin and low level flush WC plus extractor fan.

  • Garage

    Detached brick-built single garage, with wooden double doors to the front and a side door, plus roof window.

  • Summer House

    Timber summerhouse, insulated, with power and lighting.

  • Front Garden

    Large front garden with a wooden gate at the front, and mature hedges at the borders. There is a gravel driveway, and patio area running outside the house with path to the garage. There is a lawn area and mature shrubs, hedges and flowers plus a number of mature conifer trees.

  • Rear Garden

    Has outside lighting, and outside tap. There is a patio area with steps up to the lawn area, which has flowerbeds and is bordered by hedges at the back and timber fencing to either side. There is also a brick shed, the summerhouse, and there are several mature shrubs and flowers plus two apple trees and a silver birch.

  • Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.

Additional Information:

  • Council Tax:

    Band C

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17 September 2016

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