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3 bedroom farm house for sale

Rugby Road, Swinford, Lutterworth, LE17

Sold by Us £475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed Georgian Property With Original Timber Beams
  • Popular Village Location
  • Three Generous Double Bedrooms
  • Two Loft Rooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Two Receptions
  • Open Fires & Central Heating
  • Underfloor Heating
  • Traditional Style Double Glazed
  • Large Rear Garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
Home Farm is Grade II listed, originally built in Georgian times constructed from a brick and timber frame with an abundance of period features dating back to the 17th century. The property is set back from the road with a large driveway laid with the original farm courtyard cobbles and is located within the desirable countryside village of Swinford.
The property has been thoughtfully and sympathetically upgraded to an excellent standard, and retains a wealth of original features such as exposed timbers and open fireplaces. The amount of accommodation available is considerable and is arranged over three floors with generous room sizes, high ceilings and a good amount of outside space.

Ground Floor
The ground floor accommodation has been stylishly renovated yet retains its original features.
The generous sized country style kitchen has underfloor heating, has been fitted with solid oak units and worktops, with integral appliances to include range cooker, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, washer/dryer machine and a Range solid fuel stove.
The kitchen has a central breakfast bar, ceramic Belfast sink, Travertine stone tiled floors and a solid oak stable door leading to the side of the house and garden.

The main family room can be used as an open plan lounge/dining area or purely as a lounge, has Travertine tiled floors with underfloor heating, an open fire place, and a door leading to the garden and a door which connects to the impressive entrance hall with high ceilings which creates a wonderful open and light space.

Completing the ground floor is a further room which could be used as a snug or separate dining room, it has an open fire place, and a solid oak wooden floor.
The large open hallway has wonderfully high ceilings, solid oak floors with underfloor heating, and a downstairs cloakroom and stairs rising to the first floor accommodation.

First floor
Upstairs, off the large gallery landing area are three generous sized double bedrooms and a stairway leading to the two loft rooms.

The master bedroom is fitted with carpets, has an original exposed brick chimney breast and has windows on front, rear and side elevations, creating a wonderful bright room.

Bedroom two is fitted with carpets and has dual aspect windows and has an en-suite shower room finished with marble floor tiles.

Bedroom three is fitted with carpets, has two large storage cupboards built in underneath the stairs leading to the loft rooms.

The Family bathroom has a walk in shower, corner bath, hand basin and wc and has been finished with marble tiles within the shower, surrounding the bath and to the floor.

Loft Room
An excellent space for multiple usage. One room is currently set up as a bedroom, the second could be an ideal space for a play room, office or hobby room.
Fitted with carpets, has Velux roof skylight windows and loft storage space.

Home Farm is set back beyond a double wooden electric gate and traditionally built brick wall, the current owners have stripped back the tarmac driveway surface to reveal the 300 year old original farm courtyard cobbles and has been respectfully re-laid one cobble at a time. The courtyard is shared access and is generous in size and can comfortably fit multiple cars for any new owner.

The plot has a generous sized rear garden with extensive lawn, raised beds, a large patio area proving a wonderful outdoor entertaining space, with external water and electricity supply, feature lighting and garden shed.

The property previously had planning permission to build a car garage to the rear of the property and therefore there is already a double gate with approved access rights and a dropped kerb from off Simon's Close, should the new home owners wish to peruse with building the garage.

Local Area
Home Farm is situated in the heart of the village of Swinford, Leicestershire, a village offering local amenities including a church, village hall, village pub, and primary school (Ofsted Good). The village is surrounded by beautiful open countryside and lies between the towns of Lutterworth (4 miles) and Rugby (6 miles) and close to Market Harborough (12 miles). Travel links are excellent, the A14, A5, M1 and M6, are all conveniently accessible of Swinford village. There is also a direct rail service from Rugby to London Euston and Market Harborough to St. Pancras within approximately one hour travelling time.
There are shopping facilities in Lutterworth with more extensive shopping and recreational facilities in Rugby and Leicester. Rugby and Lutterworth offer a comprehensive range of nursery, primary and secondary schools together with a range of good private, grammar and public schools.

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Added on Rightmove:
05 September 2016


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