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5 bedroom town house for sale

Kibworth, Leicestershire

Sold STC £599,950

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Stunning Georgian residence situated in the heart of Kibworth and boasting in excess of 3700 square feet of accommodation in the main house, including the 20 ft south facing kitchen and dining room. Light filled accommodation with original character in abundance, the property also benefits from a two storey outbuilding of 865 sq ft that could be utilised as annexe or office accommodation subject to all necessary consents.


Services: All main services are connected Local Authority: Harborough District Council Council Tax Band: G Tenure: Freehold EPC Rating: Exempt

The property has an additional 2 storey building which offers further potential as annexe / office set up, subject to all necessary consents.

Bosworth House is a Grade II Listed three storey Georgian residence situated in the heart of the wonderful village of Kibworth, boasting extensive local facilities including boutique shops and cafes, together with more extensive day to day facilities such as a Doctors surgery, dentists, a supermarket and sports clubs including tennis, golf, bowls and cricket, yet within easy reach of some of South Leicestershire's most attractive countryside. Wistow Rural Centre is less than 2 miles to the North West with its plant centre, cafe/bistro, farm shop, furniture & craft outlets and art gallery and has become an ever evolving destination in South Leicestershire over recent years. For more extensive amenities, is the nearby medieval market town of Market Harborough which has superb shopping with independent boutiques, a theatre, leisure centre, Waitrose, bars and restaurants. There is a wide selection of state and independent schooling in the area including the preparatory...

Fronted with wrought iron fencing Bosworth House is approached through a single gate with flagstones leading to the front door with attractive period surround and glazing above. Welcomed in the entrance hall by high ceilings, wooden flooring and deep skirting boards, stairs rise to the first floor and doors lead to the sitting room, family room, cloakroom and inner hall. The large sash windows to the front elevation are particular features to both reception rooms, with the family room having double doors leading to the rear garden and woodburner sitting on a tiled hearth within a wood and tile surround. To either side of the fireplace are built in storage cupboards and the exposed ceiling beam and floorboards enhance the character of this room. The sitting room, also with large sash window has an open dog grate set within a wooden fire surround and stone hearth and makes for a room in which to relax. The wooden flooring flows from the hallway into the inner hall with a range...

Vehicular access is gained through an archway to the side which in turn leads to the gravel driveway at the rear of the property. Planning Permission has been granted for an oak framed double bay garage with adjoining store and there is a large two storey outbuilding which has the potential for a variety of uses, subject to the relevant consent. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn with patio areas and edged with shrubs.

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09 September 2016


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