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2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

'Medlar House' High Street, Measham, DE12 7HZ

Offers Over £187,500

Property Description

Key features

  • Impressive Semi
  • Grade ll Listed
  • Two DOUBLE Bedrooms
  • Splendid Kitchen Diner
  • Spacious Lounge
  • Delightful Rear Garden
  • Full of Charm & Character
  • Cellar & Outbuildings
  • Close to Amenities
  • Call NOW - 01283 219336

Full description

'MEDLAR HOUSE' occupies a great position within the heart of Measham Village. An IMPRESSIVE external facade, the property which is grade ll listed was built in approximately 1786. SPACIOUS and FULL OF CHARACTER, this is not one to be missed. Call us on (01283) 219336.

Location - Measham is a substantial village in Leicestershire near to the Staffordshire and Derbyshire border, located close to the A42 just south of the market town of Ashby-De-La-Zouch. It has many excellent amenities, including shops for day to day needs, a highly regarded local primary school, centres of employment, a leisure centre, a doctors surgery and regular public transport services. Measham enjoys an accessable location, being in the centre of the National Forest which has been carefully cultivated over the last 25 years with country walks and cycle tracks and many varied attractions. Measham is close to the cities of Birmingham, Leicester, Derby, Nottingham and also on the doorstep of the M42, linking to all parts of the country and East Midlands and Birmingham airports. London Euston is 80 minutes away by rail from Medlar House via Tamworth.

Accommodation In More Detail; -

Reception Hallway - 4.95m' x 2.06m' (16'3' x 6'9') - Approached by an impressive Georgian entrance door leading into this spacious hallway. Characterised by the staircase rising to the first floor with spindle balustrade, radiator, dado rail, tiled flooring and access to the cellar, Kitchen and Lounge.

Vaulted Cellar - 4.75m' x 4.65m' (15'7' x 15'3') - With brick steps leading down from the main Hallway, the cellar is split into two compartments providing ideal storage.

Lounge - 4.78m' x 4.80m' (15'8' x 15'9') - A focal point of which is the feature fireplace with raised slate hearth and wood fuel stove which also heats the radiators. Adjacent built-in storage cupboard, wooden flooring, radiator and secondary glazed multi-paned window to the front elevation.

Extended Dining Kitchen - 7.09m' x 2.59m' reducing to 2.21m' (23'3' x 8'6' r - Having a wide range of wall and floor mounted units with ample rolled edge work surface areas and integrated 1.5 sink with mixer tap over. Included in the sale is the induction four ring ceramic hob and 'Neff' integrated oven. The wall mounted 'Worcester' boiler is carefully concealed behind a matching door front which we believe serves both the central heating and domestic hot water systems. Two radiators, tiled flooring, rear door and two double glazed windows overlooking the rear garden.

First Floor Landing - Having radiator, secondary glazed multi-paned window to the front elevation and staircase leading to the second floor.

Inner Landing - With wooden flooring and useful shelved storage cupboard housing the Torrent thermal store providing mains pressure and hot water.

Bathroom - 2.90m' x 1.60m' (9'6' x 5'3') - Having a three piece white suite comprising of panelled bath with shower over and shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. Extractor fan, chrome heated towel rail and tiling to walls.

Bedroom Two - 4.83m' x 3.12m' (15'10' x 10'3') - Having an original feature fireplace with black lead stove, radiator and secondary glazed multi-paned window to the front elevation.

Second Floor Landing - With spindle balustrade, polished handrail, secondary multi-paned window to the front elevation with views over Measham and the National Forest beyond. Door off to;

Master Bedroom - 5.00m' x 4.88m (16'5' x 16') - A generous sized spacious bedroom, again characterised by the original feature fireplace with black lead stove, radiator and secondary multi-paned window to the front elevation with views over Measham and the National Forest beyond.

Outside Front - The property cuts an imposing external facade, being cream rendered and fronting directly onto High Street.

Outside Rear - To the rear is a delightful enclosed, mature and established walled garden being completely un-overlooked and private, taking full advantage of the aspect towards the parish church. The rear garden is a real sun trap and has been greatly enhanced by the current occupier with a shaped lawn, deep flowering and herbaceous beds with numerous specimen trees and shrubs including soft fruit trees, a fig and mulberry tree and an ornamental water feature powered by solar panel. There is a brick paved pathway and brick paved patio area ideal for outdoor entertaining, two useful outbuildings offering great versatility to adapt to a wide variety of uses, for either storage, home office or studio ect. There is also side access to the front of the proeprty and another separate yard with a water store for the garden and log store. The property also benefits from solar panels at the rear.

Outbuilding One - 4.47m' x 4.65m' (14'8' x 15'3') - Having been re-roofed by the current owner and enjoys an original range, light and power.

Outbuilding Two - 4.52m' x 3.96m (14'10' x 13') - Having been re-roofed with exposed timber beams.

Draft Details - LMP/VP/01032016. 1 DRAFT

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Added on Rightmove:
15 September 2016

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