3 bedroom cottage for saleMain Street, Wymondham
Withdrawn from Market £210,000
- Charming Character Cottage
- Three Bedrooms
- Sitting Room and Dining Area
- Lovely Courtyard Garden
- Located in heart of popular village
ENTRANCE Part glazed front door opening into entrance area, radiator.
DINING AREA 10' 11" x 12' 0" (3.33m x 3.66m) Dining area with feature open fireplace with stone surround, leads on to sitting room.
SITTING ROOM 11' 6" x 10' 9" (3.53m x 3.3m) Sitting room with wood flooring, French doors to garden, window to front elevation and access to cellar.
KITCHEN 12' 0" x 12' 4" (3.66m x 3.78m) Kitchen with window to front elevation, fitted units with rolled edge work surface, single drainer sink, electric hob with oven under, space for fridge and plumbing for automatic washing machine and dishwasher. Stairs to first floor.
STAIRS Stairs leading to first floor landing area, with wooden stripped floor.
BEDROOM ONE 11' 8" x 9' 6" (3.56m x 2.92m) Master bedroom with stripped wood floor and window with pleasant aspects out over garden and street.
BEDROOM TWO 12' 6" x 5' 11" (3.81m x 1.8m) Second bedroom with window to front aspect and stripped wood floor.
BEDROOM THREE 11' 10" x 6' 7" (3.61m x 2.01m) Third bedroom with window to front aspect and stripped wood floor.
BATHROOM Bathroom with wood panelling, WC, wash hand basin with storage cupboard under and panelled bath with shower over.
OUTSIDE Lovely enclosed rear courtyard garden and an area for off-road parking.
Wymondham is a village in the Borough of Melton in Leicestershire, England. It is part of a civil parish which also covers the nearby hamlet of Edmondthorpe. The parish has a population of 623.
The village church is St Peter's; the pub is the Berkeley Arms. There is a windmill that has been converted into a visitor attraction with tea room and craft shops. A part-time mobile Post Office visits the village twice a week. Wymondham has a primary school and a pre-school group. There is also a large playing field named after Sir John Sedley.
The parish church dates back to the 13th century and was built in the "Early English style on a cruciform plan"; the third storey of the tower and the spire are in the Perpendicular style. The church priest is also responsible for Buckminster and Sewstern (South Framland). The church saw the wedding of footballer Michael Carrick and Lisa Roughead in June 2007.
A disused railway line, part of the Midland and Great Northern Joint Railway branch line between Saxby and Bourne, runs just to the north of the village. The Edmondthorpe and Wymondham railway station closed to passengers in 1959 though the line remained open for ironstone freight, and HM Queen Elizabeth journeyed along it in 1967. The route was also used for holiday trips from Leicester to Skegness. The former goods yard, goods shed, station, Station House and Navvies' Cottage (Grade II Listed) are passed when travelling from the village along Butt Lane towards the windmill.
Frances Pawlett (or Paulet), a "skilled cheese maker" of Wymondham, has traditionally been credited as the person who set modern Stilton cheese's shape and style characteristics in the 1720s, but others have also been named.[
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