6 bedroom detached house for saleKegworth
Sold STC £650,000
- SUBSTANTIAL COUNTRY HOME
- SIX BEDROOMS
- FOUR RECEPTION ROOMS
- TWO BATHROOMS
- RETAINED PERIOD FEATURES
- REFURBISHMENT REQUIRED
- APPROXIMATE 6 ACRES
- DETACHED COACH HOUSE
The Moors is a substantial period detached country home set within approximately 6 acres with far reaching river and countryside views of the Soar Valley and excellent transport links nearby. The home retains many original features including fireplaces, panelled doors, high reach ceilings and impressive solid oak sweeping staircase yet does require home improvement and renovation to bring the property back to its former glory. The grand entrance hall leads to a rear facing lounge and dining kitchen, dining and sitting room, snug and conservatory along with a side lobby with w.c., pantry and cellar. To the first floor there are six bedrooms, two bathrooms and second staircase once forming part of the maid's quarters. Grounds to the property extend to approximately 6 acres with a formal garden with post and rail fence, further paddock, former trout lake, river frontage with mooring and fishing rights along with an extensive driveway leading down to a detached coach house with garaging beneath and a single room above.
Timber framed single glazed entrance door leading to:
Porch - With original Minton tiled floor and single glazed door to:
Snug - 12'0''x 9'9'' - With high reach ceilings featuring original coving and picture rail. Centred around an open brick fireplace.
Grand Entrance Hall - 16'3''x 11'10'' - Featuring an impressive original solid oak balustrades staircase with 11'0" high leaded window, original coving and picture rail.
Lounge - 21'0''x 15'1'' plus bay - This impressive sized rear facing lounge features a generous five door walk-in bay which leads out onto the elevated patio with steps down to the formal lawn and enjoying stunning views of the River Soar and countryside beyond. The room centres around a chimney breast and former open fireplace now with an inset living flame effect gas fire, additional French doors out onto the patio, high reach ceilings with original coving and picture rail. Timber framed single glazed double door leading to:
Lounge 1 -
Dining Kitchen - 29'3''x 13'8''max - (Narrowing to 10'2"). A particularly bright rear facing living kitchen requiring full modernisation, currently with a tiled floor, two sets of uPVC two double glazed French doors leading out onto the elevated patio enjoying stunning views of the River Soar and countryside beyond. Servant's door with staircase leading to the first floor and side access.
Dining Kitchen 1 -
Sitting Room - 16'1''x 14'0'' - A separate reception room with high reach ceilings, original coving and picture rail. Two sets of uPVC double glazed French doors leading into the garden conservatory.
Garden Conservatory - 19'10'' x 21'9'' - (Narrowing to 8'0"). An 'L' shaped wrap around conservatory enjoying views of the mature grounds and driveway.
Dining Room - 21'1''x 14'0'' - The generous dining room is centred around a period style open fireplace and now with a living flame effect gas inset, high reach ceilings with original coving and picture rail. Bay window overlooking the gardens.
Side Lobby - With a short staircase down to a side entrance door leading onto the driveway and doors to the utility room and cloaks/w.c.
Utility Room - With a range of shelving unit cupboards, space for additional freezers, ceramic tiled floor and original single glazed sliding sash window.
First Floor Landing - A generous landing featuring the original solid oak balustrade and decorative plaster work ceiling.
First Floor Landing 1 -
Master Bedroom - 21'6''x 15'1'' - A bright and airy master bedroom enjoying stunning views of the River Soar and countryside beyond, high reach ceilings with original coving and picture rail and 'Jack & Jill' door to the bathroom.
Bedroom Two - 21'0''x 14'0'' - A second double sized bedroom with high reach ceilings, original coving and picture rail. The bedroom overlooks the mature grounds towards the River Soar and countryside beyond.
Bedroom Three - 15'1''x 14'0'' - A third double sized bedroom with an original open feature fireplace, coving and picture rail. Overlooking the mature grounds.
Bedroom Four - 12'0''x 10'1'' - This bedroom overlooks the extensive front driveway.
Bedroom Five - 13'7''x 9'7'' - A fifth bedroom which overlooks the stunning views of the River Soar and countryside beyond.
Jack & Jill Bathroom - Adjacent to the master bedroom and accessed as well via the landing, the bathroom has a four piece suite comprising panelled bath, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin and bidet. Tiled walls, chrome heated towel radiator and overlooking the stunning views of the River Soar and countryside beyond.
Bedroom Six - 12'1''x 10'3'' - This sixth bedroom enjoys stunning views of the River Soar and countryside beyond.
Inner Landing - Separated from the main landing via a door and with a maid's staircase down to the kitchen, storage cupboard, loft access and gives access to bathroom/w.c.
Guest Bathroom - With a three piece suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, double shower enclosure with electric shower, tiled walls, heated towel radiator and airing cupboard with hot water tank.
Separate W.C. - With a white two piece suite comprising low level w.c. and wash hand basin.
Outside - The property occupies this highly convenient location set within its own mature grounds and gardens extending to approximately 6 acres and reaching the River Soar with river frontage and mooring rights, former trout lake with central island, post and rail fence creating a formal garden. The extensive driveway leads down to a coach house providing garaging or workshop etc with a single room above.
Outside 1 -
To Find The Property - Leaving Loughborough along the A6 Derby Road, pass through the village of Hathern towards Kegworth along the dual carriage way where just past The Otter public house and lay by, the property is situated standing behind mature trees upon the right hand side, identified by the Agents For Sale board.
Services, Tenure And Council Tax - The property is connected to mains electricity. There is no gas connected to the property. There is a ceptic tank for sewage and this is located on the northern boundary of the property. The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. North West Leicestershire District Council - Tax Band G.
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