3 bedroom flat for saleBurton Hall, Hall Drive, Burton On The Wolds
Under Offer £237,500
- Impressive First Floor Apartment
- Energy Rating E
- Period Features
- Living Room with Original Fire
- Large Dining Room & Kitchen
- Private Staircase Serving Apartment
- Three Bedrooms
- Spacious Family Bathroom
- En-suite Shower Room
- Allocated Parking Area
Full descriptionRarely does an apartment of such scale come onto the open market in this beautiful hall conversion. Burton Hall is an attractive Grade II listed building situated at the end of a private tree lined driveway in the village of Burton on the Wolds. The apartment is accessed via an impressive entrance hall and located at the top of its own private staircase. Once in the apartment, there are particularly high ceilings and a fusion of modern high quality fitments and original character. The living space is bright due to the tall sash windows and there are magnificent views over the manicured communal gardens and countryside beyond. The apartment is offered with no upward chain and viewing is an absolute must to appreciate not only the living space but its picturesque setting.
Offering a popular public house, petrol station with convenience store, good primary school and nursery. The village is particularly well placed for further extensive local shopping and extensive schooling at Loughborough. It is also well placed for commuting to Leicester, Melton Mowbray and Nottingham, the A46 providing access to the north and also the M1 via the north-west Leicester bypass.
From Loughborough take the A60 Nottingham Road out turning right at Cotes onto the B676 Cotes Road. At the T junction turn right onto Prestwold Lane and then left as signposted Burton on the Wolds. On entering the village cross the mini roundabout a then turn immediately right into Hall Drive. Follow the drive round onto Burton Hall.
Communal Entrance Hall
Accessed from glazed panel French doors from the parking area with stone flooring, two glazed panel sash windows to the front aspect with fitted shutters, decorative wood panelling to two walls, ornate coving to the ceiling, letterbox area and door to the communal hallway with intercom entry system.
A very impressive hallway with doors giving access to the well maintained communal rear gardens and staircase rising to the first floor landing with door to:
Having a fitted cupboard housing the fuse box, telephone point, recess area providing useful storage space, sash window to the side aspect, radiator, laminate wooden flooring, coving to ceiling, further built-in storage cupboard, wall mounted video entry system, feature archway leading to the living room, kitchen and dining area with an additional door giving access to a further hallway leading to all bedrooms and bathroom.
4.93m max x 4.78m - With sash window to the rear aspect with fitted shutters offering outstanding views over the communal gardens and stunning open countryside beyond, feature fireplace with marble style surround, recess display shelving unit to side and two radiators.
17.7ft x 16.6ft
Having a sash window to the rear aspect with outstanding views over communal gardens and open countryside beyond, two radiators, ornate coving to the ceiling and opening to:
6.9ft x 12.1ft
Being fitted with a good range of wall and base level storage units with roll top work surfaces and inset stainless steel electric oven, four ring halogen hob and stainless steel extractor fan over, sash window to side aspect with outstanding views over the communal gardens and open countryside beyond, integrated dishwasher, washing machine and fridge with small freezer compartment, wood effect vinyl flooring covering, tiled splashbacks, extractor fan, inset ceiling spotlights and wall mounted gas central heating boiler.
History of Burton Hall
Burton Hall's precise origin is uncertain but consensus is the core central building appears to have been built circa 1760, with some later additions. It was originally a country house which was transformed into a fashionable mansion by Charles Godfrey Mundy. In 1834 the Duke of Somerset acquired the property for his second son, Archibald St. Maud and it was his favourite home for 4 years. Archibald's nephew Algernon appears to have been the next occupier and he was a familiar and popular figure in the area, being an enthusiastic sportsman and generous benefactor to the local community. In time he became 15th Duke of Somerset and having had to leave Burton, his twin brothers Percy and Ernest maintained the family connection at the Hall. Lord Percy rented Burton Hall from his brother till his death in 1907. Lord Ernest continued to live at Burton Hall and ran the adjacent estate till around 1920 when the hall was sold to the Earl of Huntingdon, and it remained in the (truncated)
Giving access to all bedrooms and bathrooms with radiator and laminate wooden flooring, and enables the sleeping area of the apartment to be closed off from the living areas to add to the privacy that this spacious apartment offers.
Having a white three piece suite comprising low level WC, wall mounted wash hand basin and panelled bath with tiled splashbacks, tiled flooring, sash window to the side aspect, inset ceiling spotlights, radiator, electric shaver point and further tiling to dado height.
5.03m max x 4.83m max - Having a sash window to the front aspect, two radiators, dado rail, ornate coving to ceiling, feature cast iron fireplace set in a marble style surround, door to the en suite shower room and further door giving access to bedroom two.
Having a white three piece suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and separate shower cubicle with tiled enclosure, inset ceiling spotlights, extractor fan, tiled flooring, radiator, tiling to dado height with dado rail and electric shaver point.
16.6ft x 17.1ft
Having two sash windows to the front aspect, three radiators, feature cast iron fireplace set in a marble style surround, dado rail, ornate coving to ceiling and adjoining door to between one.
3.78m max x 1.57m - Perfect as an occasional guest room or study with sash window to the side aspect and radiator.
The front of the property is approached via a shingle driveway leading to a communal parking area where the flat has two allocated spaces. Whilst to the rear is a very well maintained and tended communal gardens with spectacular views over adjoining open countryside. Maintenance of the garden is covered within the service charges and ground rent.
Leasehold. Length of Lease: 125 years from 2002 Services Charge: £2,014 per annum Ground Rent: £150.00 per annum
In the locked cellar area which is accessed from the car park there is a designated secure storage area together with ample communal storage areas to safely hold those items that the owners would prefer not to have in the apartment itself.
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