2 bedroom cottage for saleBosworth Road, Theddingworth
Sold STC £315,000
A delightful 2 bedroomed 19th Century end of terrace cottage of immense charm and character built in mid 19th Century having good sized gardens and outbuildings with planning consent to add a single storey rear extension, located on the edge of the popular south Leicestershire village of Theddingworth.
The charming interior includes an entrance hall with vaulted ceiling, inner hall, lounge with feature open fireplace, dining room with cast iron multi fuel burner and fitted kitchen. On the first floor are 2 bedrooms and superb bathroom. Outside is an off road parking area with gravelled turning circle, mature plants and access to single garage. To the rear is a paved courtyard, brick built summer house, good sized lawned garden with an array of mature plants and space for timber garden sheds. The property also benefits from having planning permission for the erection of a single storey rear extension linking the house to the garage including the insertion of rooflights. Further details from selling agents.
Location - The property lies within the south Leicestershire village of Theddingworth which stands astride the A4304 Market Harborough to Lutterworth Road, and is surrounded by delightful open countryside. The property has good access to local communication network with main shopping and supermarket facilities available at nearby Market Harborough or Lutterworth. Access to the M1 junction 20 at Lutterworth, and the A14 A1/M6 link road to the south. There are mainline rail services at Market Harborough and Rugby to London St Pancras with it Eurostar link.
Viewings & Directions - Viewings should be arranged through the agents Andrew Granger & Company on 01858-431315. To reach the property from Market Harborough town centre, proceed westbound via Coventry Road (A4304), passing through the village of Lubenham and into the village of Theddingworth where the property is towards the end of the village and will be easily identified on the right hand side with an Andrew Granger & Co 'For Sale' board erected.
Accommodation In Detail - With a wealth of character and many original features including exposed beams, attractive fireplaces, stripped pine period doors, the beautifully presented interior comprises
Ground Floor -
Entrance Hallway - Via period oak panelled door with leaded glass insert window, flagstone flooring, sealed glazed window to side elevation, decorative brick arch with exposed timber beams and old school style radiator.
Inner Hall - With part timber panelled walls, further flagstone flooring, exposed brickwork with exposed timber beams and stairs rising to first floor.
Lounge - 4.57m x 4.04m (15'0" x 13'3") - Feature fireplace with exposed brickwork, period quarry tiled hearth with open fire grate in situ, period exposed beams to ceiling, decorative old school style cast iron radiator, sealed glazed timber framed window to front elevation with views over the front garden and beyond to open rolling countryside. T.V. aerial socket and telephone point.
Dining Room - 4.57m x 2.84m (15'0" x 9'4") - Travertine flooring, feature fireplace with exposed brickwork, timber mantle, multi fuel log burner in situ, exposed beams to ceiling, sealed glazed timber framed window to side elevation, cast iron old school style radiator, useful under stairs storage cupboard, T.V. aerial socket. Open plan to
Kitchen - 4.50m x 2.79m (14'9" x 9'2") - Range of Shaker style wall and base units with granite effect roll top work surface, space for rangemaster cooker (sold by separate negotiation), ceramic tiled splashback, built-in extractor hood over, ceramic one and half bowl sink drainer with chrome mixer tap and further ceramic tiles splashback, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for American style fridge/freezer, old school style cast iron radiator, vaulted ceiling with exposed timber beam, two Velux windows, timber framed sealed glazed window to side elevation, timber framed sealed glazed window to rear elevation giving pleasant views across enclosed courtyard and beyond to the landscaped rear garden. Timber stable style door with small glass insert.
First Floor -
Landing Area - With stripped pine panelled latched doors leading off.
Bedroom 1 - 4.11m x 2.82m (13'6" x 9'3") - Built-in triple wardrobes, cast iron old school style radiator, cast iron fireplace, timber framed sealed glazed window to rear elevation giving pleasant views across the landscaped rear garden, wall lights, T.V. aerial socket, telephone point.
Bedroom 2 - 4.01m x 2.21m (13'2" x 7'3") - With timber framed sealed glazed window to front elevation giving pleasant views across open rolling countryside, cast iron old school style radiator, built-in wardrobe.
Bathroom - 3.10m x 2.21m (10'2" x 7'3") - Solid oak flooring, period enamel cast iron ball and claw footed roll top bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment, ceramic tiled splashback, enclosed shower cubicle with full ceramic splash and electric shower over, Heritage style pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps and further ceramic splash, period timber shelf, low flush w.c., old school style cast iron radiator, sealed glazed timber framed window to front elevation with pleasant views across and beyond to open rolling countryside.
Outside - To the front of the property is access via a block paved style concrete driveway with gravelled parking/turning circle with an array of planting, shrubs, bushes and mature trees. The driveway is flanked on both sides with gravelled areas and further planting and a mature hedgerow. Outside water feature and security light, outside water tap, access to garage.
Garage - 5.64m x 2.74m (18'6" x 9'0") - With two timber doors to the front, power and lighting.
Rear Store Area - 2.77m x 1.91m (9'1" x 6'3") - With power, lighting and a Velux window to the ceiling.
To the rear of the property is a paved courtyard area with timber gazebo, a variety of mature plants, shrubs and bushes, outside water tap and outside power.
To the rear of the courtyard are paved steps leading to a raised lawn, good sized garden with paved stepping stone path, two impressive mature flower borders with an array of mature plants, shrubs and bushes and specimen trees. Further paved steps lead to a further lawned area giving access to a good sized greenhouse (sold via separate negotiation), space for two timber garden sheds (sold via separate negotiation). Vegetable growing area, mature hedgerow surrounds the property, open rolling countryside to the rear.
Summer House - 5.03m x 2.79m (16'6" x 9'2") - With two multi paned timber framed windows, timber latch and braced door, two skylights to vaulted ceiling.
Planning Permission - Planning permission was granted on 20th December 2012 (Application number 12/01578/FUL) for the erection of a single storey rear extension and insertion of rooflights to the garage. The rooflights have been installed, and Building Control confirm that the status is "Building Work Started" (Ref No 15/00980/DALBN). Further information from the selling agents, although interested parties are recommended to liaise directly with Harborough District Council regarding any queries relating to planning matters.
Fixtures & Fittings - Fixtures and fittings mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale - all other items regarded as owners fixtures and fittings may be removed.
Energy Performance Certificate - EPC Rating F
Council Tax - Council Tax Band C - For further information contact Harborough District Council 01858 828282
Stamp Duty Rates - You will pay: nothing on the first £125,000 of the purchase price, 2% on the next £125,000, 5% on the next £675,000, 10% on the next £575,000, and 12% on the rest (above £1.5 million)
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