4 bedroom detached house for saleHoby Road, Thrussington
- 15th Century Half Timber Detached
- EPC Rating E
- Four Double Bedrooms
- Three Reception Rooms
- Breakfast Kitchen & Utility
- Three Stables in courtyard
- Double Garage
A beautifully presented four bedroom detached character property offering parking for several cars, spacious double garage and very useful outbuildings currently used for storage but could be converted to a games room/office ect if required. This Grade II listed family home benefits from gas central heating, exposed beams and open fires. A fully enclosed rear garden is also a further highlight. Situated in the delightful rural village of Thrussington which offers great links to the A46 making commuting to Leicester and Nottingham very easy.
Entrance Porch - Accessed via a solid wood door with tiled floor, radiator, multi-pane side window, an open brick archway leading to the inner hallway and door off to the cloakroom WC.
First Floor Landing - Stairs rising to the first floor landing from the lounge with window to the front aspect, radiator, wall light, exposed beams, access to loft, built-in deep storage cupboard with hanging rails and archway leading to the inner hallway.
Family Bathroom - 16'1''max x 6'3''plus recess - A spacious bathroom with traditional cast iron roll top bath with side mixer tap and shower, bidet, vanity wash basin with granite effect surface, cupboards and drawers underneath, part tiled walls, separate shower cubicle with electric shower, tiled walls and glazed door, low flush WC, exposed beams to walls, low level multi-pane windows to front, double radiator and four wall lights.
Bedroom One - 10'6''max x 16'5'' - Exposed timbers to walls, multi-pane window to the side aspect overlooking the garden, two double wall lights, fitted cupboards housing the hot water tank and shelving for storage.
Bedroom Two - 15'10''max x 10'2''max - Exposed beams to walls, low level multi-pane window to the rear, double radiator and communicating door leading to bedroom three.
Bedroom Three - 15'3''max x 8'5'' - Exposed beams to ceilings and walls, low level multi-pane window to the rear aspect, two wall lights, radiator and door leading to the second landing and staircase to entrance hall.
Bedroom Four - 8'6''max x 11'9'' - An 'L' shaped room with multi-pane window to the front aspect, a wealth of exposed beams to ceilings and walls, exposed brick chimney breast, fitted cupboard with hanging rails and top storage cupboards, radiator and access to loft.
Second Floor Landing - Staircase leading down to the entrance hall, double radiator, exposed beams to ceilings and walls and door off to bedroom four.
Outside - The property occupies a most pleasant corner position. There is a shared vehicle access via Hoby Road leading to a substantial courtyard, the whole of which is owned by the vendors and there are extensive outbuildings including stables and a double garage. The outbuildings could be converted to offices for anyone wanting to work from home or an annexe for parents / grown up children.
Double Garage - 16'1''x 16'2'' - Double wooden doors to the front aspect.
Stable One - 15'1''x 16'0'' - Having a high pitched roof and brick floor.
Cloakroom Wc - Two piece suite comprising low flush WC and wash hand basin, radiator and multi-pane window to the front aspect.
Stable Two - 25'2''x 14'2'' - Two stable doors to the front aspect, double glazed skylights to roof and brick floor.
Stable Three - 13'11''x 13'9'' - Stable door to the front aspect, double glazed skylight to roof, side window and brick floor.
Gardens - There is a delightful enclosed side garden with shaped lawn and flower beds with high timber fencing and wall surrounding, block paved patio with gate leading to the courtyard. The garden is planted with a variety of mature shrubs and trees including silver birch, mountain ash, fig tree and apricot tree. Perfect for a family or couple wanting a pretty yet private garden.
Thrussington - Thrussington has always been a very popular Leicestershire village and attracts people from Leicester, Melton Mowbray, Syston and Loughborough with The Star Inn 1744 Restaurant and bar, Primary School, village hall and the Deli / village store as highlight's. Beedles Lake golf club is close by and with the A46 only a 10 minute drive away, access to Leicester and Loughborough is on your door step. There is a Thrussington Life magazine as well which is popular.
Inner Hallway - With a beamed ceiling, recessed alcove with wall light, second staircase to first floor and door to cellar.
Lounge - 14'1''max x 16'6'' - Having a wealth of character and charm with multi-pane windows to the side and rear aspect, feature brick fireplace with open fire grate, brick hearth and wooden mantel, three double wall lights, two double radiators, exposed timber beams to the ceiling and walls and latch door leading to the main staircase.
Dining Room - 14'11''x 12'7''max - Multi-pane window to the rear aspect, exposed beams to the ceiling, brick fireplace with wooden mantel and brick hearth (not in use), four double wall lights, double radiator, quarry tiled floor and latch door through to the breakfast kitchen.
Study - 17'1''x 6'11'' - Multi-pane windows to the front and part multi-pane stable door leading to the garden, exposed timber framing to walls, a range of fitted bookshelves, double radiator and door off to the utility room.
Utility Room - 4'0''x 6'8'' - Multi-pane window to the front aspect, shelving, gas meter, plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer.
Breakfast Kitchen - 14'2''x 12'9'' - Fitted with a range of Shaker style wall and base units with granite work tops, ceramic sink and drainer, brass mixer taps and tiled splashbacks, feature brick arched recess housing the four ring gas hob and separate double electric oven and grill with extractor fan over, integrated dishwasher and fridge, double radiator, quarry tiled flooring, understair storage cupboard, spotlighting, rustic brick walls and exposed beams to ceiling and multi-pane windows to the rear aspect.
Cellar - 11'8''x 13'11'' - Stairs leading down to the cellar from the entrance hallway, window to the rear aspect, brick flooring, lighting, power points and radiator. The cellar is used on a regular basis with the current vendors.
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