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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Brookdale, Great Easton, Market Harborough, Leicestershire

Under Offer £665,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Built 10 years ago from Traditional Northamptonshire stone, 3 Brookdale is an immaculate family home, which is presented to the highest standard with solid oak floors, windows and staircases.

Entering into a spacious hallway to the right is the study and a WC, and to the left the dining room overlooking the front garden. Moving beyond is a large living kitchen with underfloor heating, feature brick walls, oak units and granite topped island. There is a built in dishwasher, fridge, wine cooler and double Belfast sink. Beyond the island
is a Rangemaster Toledo, with adjacent food
preparation sink area. Double doors lead to the
garden. Leading off from the kitchen is a utility
room with oak units, granite surfaces and a door
to the driveway.

Double doors from the hallway lead into the sitting room, with gas fire and double doors to the garden.

The oak staircase rises from the entrance hall to a lovely light open galleried landing. The master bedroom which overlooks the garden has a fantastic range of fitted furniture and an ensuite bathroom. Completing the first floor accommodation there are a further 3 bedrooms
(one ensuite) and the family bathroom. The second floor is a wonderful open plan eaves room, perfect as a games room or office space.

Great Easton is a popular village set within the beautiful Welland Valley. It is surrounded by unspoilt, and yet accessible, open countryside.

The village consists of many pretty ironstone
houses and boasts an active village community.
The village has a busy Grade II listed pub, the
Sun Inn, which has been recently renovated, as
well as a village shop with Post Office, village
hall and the 13th century St Andrew's church.

Theexcellent Bringhurst Acadamy, sponsored by the David Ross Foundation sits on the edge of the
village and there is further schooling available
in Market Harborough as well as the renowned
public schools of Uppingham, Oakham, Oundle
and Stamford, all of which within easy daily

Market Harborough provides for most of the immediate shopping needs and its train service to London St Pancras takes just over an hour, although there are excellent similar services
available at Kettering, Corby and Peterborough.
The village is equidistant from both Leicester
and Peterborough which provide wider retail
opportunities. The A14 lies to the south and the
A47 to the north and both provide access
to the M1 and A1.

There are many excellent leisure opportunities within the area and the picturesque Eye Brook Reservoir sits just to the north of the village. During World War II the reservoir was the
test area for the revolutionary 'bouncing bomb'
used in the 'Dambuster' raids and it now and
provides excellent birdwatching, fishing, walking
and cycling opportunities. Rutland Water, just to
the north, offers a wider range of activities and
there are a number of renowned golf courses
within easy reach including the distinguished
Luffenham Heath Golf Club.

3 Brookdale has a spacious mono block driveway with parking for multiple vehicles, there is a double garage, with electric door and eaves storage space, and adjacent a single car port. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a charming summer house, raised border and storage shed.

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06 November 2016

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