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5 bedroom detached house for sale

East Leake

Sold STC £550,000

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Eaton Lodge is an excellent example of Edwardian grandeur on a large scale with features that include a fully tiled Minton hallway, rebated fireplaces, high skirtings and ceilings providing a feeling of space with rooms on such a scale they are sure to impress. The cellar and attic room provide further amenity whilst externally the property occupies a generous plot with a garage that exceeds 30' in length not withstanding the extra store room beyond. The full layout in brief comprises of sun room (previously the dressing area for the tennis courts) hall with Minton floor, generous lounge, separate dining room, sitting room, kitchen with walk in pantry and WC. At first floor there are four substantial bedrooms and nicely sized fifth, the master with en-suite facilities, the bathroom is modern and the separate WC completes this floor. This property is a real gem and includes brass light switches and chain link sash windows. Station Road is an auspicious address and viewing is thouroughly recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer. The property sits on a good sized plot measuring approximately 0.32 Acres.

Accommodation - Glazed double doors provide access to the sun room.

Garden Room - 6.53m x 2.03m (21'5 x 6'8) - The sun room was affiliated to the original tennis courts opposite and gives the first hint of the treasures that exist within the main property. There is a vaulted ceiling, multiple glass panes, arched dormer window and quarry tiled floor. There is painted brickwork, shelving and a bench seat. Glazed internal door with fixed panels adjacent and above through to the hall.

Reception Hall - 7.65m x 2.59m (25'1 x 8'6) - The hall is broad in extent and has a wonderful Minton tiled floor, there is a ceiling height of 10' which provides a feeling of grandeur. Original height skirting, dado rail, stairs to first floor with shaped timber spindle balustrade and stained wood banister, original coving, four brass light switches. Two double radiators serve the space. The hall is the main access for the prime reception rooms the first of which is the lounge.

Lounge - 7.80m x 5.97m (25'7 x 19'7) - The lounge has a feature inglenook fire setting with bench seating either side of the current gas fire (disconnected), two rear elevation leaded light glazed windows. The main bay faces West, this is single glazed with secondary double glazing fitted and painted upper panels. The ceiling height continues at an impressive 9'10, multiple radiators serve the room which has the original cornicing and picture rail, two brass light switches. This is an impressive main reception room.

Dining Room - 5.49m 1.83m x 5.33m max (18' 6 x 17'6 max) - The dining room also has a feature inglenook fireplace with gas fire recessed with timber panelling above, side elevation leaded light glazed window, there are then two front elevation sash windows ( one is sealed) on a chain link with secondary double glazing fitted, radiator beneath, wood flooring is in a square parquet pattern, ornate ceiling rose, high skirting, picture rail, cornicing and a bank of four brass light switches on a wall plate.

Sitting Room - 4.57m x 4.90m max (15' x 16'1 max) - The third reception room also has a front elevation bay window with sashes on a chain link, secondary double glazing fitted, side elevation sash into the sun room, open fireplace on raised tiled hearth with brick surround and complimentary mantlepiece, twin telephone point and Broadband connection. Original cornicing and picture rail along with brass light switch detail which is commensurate with the other rooms.

Cloakroom And Wc - Accessed from the hall the cloakroom has a leaded light door then wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks, a further glazed door with glazing above to the segregated WC which has a rear elevation chain link sash and half tiling to the walls.

Kitchen - 4.80m x 3.66m (15'9 x 12) - The kitchen is nicely lit having two North aspect windows, one of which is original sash with chain (sealed), views over the garden, gas cooker point, roll top worksurfaces. A range of base and eye-level cupboards provide ample storage, plumbing for automatic dishwasher, space for fridge freezer, neutrally presented and having a bench seat to the dining section. Rear side access door and access through to the utility room.

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Utility - 2.95m x 2.08m (9'8 x 6'10) - The utility is a short walk from the back door and has a stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for chest freezer, radiator, painted brickwork, additional cold water tap and it discreetly houses the gas consumer unit.

Walk In Pantry - 2.29m x 3.81m (7'6 x 12'6) - The walk in pantry is a further delight having quarry tiled floor, front and rear elevation single glazed window with obscure panels, an abundance of shelving and houses the modern electric circuit breaker and meter.

Cellar - 4.60m x 2.11m (15'1 x 6'11) - The cellar has painted steps and brickwork that lead down to a main storage area that measures 15'1 x 6'11 and here is the gas central heating boiler. There is an adjoining external cellar that measures 12' x 6'9".

First Floor Landing - With side elevation single glazed timber framed obscure glass window with secondary double glazing fitted and radiator beneath, the ceiling height is beyond 9'. There is a shaped timber spindle galleried balustrade with stained wood banister, decorative dado rail and picture rail.

Bedroom One - 4.27m x 4.31m 0.61m (14'0" x 14'1" 2'0") - The main bedroom has en-suite facilities and two rear elevation sash windows with secondary double glazing fitted, views over the garden towards rural Nottinghamshire. A ceiling height of 9'1 with further lighting provided by a ceiling roof light, high skirting and internal door through to the en-suite.

En-Suite - 4.57m x 3.35m max (15' x 11' max) - A three piece suite comprising of corner shower cubicle with retracting curved doors, hidden cistern WC, pedestal wash hand basin all with tiled splashbacks, tiled floor followed by exposed timber flooring and a front elevation window.

Bedroom Two - 5.66m x 4.24m (18'7 x 13'11) - Dimensionally larger than bedroom one this bedroom could easily be used as the master with two South facing front elevation chain link sash windows (one sealed) radiator beneath, original picture rail and skirting built in bedroom furniture to one corner with sliding wardrobe doors having rail within and a further corner unit, twin brass light switches continue the period theme.

Bedroom Three - 4.60m x 3.94m (15'1 x 12'11) - The third double bedroom has an exposed timber floor, pedestal wash hand basin, double wardrobe with rail, two front aspect sash windows (one sealed), radiator beneath and original skirting.

Bedroom Four - 3.71m x 2.41m (12'2 x 7'11) - The fourth bedroom has a rear elevation sash window, view over the garden, bracketed wash hand basin with tiled splashbacks and radiator.

Bedroom Five - 2.62m x 2.54m (8'7 x 8'4) - The fifth bedroom has a side elevation sash window with secondary double glazing fitted, radiator beneath, double electrical socket and neutral wall decoration with childs decorative border.

Family Bathroom - Two piece Dolphin suite comprising of panelled bath with Mira electric sport shower over, pedestal wash hand basin both with tiled splashbacks, there is a centrally heated towel rail and additional radiator, side elevation window, tiled floor and double cupboard with storage, airing cupboard and roof space access hatch.

Wc - The WC is separate to the bathroom and has a side elevation single glazed window, low level WC, tiling to the floor and half tiling to the wall.

Attic Room - Accessed via alternate step stairs the loft room is open to interpretation as regards its use and can be an informal occasional bedroom, office /study and measures some 42' corner to corner and 22'at its widest point. There is a Velux roof window, vaulted ceiling and separate door through to the eaves storage.

Outside Front - A pea gravelled driveway is accessed via a 6 bar gate to Eaton Lodge, initially there is an expanse of lawned fore garden with then mature trees that screen the property from Station Road. The driveway has a turning point, further parking and continues round to the left past the bay of the lounge and then to the rear where there is further parking and an area of coloured tarmac followed by the garage with workbench which has a pitched clay tiled roof, up and over door, 3 power points and side elevation window. The garage measures 31'7 x 12'7 max. There is a further room to the rear of the garage measuring 8'9 x 5'9 ideal for further storage.

Outside Rear - Adjacent to the garage is a paved patio then there is a rectangular section of lawn, a brick built garden shed with slate roof this measures 14' x 9'5. The garden is private, not overlooked from beyond. Adjacent to the kitchen there is an external WC. There is a small clear roofed area adjacent to the back door which can be used as a small carport.
From a maintenance point of view the chimneys were renovated and re built in 2012.

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To Find The Property - From East Leake village centre proceed along the Main Street, between the church and the corner sgp turn right onto Station Road. The property is situated shortly after the turning for Bateman Road on the right hand side identified by the agents For Sale Board.

Services, Tenure, Council Tax Information - All mains services are available and connected to the property which is gas centrally heated. Tenure is freehold. Rushcliffe Borough Council, tax band G.

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21 November 2016

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