3 bedroom terraced house for saleChapel Street, Bottesford, Nottingham
Sold STC £215,000
- Pretty Double Fronted Period Cottage
- Wealth of Character & Features
- Three Bedrooms
- Two Receptions
- Spacious Traditional Style Dining Kitchen
- Utility & Ground Floor Cloakroom
- Sympathetically Refurbished Throughout
- 100 ft Rear Garden
- Heart of Village Location
* PRETTY DOUBLE FRONTED PERIOD COTTAGE * WEALTH OF CHARACTER & FEATURES * THREE BEDROOMS * TWO RECEPTIONS * SPACIOUS TRADITIONAL STYLE DINING KITCHEN * UTILITY & GROUND FLOOR CLOAKROOM * SYMPATHETICALLY REFURBISHED THROUGHOUT * 100FT REAR GARDEN * HEART OF VILLAGE LOCATION *
A delightful archetypal double fronted Period cottage occupying a fantastic position within walking distance of the wealth of local amenities in this highly regarded and well-served Vale of Belvoir village. Despite its convenient location close to the heart of Bottesford, this individual cottage occupies a deceptive plot with the rear garden approaching 100ft in length, offering a good degree of privacy and a wonderful outdoor space perfect for entertaining, or keen gardeners.
The cottage offers immense character with a wealth of features, heavily beamed ceilings, solid fuel stove to the kitchen, and beautiful Period style fireplace to the main sitting room.
Over recent years the property has also seen a general programme of sympathetic restoration and modernisation combining the elements expected with a traditional home with the benefits of contemporary living. This includes gas central heating with upgraded boiler and sealed unit double glazed sash windows to the front elevation in keeping with the original style of the house.
The property boasts a stunning open plan dining kitchen with a generous range of bespoke shaker style units with butchers block work surfaces. The sitting room is a generous L-shape space benefitting from a dual aspect with French doors leading out into the rear garden. In addition to the ground floor is a useful utility room and cloakroom, and the addition of a garden room/conservatory which provides further flexible reception space and also leads out into the rear garden. To the first floor are three bedrooms, two being doubles, and a beautifully appointed recently installed bathroom.
Overall viewing is the only way to truly appreciate this pretty cottage which is likely to appeal to a wide audience including single and professional couples, potentially small families and also those downsizing from considerably larger dwellings looking for a character home within walking distance to local amenities.
The village of Bottesford is well equipped with local amenities including primary and secondary schools, a range of local shops, doctors and dentists, several public houses and restaurants, railway station with links to Nottingham and Grantham which gives a fast rail link to London's Kings Cross in just over an hour. The A52 and A1 are also close by providing excellent road access.
A TIMBER ENTRANCE DOOR LEADS INTO THE;
Dining Kitchen - 5.49m x 3.25m (18'0 x 10'8) - A delightful well-proportioned character filled room offering a wealth of features, with heavily beamed ceiling, attractive bespoke handcrafted kitchen with a generous range of hand painted cream door fronts, butchers block work surfaces, under-mounted Belfast sink with chrome swan neck mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, focal point being chimney breast with raised slate hearth and inset solid fuel stove, alcove to the side, built-in seat with cupboard beneath, ample room for dining or breakfast table, tiled floor, ceiling light point, multi-pane sash window to the front, staircase rising to the first floor.
Further door giving access through into the;
Utility Room - 4.45m x 1.37m (14'7 x 4'6) - Having rolled edge laminate butchers block effect work surface, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, wall-mounted cupboards, quarry tiled floor, ample room for free-standing appliances. wall-mounted gas central heating boiler, pitched ceiling with inset skylight.
Further door leading through into the;
Ground Floor Cloakroom - 1.30m x 1.04m (4'3 x 3'5) - Having a two piece modern but traditional style suite comprising of close coupled WC, wall-mounted wash basin with chrome mixer tap, tiled floor, pitched ceiling, UPVC double glazed window.
Conservatory - 3.00m x 2.36m (9'10 x 7'9) - A useful addition to the property providing further flexible reception space, flooded with light, having pitched clear glass double glazed roof, strip wood flooring, central heating radiator, multi-pane windows and French doors leading out onto the rear garden.
Sitting Room - 5.11m x 3.89m max (16'9 x 12'9 max) - A well-proportioned L-shape main reception benefitting from a dual aspect with French doors leading out into the rear garden, focal point of room being chimney breast with beautiful Period style reclaimed pine fire surround and mantle with inset cast-iron fireplace and grate, slate hearth, alcoves to the side, heavily beamed ceiling, wood effect laminate floor, useful under stairs storage cupboard, central heating radiator, sealed unit double glazed sash window to the front.
FROM THE KITCHEN A TURNING STAIRCASE RISES TO THE;
First Floor Landing - Having ceiling light point.
Further doors leading to;
Bedroom 1 - 3.71m x 2.64m (12'2 x 8'8) - A well-proportioned double bedroom benefitting from fitted wardrobe, feature display alcove, exposed varnished floor boards, central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed window to the front.
Bedroom 3 - 2.59m x 2.36m max (8'6 x 7'9 max) - Currently utilised as a dressing room, but would make a perfect childs single bedroom or home office, having built-in storage cupboard, central heating radiator, part-pitched ceiling, multi-pane window over looking the rear garden.
FROM THE INITIAL LANDING, AN OPEN DOORWAY AND SINGLE STEP LEAD UP INTO AN;
Inner Landing - 1.42m x 1.07m (4'8 x 3'6) - Having access to loft space above.
Further doors leading to;
Bedroom 2 - 2.64m x 2.79m excluding wardrobes (8'8 x 9'2 exclu - A double bedroom with built-in wardrobe with painted louvered door front, ceiling light point, central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed window to the front.
Bathroom - 2.26m x 1.37m (7'5 x 4'6) - Beautifully appointed having been tastefully modernised in keeping with the cottage, having a traditional style three piece white suite comprising of panelled bath with chrome mixer tap and integrated shower handset, additional wall-mounted shower mixer with rose over and glass screen, close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps, tiled splashbacks, combination column towel radiator, attractive tiled floor, ceiling light point, multi-pane windows to the rear.
Exterior - The property occupies a particularly convenient location situated within yards of the heart of this highly regarded and well-served Vale of Belvoir village, fronting Chapel Street with on street parking and to the rear is an unexpected gem of a particularly generous established and private rear garden.
Rear Garden - The rear garden approaches 100 ft in length, being mainly laid to lawn with an initial paved terrace leading onto the central lawned area, with further stone chipping seating area with timber edge borders, well stocked established trees and shrubs, useful timber storage shed.
Council Tax Band - Melton Borough Council - Tax Band B
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