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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Main Street, Goadby Marwood

Sold STC £595,000

Property Description

Key features

  • CHARACTER VILLAGE HOME WITH SELF CONTAINED OFFICE FACILITIES
  • TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
  • FOUR/FIVE BEDROOMS
  • DELIGHTFUL GARDENS
  • SUPERB DETACHED OFFICE'S WITH KITCHEN & TOILET FACILITES
  • TRADITONAL RANGE OF OUTBUILDINGS & CARPORT
  • EPC RATING E

Full description

A wonderful four bedroom detached bedroom family home of considerable character with three reception rooms, located in this picturesque village in the Vale of Belvoir. Beautifully presented throughout, the current vendors converted a substantial detached brick outbuilding in 2010 to create a stunning two storey self-contained office behind the main property which is perfect for anyone wanting to work from home or use as an Annexe. With a double timber framed car port and delightful gardens, early viewings are recommended.


OFFICE 1 
With two sets of bi-folding doors over looking the gardens, wooden flooring, spot lighting, two Velux sky lights and an array of power points as well as an exposed brick wall as a feature.

INNER HALL 
With a electric heater, stairs to the first floor, access to the kitchen, 2nd cloakroom W.C and office 2.

WC FOR FEMALES 
Wooden flooring, wash hand basin and W.C with extractor fan.

KITCHEN 
This small kitchen area is ideal for a self contained office, benefits from a sink and drainer, wall and base units, plumbing for a dish washer, room for a fridge and double glazed window over looking the gardens.

OFFICE 2 
Two sets of three double glazed windows over look the gardens, wooden flooring, an array of power points, fire door to the side leading into the garden, shelving, spot lighting and an air conditioning unit, perfect for those hot summer months.

FIRST FLOOR 
Painted and decorated with lighting, power points and a fitted work desk, the first floor creates light by way of three sky lights. This room has not been carpeted and is currently unused. This could be used as further office space or a play/games room.

OUTSIDE IVY HOUSE  
To the front of this very attractive property there is a brick wall separating the front garden from the roadside. The frontage has been designed with low maintenance in mind. Double iron gates open up to a long sweeping driveway creating vast off road parking. The driveway is bordered by flower beds containing shrubs and conifers. Leading on from the pebbled driveway is a timber carport offering sheltered parking for two cars. The gardens are split into two and are both very well presented and offer plenty of seating areas to sit back and relax. The main garden itself is laid to lawn and is ideal for children to play on.

DRESSING AREA TO BATHROOM 
Off the landing and before entering the bathroom there is the benefit of a spacious dressing area. With wooden flooring, window to the rear, floor to ceiling double doors opening the airing cupboard. Shelving and telephone point.

FAMILY BATHROOM 
This four piece bathroom benefits from wooden flooring, recess lighting, shaver point, a window to the rear aspect, a wash hand basin and W.C. The suite has been fitted in keeping with the character of an old styled property and works very well including the freestanding roll top bath with mixer taps in the centre of the room. A fully tiled shower cubicle is an added bonus as well as the fire place feature.

OUTBUILDINGS 
When Ivy House Farm was first purchased by the current vendors, the property contained three brick outbuildings. Great for storage, the current vendors have added to these greatly by building a timber bike shed onto the back of one and a timber shed which stores the wood for the multi fuel burning stoves to the side of the second outbuilding. The third brick outbuilding has had a major overhaul and been converted to a self contained detached office with kitchen and toilet facilities.

DETACHED SELF CONTAINED OFFICE 
On entering the office there is a small reception area with room for a couch. With wooden flooring, spot light, sky light and guest W.C. The offices are self contained with two separate offices, and kitchen area.

WC FOR MEN 
Wooden flooring, window to the side, wash hand basin and W.C

REAR PORCH 
Wooden stable door, door to cloakroom W.C and study.

CLOAKROOM WC WITH SHOWER 
With a wash hand basin, WC, tiled flooring, radiator and a fully tiled shower cubicle.

STUDY WITH MEZZANINE 
This room could be used in many different ways, as a study, annexe with teenagers lounge and bedroom, the list goes on. With wooden flooring, radiator, window to the front aspect with a stone sile and a vaulted ceiling. Wooden stairs from the study leading up to a 5th bedroom. From the bedroom which measures 9'3ft x 7'6ft you can look down into the study from the bannister. With an exposed brick wall, wooden beams to ceiling and power points, light and telephone point, this room not only adds to the character of the house but can be a key feature.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING 
On the first floor are four bedrooms, family bathroom and dressing area.

BEDROOM ONE 
Window to the front with wooden lintel above, radiator and fire place feature.

BEDROOM TWO 
Window to the front aspect with wooden lintel, radiator and feature fire place

BEDROOM THREE 
Window to the rear and radiator

BEDROOM FOUR 
Window to the front aspect with wooden lintel, radiator, storage alcove and fitted wardrobes. Bedroom four is a nice sized single bedroom that is currently being used as a dressing room.

ENTRANCE HALL 
As you walk into this delightful family home the ground floor lay out works very well straight away. Fully carpeted, the hallway offers under stairs storage area, stairs to the first floor, radiator and access to the living areas.

HISTORY 
The current vendors saw huge potential when they bought the property in 2010. In need of updating and modernising, the current vendors redecorated the whole house, added a shower cubicle to the family bathroom and called in the builders to look at the derelict out building and create a fantastic self-contained office. The detached home office could be used for many different purposes such as a detached annexe. With two separate offices, his and hers toilets and kitchen, this detached office area also offers a staircase to the first floor which also benefits from lighting, power points and three sky lights. In 2014 all the windows were re-painted. Located in this picturesque village and situated on a three quarters of an acre plot with an Orchard garden, viewings are highly recommended.

SNUG 
With wooden beams to ceiling, window to the front aspect, radiator, wall lighting and French doors which lead out to the courtyard patio seating area. A multi fuel stove is a focal point and set within the chimney breast with exposed stone, wooden mantle and stone hearth.

FAMILY LOUNGE 
With potential to extend, if required, this open plan dining kitchen offers flag stone paving to the kitchen area and a raised dining area. A range of wall and base units, ceramic sink/drainer with one and half bowl, wooden beams to ceiling, plumbing for dish washer and a "Redfyre" electric freestanding cooker with wooden mantle above. Windows over looking the gardens and radiator.

UTILITY ROOM 
This spacious utility room offers a range of matching wall and base units from the kitchen, flag stone paving, Belfast sink, boiler, radiator, plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Windows to the rear and side aspect and archway to:

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