4 bedroom cottage for saleThe Woolrooms, Coleorton LE67 8JN
- CHARMING DETACHED COTTAGE
- RETAINED CHARACTER FEATURES
- FOUR BEDROOMS
- TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
- COUNTRY LANE LOCATION
- EXTENSIVE GRAVELLED DRIVEWAY
- GENEROUS GARDENS
- OPEN COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS
- EPC: E
MARTIN COTTAGE: A charming and stylishly finished PERIOD DETACHED COTTAGE nestled in a peaceful and secluded country lane location with excellent transport links nearby including the M42, East Midlands Airport and the market towns of Ashby-de-la-Zouch and Loughborough. Enter through the slate tiled entrance hall where you'll find two reception rooms (both with log burners and beamed ceilings), a garden conservatory with this space offering the potential for enlargement of the property (subject to relevant consents), a contemporary dining kitchen, utility/shower room and study/bedroom four. To the first floor there are two bedrooms and period-style bathroom. Bedroom two is situated on the second floor. Electrically-operated gates open to reveal an extensive gravelled driveway, substantial lawned garden and stunning views across open farmland to the rear. VIEWING IS ENTHUSIASTICALLY RECOMMENDED!
The Location - The property is situated in the sought-after and desirable village of Coleorton. Nearby Coleorton Hall, nestled in fifty acres of magnificent landscaped grounds, was built for Sir George Beaumont and his wife Dame Margaret and inhabited for the first time in 1808. The period cottage is located on a quiet semi-rural lane with easy access of the M42 and M1 motorways via the nearby A512, and the international airports at East Midlands and Birmingham.
Entrance Hallway - 19'0''x 5'7'' - An impressive and generous entrance to the property featuring a slate tiled floor, two double glazed windows, ceiling spot lights and a bespoke solid oak full height cloaks cupboard.
Accommodation In Detail -
Lounge - 15'3''x 13'5'' - A cosy living space centred around cast iron log burner with exposed brick inset and quarry tiled hearth. Ceiling spot lights, double glazed French doors leading out into the rear courtyard and original stripped pine entrance door.
Dining/Sitting Room - 15'0'' x 15'0'' - A versatile room with continuation of the slate tiled flooring from the entrance hallway, original exposed beamed ceiling and cast iron log burner with slated tiled hearth and exposed brick surround with solid oak mantle. Feature wall with contemporary wall coverings and up-lighters. Solid oak latch entrance door, stripped pine latch door and enclosed staircase to the first floor. Stripped pine glazed door leading to:
Dining Kitchen - 18'3'' x 11'10'' - An impressive and stylishly finished framed shaker style contemporary kitchen with a matching range of base, drawer and eye level units, solid Beech breakfast bar and an integrated dishwasher. Ceramic tiled floor, dining bar, fixed stainless steel Smeg extractor hood and space for a Range oven (Please note a brand new Electric Aga Range is available by separate negotiation). The kitchen has two double glazed windows, original stripped pine entrance door, stylish vertical hung radiator, solid oak glazed leaded rear entrance door leading out into the courtyard and solid oak door to:
Garden Conservatory - 15'0''x 10'4'' - Of brick and timber framed double glazed construction with opening roof lights, ceramic tiled floor, electric light, power and French doors leading out into the rear courtyard.
Utility Room/Shower Room - 9'6''x 5'3'' - An extremely useful space just off the kitchen with plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for tumble dryer, storage cupboard, solid Beech work top, ceramic tiled floor, corner shower enclosure with mixer shower and contemporary vanity style wash hand basin, low level w.c., chrome heated towel radiator, ceiling spot lights, extractor, double glazed window and solid oak door to:
Study/Bedroom Four - 9'7''x 9'6'' - An versatile room utilised currently as both a study and bedroom with a day bed (not included), ceiling spot lights.
First Floor Landing - Featuring original exposed ceiling and wall beams which are a particular feature of the property, staircase leading to the second floor, ceiling spot lights and double glazed window enjoying stunning views across open farmland to the rear.
Bedroom One - 15'3''x 9'6'' - An impressive bright and airy master bedroom with dual aspect double glazed windows the rear enjoying stunning open views across farmland to the rear, a vaulted ceiling with ceiling spot lights and loft access. Built-in double wardrobe and original stripped pine latch entrance door.
Bedroom Three - 9'0''x 7'8'' - This single sized bedroom overlooks the enclosed front drive and has exposed ceiling beam and original stripped pine entrance door.
Bathroom - With a highly impressive Heritage style five piece suite comprising a roll top claw foot free-standing bath with off tap mixer shower, twin bowl vanity sink units with cupboards beneath, low level w.c. and separate shower enclosure with mixer shower. Stripped wooden floor boards, half height tongue and groove hand painted timber surround, extractor fan, two double glazed windows, exposed ceiling beam, shaver point, heated towel radiator and stripped pine latch entrance door.
Second Floor Landing - With multi panelled single glazed window enjoying wonderful views of the garden and open farmland to the rear and a stripped pine latch door leading to:
Bedroom Two - 15'6'' x 15'0'' - A generous double sized second bedroom with exposed roof purlins, ceiling spot lights, loft access, double glazed window enjoying the stunning views across open farmland.
Outside - The property occupies this peaceful and secluded country lane location nestled amongst three other neighbouring properties with its own private grounds. Electrically operated timber gates open to reveal extensive frontage and gravelled driveway with parking for approximately 6-7 cars, storm porch with light covering the main entrance door and surrounding maturing trees. The generous gardens sit to the side of the home, laid to lawn with borders, shrubs and maturing trees, enclosed by timber fencing and with the lower lawn having two timber built storage sheds. The courtyard to the very rear of the property enjoys a sitting area where you can access from both the lounge and conservatory and these enjoys stunning views of open farmland to the rear.
Services, Tenure And Council Tax - All mains services are connected to the property with the exception of gas. The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. North West Leicestershire District Council - Tax Band F.
How To Get There - From our NEWTON FALLOWELL office in the heart of ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH: Turn right into Market Street. Follow the road to the roundabout with the Tesco supermarket and take the third exit. Go over the A42 dual carriageway and take the A512 exit towards Loughborough. Continue for a mile or so and turn left into Rempstone Road (B524). Within a mile, turn right onto Gelsmoor Road. First right into Aqueduct Road. Then left into The Woolrooms where the property, MARTIN COTTAGE, can be found on the left hand side. POST CODE for SAT NAVS: LE67 8JN
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