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5 bedroom detached house for sale

High Street, Bottesford, Nottingham


Property Description

Key features

  • Stunning Detached Period Home
  • Grade II Listed
  • 5 Double Bedrooms
  • Ensuite & Main Bathroom
  • Wealth of Character & Features
  • Delightful Established Gardens
  • Double Width Driveway & Garage
  • Walking Distance to the Heart of Village
  • EPC rating N/A

Full description


Claremont House is a beautiful double fronted detached Period home located centrally within this highly regarded and much sought after Vale of Belvoir village.

This beautiful Grade II listed three storey property offers a wealth of versatile accommodation extending to approximately 2,500 sq ft and offering immense character and many original features including a stunning Period turning staircase to the impressive entrance vestibule with high vaulted ceiling and attractive quarry tiled floor, and with the majority of the ground floor rooms affording attractive high ceilings, deep skirtings and live fireplaces as well as original sash windows. To the ground floor are two main well-proportioned reception rooms as well as a spacious farmhouse style dining kitchen sympathetically modernised with a generous range of units and integrated appliances, and having a pleasant aspect out into the rear garden. In addition there is a spacious utility room with the original brick thrall and separate ground floor cloakroom. To the first floor are three generous double bedrooms, with the master bedroom benefitting from ensuite facilities, and separate family bathroom. On the second floor are two further double bedrooms which offer a wealth of character with exposed timbers and Dormer window to the front which overall creates a stunning family orientated home.

The property occupies a prominent position within walking distance to the heart of the village, set back behind an established well maintained frontage with double width driveway and modern sympathetically constructed detached twin garage. To the rear of the property is a delightful garden which has been lovingly established and landscaped over the years and is well-stocked with a range of trees and shrubs, with central lawn, brick potting shed and pretty timber summer house. Directly to the rear of the property is a lovingly created blockset and flagged terrace with central raised border and offering a pleasant aspect into the garden. Overall creating a wonderful outside living/entertaining space.

Claremont House is a fascinating well-proportioned individual family orientated home situated within this popular well served village, with Bottesford being located within easy reach of local road communications and also benefitting from rail links to the high speed train from Grantham to Kings Cross in just over an hour.

Overall viewing is the only way to truly appreciate both the location and accommodation on offer.

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.


Entrance Hall - 5.74m x 1.73m (18'10 x 5'8) - Having unusual attractive spindle balustrade staircase rising to the first floor landing, high vaulted ceiling, quarry tiled floor, deep skirting and architrave, ceiling light point with ornate plaster rose, useful under stairs storage area, central heating radiator.

Further doors leading to;

Sitting Room - 4.52m into alcove x 4.62m (14'10 into alcove x 15' - An attractive well-proportioned reception typical of a property of its era, being a lovely square room with focal point being chimney breast with slate flagstone hearth, stripped Period fire surround and mantle, inset solid fuel stove, attractive arched alcoves to either side, high ceiling with central rose, deep skirting, central heating radiator, sash window to the front elevation.

Dining Room - 5.21m max into alcove x 3.66m (17'1 max into alcov - A grand formal dining room having attractive exposed brick fireplace with quarry tiled hearth, mantle and inset gas flame coal effect fire, arched alcoves to either side with built-in bookcases and storage cupboards beneath, stripped exposed floorboards, deep skirting, dado rail, coved ceiling with central rose, central heating radiator concealed behind feature cover, original sash window to the front.

Kitchen - 4.95m x 3.66m (16'3 x 12'0) - A particularly well-proportioned family orientated farmhouse style kitchen which will no doubt become the hub of the home, having a delightful aspect out into the enclosed rear garden, appointed with a generous range of cream fronted base units and complimenting glass fronted display cabinets, granite work surfaces, over-mounted Belfast style one and half bowl sink and drainer unit, chrome swan neck mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, gas fired aga with attractive original built-in cupboards to the side, integrated fan assisted double oven, four ring stainless steel finish gas hob with glass and stainless steel chimney hood over, dishwasher, two larder fridges, exposed beams to the ceiling, attractive quarry tiled floor, multi-pane window to the rear elevation.

Utility Room/Pantry - 5.26m max x 2.44m (17'3 max x 8'0) - A versatile space, ideal as a generous laundry room/pantry, having original brick thrall, attractive quarry tiled floor, Belfast style sink with chrome taps, tiled splashbacks, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, exposed beams to the ceiling, central heating radiator, door returning to the sitting room.

Ground Floor Cloakroom - 1.52m x 1.24m (5'0 x 4'1) - Having a two piece contemporary white suite comprising of close coupled WC, wall-mounted circular wash basin with chrome swan neck mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, contemporary wall-mounted radiator, quarry tiled floor, ceiling light point, obscure glazed window.


First Floor Landing - Having staircase rising to the 2nd floor.

Further doors leading to;

Master Bedroom - 4.57m x 4.93m (15'0 x 16'2) - A well-proportioned double bedroom benefitting from ensuite facilities and having a wealth of character, stunning cast iron Period fireplace with carved stone surround and mantle, arched alcoves to either side, exposed beams to the ceiling, built-in wardrobes, window seat, central heating radiator, sash window to the front elevation.

A further door gives access through into the;

Ensuite Bath/Shower Room - 2.74m x 2.21m (9'0 x 7'3) - Having a four piece suite comprising of attractive free-standing ball and claw roll top bath, separate quadrant shower enclosure with wall-mounted electric shower, low flush WC, wash hand basin with chrome taps, contemporary towel radiator, inset downlighters to the ceiling, sash window to the side.

Bedroom 2 - 5.31m into alcove x 3.68m (17'5 into alcove x 12'1 - An attractive well-proportioned double bedroom with a beautiful Period fireplace and surround with arched alcoves to the side, having central heating radiator, sash window to the front elevation.

Bedroom 3 - 5.31m max into alcoves x 3.61m (17'5 max into alco - A superb double bedroom affording a delightful aspect into the rear garden, focal point being chimney breast with beautiful Period fireplace, with built-in storage cupboards to either side with stripped pine door fronts, built-in wardrobe, central heating radiator, multi-pane window to the rear.

Family Bathroom - 4.22m x 2.67m (13'10 x 8'9) - A generous family bathroom appointed with a modern white suite comprising of tongue and groove effect panelled double ended bath with chrome traditional style mixer tap and integrated shower handset, tiled splashbacks, separate quadrant shower enclosure with wall-mounted chrome shower mixer with independent handset over, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome traditional style taps, built-in airing cupboard, contemporary radiator, inset downlighters to the ceiling, multi-pane window to the rear.


Second Floor Landing - Having exposed purlin.

Further doors leading to;

Bedroom 4 - 4.57m x 4.70m (15'0 x 15'5) - An attractive well-proportioned double bedroom offering excellent head height, having part-pitched ceiling with exposed timber purlins, Dormer window to the front, large built-in bookcase/dresser unit with low level storage cupboards with shelving above, chimney breast and sash window to the front.

Bedroom 5 - 5.28m x 3.99m (17'4 x 13'1) - A well-proportioned double bedroom offering a wealth of character with exposed beams to the ceiling, timber purlin, chimney breast with attractive alcove, central heating radiator, sash window to the front elevation.

Exterior - The property occupies a fantastic location conveniently situated within walking distance of the heart of this highly regarded and well-served Vale of Belvoir village, set back behind an established walled and hedged frontage behind which is a formal garden with central pathway leading to the front door, having rectangular lawn with well-stocked borders, and further gravelled pathway and iron courtesy gate giving access onto the driveway which has a flagged and granite set parking area providing off road car standing for two vehicles and leading to the sympathetically constructed modern detached twin garage.

Twin Garage - Having a pair of ledge and brace doors, sub divided into two single units.

Garage 1 - 5.72m max x 2.77m (18'9" max x 9'1") - Having power and light, high ceiling with inset light tunnel and access to a large useful boarded area in the eaves accessed by pull down aluminium ladder, additional courtesy door leading through into the 2nd garage.

Garage 2 - 5.64m x 2.77m (18'6 x 9'1) - Having power and light.

Rear Garden - To the rear of the property is a pretty, lovingly established enclosed garden which offers a good level of privacy with an initial blockset and flagstone terrace with central raised circular brick border, with brick wall and block hedging separating this from the formal lawned garden which is beautifully stocked and thoughtfully landscaped with an abundance of trees and shrubs including fruit trees, having three separate seating areas, one located to the foot of the garden which is an attractive terrace with pretty timber summer house and a more recently constructed Period style potting shed with brick base, glazed side lights and quarry tiled floor. Adjacent to this and integral to the building is a useful brick store.

Council Tax Band - Melton Borough Council - Tax Band F

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Added on Rightmove:
11 October 2016


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