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Meeting Street, Quorn

Key features

  • A charming Grade II Listed detached cottage
  • Believed to date back to the 17th Century
  • Lovingly restored and modernised family home
  • Desirable setting in the heart of Quorn
  • Open-plan living space filled with character
  • Five double bedrooms across the upper floors
  • Gravel drive with electric timber gates
  • Underfloor heating throughout the ground floor
  • Garden room opening out onto walled gardens

Property description

A sublime Grade II Listed detached cottage believed to date back to the 17th Century in a desirable village setting. The White House blends charm and character with bright open-plan living spaces and five double bedrooms. There is a gravel drive with electric gates and a walled garden. Watch the 360 virtual tour.

General Description - Alexanders are privileged with instruction to market this exceptional Grade II listed detached cottage that has been lovingly restored and modernised set in the heart of the revered Charnwood village of Quorn. The property is believed to date back to circa 1658 as be one of the very first dwellings in the village and is heaped in character throughout with an abundance of features including exposed beams, stone and brickwork, and sliding sash windows. The characterful feel is supported by light and airy open-plan living areas and well-proportioned rooms providing plenty of space for family living.

Expect to find 3,000 sq ft of impressive living accommodation in this home of particular quality and merit. The ground floor is all underfloor heated through a wet piped system, and the property is serviced by mains gas, electricity and drainage. The walled gardens to the rear offer good privacy, and there is a gravel driveway with electrically operable timber gate to the front.

Situation - The property is just a short walk away from the centre of the highly regarded settlement of Quorn, lying between Leicester and Loughborough; the shops, facilities and entertainment on offer take some beating for a village; so does its convenience. There is easy travel between the town, city and the lovely Charnwood countryside, easy access to respected private schools plus high quality state schools and rapid access to London in approx. one hour and twenty minutes by train from Loughborough. The renowned Loughborough Endowed schools and Ratcliffe College are also within easy reach.

The White House - In brief, the living accommodation is laid over three floors comprising: entrance hall, formal sitting room with open fire, an open-plan kitchen and living space that leads in turn to a snug/play room and dining area with direct garden access. The kitchen is fitted to an excellent quality with in frame shaker style units, granite work surfaces and integrated appliances including a wine fridge. Of particular note is the original fireplace with wood burning stove inset and stove to the side, and the glazed original well in the dining/garden room.

Upstairs and accessed from a spacious and character filled landings are a collection of double bedrooms, the principal suite boasting en-suite shower room and two wardrobes. There are a further three characterful double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Stairs rise into the second floor where you will find flexible accommodation that would serve excellently as accommodation for teenage children, a nanny, or as a superb master bedroom suite with bathroom and dressing room. The property must be seen to fully appreciate the quality of the renovation works.

Distances - Loughborough 3 miles, Leicester 9 miles, Nottingham 19 miles, Loughborough Endowed Schools 3 miles, Loughborough Train Station 4 miles, East Midlands Airport 12 miles, M1 Motorway 6 miles (Distances are approximate).

Viewing - Viewing strictly by appointment only via sole selling agent, Alexanders of Loughborough .

Tenure - Freehold.

Local Authority - Charnwood Borough Council, Southfields, Loughborough, Leics, LE11 2TU (Tel: ). Council Tax Band G.

Measurements - Every care has been taken to reflect the true dimensions of this property but they should be treated as approximate and for general guidance only.


Meeting Street, Quorn

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  • Barrow upon Soar Station1.3 miles
  • Loughborough Station2.8 miles
  • Sileby Station2.8 miles
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Alexanders, Loughborough

The Gate House, Churchgate, Loughborough, LE11 1UE

Alexanders are fully engaged in property. We are dedicated to presentation and service, and are ready to craft a bespoke marketing strategy tailored to each individual property.

As a local, independent estate agent, we make a commitment to establishing long-term client relationships. We offer a personal service, delivered by an enthusiastic and professional team, from our offices in Ashby-de-la-Zouch, Loughborough, Market Bosworth, Melton Mowbray and Shepshed.

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