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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Derby Road, Kegworth

Sold STC £340,000

Property Description

Key features

  • FOUR BED SEMI-DETACHED
  • TOTAL REFURBISHMENT
  • FEATURE LIVING KITCHEN DINER
  • OAK FLOORS
  • TRAVERTINE TILES
  • BESPOKE WINDOWS
  • GOOD SIZE PLOT
  • BREATH TAKING REFURBISHMENT
  • EPC RATING TBC

Full description

There are insufficient superlatives to describe this outstanding refurbishment of a Victorian semi detached house which has had a top to toe reconstruction and also includes a rear addition to further enhance the original footprint. The attention to detail is outstanding, practical elements such as double glazing and Celotex insulation combine with the aesthetics of working sash windows, oak and Travertine flooring and oak doors to create a stylish contemporary theme. The burnished cast iron radiators are another stand out feature. The accommodation in brief comprises of hall, lounge with dual aspect, sitting room, then the feature living kitchen diner with partially vaulted ceilings to the living and kitchen sections respectively, inner hallway with separate utility and WC. At first floor there are three bedrooms, two of which are en-suite with under floor heating and the rear bedrooms have an architectural feature with additional roof light. Stylish contemporary four piece family bathroom. At the second floor the largest room could be used as a master bedroom, office or family room. The accommodation has a cellar which is accessed both internally and externally. Outside the property has kerb appeal with metal railings within brick pillars, block paved driveway and coloured gravel, the rear garden is tiered and mainly laid to lawn and special reference should be made to the site map to fully appreciate the size of accommodation on offer. An amazing property! Excellent communication links, viewing essential to fully appreciate the work that has been carried out.

Accommodation - Original front entrance door with fixed single glazed panel above which affords natural light and access to the hall.

Hall - The hall gives the first indication of the attention to detail and luxurious appointment that has been created throughout the property. Initially there is oak flooring laid horizontally then a period style cast iron radiator in a burnish metal finish, contemporary electrical sockets and light switches in a brush metal finish, stairs to first floor having the original uniform spindle balustrade with contrasting stained wood banister. The walls have been replastered and skimmed and redecorated. There is a door to the cellar.

Cellar - Having its own external access, the cellar is provided with power and light.

Lounge - 4.19m max x 3.94m (13'9 max x 12'11) - The lounge is well lit having replacement double glazed bay window with three working sashs within a timber frame which give the energy efficiency whilst retaining aesthetics, a side elevation working sash further compliments making for a light and airy space. Period cast iron grate has a raised stone tiled hearth, walls are re-skimmed and have insulation boarding to increase the thermal capacity, period style cast iron radiator in burnish metal finish as per the hall and throughout the residence, multiple electrical sockets in a contemporary style and oak internal door through to the hall.

Sitting Room - 3.63m x 3.15m (11'11 x 10'4) - The sitting room also has oak flooring and the aforementioned period style cast iron radiator in a burnish metal finish. There is a side elevation timber framed sealed unit double glazed working sash window, the deep sill provides display area, then the open fireplace has an exposed brick surround and slate mantelpiece. The walls have insulated plasterboard and the ceilings have been reskimmed, there is an oak internal door through to the inner hallway, multiple electrical sockets and opening through to the living kitchen diner.

Living Kitchen Diner - 6.55m max x 5.72m (21'6 max x 18'9) - The living kitchen diner is part of a substantial rear extension and is split into distinct areas. To the living dining section there is a partially vaulted ceiling with four Velux roof lights, then timber multi pane double glazed doors that afford natural lighting and access to the patio and garden beyond. Travertine stone floor throughout which has a wet system underfloor to generate heat, this is supplemented by a mini burnish cast iron period style radiator towards the end of the room. The tiled floor continues to the kitchen section where there is a partially vaulted ceiling with two Velux windows above a ceramic sink unit with rear elevation replacement working double glazed sash window and timber work surfaces, these are complimented by the stone tiled splashbacks. A glazed side access door makes for a light and airy space, artificial illumination is provided by recessed LED lights. From a storage point of view there are ample cupboards at both base and eye-level one of the eye-level cupboards has glazed double doors for display purposes, integrated appliances include a Smeg dishwasher, Neff five ring stainless steel gas hob with extractor hood above and electric oven beneath, there is also a fridge. Adjacent to the opening to the sitting room there is a double larder cupboard creating generous storage facility.

Inner Hallway - With continuation of the Travertine stone flooring via a glazed oak door and this leads to the WC.

Wc - A two piece suite comprising of low level WC with dual flush facility, pedestal wash hand basin, mosaic tiled ledge for storage then three rung polished metal ladder design towel rail, continuation of the Travertine flooring with single tiled splashback, ceiling mounted extractor, recessed LED light and oak internal door.

Utility - Separate to the WC the utility has plumbing for automatic washing machine and houses the Worcester Bosch floor mounted central heating boiler and two brush metal double electrical sockets.

Stairs lead from the hall to the first floor landing.

Landing - With shaped timber spindle galleried balustrade reskimmed walls and ceiling, brush metal plug sockets and light switches and giving access to all first floor rooms,

Bedroom One - 3.94m max x 3.40m (12'11 max x 11'2) - The main bedroom has a dual aspect with timber framed sealed unit double glazed working sash windows, burnish metal cast iron radiator beneath the front elevation window, storage cupboard beneath the stairs, multiple electrical sockets, feature end gable wall in a duck egg colour ( the walls again have insulation ) oak internal door through to the en-suite.

En-Suite - The stylish en-suite consists of a three piece suite comprising of shower cubicle with retracting door, mains shower over with recess in the wall for practical storage, three recessed spotlights illuminate, there is a corner positioned WC with dual flush facility, oblong wash hand basin with angular polished metal trap, three rung ladder design centrally heated towel rail. The floor and wall tiles compliment in a grey finish, timber framed sealed unit double glazed working sash window, wall mounted electric extractor and there is underfloor heating to continue the luxury feel.

Bedroom Two - 5.64m x 2.84m (18'6 x 9'4 ) - The second bedroom also has en-suite facilities and an architectural feature Velux window in addition to the rear aspect timber framed sealed unit double glazed working sash which has views towards the garden, burnish metal period style radiator beneath with temperature control, insulated walls, re-skimmed and plastered on the original section then newly constructed from the rear addition.

En-Suite - Three piece suite consisting of a quadrant shower cubicle with curved retracting doors, a choice of angle poised rain head and hand held shower fitments respectively, low level WC with dual flush facility pedestal wash hand basin with fountain faucet all with tiled splashbacks, four recess halogen lights, wall mounted extractor, three rung polished metal centrally heated towel rail and under floor heating.

Berdoom Three - 3.78m x 2.72m (12'5 x 8'11 ) - A South facing room as per bedroom two the third bedroom also has the architectural feature of the ceiling Velux roof light in addition to the timber framed sealed unit double glazed working sash window, burnish metal period style radiator, brush metal electrical sockets, clean crisp lines, oak internal door.

Family Bathroom - The family bathroom comprises of a four piece suite consisting of rectangular bath with side mounted period style tap and shower fitment, there is then a quadrant shower cubicle with retracting curved doors and a choice of angle poised rain head shower and hand held shower fitment, low level WC with dual flush facility, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap over all with tiled splashbacks, timber patterned ceramic tiled floor with heating from beneath. Brush metal dual voltage electric shaver point and side elevation timber framed sealed unit double glazed working sash window and oak internal door.

Stairs lead from the landing to the second floor attic room.

Attic Room - 7.09m x 4.04m (23'3 x 13'3) - The attic room could easily be the master bedroom if so required, dimensionally the largest and having further architectural features including two side aspect dormer windows which have obscure glazed panels whilst the opposite roof line has three Velux windows there are six double brush metal electrical sockets, for those working from home this could be a study / office or indeed a family room, two burnished metal period style cast iron radiators provide the heat, there are six recessed halogens along the central ridge and two further within the dormers



Outside Front - The property certainly has kerb appeal with brick walling fronting the pavement, spiked metal railings between the pillars, there is block paving with coloured stone towards the front entrance door and around the steps that lead down to the cellar which has a glazed door, Further to the right hand elevation stone steps lead up to the pitched side entrance porch to the kitchen.

Outside Rear - Beyond the living section adjacent to the kitchen is further paving with timber retaining wall supporting an abundance of plants and shrubs then seven steps lead up to the mainly lawned garden which is enclosed by brick walling, special reference should be made to the site map to fully appreciate the size of garden on offer.

Outside -

To Find The Property - From Loughborough town centre proceed along the A6 Derby Road, continue through the village of Hathern and on into Kegworth. Upon entering Kegworth, pass the shops and exit the village along Derby Road where the property is situated on the left hand side identified by the Agents For Sale board.

Services, Tenure, Council Tax Information - All mains services are available and connected to the property which is gas centrally heated. Tenure is freehold. North West Leicestershire district council tax band D.

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26 October 2017

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