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3 bedroom character property for sale

Main Street, East Leake

Sold STC £300,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Guide price 300,000 - 325,000
  • Exceptional Georgian period home
  • South facing walled gardens to rear
  • Operational sash windows and period open fires
  • Breakfast kitchen and two formal reception rooms
  • Three generous bedrooms and two bathrooms
  • Situated in the heart of the village
  • Superb commuter networks
  • Grade II Listed

Full description

** Guide price £300,000 - £325,000 ** Exceptional Georgian period home ** South facing walled gardens to rear ** Operational sash windows and period open fires ** Breakfast kitchen and two formal reception rooms ** Three generous bedrooms and two bathrooms ** Situated in the heart of the village ** Superb commuter networks ** Grade II Listed



General Description - Alexanders of Loughborough are favoured with instruction to market this exceptional Georgian period home in the heart of the sought after village of East Leake. The village affords excellent schooling, a range of eateries and shops, a doctors surgery and superb commuter networks with access to Loughborough, Nottingham and Leicester by road, and London by rail. Grade II listed, this impressive home boasts a wealth of character to include operational sash windows, exposed timbers, period open fires and a range cooker. The living accommodation is laid across two floors to comprise in brief: Entrance hall, sitting room, dining room, breakfast kitchen, garden room and WC. To the first floor are three generous bedrooms, a study/dressing room and the family bathroom. The master bedroom also affords en-suite facilities. Externally the property boasts wrought iron railings and balustrades to the front, and private south facing walled gardens to the rear. There is also a garage which could be opened into off road parking subject to the necessary consents, and two brick built stores, one of which has power and would suit conversion into a summer house.

An internal inspection is strongly recommended to appreciate this lovely home. Viewing via the sole selling agent, Alexanders of Loughborough 01509 861222.

Accommodation - The property is entered via a timber front door into entrance hall with stairs rising to first floor landing and doors to sitting room and dining room.

Sitting Room - 4.32m x 3.66m (14'2 x 12') - With wooden flooring, original sash window to front elevation with secondary glazing, radiator, TV point, decorative dado rail and beam to ceiling, Georgian period feature fireplace with open fire inset with tiled hearth.

Dining Room - 4.32m x 3.66m (14'2 x 12') - With a continuation of the wooden flooring as in the sitting room, decorative feature fireplace with open fire inset with tiled hearth and cupboards built in to the alcoves either side, double radiator, original sash window to the front elevation with secondary glazing, under stair pantry cupboard and door through to breakfast kitchen.

Breakfast Kitchen - 4.37m x 2.49m (14'4 x 8'2) - With quarry tiled flooring throughout, skylight to side elevation, double French timber doors opening out onto the patio at the rear of the property, door through to utility/sun room and window to rear elevation overlooking the garden. Fitted with a bespoke fully fitted kitchen to comprise briefly of a range of base level units with wooden work surface over and tiled up-stand behind, a one and a half bowl sink with drainer to side and mixer tap over, space and plumbing for washing machine, gas powered range cooker with two hotplates and double oven which also powers the central heating and downlighters to ceiling.

Garden Room - 2.26m x 1.60m (7'5 x 5'3) - Benefiting from French doors to the rear elevation with winged windows either-side overlooking the garden, continuation of the flooring from the kitchen, space for washer/dryer, fridge freezer, double radiator and door through to WC.

Wc - With a continuation of the quarry tiled flooring from the kitchen and sun room, close coupled WC, wall mounted wash hand basin with chrome taps over and tiled splash back behind, a sliding sash window to side elevation.

Landing - The first floor landing gives access to dressing room/study, bedroom two, family bathroom.

Study/Dressing Room - 3.68m x 1.73m (12'1 x 5'8) - Currently being utilised as a dressing room, with double radiator, window to rear elevation with secondary glazing and views out onto the garden, with a step down and door through to master bedroom suite and also a door through into bedroom three and loft access.

Master Bedroom - 4.11m x 3.96m (13'6 x 13') - With striped wooden floorboards, double radiator, vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, the end wall has original exposed brickwork, a bank of fitted wardrobes, window seat, sliding sash window and door through to en suite.

En Suite - With striped floorboards, roll top bath with Victorian style mixer tap and shower attachment over, close coupled WC, pedestal mounted wash hand basin with tiled splashback, double radiator, secondary loft access, sliding sash window to rear elevation, exposed timbers to the ceiling, door through to large storage cupboard which houses the hot water tank.

Bedroom Three - 3.68m x 2.41m (12'1 x 7'11) - A double bedroom with sash window to rear elevation, double radiator and Victorian fireplace inset.

Bedroom Two - 4.24m x 3.86m (13'11 x 12'8) - With the original floorboards throughout, sash window to the front elevation, double radiator, Victorian style fireplace and over-stairs storage cupboard.

Family Bathroom - With striped floorboards, full sized bath with a wall mounted electric shower with bi-folding glazed screen with full height splash backs, extractor fan, bidet, close coupled WC, pedestal mounted wash hand basin, privacy secondary glazed window to the rear elevation, double radiator, large airing cupboard which houses the water tank.

Outside Front - To the front of the property are cast iron railings and gate with a flagstone laid, low maintenance front garden with original steps leading up to the front door. To the right hand side of the property is an up and over door giving vehicular access to the garage.

Outside Rear - The property affords cottage style gardens with a private, walled, due south facing rear garden. There are three flagstone laid patio areas one having a wooden pergoda over, low-level wall with step up to main gardens which is laid mainly to lawn with well stocked borders to the perimeter and a mature eating apple tree; brick and tile construction which could be converted to a home office or summer room with power. There is a rear access from the front of the property with original timber gate with a walk through. The garage has a secondary up and over door to the rear elevation giving a through way into the rear garden, separate store which is currently used as a gym but could also be a workshop.

Tenure - Freehold.

Local Authority - Rushcliffe Borough Council, Pavilion Road West Bridgford NG2 5FE. Tel: 0115 981 9911. Council Tax Band - C.

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.


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16 February 2018

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