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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Hoe Lane, Cropwell Butler, Nottingham

Guide Price £645,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Renovated Detached Property
  • Individual Family Sized Home
  • Accommodation Approaching 2,000 Sq.ft.
  • 4 Double Bedrooms (Built-in Wardrobes Optional)
  • 2 Superbly Fitted Bathrooms
  • Open Plan Living Space
  • Superb High Spec Kitchen
  • Idyllic Village Setting, Wonderful Open Views
  • Plot In The Region Of 1/4 Of An Acre
  • No Upward Chain

Full description


This unique and substantial detached property has been completely renovated to produce a superb home located within the highly regarded village of Cropwell Butler and occupying an idyllic and unrivaled position towards the end of Hoe Lane but within walking distance of the village centre and affording wonderful far reaching open views to the front and rear due to its elevated position.

The property was originally constructed in 1942 and further extended in the 1980s and completely re-developed in 2017 by the current owners to provide a modern and contemporary styled family sized home with internal accommodation in the region of 2,000 sq.ft. and sitting upon a delightful landscaped plot in the region of 1/4 of an acre.

The accommodation provides a versatile layout with a central hallway and open staircase, a substantial open plan living space incorporating the dining kitchen with a high spec fitted kitchen with appliances and central island, a utility and cloakroom/wc, double bedroom and shower room on the ground floor plus a further fourth bedroom/sitting room.

On the first floor a galleried landing leads to two further double bedrooms including a huge master bedroom both of which have feature Juliet style balconies and French doors. Included in the sale price a range of high quality built-in wardrobes to some or all of the four bedrooms, should this be required by the purchaser, these wardrobes can be selected from a superb range with style and colour to be chosen by the purchaser, a main bathroom and further loft space with the potential to convert subject to the necessary planning and building regulation approval. Other features include fully reworked electrical and plumbing systems, solar panels generating a healthy income via one of the earlier feed-in tariffs, double glazing throughout, a gated sweeping driveway providing ample car standing, large garaging and a lovely enclosed landscaped garden at the rear.

Accommodation - Natural stone paving leads up to a recessed open porch with light and obscure glazed wood grain upvc door opening into the entrance hall.

Entrance Hall - A central hallway with high quality rustic oak and vinyl strip floor laid throughout a majority of the ground floor, ceiling downlights, smoke alarm, a feature staircase with oak balustrade rises up to a first floor galleried landing, a good sized cloaks/storage cupboard beneath, oak internal doors lead to various rooms including the open plan living dining kitchen.

Open Plan Living, Dining Kitchen - An exceptional feature to the property is this large open plan space combining a fully fitted kitchen, dining area and a living room with a dual aspect with windows to front affording delightful views over the neighbouring open countryside, two sets of sliding patio doors opening out on to the paved terrace and rear garden. The room has rustic oak effect flooring throughout.

Kitchen & Dining Area - 6.65m x 4.19m (21'10" x 13'9") - The kitchen has been extensively fitted with a brand new range of appliances and cabinets with sleek and contemporary profile to the cupboards and drawers finished in a high gloss ivory including wall and base units, deep pan drawers all on soft closes and a large central island. The work surfaces extending into an overhang to create a breakfast bar, this and the island are finished with grey polished quartz with matching up stands, under mounted double stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Built into the kitchen are a range of integrated appliances including a full size dishwasher, separate tall larder fridge and freezer, eye level oven and combination microwave oven above, ceramic touch control and induction hob with flush extractor built into the ceiling above with downlightss set on to the island and two side by side wine chillers, ample room for dining table and chairs, oak glazed door to utiiity room and cloakroom/wc.

Utility - 3.53m x 2.03m max (11'7" x 6'8" max) - Branching off the kitchen this utility space doubles up as a rear entrance lobby with a continuation of the rustic oak effect flooring, wood grain upvc door leading out to the rear garden, appliance space for white goods including plumbing beneath, fitted polished quartz work top with matching up stands and a double wall cabinet above, ceiilng downlights and oak door through to the cloakroom/wc.

Cloakroom/Wc - 2.18m x 1.22m (7'2" x 4'0") - An ideal cloakroom facility off the kitchen utility room and ideal for coming from the rear garden. It is fitted with a contemporary two piece suite set in to a vanity unit with a wash hand basin and chrome mixer tap, wc with soft close seat and push button flush with a concealed cistern, ample room for coats and shoes and a continuation of the rustic oak flooring, extractor fan and chrome heated towel rail.

Living Area - 7.98m x 3.56m (26'2" x 11'8") - A fantastic living space open plan to the kitchen and dining area overlooking the landscaped rear garden with numerous ceiling downlights, built-in media unit with all necessary connections and a recess ideal for a large wall mounted flat screen television.

Sitting Room/Bedroom Four - 4.95m x 2.95m (16'3" x 9'8") - A versatile room which can be used as a further reception room or fourth double bedroom if required with a continuation of the rustic oak effect flooring, numerous ceiling downlights, tv points and a set of patio doors overlooking and opening out on to the rear garden. The option for the purchasers to choose a range of high quality built-in wardrobes if desired and included in the sale price.

Bedroom Three - 5.00m x 2.77m (16'5" x 9'1") - A good sized double bedroom on the ground floor with two windows making the most of the open views to the front, numerous ceiling downlights, carpeted flooring and tv point. The option for the purchasers to choose a range of high quality built-in wardrobes if desired and included in the sale price.

Ground Floor Shower Room - 2.90m x 2.13m (9'6" x 7'0") - This ground floor shower room branches off the entrance hall and provides a bathroom facility for the ground floor bedrooms, attractively tiled to the walls and floor and fitted with a brand new contemporary Roca suite which includes wc with soft close seat, a wash basin with mixer tap inset to a wall mounted vanity unit, a large walk-in shower with fixed glazed screen and chrome thermostatic shower fitment, ceiling downlight, extractor fan, chrome heated towel rail and obscure window to front.

First Floor Galleried Landing - A staircase with oak balustrade rises up to a galleried landing sitting central to the first floor with a partly vaulted ceiling and a Velux skylight window, oak doors lead to two further bedrooms and the main bathroom, access to storage space within the eaves and full height door leading in to a large loft space.

Loft Space - A huge loft space with further scope for potential conversion if required, fully insulated and partly boarded with power, light, tv aerial booster and an area at the far end which houses the Worcester central heating condensing boiler built into a pressurised hot water cylinder, solar panel switch gear and electrical fuse board.

Bedroom One - 6.53m x 4.37m (21'5" x 14'4") - A huge master bedroom originally designed to be two bedrooms and could be quite easily partitioned to create two spaces if required. Currently a lovely large bedroom with a partly vaulted ceiling, numerous downlights and tv point with a dual aspect with a window to rear overlooking the garden and across to Cropwell Bishop and Vale of Belvoir and a set of French doors with a contemporary Juliet glass balcony again making the most of the spectacular open views to the front. The option for the purchasers to choose a range of high quality built-in wardrobes if desired and included in the sale price.

Bedroom Two - 4.62m plus recess x 3.28m (15'2" plus recess x 10' - A further double bedroom with recess ideal for built-in wardrobes if required, a number of ceiling downlights, tv point and a set of French doors with contemporary Juliet style glass balcony with lovely views to the front. The option for the purchasers to choose a range of high quality built-in wardrobes if desired and included in the sale price.

Main Bathroom - 2.59m x 2.16m (8'6" x 7'1") - A second high spec bathroom attractively tiled to the walls and floor and fitted again with a three piece Roca suite in white with chrome fittings including a wc with soft close seat, wash hand basin with mixer tap set in to a wall mounted vanity unit with a P shaped panelled shower bath with mixer tap, curved glazed shower screen and a chrome thermostatic shower fitment over, ceiling downlights, extractor fan, chrome heated towel rail and window with lovely outlook to the rear.

Outside - The property occupies an unrivaled positioned within this most sought after village, one of the last properties to be situated down Hoe Lane but just a few hundred meters from the centre of the village. The house sits upon an elevated plot in one of the highest points in the village and benefits from spectacular panoramic views to the front and rear over the neighbouring rolling fields and countryside.

Frontage - The property sits perfectly upon its plot which totals in the region of quarter of an acre enclosed to the front by mature hedgerows sitting on top of the grass verge with a pair of five bar timber gates with posts opening to the tarmac driveway, sweeping across the front of the house edged with lawn and a retaining brick wall providing car standing and turning space for several vehicles which in turn leads up to the garage with natural stone paving with steps leads up to the porch and front door with several outside lights and continues round to the side of the property with a path leading to the rear garden enclosed by timber panelled fencing.

Rear Garden - The rear garden affords a perfect south facing aspect has been landscaped to create and extensive paved terrace in natural stone positioned at the rear of the house and outside the three sets of patio doors, further doors into the utility room and rear of the garage. The patio provides the perfect seating area with several outside lights with outlook over the remainder of the garden and surrounded by neighbouring paddocks. The remainder of the garden is predominantly laid to lawn, slightly raised and retained by caged stone walling and a set of steps, gravel and bark chipped and well stocked flowerbed also has a water feature, the boundaries are enclosed by ranch fencing and recently planted mature Laurels which will eventually create a perfect all year round hedgerow providing shelter and screening for the garden.

Garage - 6.58m x 4.47m (21'7" x 14'8") - A larger than average sized garage also having a high ceiling with scope to create a mezzanine level for storage if required, there is an electric and remote operated grey sectional door, a set of French doors to the rear garden, ample power points, separate fuse board and lighting.

Solar Panels - The property benefits from a bank of sixteen solar panels included in the sale and added on to the south elevation on to the roof making the most of the south aspect generating a very healthy income via an early feed-in tariff. The solar panels are included in the sale and we are led to believe that the agreement is transferable upon the change of ownership, further details can be made available via our office.

Cropwell Butler - The village of Cropwell Butler lies in the Vale of Belvoir and facilities available in the adjacent village of Cropwell Bishop include primary school, local shops and doctors surgery. Further amenities can be found in the nearby market town of Bingham and the village is ideally located for commuting via the A52 and A46 to the cities of Nottingham and Leicester.

Council Tax - We are led to believe by Rushcliffe Borough Council the property falls into Council Tax Band E.

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04 July 2018


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