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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Soar Road, Quorn, LE12

Sold STC £525,000

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A delightful, recently re-thatched, character detached home in this most desirable of North Leicestershire villages which has undergone a comprehensive scheme of extension and improvement works to create a truly exceptional home situated within easy reach of village centre amenities and the scenic River Soar. The living space includes a garden room, Lounge and sitting room, kitchen and master bedroom plus en-suite to the ground floor with two further en-suite bedrooms on the first floor. Outside the property offers parking plus a double garage and enclosed cottage gardens which surround the house.

General Information - Quorn is without doubt one of Charnwood's most sought after and desirable village locations being ideally placed for access to the University town of Loughborough with its fine range of amenities therein to include the renowned Endowed schools, the University and Colleges as well as a wide range of shopping and recreational pursuits. Quorn is also well placed for access to the city of Leicester, being a major centre of employment and to either Junction 22 or 23 of the M1 motorway. The village has a thriving centre with numerous shops, pubs and restaurants as well as reputable schooling.

Epc Rating - An EPC (Energy Performance Certificate) has been carried out on this property with the resulting rating D. To see a full copy of the report visit using the postcode to search.

Driveway & Garage - 5.48m x 5.47m int (18'0" x 17'11" int) - The property's parking area is laid to decorative block-paving with central circular motif and, situated off is the substantial double brick-built detached garage with pitched tiled roof and of cavity wall construction has an electrically remote controlled up-and-over door to front, slabbed interior and double-glazed window plus braced door to side, with the garage having two fluorescent strip lights, its' own RCD consumer unit and an open-tread wooden staircase at the rear leading up to a useful boarded storage loft which has an additional fluorescent strip light.

Outside - The property, which has recently been re-thatched, occupies a substantial overall plot with a mixture of stone and brick walling to the front and side elevations, an attractive wrought iron railings gate leading to the main side door and reception area which is laid to a variety of paving and gravelling with shrubs interspersed, plus decorative cherry tree and hexagonal timber green house which leads to the property's Soar Road elevation where can be found raised bedding areas ideal for herbs/vegetable growing.

Canopy Porch - With pitched clay tiled roof and ceiling light point with gas and electricity utility meter boxes adjacent and a part-glazed door with Transom light above which leads to the property's entrance hall.

Entrance Hall - 6.1m x 2.06m max (20'0" x 6'9" max) - Having radiator with thermostat, downlights, feature display alcove with double cupboard and entrance door with double-glazed panel inset and matching window adjacent, staircase with half-landing rising to the first floor with cloaks cupboard having sliding doors to the half-landing area. Doors off to the lounge, sitting room, master bedroom and an open way off to:

Lobby Area - With double built-in storage cupboard with internal shelves, downlights and part-glazed internal door leading through to the kitchen, with an additional door leading off to:

Wc - Having WC unit, extractor, micro-basin with storage beneath and light point.

Front Sitting Room - 4.58m x 3.65m (15'0" x 12'0") - Dimensions exclude the shuttered box bay to the property's front elevation and shuttered window to side, built-in storage and display cabinets, feature recessed fireplace with timber mantlepiece, coved ceiling with downlights and pendant light point, stripped/exposed floorboards plus two central heating radiators. A flexible ground floor room currently used as a second sitting area but would be equally useful as a formal dining room or fourth bedroom as required.

Main Lounge - 5.46m x 3.63m (17'11" x 11'11") - Coved ceiling with light point, feature fireplace, stripped floorboards and bay window to rear, central heating radiator and ¾ glazed door at the side leading through to the garden room.

Kitchen - 4.55m x 2.8m (14'11" x 9'2") - A bespoke fitted kitchen by Christopher Peters with matching range of 'In Frame' style units, plentiful work-surfaces for preparation space and integrated Neff washer/dryer, fridge/freezer unit, larder units and dual oven with grill and combi microwave, undercut double bowl ceramic Belfast sink with Nero granite work-surfaces and cut in drainer plus antique-style mixer tap and reverse osmosis water filter and water softener beneath.

Additional prep-bowl with waste disposal unit. Magic corner storage units, spice drawers and five ring Neff gas hob with over-mantle and tiled splash-back plus concealed boiler with adjacent timer controls for hot water and central heating, multi-zone lighting and shuttered window to the side elevation with double-¾ glazed doors leading rearwards to:

Garden Room - 4.06m x 3.72m overall (13'4" x 12'2" overall) - Commissioned by the current owner and constructed by the renowned Vale Garden Houses to a bespoke design. With oak planked flooring continuing through from the kitchen area and the room having both traditional free-standing radiator and underfloor heating making the room useful all year round.

With a great deal of glazing to the majority of three elevations, remote-controlled fitted blinds and pendant light point, with central french doors opening out to and overlooking the rear garden and double plus single access doors to the kitchen and lounge respectively. Plentiful power sockets and lamps points etc.

Master Bedroom - 3.6m x 3.5m (11'10" x 11'6") - Dimensions exclude the shuttered box bay to the property's front elevation and with coving, pendent light point, two central heating radiators and with door off to:

En-Suite Bathroom - 2.13m x 1.47m (7'0" x 4'10") - With a three-piece white suite comprising panelled bath with glass shower screen and mains-fed remote control shower and pedestal washbasin and close-coupled WC with push button flush, plus ¾ height tiling, extractor coved ceiling and light point, chrome-finish towel radiator with separate electric heating for summer towel rail use, tiled floor and shuttered window to the property's side elevation.

First Floor Landing - With ceiling light point and smoke alarm, built-in linen store and two doors off to the following rooms:

Bedroom Two - 3.18m x 2.99m min (10'5" x 9'10" min) - Dimensions exclude entrance recess with the room itself having box bay with radiator to the front elevation and dormer window offering stunning views across Soar Road to the River Soar beyond. The room also having loft access hatch, multiple downlights and double wardrobe built-off with adjacent door leading off to:

En-Suite Shower Room - With three-piece modern white suite comprising fully-tiled shower cubicle with Mira Sport electric shower, close-coupled WC and pedestal washbasin with tiled splash-back, radiator with thermostat and multiple ceiling downlights, built-in storage cupboard with double doors and dormer window to the rear elevation.

Bedroom Three - 3.64m x 3.19m ave (11'11" x 10'6" ave) - Dimensions include eaves access and the room having a dual aspect with dormer window to the front elevation again affording views across Soar Road to the River Soar and open-land beyond and additional double-glazed window to the side elevation. Loft access hatch, downlights and radiator with thermostat plus door off to a useful 'step-in' closet for clothes storage and an additional door leading off to:

En-Suite Washroom - With recess for washbasin and storage, close-coupled WC and dormer window to the rear elevation. With downlights to the ceiling and radiator with thermostat. Restricted head-height to parts.

Courtyard Garden - The property's courtyard gardens have been completely re-landscaped by the present owner and are laid to high-quality natural stone paving with storage area adjacent to the garage, trellising and a variety of climbers and shrubs/plants interspersed throughout, the garden is mainly paved for ease of maintenance and set to three levels providing a variety of seating spaces to catch the sun throughout the day with a large awning at the rear elevation for those who prefer a shady space. There is a good variety of mature shrubs and plants and, in the top right corner, a corner summer house with lighting.

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