5 bedroom detached house for sale

34 Main Street, Wilsford NG32 3NP

Offers in Excess of £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Wonderful Family Home
  • Newly fitted Kitchen/Breakfast + Utility
  • 2 Receptions + log burner + tri-fold doors
  • 5 Bedrooms, Master with En-Suite
  • Generous Family Garden
  • Popular Village Location
  • Garage + ample Parking
  • Call NOW or 24/7 to book your slot on Open Day

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This beautiful stone cottage sitting in the centre of Wilsford village has recently doubled in size. Renovated, extended and modernised, it's a real transformation!

This former period cottage in the heart of the village is now a substantial 5 bedroom family home. A generous hall with slate tiled floor leads into a dining room with log burner, a newly fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, breakfast island and range cooker, plus two further reception areas, one also with log burner and the other with tri-fold doors overlooking an extensive rear garden. A smart utility room, separate WC and rear lobby complete the downstairs arrangements. Upstairs are four good double bedrooms, two with period fireplaces and the Master with en-suite shower room, a decent single and an exceptionally stylish family bathroom.

To the front of the property is a stone retaining wall with lawn each side of a garden path, and to the side is an extensive driveway leading down to a single garage with attached workshop. The garden to the rear is on two levels with a sandstone patio and lawns adjacent to the house and steps leading down to a lower level. Here there is a further patio and the remainder comprises a large lawn with specimen trees. At the bottom of the garden a bubbling brook divides the garden from the fields beyond. It's a very rural outlook.

Characterful yet contemporary this home has been carefully crafted to evoke a sense of the past whilst catering very much to 21st century living. It has oil fired central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout. Judicial placement of skylights enhances the feeling of light and space.

This house is in the heart of Wilsford, a village just off the A153 between Grantham and Sleaford, towns which offer excellent educational facilities including boys and girls grammar schools. Enjoying its own shop and public house, Wilsford residents also have easy access to more extensive amenities in nearby Ancaster which includes a railway station facilitating commuting to London.

This home includes:

  • Entrance Hall

    4.26m x 2.5m (10.6 sqm) - 13' 11" x 8' 2" (115 sqft)

    A generous and welcoming entrance hall characterised by a beautiful multi-hued slate floor and decorative radiator cover. A kite staircase winds upward to the left and stripped pine doors with brass knobs beckon you within.

  • Dining Room

    4.19m x 3.64m (15.2 sqm) - 13' 8" x 11' 11" (164 sqft)

    The slate floor spills over into the dining room enhancing the sense of space. The leaded windows overlooking the front add character, as does the multi fuel burner nestling in the chimney breast with its brick hearth. Smooth plaster walls and pine skirtings blend together giving a contemporary feel to this original cottage reception room. There's plenty of room in here for a dining table and chairs plus additional furniture.

  • Breakfast Kitchen

    4.13m x 4.05m (16.7 sqm) - 13' 6" x 13' 3" (180 sqft)

    There's an open plan feel here as the dining room melds into the kitchen. The lime-washed floor, solid oak topped breakfast bar, painted units and pendant lighting give a stylish, contemporary feel to this new extension. Integrated appliances include a full height fridge/freezer, dishwasher, double Belfast sink and pride of place goes to the electric Range Master cooker slotted into the chimney breast with oak mantle above. What a great place to sit and share coffee and gossip with friends.

  • Utility Room

    4.29m x 1.52m (6.5 sqm) - 14' x 4' 11" (70 sqft)

    Knitting this gorgeous home together, the livery in the utility room matches the kitchen. An oak worktop sits above a bank of floor units with space between for appliances, and an inset white ceramic sink is handy for soaking the laundry or washing gardener's hands. Half glazed pine doors hide a generous cupboard which houses the oil central heating boiler and hot water tank and provides storage for household equipment. A separate door opens into the downstairs WC and further doors lead into the reception rooms and hall.

  • WC

    1.46m x 0.88m (1.2 sqm) - 4' 9" x 2' 10" (13 sqft)

    Fitted with a white suite, the WC comprises a rectangular sink over a fitted vanity unit, a low level WC and a chrome heated towel rail on the wall. Ooh it's warm in here - right next to the boiler cupboard!

  • Rear Lobby

    2.49m x 1.1m (2.7 sqm) - 8' 2" x 3' 7" (29 sqft)

    Flowing neatly off the utility room, the rear lobby has a window over the garden and the back door opens directly onto the side elevation providing easy access to the drive and garage. There's room here to kick off the shoes, hang up the outdoor clothing and bring the dog's muddy paws safely into the house.

  • Reception Room

    8.52m x 3.66m (31.1 sqm) - 27' 11" x 12' (335 sqft)

    Dual aspect, this large reception divides nicely where the original rear wall of the cottage once stood. With oak flooring and matching pendant lighting pulling the two spaces together, the original reception boasts a a multi-fuel stove sitting on a slate hearth in the chimney breast and a window overlooking the front elevation. The new extension has fabulous tri-fold doors which open out onto a raised patio above the rear garden. The views to the field beyond are lovely. Picture the amazing parties as guests spill outside on balmy Summer evenings.

  • Landing

    A warmly carpeted kite staircase with pine handrail and spindle banisters leads up to the first floor. A velux window at the top brings in additional light.

  • Master Bedroom

    4.13m x 4.05m (16.7 sqm) - 13' 6" x 13' 3" (180 sqft)

    A proper Master Bedroom. Large, light, and with lovely views over the rear garden and the field beyond. A door leads into the en-suite shower room.

  • Ensuite Shower Room

    2.25m x 1.39m (3.1 sqm) - 7' 4" x 4' 6" (33 sqft)

    Tiled in travertine, the en-suite is light and contemporary. A large walk in shower cubicle with rainfall shower and hand held wand takes up the width of the room and there's a rectangular basin set over a high gloss vanity unit and low level WC. A chrome heated towel rail keeps things warm and a modesty glazed window brings in the light.

  • Bedroom 2

    3.61m x 4.13m (14.9 sqm) - 11' 10" x 13' 6" (160 sqft)

    Part of the original cottage, old meets new in this generous double bedroom full of character. The neutral decor sets off the pretty white period fireplace and the window seat is ideal for watching the world go by in the street below. Fitted mirror wardrobes add a contemporary touch and offer lots of storage. A wall cupboard over the landing gives additional space for hiding treasures, and there is a loft hatch in the ceiling.

  • Bedroom 3

    3.61m x 4.13m (14.9 sqm) - 11' 10" x 13' 6" (160 sqft)

    Mirroring bedroom 2 on the opposite front side of the house, this too is a generous double bedroom with white period fireplace and a window overlooking the front elevation.

  • Bedroom 4

    4.13m x 2.66m (10.9 sqm) - 13' 6" x 8' 8" (118 sqft)

    Sited in the rear extension this is a more contemporary double bedroom with an L shaped corridor leading to a large storage cupboard at the end. The window overlooks the rear garden and those lovely views, and a skylight brings in additional light.

  • Bedroom 5

    2.7m x 1.82m (4.9 sqm) - 8' 10" x 5' 11" (52 sqft)

    The single bedroom sits between the two doubles at the front of the house and it too, has a lovely window seat plus a generous built in cupboard with latch and brace door over the stairwell. It's a perfect child's room but could equally well be used as a study.

  • Family Bathroom

    2.87m x 1.71m (4.9 sqm) - 9' 4" x 5' 7" (52 sqft)

    The cradle bath gives a modern twist to period style in this most contemporary of bathrooms. High gloss flooring complements tactile wall tiles and the inset mirror on the far wall doubles the appearance of space. Fitted with a white suite, there is a rectangular wash hand basin over a fitted vanity unit with high gloss drawers, a low level WC and a corner shower unit in chrome and white with rainfall shower. There's a chrome heated towel rail on the wall, twin Velux windows bring in lots of light and recessed spots complete the look.

  • Garage (Single)

    6.25m x 3.3m (20.6 sqm) - 20' 6" x 10' 9" (222 sqft)

    The brick built single garage which sits at the end of a lengthy gravelled drive has an up and over door, power and light. There is ample room to park several vehicles in front and to the side.

  • Workshop

    4.59m x 4.2m (19.3 sqm) - 15' 1" x 13' 9" (207 sqft)

    Adjacent and behind the garage is a timber workshop with benches, power and light.

  • Shed

    5.7m x 2.25m (12.8 sqm) - 18' 8" x 7' 4" (138 sqft)

    Adjacent to the lower patio is a large open fronted timber shed with tiled roof, ideal for storing the wood and other garden items.

  • Rear Garden

    44m x 15m (660 sqm) - 144' 4" x 49' 2" (7104 sqft)

    The long rear garden is on two levels. Immediately adjacent to the house is a colourful sandstone patio and lawns with steps down to a lower patio. This then joins an extensive lawn with specimen trees including a magnificent weeping willow. A gentle stream forms the rear perimeter which divides the plot from the field beyond.

  • Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.

Additional Information:

  • Council Tax:

    Band B

  • Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating:

    Band D (55-68)

  • Service Included:

    Mains electricity, water, drainage
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Nearest stations

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  • Rauceby (2.1 mi)
  • Sleaford (4.3 mi)
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  • Ancaster (1.6 mi)
  • Rauceby (2.1 mi)
  • Sleaford (4.3 mi)
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