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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Mill Lane, Frisby on the Wreake

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Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II Listed Former Mill House
  • Standing in Just Under an Acre
  • Stunning South West Facing Gardens
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Three/Four Bedrooms
  • Large Bathroom
  • Single Garage
  • EPC Exempt

Full description

Situated on the edge of the village on a no through lane this recently renovated three / four bedroom former mill house with original mill race and mill pond is Grade II listed and stands in just under ½ an acre. Believed to date back to around 1750 and full of period character the property includes beamed ceilings and Yorkshire sash windows. The property offers accommodation to include three reception rooms, refitted kitchen with Esse range, three bedrooms, newly fitted bathroom and large attic provides the perfect space for home office/hobbies/family room. Outside there is off road parking, single garage and range of small outbuildings. Just a stone's throw from open countryside and the River Wreake and within easy walking distance of the village The Old Mill House is a rare find and early viewing is highly recommended.


Location 
Frisby on the Wreake is situated within the renowned Wreake Valley well known for its country walks, pursuits and unspoilt villages. The village has a shop/post office that now includes a deli selling local produce and 18th century village pub (The Bell). The local primary school has been voted in the top 1% in the country and there is an active community. The village is well placed for access to Nottingham, Melton Mowbray and the A46 provides fast access into Leicester and the M1.

Distances 
Leicester 13.5 miles / Nottingham 21.2 miles / Loughborough 12.6 miles / Melton Mowbray 4.6 miles / Oakham 14.3 miles / Ratcliffe College 7.1 miles / M69 & M1(J21) 18.2 miles / East Midlands Airport 20.8 miles

Ground Floor 
The property is entered through an original six panel door into a double aspect entrance hall with external door to rear garden, original staircase and tiled floor. The dining room is separated from the hallway with old wood panelling, features an old range, heavily beamed ceiling and has a Yorkshire sash window to the front. Overlooking the rear garden is a study with heavily beamed ceiling, electric stove set into chimney breast and Yorkshire sash window. A cosy sitting room also enjoys stunning views over the garden, chimney breast set between two arched recesses and inset with a multi fuel burning stove set onto a stone hearth. The sitting room has exposed ceiling beams and an original multi paned Yorkshire sliding sash window.

Ground Floor Continued 
The kitchen has been recently refitted with a range of hand painted bespoke cabinets with wooden surfaces, Belfast style sink and gas fired twin oven Esse Range Cooker with matching extractor hood over. The kitchen has a tiled floor, free standing larder cabinet, heavily beamed ceiling and two windows. The adjacent utility is home to a gas fired Ideal combination boiler (installed 2015) and leading off is a WC and rear porch with external door to the rear garden.

First Floor & Attic Room 
The first floor landing has a surprisingly spacious feel and has a Yorkshire sash window and offers space for a small sitting area. The landing provides access to three bedrooms and a large bathroom with painted solid floor newly fitted with a white traditional style suite including a double ended bath with shower over, two useful storage cupboards, heated towel rail and beamed ceiling. A staircase from bedroom two climbs to a second floor loft room with two windows and exposed roof timbers.

Outside 
Mill Lane is adopted and to the front of the property there is off road parking and a single garage alongside driveway parking for one further vehicle. The property stands in just under half an acre in total and large south west facing rear gardens feature a number of large established trees. Once a working water mill, the mill race and mill pond remain a key feature of the gardens. Narrow channels of water wind their way through the garden back to the River Wreake, crossed by a wooden bridge. A large willow tree provides welcome shade from the summer sun and a newly laid raised terrace provides the perfect place for outdoor entertaining. A run of small brick outbuildings and new wooden shed provide useful storage.

Garage 
Single brick built garage with traditional timber doors.

Local Authority 
Melton Borough Council.

Services 
Mains electricity, water and gas with private drainage. The property has gas central heating fired by an Ideal combination boiler located in the utility room.

Tenure 
Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.

Directions 
Travelling along the A607 Leicester to Melton Mowbray road turn off following signs for Frisby on the Wreake. In the centre of the village turn off the Main Street into Mill Lane. The property is located towards the end of the lane on the left hand side.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
10 July 2018

Nearest stations

  • Melton Mowbray (3.5 mi)
  • Syston (6.3 mi)
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19A Main Street, Woodhouse Eaves, LE12 8RY

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Nearest stations

  • Melton Mowbray (3.5 mi)
  • Syston (6.3 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Fine and Country, Woodhouse Eaves

19A Main Street, Woodhouse Eaves, LE12 8RY

01509 431157 Local call rate

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