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3 bedroom cottage for sale

Main Street, Ravenstone, LE67 2AS

Sold STC £269,950

Property Description

Key features

  • 17th Century Crook Beam Cottage
  • Three Bedroomed Character Home
  • Generous Lounge
  • Separate Dining Room
  • Master Bedroom with En-Suite
  • Village Location | Off-Road Parking
  • South Easterly Facing Rear Garden
  • EER:- E

Full description

A great opportunity to acquire a residence in the village of Ravenstone: A DELIGHTFUL THREE BEDROOMED CHARACTER COTTAGE CIRCA 1641 - This 17th century 'Crook beam' cottage is a cosy yet spacious property with a charming interior and a wealth of original features. It has been well maintained, and tastefully and sympathetically decorated in recent years. On the ground floor you'll find: the sitting room with a feature fireplace, a fitted breakfast kitchen and separate dining room. On the first floor: two good-sized double bedrooms, a single third bedroom and a three-piece bathroom. Outside: There's a driveway offering off-road parking for 2 cars approximately and a south-easterly facing low-maintenance rear garden with a paved patio and brick outbuilding. We anticipate a great deal of interest in this fine character home, and respectfully suggest viewing at your earliest convenience.

The Location - Ravenstone is a very popular and desirable village approximately three miles from the bustling market town of Ashby-de-la-Zouch and within easy driving distance of the A42/M42 motorway with links through to the M1, M6 and M69 motorways and all major Midland towns and cities. Woodstone community primary school is located within half a mile of the property and the catchment area is still within Ashby schools. There are international airports at Birmingham and East Midlands, a bus service and a railway station at East Midlands Parkway.

Accommodation In Detail -

Breakfast Kitchen - 5.29 x 2.57 (17'4" x 8'5") - A traditional cottage-style kitchen with a range of wall mounted units, shelving, matching base and draw units and tiled worktops. A freestanding Stoves four-ring burner with hot plate, double oven/grille and plate warmer, inset one and a half bowl sink with mixer tap and matching drainer with timber paneled splashbacks. Beamed ceiling and exposed part 'A' frame structure, tiled flooring, central heating radiator, decorative wall mounted lighting and a multi-paned double glazed window overlooking the rear garden. Space and plumbing for a washing machine upright fridge freezer and breakfast table and chairs. A latched door opening to a walk-in pantry which also houses the gas central heating boiler. A brick archway leads to the:-

Separate Dining Room - 2.57 x 2.24 (8'5" x 7'4") - A lovely exposed brick feature wall with inset bespoke recessed cabinet with storage below, central heating radiator and a central beam to the ceiling. Decorative wall mounted lighting and double glazed multi-paned window overlooking the driveway.

Returning to the breakfast kitchen; a latched door leading to the:-

Inner Hallway - Herringbone patterned parquet flooring, exposed timber 'A' framed sections within the walls and beamed ceilings. Stable door leading to the rear garden, stairs leading to the first floor accommodation and a archway into the:-

Good-Sized Lounge - 5.39 x 3.24 (17'8" x 10'7") - This good-sized lounge area offers a wealth of characteristics with beamed ceilings, a multi-fueled burning stove sat within a exposed brick chamber and a Yorkshire stone hearth. Herringbone style parquet flooring, dual-aspect multi-paned double glazed windows to both side elevations . Central heating radiator, decorative wall lighting and a exposed stone feature wall. Useful under-stairs cloakroom and space for a study area.

Returning to the inner hallway; stairs rising to the first floor accommodation.

First Floor Accommodation -

Landing - Vaulted ceiling with exposed timber 'A' frame structure, central heating radiator and a traditional multi-pained double glazed window to the side elevation. Traditional latched doors leading to the bedrooms and bathroom.

Bedroom One - 4.29 x 3.05 (14'0" x 10'0") - A exposed brick feature chimney breast, beamed ceiling, double glazed multi-pained window overlooking the rear garden, central heating radiator and latched door leading to the:-

En-Suite Shower Room - 3.05 x 1.16 (10'0" x 3'9") - A three piece suite comprising:- a recessed shower cubicle with mains fed shower over, vanity mounted wash hand basin with mixer taps with storage below and low-flush toilet. Tiled splashbacks, central heating radiator, extractor fan and a multi-paned double glazed window to the side elevation.

Bedroom Two - 3.76 max x 2.57 (12'4" max x 8'5") - Exposed timber 'A' frame, beamed ceiling, built-in storage with hanging rails, central heating radiator and a double glazed multi-paned window to the side.

Bedroom Three - 2.33 x 1.83 (7'7" x 6'0") - Exposed timber 'A' frame, beamed ceiling, multi-pained double glazed window to the side and the central heating radiator.

Three-Piece Bathroom - 2.57 x 2.25 (8'5" x 7'4") - Three-piece suite comprising:- a timber panelled bath with traditional taps, pedestal mounted wash hand basin and a low-flush toilet. extractor fan, tile splashbacks and the multi-paned double glazed window to the side.

Outside -

Off-Road Parking - A block paved driveway offering off-road parking for upto 2 cars.

Low-Maintenance Garden - A south-easterly facing low-maintenance paved rear garden with walled boundaries and a raised flower bed with various shrubs and bushes.

Brick Outbuilding - A useful brick-built outbuilding suitable for storage.

Council Tax Band: - The property is believed to be in council tax band: B

Please Note: - SERVICES: All mains are connected. The services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by Newton Fallowell and no guarantee as to their operating ability or their efficiency can be given. MEASUREMENTS: Please note that room sizes are quoted in metres to the nearest tenth of a metre measured from wall to wall. The imperial equivalent is included as an approximate guide for applicants not fully conversant with the metric system. Room measurements are included as a guide to room sizes and are not intended to be used when ordering carpets or flooring. TENURE: Freehold - with vacant possession on completion. Newton Fallowell recommend that purchasers satisfy themselves as to the tenure of this property and we recommend they consult a legal representative such as a solicitor appointed in their purchase.

How To Get There. - From our NEWTON FALLOWELL office in the heart of ASHBY DE LA ZOUCH: Turn right into Market Street. Proceed through the town centre, taking the second turning on the right into Church Street (signposted to the Hospital). Follow this road, which becomes Leicester Road. Continue for about one and a half miles, then take the right turn signposted to Ravenstone. Follow the road into the village. In a short distance, turn left into Main Street. The property can be found in about 100 meters on the left hand side - identified by our 'For Sale' board.

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