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Hogg Lane, Radcliffe on Trent, Nottingham



  • Mid Terraced Cottage
  • 3 Storey Accommodation
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Superb Fitted Kitchen
  • Front Garden & Rear Courtyard
  • Late Victorian Period
  • Modernised Fixtures & Fittings
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Remodelled Shower Room
  • Lovely Central Village Location



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A Lovely and spacious three bedroom late Victorian mid-terraced property situated in the heart of the village, accessed off Hogg Lane, raised and set back with a pretty front garden and a rear courtyard with brick outhouses.

The cottage has good sized accommodation arranged over three floors including, a lounge, separate dining room and recently re-fitted kitchen. On the first floor there are two bedrooms and a re-modelled shower room. A further staircase leads up to the double loft bedroom three. The house is well presented throughout with lots of character features including traditional fireplaces, and benefits from recent improvements including gas central heating with a new combi boiler.

A timber panelled obscure glazed and leaded front door opens into the lounge.

LOUNGE (4.34m x 3.20m (14'3" x 10'6"))
A lovely sitting room having original cast iron fireplace with decorative surround and tiled panelling, an inset living flame gas fire, double cupboard built into the recess housing the gas meter, tv and cable connections, picture rail, window to front and door through to the inner lobby.

A small lobby between the lounge and dining room with a staircase rising to the first floor.

DINING ROOM (4.34m x 3.48m (14'3" x 11'5"))
A second large reception room with a set of French doors opening out onto the rear courtyard garden, chimney breast with recess and flagstone hearth, access to the under stairs storage cupboard, rustic oak effect flooring and opening through to the kitchen.

KITCHEN (2.79m x 1.96m (9'2" x 6'5"))
The kitchen has been recently refitted with a superb range of sleek and contemporary cabinets and drawers finished in gloss white with stainless steel handles and rolled top work surfaces having matching upstands and a glazed splashback to the hob, ceramic sink unit with mixer tap, a range of built-in appliances include a slim line dishwasher, eye level oven, Siemens gas hob with extractor above and a larder fridge. Other features include a wine rack, soft closes to the doors, ceiling downlights, a continuation of the rustic oak effect flooring and two windows overlooking the rear garden.

FIRST FLOOR GALLERIED LANDING (3.56m x 1.68m (11'8" x 5'6"))
A staircase with a stripped back pine balustrade rises up to a galleried landing providing access to two bedrooms, a bathroom and a further door with a second turning staircase rises up to loft bedroom three.

BEDROOM ONE (4.34m x 3.18m (14'3" x 10'5"))
A lovely sized double main bedroom with exposed and varnished floorboards, original feature cast iron fireplace and a window to front.

BEDROOM TWO (2.64m x 2.34m (8'8" x 7'8"))
The smallest of three bedrooms, this single bedroom is currently used as a study, shelving built-into the recess, window to rear and a recently upgraded Worcester gas central heating condensing and combination boiler.

BATHROOM (2.64m x 1.91m (8'8" x 6'3"))
A fantastic feature to the property is this recently remodelled shower room, superbly tiled to the walls, finished with chrome detailing and a contemporary three piece white suite with chrome fittings including wc with soft close seat, a large wash hand basin set into a wall mounted vanity unit with mixer tap, a large walk-in shower enclosure has curved glazed screen, fixed and hand held thermostatic shower fitment, ceiling downlights, extractor fan, chrome heated towel rail and obscure window to rear.

LOFT BEDROOM THREE (4.34m including stairs x 3.78m (14'3" including st)
The property originally provided three storeys including a large double bedroom within the roof space having balustrade to the staircase, a skylight window, original cast iron fireplace, electric storage heater, loft hatch to the small remaining roof space and further access to storage within the eaves.

The property occupies an idyllic setting within the heart of the village accessed off Hogg Lane via a pedestrian footpath which leads to a run of late Victorian terraced houses of which this particular property is the mid terrace, set back from the path with a lovely front garden with a retaining brick wall and wrought iron railings. A gate and shared path lead up to the front door with a cottage style front garden having well stocked borders, gravelled pathway and a wrought boundary fence.

The rear garden affords shared access via a neighbouring property which leads into an enclosed courtyard style garden accessed via the dining room French doors and overlooked by the kitchen. There is room within the courtyard for garden furniture, outside tap, light and three brick built outhouses providing useful storage. The garden is a north west facing aspect capturing the late afternoon and evening sun.

Radcliffe on Trent has a wealth of amenities including a good range of shops, doctors, dentists, schooling for all ages, restaurants and public houses, a golf club, bowls club and regular bus and train services. The village is conveniently located for commuting to the cities of Nottingham and Leicester via A52 and A46, M1 South and A1 North plus East Midlands airport.

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

By appointment with Richard Watkinson & Partners.

Please contact our Radcliffe on Trent Office on 0115 933 6666 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property or require further information.

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