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440,000

Hoe Lane, Cropwell Butler

Features

  • Detached Character Cottage
  • Modernised & Refurbished
  • 3 Bedrooms, 2 Reception
  • Open Plan Dining Kitchen
  • Contemporary Bathroom
  • Utility & Cloakroom
  • Block Set Driveway
  • Enclosed Rear Garden
  • EPC Rating - D

Floorplan

Description

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The Croft is a pretty archetypal detached character cottage with brick elevations beneath a pantiled roof and has been the subject of a sympathetic and thoughtful programme of restoration and reconfiguration over recent years, creating a beautiful character filled home set in landscaped gardens on a no through lane adjacent to open fields.

The accommodation offers a wealth of features with many rooms having exposed beams and reclaimed materials and a solid fuel stove to the sitting room in an exposed brick chimney breast. The heart of the home is a well proportioned open plan dining kitchen which has been reconfigured from the original design to create a far more usable everyday working and living space, benefitting from windows to three elevations and has been modernised with a range of bespoke cottage style units, a combination of granite and oak work surfaces and integrated appliances. In addition there is a useful utility room with cloakroom off. There is a cosy sitting room with access out into the rear garden and separate snug.

To the first floor there are three bedrooms, two being generous doubles with the master suite benefitting from an initial dressing area and ensuite facilities. There is also a superb contemporary bathroom.

The property occupies a delightful established plot which is generous by modern standards and offers a good degree of privacy, having raised lawn and well stocked perimeter borders, paved terrace to the rear making a wonderful outdoor entertaining space linking back into the main reception and kitchen. There is a block set driveway to the front providing ample parking.

Overall viewing comes highly recommended to appreciate both the location and accommodation on offer.

Cropwell Butler has a public house and village hall and is conveniently placed for both the A46 and A52. Further amenities are available in the adjacent village of Cropwell Bishop including primary school, local shop/post office, health centre, public houses and church with further facilities available in nearby Radcliffe on Trent and Bingham.

A TIMBER ENTRANCE DOOR WITH GLAZED LIGHT LEADS THROUGH INTO:

LIVING/DINING KITCHEN (6.35m x 4.80m max (20'10 x 15'9 max))
A superb light and airy everyday living/entertaining space which has been tastefully and sympathetically refurbished with a generous range of bespoke wall, base and drawer units, a combination of granite and oak work surfaces with under-mounted Villeroy & Boch Belfast style sink with chrome swan neck mixer tap, oak and granite splsshbacks. Integrated appliances include Belling double fan assisted oven with stainless steel finish five ring gas hob with central wok burner, mosaic glass tiled splashbacks, integrated bosch dishwasher, ample room for large dining table, two chrome contemporary towel radiators, tiled floor, double glazed windows to the side and front aspects and French doors leading out into the rear garden. A stable door gives access into:

UTILITY ROOM (2.62m x 2.44m (8'7 x 8'0))
Having fitted work surface, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier, room for further free standing appliances, cloaks hanging space, exposed beams to the ceiling, gas central heating boiler, built in pantry, double glazed window to the front and cottage latch door giving access through into:

CLOAKROOM (1.57m x 0.99m (5'2 x 3'3))
Having a Duravit suite comprising close coupled wc with shelved surround and corner wash basin with chrome traditional style taps, glass mosaic tiled splashback, central heating radiator, continuation of the tiled floor, exposed beams to the ceiling and double glazed window.

SITTING ROOM (5.56m x 3.56m (18'3 x 11'8))
A well proportioned reception offering a wealth of character and features with beamed ceiling, the focal point of the room is the exposed brick chimney breast with raised stone hearth and inset solid fuel stove, alcoves to the side, oak strip wood flooring, deep pine skirting, spindle balustrade staircase rising to the first floor, double glazed French doors leading out into the rear garden and further ledge and brace door leading through into:

SNUG / STUDY (3.53m x 1.83m (11'7 x 6'0))
A versatile reception ideal as home office or playroom, alternatively would make an occasional ground floor bedroom. Having aspect to the rear, central heating radiator, deep skirting, ceiling light point and double glazed multi-pane window.

RETURNING TO THE SITTING ROOM A SPINDLE BALUSTRADE PINE STAIRCASE RISES TO THE:

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Having central heating radiator, ceiling light point, deep pine skirting and architrave, attractive leaded stained glass window to the side, cottage latch ledge and brace doors leading to:

BEDROOM 1 (6.40m x 3.28m overall (21'0 x 10'9 overall))
A well proportioned master bedroom benefitting from initial dressing area as well as ensuite facilities. Having fitted wardrobes with sliding pine door fronts, inset downlighters to the ceiling, central heating radiator, deep pine skirting, double glazed cottage style windows to three elevations making this a particularly light and airy room.

WET/STEAM ROOM (1.45m x 1.14m (4'9 x 3'9))
Having fully tiled surround and seating area, flush mounted chrome mixer tap, wall mounted jets and additional rose over, downlighters and extractor.

BEDROOM 2 (3.68m x 3.10m max (12'1 x 10'2 max))
A further double bedroom having pleasant aspect into the rear garden, chimney breast with alcoves to either side, deep skirting, exposed floorboards, central heating radiator, ceiling light point and double glazed cottage style windows.

BEDROOM 3 (2.44m x 2.13m (8'0 x 7'0))
Ideal as a child's bedroom or first floor office. Having inset downlighters to the ceiling, access to loft space, central heating radiator and double glazed cottage style window to the rear.

BATHROOM (3.58m x 1.57m (11'9 x 5'2))
Appointed with a contemporary suite comprising double ended bath with tiled surround, chrome mixer tap, separate walk-in shower enclosure with initial drying area and curved glass screen, chrome wall mounted Aqualisa shower mixer with ceiling rose, inset downlighter, attractive contemporary "egg" Alessi blanco wc with concealed cistern, wall mounted vanity unit with over-mounted Alessi round basin with chrome mixer tap, fully tiled walls and floor, chrome contemporary towel radiator, inset downlighters to the ceiling, two double glazed cottage style windows to the front.

EXTERIOR
The property occupies a delightful and deceptive lovingly established corner plot, tucked away on this quiet backwater in this highly regarded and much requested village.

The property is set up from the lane with a generous secluded garden enclosed by a combination of hawthorn hedging, brick walls and timber panelled fencing, featuring a number of mature trees including ash, yew and walnut, extensive stone and block paved terrace, retaining York stone wall and established flower and shrub borders. Steps from the patio lead onto a good size lawned area with flower and shrub borders, raised planted area to the rear and large timber shed/summerhouse which benefits from power and light, all offering a good degree of privacy.

To the side of the property there is a block set driveway which provides off road car standing for several vehicles, further raised brick planters to the rear and retaining wall to the side.

COUNCIL TAX BAND
Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band E.

Viewing
Please contact our Bingham Office on 01949 836678 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property or require further information.

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