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459,950

Kneeton Road, East Bridgford

Features

  • Detached Period Cottage
  • Wealth of Character & Features
  • 2/3 Receptions
  • Traditional Style Kitchen
  • Tastefully Modernised Throughout
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Three Storey Accommodation
  • Enclosed Courtyard Style Garden
  • EPC Rating - F

Floorplan

Description

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This beautifully presented deceptive period cottage is set on a low maintenance plot in one of the most popular areas of this highly regarded and much requested village.

The property has undergone a significant programme of sympathetic restoration and refurbishment over past years, retaining much of its inherent charm and features with attractive refitted cottage style kitchen, traditional but modern bathroom suite with roll top bath and separate contemporary shower. In addition the majority of the ground floor offers French limestone flagstone flooring with underfloor heating and character features including exposed beams, beautiful fireplaces and replacement double glazed cottage style windows.

The accommodation spans three floors and offers an excellent opportunity for a wide variety of prospective purchasers including professional couples, small families particularly making use of the local school's excellent reputation, but also those downsizing looking for a versatile well maintained and pretty home on a more manageable plot.

Viewing comes highly recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer which comprises entrance hall, lounge, separate dining room, utility/cloakroom, dining kitchen and from the first floor landing two double bedrooms, sitting room/bedroom 3 and bathroom. From a second floor landing there are two further bedrooms situated in the eaves.

The property occupies a pleasant plot which offers a good degree of privacy being enclosed by established hedging with a courtyard style garden which has been landscaped for low maintenance and to maximise the outdoor space.

Although parking is available on street, subject to necessary consents there may be the potential to create off road parking for one vehicle to the front of the house.

East Bridgford is a much sought after village with facilities including a well-regarded primary school, local shops, public house and village hall with further amenities available in the nearby market town of Bingham. The village is ideally placed for commuting via the A52 and A46.

ENTRANCE HALL
Having exposed beams to the ceiling, useful understairs storage area with wall light, French limestone flooring, turning staircase rising to the first floor and traditional solid wood doors leading to:

SITTING ROOM (3.96m max x 3.81m (13'0 max x 12'6))
Having traditional style fire surround and mantle with exposed brick fireplace, tiled hearth and inset grate, built in traditional dresser units to the alcoves, beamed ceiling, wall light points, TV point, under floor heating, French limestone flooring, two double glazed multi-pane windows to the front elevation.

DINING ROOM (3.96m max x 3.84m (13'0 max x 12'7))
Having period style fireplace with timber mantle and surround, inset cast iron fireplace with tiled inserts and tiled hearth, exposed beams to the ceiling, wall light points, French limestone flooring, under floor heating, two multi-pane double glazed windows overlooking the front garden. A further door leads through to:

UTILITY / CLOAKROOM (1.93m x 1.85m (6'4 x 6'1))
A useful space combining utility area with cloakroom and having a contemporary suite comprising circular stone basin with polished stone vanity unit, close coupled wc with concealed cistern. Built in storage cupboards including broom cupboard, marble work surface with space for tumble drier and plumbing for washing machine beneath, French limestone flooring, chrome towel radiator.

DINING KITCHEN (4.29m x 3.84m (14'1 x 12'7))
Having been refurbished with a range of hand painted farmhouse style units, maple butcher's block and granite work surfaces, inset sink unit, open fronted glass shelved display cabinet with inset downlighters, traditional style built in dresser unit with solid wood work surface also housing the gas central heating boiler. Chimney breast with inset reclaimed stove and exposed brick back with traditional style surround and mantle, exposed beams to the ceiling, tiled floor, gas cooker point, integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher and central heating radiator. There is ample room for a breakfast table, double glazed multi-pane windows to the front aspect and multi-pane double glazed door leading into the front garden.

RETURNING TO THE ENTRANCE HALL A TURNING STAIRCASE RISES TO THE:

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Having exposed beams to the ceiling, multi-pane double glazed windows overlooking the front garden and further turning staircase rising to the second floor.

BEDROOM 2 (3.96m max x 3.78m (13'0 max x 12'5))
Having traditional cast iron fireplace with stone hearth, deep skirting, exposed beams to the ceiling, wall light points, traditional style column radiator, two multi-pane double glazed windows overlooking the front garden.

SITTING / BED 3 (4.09m max x 3.78m max (13'5 max x 12'5 max))
Currently utilised as a first floor sitting room and having chimney breast with inset cast iron fireplace with flagstone hearth, built in cupboard, traditional style column radiator, wall light points, exposed beams to the ceiling, multi-pane double glazed window overlooking the front garden and door giving access into:

BATHROOM (2.90m x 1.88m (9'6 x 6'2))
Having been refitted with a superb traditional style suite comprising glass bespoke shower cubicle, roll top ball & claw bath with traditional style mixer tap and integrated shower handset, high flush wc, vanity unit with granite work surface and inset wash basin, attractive whitewashed flooring, traditional style tongue and groove panelling to the walls, wall light and shaver point, electric heated towel rail, multi-pane window to the rear.

From Bedroom 3 two steps lead up to:

MASTER BEDROOM (3.81m x 3.58m (12'6 x 11'9))
The measurement excludes the depth of the fitted wardrobes.

Having traditional style column radiator, wall light points, access to loft space, two multi-pane double glazed windows to the front.

FROM THE FIRST FLOOR LANDING A TURNING STAIRCASE RISES TO THE:

SECOND FLOOR LANDING
Having useful storage cupboard with exposed beams above, under-eaves storage, ceiling light point, Velux skylight to the rear and door to:

BEDROOM 4 (3.96m max x 3.12m max to eaves (13'0 max x 10'3 ma)
Having exposed beams, electric Dimplex heater, telephone point, multi-pane windows to the side elevation and Velux skylight to the rear.

BEDROOM 5 (4.06m max x 3.35m to eaves (13'4 max x 11'0 to eav)
Having exposed beams, Dimplex electric heater and two Velux skylights to the rear aspect.

It is worth noting that the two second floor rooms have limited head height either side of the eaves.

EXTERIOR
The property is situated on a delightful plot with enclosed cottage style gardens to the front aspect offering a high degree of privacy being bordered by hedging. There is timber pedestrian gate access, large flagstone terrace with low maintenance gravel borders, and established trees and shrubs.

To the side of the property there is a further courtyard area with useful large brick outhouse, exterior cold water tap and exterior lighting.

Although parking is available on street, subject to necessary consents there may be the potential to create off road parking for one vehicle to the front of the house.

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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Richard Watkinson endeavour to maintain accurate depictions of properties in Virtual Tours, Floor Plans and descriptions, however, these are intended only as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection.

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