6 Bedroom Detached House for sale in The Old Mill House, 1 Branston Road, Eaton
** BEAUTIFUL GRADE II LISTED FARMHOUSE ** WEALTH OF ACCOMMODATION ** FURTHER POTENTIAL ** PLOT IN REGION OF 1.77 ACRES ** ** CONSIDERABLE PARKING & SUBSTANTIAL GARAGING ** DELIGHTFUL SETTING ** NO UPWARD CHAIN ** VIEWING ESSENTIAL **We have great pleasure in offering to the market this unique period Grade II Listed farmhouse, understood to date back to the 17th Century with later additions, creating a truly sprawling individual home which approaches 5000 sq ft including its attached garaging.This lovely former farmhouse offers a wealth of character and features expected of a property of its era, sympathetically renovated over the years with the majority of the rooms offering exposed beams, i... Read more
** BEAUTIFUL GRADE II LISTED FARMHOUSE ** WEALTH OF ACCOMMODATION ** FURTHER POTENTIAL ** PLOT IN REGION OF 1.77 ACRES ** ** CONSIDERABLE PARKING & SUBSTANTIAL GARAGING ** DELIGHTFUL SETTING ** NO UPWARD CHAIN ** VIEWING ESSENTIAL **
We have great pleasure in offering to the market this unique period Grade II Listed farmhouse, understood to date back to the 17th Century with later additions, creating a truly sprawling individual home which approaches 5000 sq ft including its attached garaging.
This lovely former farmhouse offers a wealth of character and features expected of a property of its era, sympathetically renovated over the years with the majority of the rooms offering exposed beams, internal stone and brickwork, attractive natural flooring with stone flags and reclaimed timber block herringbone floors to the majority of the ground floor accommodation and attractive fireplaces.
The versatile level of accommodation spans three floors in the main house making it ideal for growing or extended families, with the attached garage block offering possible further potential (subject to any necessary consent).
The property occupies a delightful plot tucked away in an idyllic secluded setting, positioned well back from the lane with informal gardens attractive mill pond and winding brook which sweeps through the main garden providing an ample outdoor space and considerable parking at the front and rear.
In total the grounds extend to approximately 1.77 acres combining both the main garden with adjacent grassed areas all offering a great deal of privacy and a wonderful outdoor space.
Overall viewing is the only way to truly appreciate both the location and accommodation on offer.
Eaton is a picturesque Vale of Belvoir village lying approximately 7 miles north of Melton Mowbray, approximately 9 miles from Grantham and approximately 19 miles from Nottingham. It is a small rural village gathered around the parish church of St Dennys. Amenities can be found in the market towns of Bingham, Melton Mowbray and Grantham and from Grantham a high speed train to Kings Cross in just over an hour. The A1 and A52 are easily accessible from the village.
A PERIOD TIMBER ENTRANCE DOOR GIVES ACCESS THROUGH INTO:
Entrance Reception - 6.27m x 4.80m (20'7 x 15'9) - An impressive room offering a wealth of character and features as well as a considerable level of versatility providing an additional sitting or dining room. The focal point of the room is an ironstone fireplace with raised flagstone hearth, solid fuel stove and timber mantle, heavily beamed ceiling and additional exposed timbers, deep skirting, reclaimed herringbone parquet flooring, arched window to the front and additional multi-pane window to the rear, external door and a stripped pine door leading through into:
Sitting Room - 4.83m x 4.67m (15'10 x 15'4) - Having heavily beamed ceiling, exposed brick fireplace with flagstone hearth and open grate, continuation of the herringbone flooring, deep pine skirting, multi-pane windows to both side elevations.
Snug - 4.32m x 3.66m (14'2 x 12'0) - A versatile informal reception leading off the kitchen having beamed ceiling, exposed brick chimney breast with raised flagstone hearth and solid fuel stove, alcove to the side, continuation of the herringbone flooring, deep skirting, multi-pane window to the rear.
Study - 3.66m x 2.51m (12'0 x 8'3) - A useful reception ideal as a home office, having parquet flooring, exposed stone elevation, exposed beam to the ceiling, period column radiator, deep skirting, multi-pane windows to the front and rear, timber ledge and brace exterior door and further cottage latch stripped pine door leading through into:
Cloakroom - 1.63m x 0.74m (5'4 x 2'5) - Having close coupled wc with concealed cistern, wall mounted wash basin, tiled splashbacks, continuation of the solid wood floor, tongue and groove panelling, obscure double glazed window to the side.
Living / Dining Kitchen - 10.46m x 4.37m (34'4 x 14'4) - A superb well proportioned open plan living/dining kitchen which will undoubtedly become the hub of the home.
The initial kitchen area is appointed with a generous range of hand crafted farmhouse style units, butcher's block preparation surfaces, central island unit with ceramic hob and single oven beneath, under mounted Belfast sink, built in dresser units, open plate rack and glazed display cabinets, integral wine rack with storage beneath, exposed brick fireplace with oil fired stove and timber mantle, flagstone flooring.
The living/dining area has additional dresser unit, double glazed windows to the side and near full height windows to the rear.
Utility Room - 3.02m x 1.96m (9'11 x 6'5) - Having bespoke larder unit and fitted base unit, butcher's block preparation surface and Belfast sink, space for free standing under counter fridge, cloaks hanging space, flagstone flooring, deep skirting, exterior stable door and window to the side.
From the living area of the kitchen a door leads through into:
Central Porch - 1.80m x 1.47m (5'11 x 4'10) - Having glazed door leading into the garden and window at the rear.
A STABLE DOOR GIVES ACCESS INTO AN ATTACHED BUILDING WHICH COULD, SUBJECT TO CONSENT, OFFER POTENTIAL FOR AN ANNEXE STYLE FACILITY.
Initial Lobby - 2.13m x 1.04m (7'0 x 3'5) - Having quarry tiled floor and with access to:
Potential Utility - 1.96m x 1.27m (6'5 x 4'2) - Having window overlooking the garden.
From the lobby a further stripped pine door gives access into a large L-shaped room:
Room - 5.79m max x 5.59m max (19'0 max x 18'4 max) - Having exposed brick chimney breast with flagstone hearth and timber mantle, quarry tiled floor, windows to both the front and rear, courtesy door into the garage and stairs rising to a useful storage area in the eaves:
Loft Area - 5.89m x 4.85m (19'4 x 15'11) - A useful space which again could offer potential, subject to consent. Having stripped pine floorboards, part pitched ceiling, spindle balustrade, window to the side and skylights to the rear.
RETURNING TO THE INITIAL ENTRANCE RECEPTION AN ATTRACTIVE STAIRCASE RISES TO THE:
First Floor Landing - Having exposed beam, stripped pine floorboards and pine doors to:
Bedroom - 4.27m x 3.51m (14'0 x 11'6) - A well proportioned double bedroom having a wealth of character with heavily beamed ceiling, exposed pine floorboards, deep skirting, two multi-pane windows to the side and stripped pine door leading through into:
Dressing Room - 4.27m max x 1.35m (14'0 max x 4'5) - Having fitted shelving and hanging rails, exposed beams to the ceiling with inset downlighters, open doorway leading through into:
Ensuite Shower Room - 3.12m x 1.93m (10'3 x 6'4) - Having pleasant aspect into the garden, exposed beam to the ceiling, attractive leaded stained glass light through to the landing, shower enclosure with bi-fold screen and wall mounted electric shower, close coupled wc, vanity unit with twin round bowls and free standing mixer taps, exposed floorboards, contemporary towel radiator.
Bedroom - 3.66m min x 2.49m (12'0 min x 8'2) - A further double bedroom having exposed floorboards, deep skirting, exposed beam to the ceiling, multi-pane window to the side and stripped pine door leading through into:
Ensuite Shower Room - 2.69m x 1.75m (8'10 x 5'9) - Having quadrant shower enclosure with curved sliding screen and wall mounted electric shower, close coupled wc, pedestal wash basin, exposed floorboards, deep skirting, contemporary towel radiator, multi-pane window to the side.
Bedroom - 4.90m x 3.81m (16'1 x 12'6) - A well proportioned double bedroom having exposed floorboards, deep pine skirting, exposed beam to the ceiling, windows to two elevations and stripped pine door leading through into:
Ensuite Shower Room - 3.35m x 0.97m (11'0 x 3'2) - Having shower enclosure with bi-fold screen and wall mounted electric shower, close coupled wc, wall mounted wash basin, shaver point, exposed floorboards.
Bathroom - 3.94m max x 3.73m max (12'11 max x 12'3 max) - A particularly well proportioned L shaped family bathroom appointed with a modern but traditional style suite comprising free standing roll top slipper bath with chrome mixer tap and integral shower handset, double width shower enclosure with sliding screen and wall mounted electric shower, close coupled wc, pedestal wash basin, exposed floorboards, deep pine skirting, oak beam to the ceiling and access to loft space, additional access into eaves and multi-pane dormer window to the side.
A FURTHER STAIRCASE RISES TO THE:
Second Floor Landing - 3.48m max x 3.05m max (11'5 max x 10'0 max) - An interesting space giving access to three further bedrooms, having exposed beams to the ceiling, stripped pine floorboards, deep skirting and pine doors to:
Bedroom - 4.93m x 4.32m (16'2 x 14'2) - A well proportioned double bedroom having aspect to the side, part pitched ceiling with exposed timbers, stripped pine floorboards, deep skirting, exposed brick elevation, multi-pane window to the side.
Bedroom - 4.85m x 3.76m (15'11 x 12'4) - A further double bedroom having aspect across the garden, part pitched ceiling with exposed timbers, stripped floorboards, deep skirting, exposed brick elevation, multi-pane window.
Bedroom - 5.00m x 3.86m (16'5 x 12'8) - Again a generous space having exposed floorboards, deep pine skirting, exposed beams and multi-pane window.
Cloakroom - 1.96m x 1.22m (6'5 x 4'0) - Having close coupled wc, vanity unit with inset wash basin, part pitched ceiling, exposed floorboards and deep skirting.
Returning to the entrance hall stripped pine doors lead to:
Exterior - This charming property occupies a stunning edge of village setting right in the heart of the Vale of Belvoir, occupying a generous plot in the region of 1.77 acres. with gardens surrounding the house, set in an idyllic valley with babbling brook running through the gardens with established trees and shrubs and mill pond to the front, all of which combines to attract an abundance of wildlife. Overall a wonderful and unique setting.
The property is approached via gated access in the south west corner which will lead to a generous parking area to both the front and rear of the house as well as an attached brick built triple garage, with gated access to the side.
Triple Garaging - 5.56m x 9.12m (18'3 x 29'11) - Of brick elevations with pantiled roof and having timber ledge and brace double doors, storage in the eaves above with inset skylights.
The current gardens provide a wonderful outdoor setting with considerable privacy
Overall the only way to truly appreciate the location is by physical inspection.
Promap - Plan is for guidance only, boundaries will need to be confirmed.
Council Tax Band - Melton Borough Council - Tax Band F.
Services - The property has oil fired central heating and we understand is connected to mains drains
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