** GRADE II LISTED CHARACTER CONVERSION ** SYMPATHETICALLY RENOVATED THROUGHOUT ** WEALTH OF CHARACTER & FEATURES ** 4 DOUBLE BEDROOMS ** 2 ENSUITES & MAIN BATHROOM ** 3 RECEPTIONS ** WESTERLY REAR ASPECT ** GARDENS & OFF ROAD PARKING ** Read more
** GRADE II LISTED CHARACTER CONVERSION ** SYMPATHETICALLY RENOVATED THROUGHOUT ** WEALTH OF CHARACTER & FEATURES ** 4 DOUBLE BEDROOMS ** 2 ENSUITES & MAIN BATHROOM ** 3 RECEPTIONS ** WESTERLY REAR ASPECT ** GARDENS & OFF ROAD PARKING **
A simply stunning version of the Grade II Listed former Peacock Inn, finished to a high specification with a great deal of thought and attention to detail, retaining much of the original character and features but blending this with the benefits of contemporary living.
The attractive double fronted ironstone facade with central porch creates a welcoming impression to this deceptive home which lies in the region of 2000 sq ft. Offering a wealth of character and features with the majority of the rooms having exposed beams and several with internal ironstone elevations, attractive fireplaces and oak internal doors with underfloor heating to the ground floor.. These features are complemented by the modern kitchen with Neff integrated appliances, underfloor heating to the ground floor and useful utility with integral cloakroom.
The accommodation spans three floors with up to three receptions, dining kitchen and utility, to the first floor there are two double bedrooms, both with ensuite and a further staircase rising to the second floor where there are two further bedrooms in the eaves and additional bathroom.
Occupying a delightful corner plot with wonderful aspect across to the pretty village church, driveway and garden to the front with enclosed garden to the rear which benefits from a westerly aspect.
Overall viewing is the only way to truly appreciate both the location and accommodation on offer.
Amenities in Redmile include a public house/restaurant and well regarded village school. Additional amenities are available in the nearby village of Bottesford including secondary school, range of local shops, doctors and dentists and railway station with links to Nottingham and Grantham. The village is surrounded by the undulating countryside of the Vale of Belvoir and for commuting the village is ideally placed being approximately 15 minutes drive from Grantham station where a high speed train to Kings Cross takes just over an hour. The village is also convenient for access to the A52 and A46 providing good road links to Nottingham and Leicester, the A1 and M1.
AN OPEN FRONTED STORM PORCH WITH RECLAIMED PINE DOOR LEADS THROUGH TO:
Entrance Porch - 1.37m x 1.14m (4'6 x 3'9) - Having tongue and groove effect panelling, inset downlighters to the ceiling, double glazed window to the side and part glazed oak door leading through into:
Main Reception - 6.86m x 5.49m (22'6 x 18'0) - A fantastic space offering a wealth of character and features with heavily beamed ceiling, exposed ironstone and brickwork, the focal point of the room is an attractive fireplace with raised flagstone hearth, exposed brick back, reclaimed stove and oak mantle over, double glazed bay window to the front, built in glazed storage cupboards and an open doorway leading through into the:
Dining Kitchen - 6.83m x 2.46m (22'5 x 8'1) - A well proportioned room benefitting from a westerly aspect to the rear onto the garden. The initial dining/living area having double glazed French doors leading out onto the rear terrace, pitched ceiling with inset skylight, finished stone tiled floor and deep skirting, opening into:
A beautifully appointed kitchen with a generous range of wall, base and drawer units, quartz granite worktops and splashbacks, under-mounted stainless steel one and a third bowl sink, Neff ceramic hob with stainless steel and glass chimney hood over, Neff hide & slide fan assisted oven, combination microwave, integrated fridge and freezer and dishwasher, continuation of the tiled floor and exposed ironstone elevation.
Snug / Family Room - 4.52m x 3.66m (14'10 x 12'0) - A character filled room benefitting from a dual aspect with double glazed window to the front and original timber framed window to the side, heavily beamed ceiling, exposed brick fireplace with reclaimed stove and alcove to the side, leaded glazed light through to the inner hallway and oak door leading through into:
Study - 2.29m x 1.83m (7'6 x 6'0) - A versatile third reception ideal as a home office having exposed beams to the ceiling, exposed brick elevation, deep skirting and double glazed window to the side.
From the main reception an open doorway leads through into:
Inner Hallway - 3.43m x 2.44m max (11'3 x 8'0 max) - Having turning staircase with oak handrail and useful storage beneath, deep skirting, internal leaded glazed light through to the snug and oak door to:
Utility / Cloakroom - 2.77m x 1.91m (9'1 x 6'3) - Having exposed ironstone elevation and fitted with wall and base units, preparation surface with inset stainless steel sink and drainer unit, plumbing for washing machine, pressurised hot water system, wall mounted gas central heating boiler, underfloor heating manifolds and close coupled wc.
FROM THE INNER HALLWAY A TURNING STAIRCASE RISES TO THE:
First Floor Landing - 4.95m x 1.12m (16'3 x 3'8) - With the stairwell having high vaulted ceiling with exposed king post and truss, additional beamed ceiling to the landing, walk-in storage cupboard, deep skirting, double glazed window to the rear, large understairs storage cupboard which also houses the sprinkler system, oak doors leading to:
Master Bedroom - 5.26m x 4.27m (17'3 x 14'0) - A well proportioned bedroom with a wealth of character having heavily beamed ceiling, low level double glazed window with deep sill and attractive views across to the village church. Offering an excellent level of storage with two built in double wardrobes and additional storage cupboard with hanging rail, deep skirting, central heating radiator, ledge and brace door leading through into:
Ensuite Bathroom - 3.53m x 2.34m (11'7 x 7'8) - Beautifully appointed with a contemporary suite comprising walk-in shower enclosure with bi-fold door and chrome wall mounted shower mixer, double ended panelled bath, close coupled wc, vanity unit with rectangular wash basin, mosaic tiled floor, tiled walls, wall mounted shaver point, exposed beams to the ceiling, towel radiator and double glazed window to the front.
Bedroom 2 - 4.27m x 4.14m (14'0 x 13'7) - A further well proportioned double bedroom having heavily beamed ceiling, built in cupboard, deep skirting, central heating radiator and double glazed window with view down Main Street towards the church. An oak door leads through into:
Ensuite Shower Room - 1.98m x 1.91m (6'6 x 6'3) - Having large quadrant shower enclosure with curved sliding double doors and chrome wall mounted shower mixer, close coupled wc, wall mounted vanity unit with inset wash basin, mosaic tiled floor, stone tiled splashbacks, contemporary radiator and exposed beam to the ceiling.
FROM THE LANDING AREA A TURNING STAIRCASE WITH OAK HANDRAIL AND PART EXPOSED STONEWORK, LEADS TO THE:
Second Floor Landing - Having spindle balustrade, part pitched ceiling with exposed beams, central heating radiator, double glazed window to the rear and oak door to:
Bedroom 4 - 3.76m x 3.66m max (12'4 x 12'0 max) - A further double bedroom having part pitched ceiling with exposed beams, central heating radiator, deep skirting and double glazed window to the rear.
Bedroom 3 - 5.33m x 3.78m (17'6 x 12'5) - A further well proportioned double bedroom benefitting from a dual aspect with double glazed windows to the side and rear, part pitched ceiling with exposed beams, deep skirting, two central heating radiators.
Bathroom - 3.84m max x 2.03m max (12'7 max x 6'8 max) - Having P shaped shower bath with chrome swan neck mixer tap and wall mounted shower mixer with independent handset over, close coupled wc, wall mounted vanity unit with wash basin, mosaic tiled floor, tiled splashbacks, radiator, part pitched ceiling with exposed beams.
Exterior - The property occupies a prominent corner plot with delightful aspect down Main Street, set back behind a post and rail boundary fence with laurel bushes and lawned frontage edged by timber sleepers, a double width gravel driveway provides ample off road parking. There is additional visitors parking to the rear.
Gardens - Accessed off the rear courtyard a gravel pathway leads to a further westerly facing garden, enclosed to two sides by established brick wall having central lawn and post and rail boundary with laurel hedging.
Directly to the rear of the property is a paved terrace which benefits from a westerly aspect and leads back into the living/dining area of the kitchen creating an excellent outdoor entertaining space.
Council Tax Band - Melton Borough Council - Tax Band E.