*** STUNNING DETACHED COTTAGE *** POPULAR VILLAGE LOCATION *** GRADE II LISTED *** WEALTH OF CHARACTER FEATURES *** DRIVEWAY AND GARAGE *** THREE BEDROOMS *** ENCLOSED GARDEN TO REAR *** Read more
*** STUNNING DETACHED COTTAGE *** POPULAR VILLAGE LOCATION *** GRADE II LISTED *** WEALTH OF CHARACTER FEATURES *** DRIVEWAY AND GARAGE *** THREE BEDROOMS *** ENCLOSED GARDEN TO REAR ***
A beautifully presented detached Grade II Listed cottage, bursting with character and charm. This welcoming home has been superbly maintained and sympathetically updated over recent years but a good measure of charm and character has been retained including exposed beams throughout.
The internal accommodation briefly comprises; Living room, dining room, L-shaped kitchen, pantry, utility room, family bathroom and three bedrooms.
Externally there is a gated gravel driveway enclosed within a well stocked landscaped rear garden and a good size single garage with power.
Wymeswold is a convenient and well serviced village situated on the A6006 in Leicestershire, within easy reach of Melton Mowbray and Loughborough. Transport links are good with easy and quick access to the A46 trunk road, resulting in southbound access to the M1 in approximately twenty minutes, ideal for commuters. The village benefits from a primary school, public house, convenience store and church.
A BEAUTIFUL WOODEN FRONT DOOR WITH OVERHEAD PORCH LEADS INTO:
Dining Room - 4.01m x 3.76m (max inc chimney breast) (13'1" x 12 - With a matted area at the front door leading on to the carpeted dining space. Open fireplace with quarry tiles, which is currently used a decorative log store, radiator, telephone point and windows to both front and rear, doorways leading to kitchen and living room:
Living Room - 3.99m x 3.40m max (13'1" x 11'1" max ) - A beautifully presented and comfortable living room with multi-fuel wood burner set on quarry tiles and windows to both front and rear. Radiator as well as telephone and television points.
Kitchen - 4.09m x 3.94m max (13'5" x 12'11" max) - A range of fitted base units and shelving providing a good amount of storage space, electric oven and gas hob which is set within the feature chimney breast, space for dishwasher and under counter fridge, tiled splashbacks, one and a half sink with drainer, two radiators, windows to both front and rear. Doorways leading to stairs, inner rear hall and pantry:
Pantry - 2.69m x 1.32m (8'10" x 4'04") - Windows to both sides, wall mounted combination boiler and vinyl flooring.
Rear Inner Hallway - Vinyl flooring and doors to rear garden, bathroom and utility room:
Utility Room - Window to rear and space for washer/dryer.
Bathroom - 2.95m x 2.72m max (9'8" x 8'11" max) - Benefiting from a single shower cubicle, bath, low level WC and hand was basin. There is also a heated towel rail, vinyl flooring and obscure glazed window to side.
First Floor Landing - Stairs leading from kitchen, doors leading to bedroom two and bedroom three:
Bedroom 3 - 4.01m x 2.90m max (13'1" x 9'6" max) - Low level window to front and radiator.
Bedroom 2 - 4.06m x 3.96m max (13'3" x 12'11" max) - With low level window to front, loft access, radiator and door to:
Master Bedroom - 4.04m x 3.61m max inc fitted wardrobes (13'3" x 1 - With a range of fitted wardrobes and drawers, low level window to front, television point and radiator.
Gardens - A good sized and beautifully landscaped enclosed rear garden, containing the garage and gravel driveway providing parking for several vehicles.
The paved patio area leads to the two lawned areas and further patio area, each reached by railway sleeper steps and surrounded by gravel borders. The easy to maintain garden has well stocked borders and the gated driveway is accessed via the main Rempstone Road.
There is also a small outside storage area which is attached to the rear of the property and accessed via a wooden door.
Garage - A good size garage with part glazed double doors, electricity, lighting and a telephone point.
Council Tax Band - Charnwood Council - Tax Band E.