59 High Street
Large 9 bedroom property divided into 4/5 bedroom Georgian house
(including 1/2 bedroom self contained flat on second floor)
and a 4 bedroom annex (cottage) currently used as B&B
Italian styled courtyard separates the main house from the annex cottage.
Large converted 2 storey barn into workshop and further 4 outbuildings.
Ideally situated in East Midlands less than a mile from M1 j24 and 2 miles from airport and train station with direct line to London.
HouseSimple is pleased to present this property in Kegworth.
The property is a substantial 9 bedroom detached period property with integral garage and large stunning private 8ft walled rear garden.
This is a truly unique character maze of a property which provides potential for a number of uses particularly for persons who may wish to work from home, and/or has extended family. Ideally situated, located between Nottingham, Derby and Leicester with easy access to the M1 at junction 24 and the A50 Stoke Road going west, and is less than 2 miles from East Midlands Airport.
The property is divided into two with the main house a 4/5 bedroom Georgian grade 2 listed (which includes a 1/2 bedroom self-contained flat on 2nd floor with own electric meter and en-suite bathroom), and the other part is a 4 bedroom Victorian annex which we call the 'Cottage' and is currently being used as B&B accommodation.
To the rear there is a large converted barn workshop on two floors with numerous power points. It would be an ideal studio for artists or craftsmen. It is at present being used as a jewellery school. There is an outside toilet, a laundry room/workshop on two floors and two further utility/workshops.
The oldest part of the property dates back to the eighteenth century and has retained much of the grace, grandeur and character of that period. As with most older properties some improvements will be desired which can be implemented over time to the new owner's taste.
Step through the arched wrought iron gate into an Italian styled courtyard, surrounded by ancient white wisteria, with raised pond, and beyond to the lawn and stunning walled garden with an oasis of floral beauty and further still a vegetable plot with mature apple trees and a potting shed, home to a prolific grapevine. From the courtyard to the top of the garden is approx' 130ft, the garden area being approximately 550 square meters in total.
From the entrance, turn right into the main house, into a Victorian tiled hallway with radiator, giving access to a formal dining room, single return staircase, and to the breakfast/kitchen that overlooks the courtyard.
Dining Room 20' x 12'11''
This is a large gracious formal dining room with an original beam and cornice decorated with petals. Two large sash cord windows overlooking the front with secondary glazing. Two large radiators and an open fireplace.
Breakfast kitchen 13'2''x11'5''
With a range of fitted units including an integral fridge and two ovens with extractor fan/light. It has a tiled floor and overlooks the courtyard through Georgian styled windows. It houses the boiler for heating the main house separately from the annex.
Continuing off the hall is a useful cloakroom that also stores a chest freezer and a fridge freezer with shelves above for storage. From here you gain access to the cellar with a vaulted ceiling, ideal for extra storage as a wine cellar.
The hall continues to the rear lounge. A large room that has genuine wooden beams and a solid wooden floor with a multi-fuel log burning stove and two radiators. A large bay window overlooks the courtyard and there is an open wooden staircase leading to the first floor, just another of the charming and quirky features of this beautiful home.
From the lounge through the French doors into the conservatory.
Conservatory 18'x 8'5''
This south facing conservatory has delightful views through the large pane windows, to the rear courtyard, raised ornamental pond with a small patio area, and steps running up to the stunning garden, There are wooden beams and two roof windows and two radiators.
Bedroom 1. 18'x13'6''
This lovely large bedroom at the rear has two wooden beams, and triple aspect. There is a large bespoke hand made wooden wardrobe 10' across with two pairs of doors (his & hers) and ample storage above, fitted from ceiling to floor. Aside this is also a fitted bespoke 8' long wooden dressing table housing three sets of three deep drawers.
Large bathroom with avocado coloured suite, corner bath and separate shower cubicle. Radiator
Office/through room 13'6''x 12'
This room sits next to the bathroom and connects the two front bedrooms to the main bedroom (1) at the rear. It has three beams and bay window overlooking the courtyard and is ideal as an ironing room and office.
Bedrooms 2 & 3. 12'10''x11' 6'' each
These two good sized bedrooms have each got large Georgian sash windows and are overlooking the front, with a large twin radiator in each The second bedroom gives access to the annex side of the house into the 'Cottage' bedroom 4 and through to the cottage hall.
This is a self-contained 1 or 2 bedroom flat with bathroom/ shower over, hand basin and toilet. There is a power socket for a cooker. This flat has its own electric meter.
This half of the property is currently set up for B&B. It has its own front and rear entrances. The main bedroom is a large room (21'x12'6''), on the first floor with a large timber beam, and has an en-suite bathroom. It has two radiators in the bedroom and one in the bathroom. There are two small windows overlooking the courtyard and two roof casement windows, for extra light, also with blinds if desired. Large fitted wardrobe.
Along the upstairs hall there are also two more bedrooms (bedrooms 3 &4 12'2''x11'10' each) sharing an en-suite bathroom, both with own wash hand basins and overlooking the street. Both rooms are double glazed and have radiators. It would not be difficult to convert them both to having an en-suite each.
Down stairs to bedroom 2, which is at the back overlooking the courtyard. This is en-suite. Radiator
Lounge or Dining room room 11'10''x10'10''
Nice sized room with large bay window overlooking the street Currently used as breakfast room. Front door to street.
Garage 19'x11'10'' with up and over door
This is an integral part of the property and houses the (Worcester) boiler. This boiler heats the annex and is separate from the main house.
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