A rare opportunity to acquire a magnificent example of an early Victorian 3 storey villa in sought after commuter village. IPS are delighted to offer this beautifully presented and well fitted end terraced villa which has been sympathetically modernised with quality fixtures and fittings whilst retaining much of its original charm and character also believed to date from 1852. It is situated in this highly sought after village which offers a range of local amenities and shops including Waitrose schools, and it is convenient for restaurants, gastro pubs. Lying between the villages of Quorn and Rothley, it is also within easy reach of Leicester, Loughborough and the motorway network via the A6 and Leicester and Loughborough ring roads. The area is renowned for recreational amenities including Charnwood forest, Bradgate Park, and there is golf course at Rothley and Woodhouse. The spacious accommodation has been tastefully decorated throughout and with gas central heating and double glazing comprises; Ground Floor, Lounge and extended dining kitchen. First Floor. Refitted bathroom and master bedroom and on the Second Floor are two further double bedrooms. There are stunning views from the rear rooms accross the village and countryside beyond. Outside there is a front garden with potential for parking and a delightful long rear garden with decking and lawn areas. There is a useful garden shed.
Lounge - 12'10" (3.91m) Max x 11'5" (3.48m)
With double glazed window to front. attractive feature Victorian style cast iron fireplace with open fire and tiled hearth, fitted meter cupboard, attractive coving to ceiling, solid engineered oak flooring and double doors leading to extended dining kitchen.
Extended Dining Kitchen - 9'4" (2.84m) x 18'4" (5.59m)
Beautifully fitted using high gloss fronted wall and base units with solid wood work tops over, slate tiled flooring creating farmhouse kitchen effect, inset five ring gas hob with under oven/grill, cooker hood and extractor fan over, single drainer sink unit with chrome mixer taps, two double glazed Velux windows, under stairs storage area with power point and original pine door, ceiling spotlights, integral dishwasher, bespoke wall mounted radiator, double glazed French doors leading to rear garden and door leading to rear lobby.
With double glazed door leading to rear garden, radiator and stairs to first floor.
First Floor Landing
Staircase from lobby leading to the first floor landing with attractive wooden balustrade, double glazed window to rear with views over Mountsorrel and the countryside beyond, stairs to second floor and doors leading to bedroom one and family bathroom.
Double Bedroom One - 12'9" (3.89m) Max x 11'4" (3.45m)
With attractive feature Victorian styled cast iron fireplace with wooden surround (flu not in use), double glazed window to front, double radiator and pine door
Luxury Family Bathroom
Recently fitted with a four piece suite comprising a panel bath with chrome mixer taps, separate shower cubicle with overhead rain shower, separate shower attachment, tiled walls and sliding glazed doors, extractor fan, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer taps, low level W/C, tiled flooring, part tiled walls, pine door to landing and double glazed window to rear.
Second Floor Landing
Staircase from the first floor landing leading to the second floor landing with access to two further double bedrooms.
Front Double Bedroom Two - 12'9" (3.89m) Max x 11'6" (3.51m)
With double glazed windows to front and side, exposed roof beams, high sloping ceiling and radiator.
Rear Double Bedroom Three - 9'8" (2.95m) x 11'5" (3.48m)
With double glazed window to rear with stunning views over the edge of the village and countryside beyond, built in cupboard, double radiator, exposed roof beams, high sloping ceiling and double radiator.
To the front of the property is a low maintenance front providing a car parking space with access via the adjoining drive.
There is a gated shared side pedestrian pathway which leads to the rear garden and gives access for the two neighbouring properties. The rear garden is slightly offset approached via a gate leading to a raised decking area ideal for Alfresco dining and steps lead town to a good sized rear lawned garden with a further decking area, flower beds, borders and a useful timber garden shed. Not predominately overlooked from the rear with a fence surround.
Note To Buyer: SDLT Rate
Up to �125,000 Zero
The next �125,000 (the portion from �125,001 to �250,000)2%
The next �675,000 (the portion from �250,001 to �925,000)5%
The next �575,000 (the portion from �925,001 to �1.5 million)10%
The remaining amount (the portion above �1.5 million)12%
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.