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Property details

  • 6 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 3 reception rooms

Features

  • Substantial Grade ll Six Bedroomed Detached Home
  • Sitting Room | Bespoke Breakfast Kitchen
  • Dining Room | Cloakroom / W.C
  • Master Bedroom With En Suite Shower Room
  • Five Further Generous Bedrooms
  • 2 Family Bathrooms / Fitted Study
  • Annex With Workshop / Garage
  • Landscaped Gardens to the Front and Rear
  • Granny Flat / Separate Office Potential
  • Freehold - EPC Exempt

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Description

Click video tour ** substantial six bedroomed family home ** Extending to over 3800 sq ft and benefiting from no upward chain! Set in the desirable village of Newton Burgoland, this superb six bedroomed character home has a spacious separate detached annex - ideal for a dependent relative or for use as an office for someone working from home. The property boasts a wealth of first class living accommodation comprising: An entrance hallway, sitting room, bespoke fitted breakfast kitchen, separate dining room and cloakroom/W.C. First floor: Bedroom two leading to bedroom six/study, bedroom three and a family bathroom. Second floor: Master bedroom with an en suite shower room, bedrooms four and five and a bathroom. Outside there is also a 31' long workshop/garage attached to the annex set behind the gated driveway, landscaped gardens extending to the front and rear affording stunning countryside views and a sunny south-facing aspect to the rear. An internal inspection is strongly recommended to appreciate this beautiful Grade ll listed home. To book a viewing please contact our office on .

The Location

Newton Burgoland is a sought after village set in the charming Leicestershire countryside, situated between the market towns of Ashby de la Zouch and Market Bosworth, yet remaining very accessible to the M42 and M1. Birmingham, Leicester, Nottingham, Derby and East Midlands International Airport are all within easy access, and there are a number of quick train routes to London. Services within the village include a well-respected Primary School and the renowned Belper Arms public house which dates back to 1290 when it was named "The Shepherd and the Shepherdess Inn". There are many country pursuits to be enjoyed in the area including walking, horse riding, golf, tennis, sailing and the exclusive health resort, Champney Springs, is about four miles away.

Accommodation In Detail

Entrance Hallway

With two cloak cupboards, timber striped beams to ceiling, a wrought iron staircase rising to the first floor landing, a Victorian style radiator and doors to the sitting room, breakfast kitchen, dining room and cloakroom/W.C.

Magnificent Sitting Room (6.10m x 4.01m (20'0" x 13'1"))

The focal point of this character room is the feature brick fireplace with oak mantle and multi-fuel burning stove inset. Exposed original timber beams to the ceiling, oak flooring throughout, TV aerial point, two radiators, the original front door which gives access to the front garden, and two picture windows to the front elevation.

Bespoke Oak Breakfast Kitchen (7.32m x 4.17m (24'0" x 13'8"))

Fully fitted with a range of bespoke solid oak base and drawer units with matching wall cupboards, granite rolled edge worktops with matching upstand, an inset Belfast sink with a brushed aluminium mixer tap over and a Rangemaster with an extractor fan over and splashback behind. Other features include 50/50 integrated fridge/freezer, second under-counter fridge and an integrated full-size dishwasher. Built-in eye level microwave, space and plumbing for a washing machine, LED downlights and a TV aerial point. The kitchen area also benefits from an island with an integrated wine rack. In the dining area there is an original bricked up inglenook fireplace with an original timber mantle over, two TV aerial points and striped timber beams to both ceiling and kitchen areas. With a mixture of oak flooring and flagstone, two radiators, two windows to the front elevation and one to the rear elevation.

Separate Dining Room (3.20m x 3.20m (10'5" x 10'5"))

With a vaulted ceiling having striped beams, radiator and a window to side elevation overlooking the driveway with fields beyond. Dining table and chairs possibly available for sale by separate negotiation.

Cloakroom / W.C

Fitted with a white Heritage suite with pedestal wash hand basin, Victorian style toilet, period chrome heated towel rail and half height tiled splashbacks around, an under stairs storage cupboard, a continuation of the oak flooring and an opaque glazed front window.

First Floor Accommodation

Landing

With a continuation of the wrought iron staircase up to the second floor, oak flooring throughout and three dual aspect windows to the front and rear elevation.

Bedroom Two (4.11m x 3.35m (13'5" x 10'11"))

Currently being used as a family room/reading room with a Victorian style polished fireplace with a granite hearth and bookcases to either side, a TV aerial point, built-in oak units, a door through to bedroom six/study and a window to the front and rear elevations.

Bedroom Six / Study (4.17m x 3.00m (13'8" x 9'10"))

With a range of built-in full and half height oak units and desk, a radiator, oak flooring and a window to the front elevation.

Bedroom Three (4.22m x 4.17m (13'10" x 13'8"))

A generous double bedroom with LED downlights, a TV aerial point, radiator, oak flooring and windows to front and rear elevations.

Stylish Family Bathroom (2.97m x 2.44m (9'8" x 8'0"))

Comprising: A freestanding slipper bath with chrome mixer tap and shower attachment over, Heritage wash hand basin with chrome taps over and a high level Victorian style cistern toilet. A slate flagstone floor, LED downlights, a chrome heated towel rail and slate splashbacks.

Second Floor Accommodation

Landing

With a loft access hatch, exposed original timber beams, two radiators, oak flooring, a door to the master bedroom and three windows to the front elevation.

Spacious Master Bedroom (4.17m x 4.17m (13'8" x 13'8"))

A good-sized double bedroom with built-in wardrobes, a TV aerial point, original ceiling beams, two radiators, LED downlights, a door to the en suite and two windows to the front elevation and rear elevation.

En Suite Shower Room

Fully fitted in a period style & comprising: A fully waterproofed double walk-in shower cubicle with glass sliding doors and an electric shower overhead, corner mounted Heritage wash hand basin with chrome taps and a high level cistern toilet. Victorian style towel rail, half height tiling to the remainder of the room, ceramic tiled flooring, LED downlights, an extractor fan and an opaque glazed rear window.

Bedroom Four (4.17m x 3.15m max (13'8" x 10'4" max))

With oak flooring, a radiator, TV aerial point and a window to the rear elevation.

Bedroom Five (3.05m x 2.24m (10'0" x 7'4"))

A good sized double bedroom with a TV aerial point, LED downlights, built-in wardrobes, exposed beams to the ceiling and a window to the front elevation.

Additional Bathroom

Comprising: A free standing bath with a chrome mixer tap and shower attachment over, a Heritage pedestal mounted wash hand basin with chrome taps over and a dual flush toilet. An airing cupboard which houses the boiler and hot water tank, half height splashbacks throughout, tiled flooring, LED downlights, towel rail and an opaque glazed rear window.

Outside

Front Elevation

The property sits back from the road behind a half height brick wall with front gardens laid to a mixture of flagstone and lawn area. There is an outside tap, electrical points and to the side of the property are double timber gates leading to a slate laid driveway giving off road parking for up to six cars. The driveway also leads to the annex/workshop and the entrance to the main property with a personnel timber gate leading through to the annex building which leads through to the rear gardens which are also accessible from the hallway of the main property.

South-Facing Landscaped Rear Garden

With a brick wall to the whole perimeter which is laid to a mixture of patio, timber decking and lawn benefitting from a totally private aspect with some raised flowerbeds.

Separate Spacious Annex

Set back from the house is a two-storey 30ft, brick-built, roofed building which has a double length workshop with timber doors leading into a potential annex or commercial space. With flagstone flooring, LED downlights, stairs rising to first floor, underfloor heating, doors leading to the WC and rear garden, and windows to the front and rear elevation

Cloakroom / W.C

With a dual flush toilet, pedestal mounted wash hand basin with chrome taps over and splashback behind and a cupboard housing the electrical system for the annex.

First Floor Accommodation (5.49m x 4.88m (18'0" x 16'0"))

Oak stairs rising to the first floor which has two spaces: One behind a sitting room and the other could be divided into bedrooms, currently being utilised as a games room. There is a vaulted ceiling, exposed brick wall with timber beams, built-in oak cabinets along one side of the room, floor-mounted electric points and cat 5 internet ports, with an opening through to the games room and windows to the front and rear elevations

Games Room (9.45m x 4.57m (31'0" x 14'11"))

A spacious games room with oak flooring. Two windows to the front elevation, a window to the rear overlooking the garden and six Velux skylight windows. Snooker table possibly available for sale by separate negotiation.

Please note: The main living accommodation is attached at one side to a property which is Grade II listed.

And Finally...

This a substantial family home with a large detached annex which could easily be converted into accommodation for a dependent relative or teenager, or would be ideal as office premises for someone working from home. No upward chain.

Council Tax Band:

The property is believed to be in council tax band: 'F'

How To Get There

Postcode for sat navs: LE67 2SE. For Sale board outside.

Please Note:

Services: All mains are connected - except mains gas. The property is powered by lpg gas. The services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by Newton Fallowell and no guarantee as to their operating ability or their efficiency can be given. Measurements: Please note that room sizes are quoted in metres to the nearest tenth of a metre measured from wall to wall. The imperial equivalent is included as an approximate guide for applicants not fully conversant with the metric system. Room measurements are included as a guide to room sizes and are not intended to be used when ordering carpets or flooring. Tenure: Freehold - with vacant possession on completion. Newton Fallowell recommend that purchasers satisfy themselves as to the tenure of this property and we recommend they consult a legal representative such as a solicitor appointed in their purchase.

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Local Amenities

  • Polesworth 7.5 miles
  • Atherstone 8 miles
  • Newton Burgoland Primary School 0.1 miles
  • Snarestone Church of England Primary School 1.5 miles

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Local Amenities

  • Polesworth 7.5 miles
  • Atherstone 8 miles
  • Newton Burgoland Primary School 0.1 miles
  • Snarestone Church of England Primary School 1.5 miles

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Average estimated value for a house in LE67:

  • £186,443
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  • £7,398
  • (4.132%)
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    £182,487
  • Properties sold

    276

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Sold prices provided by Land Registry
8th Jan 2020 £625,000 Price reduced by £25,000
8th Oct 2019 £650,000 First listed

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