Something of an architectural triumph, this four/five bedroom detached bespoke home promotes many of the benefits of having timber framed construction creating open plan living at its best. Both the family room and lounge have one single pillar whilst the 26 ft feature kitchen diner is a full through room. The full layout in brief comprises of hall, lounge with feature wood burning stove, spacious family room (currently a cinema room), the aforementioned kitchen diner which faces south, separate utility room. At first floor there are four bedrooms, the master of which is en-suite and a separate three piece family bathroom and a fifth bedroom which is ideal as a study/office. The long driveway approach increases the privacy factor, there is then a double garage whilst the rear garden is a rare commodity these days being the size that it is having been landscaped in to three sections of lawn, entertainment area and horticulture. See site map for full extent of the plot.
Composite front entrance door with a timber pattern having dual obscure and leaded light panels affording natural lighting and access to the hall.
The hall gives the first indication of the theme that exists throughout the property with dark wood door jams and skirting with contrasting lighter coloured oak flooring and neutral wall décor. Wall mounted Hive central heating control and space for a desk beneath the stairs along with double electrical socket. The stairs themselves have a shaped timber spindle balustrade with matching banister.
The wc comprises of a modern two piece suite having hidden cistern wc and inset wash hand basin with double cupboard beneath. Further four cupboards, stone mosaic tiled splash backs, oak flooring continuing from the hall, single radiator with temperature control and Worcester Bosch combination gas central heating boiler is housed here. Front elevation obscure glass double glazed window.
The stylish lounge has feature texture wallpaper above and surrounding the wood burning stove and to the opposite wall whilst the rest of the room remains neutrally decorated. Exposed stained wood beams and pillars reaffirm its timber framed construction. To the rear of the room is a pair of timber effect double glazed doors with matching windows, additional side elevation window with double radiator beneath with temperature control. TV aerial connection and views towards the feature garden.
What a room! Currently used as a cinema room with ceiling mounted projector (not included in the sale). The family room is open to interpretation with regards to its use and could easily be the main reception room if required. There are two front elevation timber effect double glazed windows with timber sills, bevelled wood patterned flooring continues throughout, walls are neutrally decorated with single accent wall with floral pattern and an increased ceiling height of 8'4 further enhances the feeling of space.
The kitchen diner really does approach 26 ft in length and is "Brilliant" for those wanting to entertain. Split in to two distinct sections, to the dining arear there is a dual aspect with rear and side aspect timber effect double glazed windows, neutral decoration, beams are in a dark stained finish whilst the ceramic tiled floor further complimented by an accent wall. The kitchen has a central work surface space with cupboards either side including drawer unit and a beautiful piece of polished granite and a sink unit with granite drainer, splash back and sill giving a luxuriant feel. Space for a range cooker and a front and side elevation double glazed window continues the light theme and the whole room faces south. A side access door with double glazed panel and continuation of the floor from the dining section and a further radiator. Internal door through to the utility room.
I really like it when the quality of a kitchen continues into the utility area and this property is no exception whereby the polished granite work surface has an inset sink. Double electrical socket with USB socket, plumbing for automatic washing machine, larder cupboard and further cupboard adjacent with pull out drawer system. A very useful space.
Stairs lead from the hall to the first floor landing with shaped timber spindle gallery balustrade in a stained wood finish, a radiator with temperature control, side elevation south facing window and a cupboard over the hallway equipped with shelving and provided with light.
The west facing main bedroom has an attractive double glazed box bay window and view over the gravelled driveway approach. Bespoke wardrobes into the pitch of the roof comprising of three double with rail and shelving within, the room is nicely presented with timber effect laminate flooring and access to en-suite facilities.
The en-suite comprises of four elements consisting of Quadrant shower cubicle with curved retracting doors with angle poised rainhead over, panelled bath with dual taps, oblong wash hand basin on black granite with double cupboard beneath with mixer tap over and a low level wc with dual flush capability. Side elevation obscure glass double glazed window, ladder design centrally heated towel rail and recessed lights.
With an east facing aspect via a double glazed dormer window with a view over the garden and entertainment area. Neutral wall decoration with feature wall, TV aerial connection and radiator with temperature control.
Having a matching aspect to that of bedroom two and also a rear elevation double glazed dormer, neutral wall decoration, TV aerial connection, radiator with temperature control and multiple electrical sockets.
Not to be left out the fourth bedroom also faces east with double glazed dormer over the garden, neutral wall decoration, radiator dimmer light switch and recess for a wardrobe.
Ideal for those working from home the office has a front elevation dormer window, neutral wall decoration, multiple electrical sockets and a radiator with temperature control.
Comprising of a three piece suite - a panelled bath with choice of rainhead shower and handheld fitment, pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc with dual flush capability. Tiled splash backs, front elevation double glazed dormer window, black tiled floor and radiator with temperature control.
The property is approached via a private gravelled driveway, this then broadens out for a turning area and further parking. A detached double garage with twin doors and a side uPVC access door and double glazed window. To the right hand elevation is a block paved patio area and this continues around to the rear where there is a full width paved section. A single step down to a formal lawn with an offset paved path and mature borders and a central entertainment area has raised beds in railway sleeper style sections and Indian slabs, whilst the summer house has an informal bar counter area (lockdown project!). Adjacent to this is coloured stone and between the tropical plants is black and yellow bamboo, a banana tree and beyond is the section of garden set aside for horticulture ideal for those wanting to grow their own vegetables. Special reference should be made to the site map to fully appreciate the size of plot and its location within Quorn.
From Loughborough town centre proceed along the A6 Leicester Road, at the Quorn roundabout continue straight on in to the village. At the traffic lights straight on once more, negotiate the first mini roundabout and go straight on, at the second mini roundabout in the centre of the village turn right in to Meeting Street, follow this along taking the second turning on the right hand side which is Spinney Drive which bears left into Craddock Drive, take the next right onto Warwick Avenue and left onto Beacon Avenue. Follow this road to its full extent bearing right once more, follow to the very end where number 41 is situated on the right hand side as identified by the agents 'For Sale' board.
All mains services are available and connected to the property which is gas centrally heated. The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Charnwood Borough Council - Tax Band D. (Note: Due to the long driveway there is an additional pump for water sewerage along the driveway). A new boiler has been installed since the EPC was conducted.
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