High Street, Bottesford, Nottingham
Sold Subject to Contract

5 beds | 2 baths | 2 receptions | £550,000


Offered to the market is the grand and imposing Grade ll Listed character home, with an array of original features to include: An attractive staircase with solid wooden balustrade, high ceilings, quarry tiled flooring, period open fireplace's and sash windows. Located within the heart of this popular village this versatile and generously proportioned family home has accommodation comprising: Stunning entrance hall with vaulted ceiling and original quarry tiled flooring, living room with open fireplace, dining room, kitchen diner, utility room, ground floor W.C., five double bedrooms over two floors with master having en-suite, outbuilding, timber summer house, double garage and attractive landscaped gardens. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the space and features this property has to offer. No upward chain. EPC - exempt. Freehold.

Entrance Hall
This stunning entrance hall really sets the tone of this Grade ll Listed home, with an attractive solid wooden balustrade staircase, high vaulted ceiling, original quarry tiled flooring, feature plastered ceiling rose, period skirtings and architraves, doors to ground floor accommodation and door accessing the rear garden.

Living Room 4.52 x 4.62 (max) (14'9" x 15'1" (max))
A generously proportioned primary reception room with feature solid fuel burning stove set onto a flagstone and slate hearth with wooden mantel over, inset alcoves, high ceilings with central ceiling rose and sash wooden window to the front elevation.

Dining Room 5.21 x 3.66 (max) (17'1" x 12'0" (max))
Another character filled reception room with inset alcove storage, exposed feature brick fireplace with inset gas coal effect fire set onto a quarry tiled hearth, exposed floorboards, dado rail, high ceilings with ceiling rose and wooden sash window to the front elevation.

Kitchen Diner 4.95 x 3.66 (16'2" x 12'0")
This farmhouse styled kitchen is fitted with a good range of cream fronted base and wall mounted units with granite work surface over, inset Belfast style sink and drainer with traditional styled mixer tap over, gas fired Aga, built-in electric fan assisted double oven, four ring gas hob with glass and stainless steel chimney style extractor fan over, two larder fridges, dishwasher, quarry tiled flooring, window to the rear elevation with attractive views over the landscaped rear garden and exposed beamed ceiling.

W.C.
Fitted with a two piece white suite comprising: W.C. and wall mounted circular wash basin with tiled splash back, contemporary wall mounted radiator, obscure window and quarry tiled flooring.

Utility Room 5.62 x 2.44 (max) (18'5" x 8'0" (max))
A useful space for any family home with space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for further appliance, inset Belfast styled sink, quarry tiled flooring, obscure glass window and exposed beamed ceiling.

First Floor Landing
Stairs rising to the second floor and doors to first floor accommodation.

Master Bedroom 4.93 x 4.57 (16'2" x 14'11")
A lovely master bedroom suite having a feature period cast iron fireplace with carved stone surround and mantel over, inset alcoves, built-in wardrobes, exposed beamed ceiling, wood sash window to the front elevation with built-in window seat and door to En-Suite.

En-Suite 2.74 x 2.21 (8'11" x 7'3")
Fitted with a four piece suite comprising: Free standing claw foot roll top bath, shower cubicle with electric shower, period styled wash basin and period styled W.C. contemporary wall mounted heated towel rail and wooden sash window to the side elevation.

Bedroom Two 5.31 x 3.68 (max) (17'5" x 12'0" (max))
A sizable double bedroom with wooden sash window to the front elevation, inset alcoves and attractive original fireplace.

Bedroom Three 5.31 x 3.61 (max) (17'5" x 11'10" (max))
Another delightful, double bedroom with period fireplace, built-in storage cupboard, built-in wardrobe and wooden window to the rear elevation overlooking the landscaped rear garden.

Family Bathroom 4.22 x 2.67 (13'10" x 8'9")
A generous and well appointed family bathroom being fitted with a four piece suite comprising: panel bath with feature traditional styled central tap with shower attachment, shower cubicle with wall mounted chrome fittings and shower, W.C. and pedestal wash basin, tiled splash backs, wall mounted heated towel rail, built-in airing cupboard housing the gas central heating boiler, inset ceiling spot lights and wooden window to the rear elevation.

Second Floor Landing
Doors to two further double bedrooms.

Bedroom Four 4.70 x 4.57 (15'5" x 14'11")
An attractive well-proportioned double bedroom offering excellent head height with exposed timber purlins, Dormer wooden sash window to the front elevation and large built-in bookcase/dresser unit.

Bedroom Five
A further spacious double bedroom offering a wealth of character with exposed beamed ceiling, timber purlin, inset alcove and wooden sash window to the front elevation.

Double Garage
Two sets of ledge and brace doors to the front elevation, dividing wall with courtesy access door, light and power, high ceiling with inset light tunnel and access to a large useful boarded area in the eaves accessed by pull down aluminium ladder and further courtesy door to the side elevation.

Rear Garden
To the rear of the property is a landscaped and well established garden offering a good level of privacy. immediately to the rear of the property is a blockset and flagstone patio area ideal for entertaining and alfresco dining with feature raised circular brick border. A low level brick wall and box hedging separates this from the lawned garden with inset trees and shrubs including fruit trees. There are three separate seating areas, an attractive timber summer house and a Period style potting shed outbuilding, with brick base, glazed side lights and quarry tiled floor. A pathway leads around to the front of the property through an ornate metal gate.

Grade ll Listing
Grade ll listing is there to protect the historic significance of the building. Any change which affects the listed fabric of the building will need to be approved by your Local Authority. Routine repairs and maintenance are excluded, so long as they are in like for like - and use materials sympathetic with the building. If you want, or need to make what are described as 'Material Changes' to the Listed fabric - for example taking a wall out or removing a redundant chimney breast, you must apply for Listed Building Consent to the Local Authority. The application will be reviewed by their Conservation Officer, who will assess the application for its impact on the Listed Fabric.
Melton Borough Councils Conservation Officer is Toby Ebbs, 01664 502313 or e-mail tebbs@melton.gov.uk.

Note
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract. All services and appliances have not and will not be tested.

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