Cornflower Way, East Leake
Sold Subject to Contract

5 beds | 2 baths | 3 receptions | £519,000


A brilliant opportunity to purchase an executive home which because of its status as a previous showhome comes with all the finishings within down to the napkin rings on the dining room table! Other upgrades include sound system with speakers within the ceilings of various rooms controlled from the hall and decor and murals to the bedrooms along with all the bedroom furniture is included in the price. The David Wilson 'Henley' design is only one of three on the site and therefore particularly scarce. Externally the gardens have been landscaped whilst the parking facility is at least four saloon vehicles and could be six depending on the size of the car along side a double garage. The full layout in brief comprises of hall, wc, lounge, separate dining room, feature living dining kitchen, separate utility room, five first floor bedrooms two en-suite and a stylish four piece family bathroom. This is the showhome and therefore comes with the upgraded units within the kitchen, floorcoverings etc. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate not just the property but the fittings and furnishings within.

Front entrance door with double glazed obscure glass panel which affords natural lighting and access to the hall.

The hall gives the first indication of the grandeur that exists throughout the property of what is a comprehensive and expansive executive home. The hall itself has an inset mat and large size floor tiles in a tonal colour contrasting with the white walls and woodwork whilst the brushed metal light switches and electrical sockets provide a contemporary theme. A cupboard discreetly houses the modern electric circuit breaker and within here is also a central control for any sound system that is linked up to the various rooms having speakers in the ceiling. Double doors lead from the hall into the lounge.

LOUNGE 7.24m x 3.66m (23'9 x 12')
The lounge is not only long but broad in its extent and initially there is a front elevation double glazed bay window with modern radiator beneath having temperature control. To the rear of the room there are a pair of patio doors with fixed panels adjacent and opening lights above these and views to the garden. There is a generous provision of brushed metal electrical sockets then a bank of connections towards the window for positioning of the television.

DINING ROOM 4.47m x 3.20m (14'8 x 10'6)
Again impressive in its size the dining room is open to interpretation with regards to its use and could easily be a family room or music room if required having a front elevation double glazed window and side elevation double glazed window making for a light and airy space. Smart neutral wall decoration with a contrasting feature wall to the end gable. Four recessed LED lights illuminate for more subtle conditions then the central chandelier has further impact.

LIVING BREAKFAST KITCHEN 6.55m x 5.31m max (21'6 x 17'5 max)
The living breakfast kitchen is a particular feature of this Henley design as it can be informal throughout the week and change its status for entertaining. Split into distinct sections, to the kitchen area there is a horseshoe shape work surface which provides a central island with breakfast bar and sink unit. A five ring gas 'AEG' hob with a stainless steel electric hood above and separate double oven and grill adjacent. There is an integrated fridge freezer, wine cooler, dishwasher and then the attractive storage cupboard units with brushed metal handles. The tiling design from the hallway continues through. To the dining section there is a side elevation box bay with double doors out to the garden, rear elevation double glazed window. To the living section there is a further side elevation double glazed bay window making for a light and airy space. Recessed LED lights illuminate, ceiling mounted speakers and then internal door through to the utility room.

UTILITY ROOM 2.39m x 2.18m (7'10 x 7'2)
The utility room has a continuation of the storage units, one of them discreetly housing the 'Ideal' gas central heating boiler. A second stainless steel sink unit, elevated AEG washing machine and further double base and eye level cupboards for storage. The splash backs are coloured, a rear access door with double glazed panel and four recess LED lights illuminate.

The wc has a matching tiled floor to that of the hall. A pedestal wash hand basin with 'Grohe' mixer tap over and a low level wc with dual flush capability both having tiled splash backs, radiator with temperature control. Two recessed LED lights and ceiling mounted extractor fan. Wallpaper with French wine label design.

Stairs lead from the hall to the first floor landing with a centrally mounted speaker for the sound system, brushed metal double electrical socket. A cupboard housing the pressurised hot water system.

BEDROOM ONE 6.40m x 4.42m (21' x 14'6)
The master bedroom is befitting of an executive home spanning some 21' in length and incorporating a dressing area with triple wardrobe which has three sliding doors and rail and shelving within. There is both North and South glazed windows with radiators beneath both. Smart wall decoration, five recess LED lights, ceiling mounted speaker.

The en-suite comprises of a three piece suite consisting of shower cubicle having mains shower over, pedestal wash basin with 'Grohe' mixer tap over and low level wc benefiting from dual flush capability. Polished metal centrally heated towel rail, three recessed LED lights, side elevation obscure glass double glazed window and dual voltage electric shaver point.

BEDROOM TWO 4.22m x 3.33m (13'10 x 10'11)
The well proportioned second bedroom is also en-suite and situated above the dining room. With a dual aspect having both front and side elevation double glazed windows, built in wardrobes comprise of two double and one single with rails and shelving.

The en-suite benefits from a double shower cubicle with mains shower over, pedestal wash hand basin with 'Grohe' mixer tap, 'Sottini' sanitary ware, low level wc with dual flush capability all with tiled splash backs. Polished metal ladder design centrally heated towel rail, ceiling mounted extractor, three recessed LED lights and side elevation obscure glass double glazed window.

BEDROOM THREE 3.71m x 2.95m (12'2 x 9'8)
Importantly the second measurement is taken to the front of the wardrobe which comprises of two double units with rails and shelving within and mirrored doors. Rear elevation double glazed window with a view over the landscaped garden, radiator with temperature control and a mural depicting a bi-plane.

BEDROOM FOUR 3.43m x 2.64m (11'3 x 8'8)
The fourth double bedroom also has built in wardrobes comprising of two double and one single. A mural depicting a historic scene with elephants. Front elevation double glazed window with radiator beneath with temperature control.

BEDROOM FIVE 2.82m x 2.36m (9'3 x 7'9)
The fifth bedroom has a front elevation double glazed window with radiator adjacent having temperature control. Feature wallpapered wall having a paint brush design.

The family bathroom has four elements having a double shower cubicle with mains shower over, bath having side mounted mixer tap, pedestal wash hand basin and low level wc with dual flush capability. Full tiling to walls, five recess LED lights illuminate and the shower cubicle has a combination of angle poised rain head shower and hand held shower fitment.

A paved path leads to the front entrance door having tree barked area beneath the lounge bay window and lawn to the bay of the dining room. To the left hand elevation the tarmac driveway provides off road car parking for four or maybe more smaller cars and these lead up to the detached double garage with twin up and over doors and a pitched roof.

To the rear the landscaped garden initially has a patio area which links up between the patio doors of the lounge and living kitchen diner. A central coloured stone path bisects two areas of lawn whereby the garden is enclosed by timber fencing and brick walling. Borders have been planted and are stocked.

From East Leake village centre proceed along the Main Street towards Costock, go past Castle Hill on the right and the next turning on the right is Cornflower Way. The property is situated on the right hand side as identified by the '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. Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band F or G (TBC)

We endeavour to make our sales particulars accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer or any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. All measurements have been taken as a guide to prospective buyers only, and are not precise. If you require clarification or further information on any points, please contact us, especially if you are travelling some distance to view. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the seller by separate negotiation.

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