The Old Post Office, Church Street, Seagrave, Loughborough

3 beds | 1 baths | 2 receptions | £290,000


  • UNIQUE CHARACTER PROPERTY
  • FORMER VILLAGE SHOP
  • HERITAGE STYLE FEATURES
  • THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
  • TWO RECEPTION ROOMS
  • DINING KITCHEN WITH RAYBURN OVEN
  • ROARING LOG BURNER IN LOUNGE
  • BEAUTIFUL VILLAGE LOCATION
  • A46 COMMUTER ACCESS NEARBY
  • EPC RATING E36

A truly unique property steeped in history having been the village shop for over one hundred years and now a charming generous home enjoying retained character features and a large dining kitchen with a country Rayburn oven. Nestled in the heart of this highly convenient village with views of the local church and swift access to excellent transport links including the A46. The accommodation offers a mixture of original heritage style windows and uPVC double glazing, character stripped pine doors throughout and gas central heating. The home comprises of a 22' lounge with roaring log burner, separate sitting room with open fireplace, 'L' shaped dining kitchen with a vaulted ceiling and doors out in to the garden, utility room, cellar, three double bedrooms and bathroom. To the outside there is a pleasant private courtyard style garden featuring ornamental lawn and pond, surrounding borders, shrubs and flowers, a paved patio taking in full views of the church.

KEY FEATURES TO THIS PROPERTY
Council Tax - Charnwood Borough Council band C 2018 £1.501.77
Boiler - Gas Central Heating, powered by the Rayburn oven serviced 2018/19
Loft Insulation - Yes
Cavity Wall Insulation - Yes to rear extension only
Garden - Orientation south
Boundary Ownership - We understand the left hand fence and rear fence looking out into the garden belong to the property
Likely School Catchment - Seagrave has its own Primary School, Humphrey Perkins secondary in Barrow Upon Soar, Rawlins Secondary in Quorn, private fee paying school, Ratclifffe college

ACCOMMODATION
Original timber panelled single glazed front entrance door leading to the lounge.

LOUNGE 6.78m x 3.53m (22'3 x 11'7)
Seeped in history and forming part of the original Seagrave village shop with three timber framed single glazed windows and a secondary original timber framed coloured glazed corner entrance door (not in use) a particular feature. The room enjoys a cast iron log burner upon a flagstone tiled hearth, one half of the room has exposed brick and exposed brick floor, the other with exposed wooden floorboards. High reach ceiling with high level cupboard housing the electricity consumer unit. Heritage style radiator and doorway through to an inner lobby.

INNER LOBBY
With original stripped pine door having cellar access, doorway to the utility room and original stripped pine door leading to the sitting room.

SITTING ROOM 3.56m x 3.51m (11'8 x 11'6)
A central reception room centred around an attractive cast iron open feature fireplace with decorative tiled inset, quarry tiled hearth and Adam style surround. uPVC double glazed side elevation window, stripped pine door with an enclosed staircase leading to the first floor and original stripped pine door leading to the 'L' shaped dining kitchen.

L SHAPED DINING KITCHEN 6.05m max x 5.31m max narrowing to 3.05m and 2.46m
The generous kitchen features a farmhouse style with a bespoke exposed pine part fitted range of base unit cupboards and drawers, Belfast sink unit and solid wood work surfaces. Plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for an upright fridge freezer, gas fired Rayburn oven which powers the property's hot water, central heating and cooking facilities with two separate ovens and hot plate hob with a separate two ring gas hob adjacent. Decorative tiled splash backs, ceramic tiled floor, space for a dining table, matching stripped pine eye level cupboards and shelving, heritage style radiator. A partially vaulted ceiling with exposed beams to the kitchen area, timber framed single glazed window and double glazed sliding patio doors leading out into the rear garden and enjoying delightful views of the village church. Timber panelled single glazed stable side entrance door.

UTILITY ROOM
An 'L' shaped utility room with exposed brick floor, Belfast sink, cloaks hanging space and shelving and a stripped pine door to the ground floor wc.

WC
With a white low level wc, exposed brick floor and extractor fan.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Giving access to all first floor rooms.

BEDROOM ONE 3.66m x 3.53m (12' x 11'7)
A bright and airy double sized bedroom with two uPVC double glazed windows, radiator, coved ceiling, loft access with a pull down ladder. Original stripped pine entrance door.

BEDROOM TWO 3.66m x 3.51m (12' x 11'6)
A second double sized bedroom with an open cast iron fireplace, uPVC double glazed window, overstairs storage cupboard, radiator, coved ceiling and original stripped pine entrance door.

BEDROOM THREE 3.58m x 3.05m (11'9 x 10')
A third double sized bedroom with uPVC double glazed window, radiator, coved ceiling and original stripped pine entrance door.

BATHROOM
With a white three piece suite comprising panelled bath with off tap mixer shower, low level wc and pedestal wash hand basin, tiled splash backs, radiator, timber framed double glazed window and original stripped pine entrance door.

OUTSIDE
The property which was formerly Seagrave village shop is nestled in the heart of the village enjoying delightful views of the local church along with delightful country walks round the corner and swift access to excellent transport links including the A46. Situated upon the corner of Church Street and King Street, the property has a prominent frontage and enjoys a private and fully enclosed rear courtyard style garden laid to partial lawn and paved patio having areas of attractive and well stocked borders, shrubs and flowers, small ornamental pond and space for a garden shed. Car parking is situated on street either upon Church Street or King Street, the kerb has been lowered close to the rear garden so that parking may be allowed for a small vehicle.

TO FIND THE PROPERTY
Proceed into Seagrave upon Swan Street turning left onto Church Street where the property is situated on the left hand side as identified by the agents 'For Sale' board.

SERVICES, TENURE AND COUNCIL TAX
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 C

DISCLAIMER
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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