Church Street
Church Gresley, Swadlincote, DE11

£549,950
423
sally whetton
Swadlincote Office
Sally Whetton
  • 49 High Street,
    Swadlincote, DE11 8JA
  • Sales and Lettings: 01283 217772
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Features

  • Superb Opportunity!
  • Historic Former Public House
  • Substantial Property (3300+sq ft)
  • Four Double Bedrooms
  • Four Receptions
  • Double Garage/Workshop
  • Large Plot
  • Plenty of Parking
  • Vieiwing Essential
  • Energy Rating: D

Description

Tenure: Freehold

Superb Opportunity! William House - formerly The William IV public house - offers a spacious 3300 sq ft of accommodation on a substantial plot, with scope to develop the existing property further. The original building, believed to date back to the 17th century, has subsequently been extended and includes original features throughout. The property has four reception rooms, a breakfast kitchen with utility, a dry cellar, four double bedrooms, an en-suite to the master and a four piece family bathroom. Located in the heart of Church Gresley, the property occupies a large plot with plenty of parking, a double garage / workshop and large patio and lawn. VIEWING IS ESSENTIAL - CALL NEWTON FALLOWELL - 01283 217772

Location

Situated in the heart of the historic village of Church Gresley (the settlement is recorded in the Domesday Book) in a popular non-estate position, with excellent access to local amenities. The main town of Swadlincote is a short car journey away, as are the numerous activities and walks on offer in the National Forest.

Room Sizes

Lounge

3.68 x 7.85 (12'0" x 25'9")

Study

3.64 x 2.95 (11'11" x 9'8")

Kitchen/Diner

3.10 x 5.68 (10'2" x 18'7")

Utility Area

1.60 x 2.73 (5'2" x 8'11")

Garden Room

2.16 x 2.25 (7'1" x 7'4")

Snug

5.35 x 3.92 (17'6" x 12'10")

Dining Room

5.35 x 8.25 max (17'6" x 27'0" max)

Basement

7.22 x 5.4 max (23'8" x 17'8" max)

Master Bedroom

5.74 x 3.81 (18'9" x 12'5")

Bedroom Two

5.01 x 2.96 (16'5" x 9'8")

Bedroom Three

3.68 x 4.07 (12'0" x 13'4")

Bedroom Four

3.67 x 3.35 (12'0" x 10'11")

Double Garage/Workshop

8.22 x 6.84 max (26'11" x 22'5" max)

Overview

The main entrance to the current dwelling is located to the front, with canopied storm porch covering access to a door that opens to the entrance hallway with the ground floor accommodation leading off. First there's the lounge, with a beamed ceiling, log burner with slate tiled fireplace and a feature slate wall. Across the hall is the study, with a window to the front, beamed ceiling and fireplace. Along the hall there are stairs to the first floor, a door leading to the cellar, a cloakroom and doors to the remaining ground floor rooms. The kitchen has beamed ceiling, along with a good range of wall and base units, a built in gas hob and electric oven, appliance spaces and a breakfast bar. There's an open pantry off the kitchen and door leading into the garden room/ utility area, which overlooks the rear garden and has French doors to the patio. Further along the hall is the final reception area, with a snug to the front with a large Inglenook fireplace with burner. The snug opens up to a large reception/dining room with patio doors to the rear and a guest cloakroom.

Overview First Floor

To the first floor, the master bedroom is a large double with built in wardrobes and an en suite shower room. Bedroom two is also a good sized double, located to the front. Bedrooms three and four are also generous doubles, with side windows. The bathroom completes the accommodation and has a spa bath, mains shower, wash basin, WC and bidet. A loft access in bedroom two also provides access to a good sized loft space with potential to convert into further bedrooms.

Outside

The property occupies a generous plot with plenty of parking to the front and side, leading to a detached, double garage/workshop. There's also a large patio area and lawn with fruit trees and vegetable garden.

Agents Note

The property was once the William IV public house and it is believed there was originally a farm on the site (circa 1700) which later became a coaching house. It ceased to trade as a pub almost 50 years ago, during which time it has undergone significant renovation including the addition of a large extension.

Points to Note

SERVICES: Water, mains gas and electricity are connected. 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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