Est. Mortgage £1,245 per month
* PRETTY PERIOD COTTAGE * IN EXCESS OF 1,200 SQ FT * THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS * THREE ENSUITES * TWO MAIN RECEPTIONS * OPEN PLAN DINING KITCHEN * SYMPATHETICALLY MODERNISED THROUGHOUT * GOOD LEVEL OF CHARACTER & FEATURES * LOW MAINTENANCE ENCLOSED WESTERLY FACING REAR GARDEN * HEART OF VILLAGE LOCATION *
We have pleasure in offering to the market this charming period cottage located at the heart of this highly regarded and much sought after edge of Vale village, occupying a manageable low maintenance plot benefitting from a south to westerly aspect and likely to appeal to a wide audience whether it be single or professional couples, young families making use of the excellent local school, and also those downsizing from larger dwellings looking for an interesting period home within a delightful village setting.
Over recent years the property has seen a general programme of sympathetic modernisation and refurbishment including replacement period style multipane windows, which with it mellow brick elevations and pantiled roof creates an attractive facade set back behind a pretty wrought iron railing forecourt.
Internally the property offers just in excess of 1,200 sq ft of accommodation with two main receptions, open plan dining kitchen, ground floor cloaks and to the first floor are three double bedrooms all with ensuite facilities. The property offers a good degree of character, with fireplaces to both the living and dining room, exposed beams and attractive flooring all complemented by more modern fixtures and fittings with contemporary kitchen and bathrooms.
In addition the property benefits from gas central heating as well as relatively neutral decoration throughout, occupying a central location with railing forecourt frontage and to the rear is an enclosed garden landscaped for low maintenance living.
Overall viewing comes highly recommended to appreciate both the location and accommodation on offer.
The Conservation village of Orston has a highly regarded primary school, public house and riding school/livery yard and is located just off the A52 between the market town of Bingham and the village of Bottesford where there are further amenities including secondary schooling, shops and restaurants, doctors and dentists. The village is convenient for the A52 and A46 providing good access to the cities of Nottingham and Leicester. There is a railway station just outside the village linking to Grantham and Nottingham and from Grantham there is a high speed train to King's Cross in just over an hour.
A TIMBER ENTRANCE DOOR WITH ATTRACTIVE DOUBLE GLAZED LIGHT ABOVE LEADS THROUGH INTO THE INITIAL;
Entrance Hall - 3.56m x 1.73m (11'8 x 5'8) - Having attractive oak wood flooring, central heating radiator.
Further doors leading to;
Sitting Room - 3.51m x 2.46m (11'6 x 8'1) - A pleasant reception having aspect to the front, focal point of the room being chimney breast with attractive period fire surround and mantle, flagged hearth, grate and exposed brick back, oak wood flooring, central heating radiator, under stairs storage cupboard, sash window to the front.
Ground Floor Cloaks - 1.40m x 0.91m (4'7 x 3'0) - Having a two piece suite comprising of close coupled WC, wall mounted wash basin with chrome taps.
FROM THE MAIN ENTRANCE HALL AN OPEN DOORWAY LEADS THROUGH INTO AN;
Inner Hallway - Having staircase rising to the first floor.
Further door leading through into the;
Snug - 4.78m x 3.81m (15'8 x 12'6) - A pleasant reception that links through into the kitchen, focal point of the room being an attractive period fireplace with tiled hearth, inset gas flame coal effect fire with feature surround and mantle, alcove to the side, exposed beams, oak wood flooring, window to the side.
A further glazed internal door leads through into the;
Dining Kitchen - 4.11m x 3.73m (13'6 x 12'3) - A well proportioned space having aspect and access out into the rear garden, currently fitted with a range of cream fronted shaker style wall, base and drawer units, three quarter height larder unit which also houses the Worcester Bosch gas central heating boiler, alcove with plumbing for washing machine, L-shape configuration of work surfaces, inset stainless steel sink and drainer unit with chrome mixer tap, integrated appliances include four ring electric hob with hood over, single oven, dishwasher, space for further free standing appliances, oak wood flooring.
Dining Area - Having central heating radiator, double glazed French doors and additional single door out into the rear garden.
RETURNING TO THE INNER HALLWAY, A STAIRCASE RISES TO THE;
First Floor Landing - Further doors leading to;
Bedroom 1 - 4.93m max into alcove x 3.58m (16'2 max into alcov - A well proportioned double bedroom having aspect to the front, two sash windows, two central heating radiators, useful alcove, inset downlighters to the ceiling.
Further door leading to;
Ensuite Shower Room - 2.95m into enclosure x 0.81m (9'8 into enclosure x - Having a modern suite comprising of shower enclosure with bi-fold screen, electric shower, close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, contemporary towel radiator, inset downlighters to the ceiling.
Bedroom 2 - 3.78m x 3.68m max (12'5 x 12'1 max) - A double bedroom benefitting from ensuite facilities, having access to loft space, central heating radiator, sash window to the side.
Further door leading to;
Ensuite Bathroom - 1.85m x 1.68m (6'1 x 5'6) - Having a three piece modern white suite comprising of P-shape shower bath with curved glass screen, wall mounted shower mixer, close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, chrome contemporary towel radiator, conservation skylight to the ceiling.
Bedroom 3 - 3.76m x 2.18m (12'4 x 7'2) - Again having ensuite facilities and aspect to the rear, central heating radiator, double glazed window.
A further door leads through into the;
Ensuite Bathroom - 1.85m x 1.68m (6'1 x 5'6) - Having P-shaped shower bath with curved glass screen, wall mounted shower mixer, close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, chrome contemporary towel radiator, double glazed window to the rear.
Exterior - The property occupies a wonderful heart of the village location on a manageable low maintenance plot, with attractive wrought iron railing frontage, low dwarf wall, and courtesy gate giving access onto a small forecourt and in turn to the front door. A shared pedestrian access to the side leads to a courtesy gate and in turn to the;
Rear Garden - Enclosed and landscaped for low maintenance living with artificial lawn, gravelled terrace linking back into the dining area of the kitchen making an excellent outdoor entertaining space and also benefits from a southerly aspect.
Note - Please note that parking is on street and external pedestrian access to the rear garden is via a right of way over adjacent property's driveway.
Council Tax Band - Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band B
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