An intriguing period property of generous proportions set within a sought after village.
An intriguing period property of generous proportions set within this sought after village with easy access to all commuter routes, together with adjoining land extending to approximately 2.87 acres (1.16 ha) with a table block and manege.
This property offers a lifestyle opportunity for someone wishing to enjoy the rural life.
The accommodation would benefit from some modernisation but is of unique design and deceptively spacious throughout, therefore, offering great scope for improvement.
Panelled Entrance Door
With radiator, Pine cladding to one wall and stairs off to first floor.
18' 0'' x 15' 5'' (5.48m x 4.70m)
Exposed brick chimney breast with inset cast iron multi-fuel stove set on a quarry hearth, two radiators and electric heater, windows to side and rear.
19' 3'' x 9' 11'' (5.86m x 3.02m)
Having exposed beams to ceiling, radiator, electric heater and walk in store cupboard.
15' 3'' x 14' 8'' (4.64m x 4.47m)
Having a range of wall drawer and base units, exposed beams to ceiling, dual stainless steel sink and mixer tap with adjacent work surfaces. Built-in oven and grill. Tiling to floor, door to rear porch with further door to the front aspect, internal door to pantry.
With stainless steel sink with adjacent work surface.
With shelving, stone thrawl and tiled floor.
Split level landing with roof lights, airing cupboard and wall lights.
12' 2'' x 11' 9'' (3.71m x 3.58m)
With window to rear.
18' 7'' x 15' 8'' (5.66m x 4.77m)
With twin aspects.
18' 0'' x 16' 3'' (5.48m x 4.95m)
With radiator and window.
19' 5'' x 9' 11'' (5.91m x 3.02m)
With four piece suite in blue comprising bath, W.C., bidet and basin and radiator.
With three piece suite in grey comprising bath, W.C. and wash hand basin with tiled surrounds.
The main frontage of the property is accessed off Brook Lane with gated access to a driveway providing car standing for a number of vehicles. Adjacent is the main garden area which is mainly laid to lawn with fence and hedge boundary.
To the west side of the property, there is a courtyard area accessed from Dish Lane providing further car standing space, ample room for a horsebox, and access to the paddock.
From the courtyard area, there is access to the side porch together with a brick store shed, tack room and garage.
15' 7'' x 7' 10'' (4.75m x 2.39m)
15' 7'' x 7' 11'' (4.75m x 2.41m)
From the courtyard there is gated access to the paddock.
The paddock extends to approximately 2.87 acres (1.162 ha) and lies to the south west of the property. There is a timber stable block and hay barn at the entrance to the land in the north west corner which overlooks the fairly level pasture which is contained in a single enclosure by fence and hedge boundaries. The paddock also has a mains water supply.
Comprising three loose boxes (approximately 14' x 12' each).
With chipped rubber surface and flood lighting. There is also a separate timber field shelter
The property has mains water, electricity and drainage.
Rights of Way, Wayleaves and Easements
There is a right of way over a shared driveway giving access to the rear of the property from Brook Lane. There is also a right of way over the first part of the courtyard lying to the south of the property and giving access to an exclusive area of the courtyard belonging to the property.
Tenure and Possession
The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion.
South Derbyshire District Council, Civic Offices, Civic Way, Swadlincote, DE11 0AH Tel: 01283 595795
The property is believed to be within Council Tax band 'E'.
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