4 Bed Detached house For Sale

Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
OIRO £950,000
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
Main Street Queniborough Leicestershire
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Description

  • DETACHED FAMILY HOME

  • ANNEX WITH KITCHEN AREA AND SHOWER ROOM

  • 3 RECEPTION ROOMS AND BREAKFAST KITCHEN

  • 4 GOOD SIZED BEDROOMS

  • BATHROOM AND ENSUITE

  • TANDEM GARAGE AND WORKSHOP

  • APPROX 0.5 ACRE GARDENS

  • SWIMMING POOL

  • VILLAGE LOCATION WITH EXCELLENT ROAD AND RAIL LINKS

SUMMARY

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Thought to date back to 1620 and extended in 1680, The Rest on Main Street sits in the very heart of the popular North Leicestershire village of Queniborough in the Charnwood district of the County.
Boasting approximately 220m2 of internal floorspace over 2 floors and sitting on a beautifully landscaped plot of approx. 0.5 an acre with paddocks beyond, this stunning grade II listed cottage would make a superb home for a growing family looking for something a little quirky and unusual.
Listed in 1966 for its historical significance, 80 Main Street benefits from majority double glazing and gas fired central heating; has a tandem garage to the side with a workshop behind and ample space between the garage and the house for the parking of several vehicles, a caravan or a motor home etc.

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Well-stocked mature gardens are extremely private with a heated swimming pool and pool house having solar panels on the roof.
Sitting behind a small frontage, the accommodation is entered through a timber front door and briefly comprises: An entrance hall, a dining room, a walk in larder/utility, a spacious kitchen, an annex/snug with a kitchen area and a shower room, a lounge, a family room and a lobby with downstairs wc off. Upstairs there is a very spacious landing with doors off to the 4 bedrooms, the master having an en-suite bathroom and a family/guest bathroom.

THE ACCOMMODATION

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Located in the heart of the village with all of the amenities just a short walk away, No 80 Main Street is one of the properties that make this desirable North Leicestershire Village so charming and sought-after. Dating back to 1620 and Listed in 1966 for its historical significance this superb property will make a perfect home for a larger family wanting something a little different.
Convenient for Leicester and Nottingham, having day to day amenities in nearby Syston and Melton Mowbray and having great transport links by road or rail with the A46 providing access to the motorway network and a choice of local railway stations.

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Once inside, the house seems larger than it first appears and is entered through a timber door into the entrance hall.
To the right of the hall and with a window overlooking the front, there is a formal dining room with ample space for a large family dining table.
Beyond the dining room, after a large walk-in larder/utility room lies the breakfast kitchen with built in base and wall units, space for appliances and windows overlooking the garden and a door onto the patio.
A door leads from the kitchen into a superb annex/snug. This room would make an ideal annex for an elderly relative or a teenager with a small kitchen area, an en-suite shower room. French doors provide views of the garden and access to the patio.

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A door leads off the hallway to the left into the lounge/sitting room with windows facing front and rear and a feature brick fireplace. Another door leads into an inner hallway with a staircase rising to the first floor, an onwards into a second sitting room/family room which again enjoys windows that overlook both the back and front.
Off the family room, there is a small lobby leading into a down stairs wc comprising a toilet and wash hand basin with space to add a shower cubicle if required.

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Upstairs there is a large landing with space for a seating or a study area. With all of the character you would expect, doors off the landing provide access to the first floor rooms.
The master bedroom is a spacious room with a range of fitted furniture, a window overlooking the front and an en-suite off comprising twin sinks and a bath with a shower attachment on the taps.

Bedroom 2 is another spacious room used by the current owner as an office but having ample space for a large bed and bedroom furniture.

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The third bedroom forms part of a suite comprising a re-fitted bathroom witch includes a claw foot stand alone bath, a sink and a separate walk-in shower enclosure.
There is a large walk-in cupboard/dressing room and a double bedroom with a window overlooking the patio, off the bathroom.
Bedroom 4, a small double bedroom with a window overlooking the front completes the first floor accommodation.

OUTSIDE

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The property dating back to circa 1620 is set back from the road behind a deep grass verge and a pavement.
The gardens are a very important feature of the property measuring approx. 0.5 of an acre or thereabouts in total with a small front garden extending the width of the plot. Timber gates provide access to a hard standing area between the house and the garage which would be ideal for a camper van or caravan. This area runs into the patio area across the back of the house with a gardener’s area and the Heated outdoor swimming pool.
The rear garden is very private, beautifully designed and separated into different zones, each having shaped lawns with extremely well-stocked mature borders, established shrubs and specimen trees.
The bottom section of the garden is separated from the rest by a mature hedge is entered through a wrought iron gate and has views of the paddocks beyond.

THE AREA

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Queniborough is a truly charming and highly desirable North Leicestershire village in the Charnwood district of the county. Despite its increase in size and population over recent years, it has retained the feel of a small semi-rural community.
Built around a traditional village Main Street with a charming mix of properties , many of them ivy clad or having thatched roofs and dating between the 16th and 20th centuries, Queniborough benefits from a highly regarded primary school, a post office and general store, a newsagent, hairdressing salon and a traditional butcher.

There are 2 well-regarded pubs sitting side by side on Main Street, both well known locally for their atmosphere, cuisine and selection of ales.
Dating back in part to the 13th century and thought to have one of the finest spires in the county, St. Mary's parish church sits on the eastern fringe of the village. Day to day amenities, secondary schooling and leisure facilities can be found in the neighbouring town of Syston.

Queniborough remains popular today with both local buyers and those relocating from further afield due in part to the ease of access to Leicester, Nottingham, Melton Mowbray and Loughborough. The local railway station that allows travel to London St. Pancras in approx. 90 mins and the nearby A46 which allows access to the motorway network.

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