DETACHED FAMILY HOME
LARGE ENTRANCE HALL
2 RECEPTION ROOMS
EXTENDED DINING KITCHEN
4 SPACIOUS BEDROOMS
BEAUTIFULLY RE-FITTED BATHROOM
DESIRABLE TREE-LINED STREET
EXCELLENT ROAD AND RAIL LINKS
CONVENIENT FOR SCHOOLS AND LOCAL AMENITIES
Conveniently located on one of Syston’s most desirable tree-lined streets within easy access of the town centre and all of its amenities. Close to local schools and within walking distance of the Railway station which is 10 minutes from Leicester City Centre and approx. 90 minutes from London St.Pancras.
Standing behind a brick boundary wall with a forecourt style front garden, 52 Broad Street is a handsome, deceptively spacious, extended family home which briefly comprises:
An arched recessed porch leading into the a larger than average entrance hall with a staircase rising to the first floor and doors to the ground floor rooms. The lounge with an open fireplace and bay window to the front, a second reception room/family room with an open fireplace, a window to the side and a door into the utility room with ground floor wc off and a door into the garden.
An extended, refitted dining kitchen with a window to the rear and French doors to the side.
Upstairs there are 4 double bedrooms and a beautifully re-fitted bathroom with free-standing bath and walk-in shower enclosure. The good sized rear garden has been landscaped with a patio and lawn, and well-stocked borders.
Skilfully extended and beautifully presented, 52 Broad Street has been lovingly and sympathetically renovated by the current owner and retains many of its period features.
Benefiting from part upvc double glazing and gas central heating, the property is entered through a timber front door set back in an arched, recessed porch. The impressively spacious entrance hall has a herringbone patterned tiled floor, stripped pine doors and a dog-leg staircase with storage under, rising to the first floor.
The front lounge has a polished wood floor, a feature fireplace with an open grate and a restored sash bay window to the front.
Formerly used as a kitchen the second reception room/family room has an open fireplace, a window to the side, a walk-in closet and a door into the fitted utility room having a range of base units under butchers block style worktops, space for white goods, a window and a door providing views of the garden and access onto the patio. A further door leads into the ground floor wc comprising a toilet and wash hand basin.
The dining kitchen is a particularly attractive feature of the property. Measuring an enviable 24ft in length, the tiled floor has the benefit of underfloor heating and the kitchen section has been fitted with a range of modern shaker style base and wall units with butchers block worktops and a Belfast sink. Separated from the kitchen area by a breakfast bar, the dining area has a sloping roof with velux skylights, ample space for a family sized dining table, a large double glazed window overlooking the garden and French doors onto the patio.
On the first floor, a spacious landing provides access to the upstairs rooms. All four bedrooms, with two facing the front and two overlooking the rear and having sash windows, are large enough for a double bed and bedroom 1 having a range of fitted wardrobes.
The large family bathroom has been beautifully refitted and comprises a freestanding bath, toilet sink and a large walk-in shower enclosure..
Broad Street is a leafy, tree-lined road with a mix of housing and enjoying easy access to the town centre amenities and lies within walking distance of local schools and the Mainline Railway station making it an ideal location for commuters.
No 52 sits behind a feature brick wall with a forecourt style front garden having a cobbled path leading to the front door, and mature shrubs to the side.
A timber gate provides pedestrian access to the rear. The rear garden has been pleasantly landscaped with a patio area having two brick built storage sheds, a shaped lawn with further seating area to the bottom of the garden and extremely mature well-stocked borders with shrubs and trees providing a high degree of privacy.
Syston is a North East Leicestershire town in the Borough of Charnwood approximately 5 miles north of Leicester city centre. Earliest records dating back more than 1000 years show a settlement where modern day Syston sits named Sitestone, straddling the old roman road known as Fosse Way.
The towns oldest building is thought to be the ancient Parish Church of St Peters and St Pauls dating back in part to the 13th Century. The town centre has a good selection of shops, supermarkets, pubs and eateries and local schools include Merton Primary and Wreake Valley Academy. There are a number of industrial sites on the outskirts of the town and a number of residential developments have spread out towards the neighbouring villages over the years.
The A46 Leicester Western by-pass opened in 2006 taking traffic around the town and providing easy access to the motorway network and around the county.
Syston remains very popular today with local buyers and those from further afield due in part to the good mix of housing stock, the established town centre, the proximity of schooling in both state and private sectors, easy access to the motorways and the Mainline railway station which allows travel to London St.Pancras in approx.. 90 minutes.