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The Pippins, Main Street, Mowsley, Lutterworth, Leicestershire

Offers in the Region of £675,000 Sale Agreed


***Unexpectedly back to market and priced for a quick sale*** Beautiful family home renovated and extended over the years

  • • Kitchen with solid wood units and worktop and double Belfast sink
  • • Dining room with exposed beams
  • • Cozy snug with multi-fuel burner
  • • Good size sitting room with multi-fuel burner
  • • Separate utility and wc to include shower cubicle
  • • Master bedroom with built in wardrobes and patio doors to decked balcony
  • • Master ensuite to include underfloor heating, rainfall shower, sink with waterfall tap
  • • Good-size double bedroom with Juliet balcony
  • • Two further double bedrooms and a smaller room ideal for a study or single bedroom
  • • Two well-appointed family bathrooms with Travertine tiles
  • • Roomy garden with wildflower section, lawn and a selection of fruit trees to include cherry, plumb, apple and pear



Situation
Mowsley is a charming village situated in South Leicestershire surrounded by lovely rolling countryside. The village is within easy reach of the M1, M6 and A14. The village itself has a popular public house, The Staff of Life and a church. There are an abundance of bridle paths locally along with riding stables. Nearby Market Harborough (6 miles) hosts a variety of amenities including a theatre, leisure centre, supermarkets and a Midland Mainline train link to London (St Pancras) taking approximately 1 hour.
More locally, Kibworth Beauchamp (approx 3 miles) offers a range of everyday facilities including schooling, post office and a doctor's surgery.


Description
The Pippins is a charming t shaped, white rendered period property with slate roof, parts dating back to approx. 1750's. It has been tastefully renovated and extended in 2012 to create ample accommodation for all the family, without impacting on the goodsized garden with its countryside views.


Accommodation
The front door opens into a boot room with tiled floor, leading into the oldest part of the house, with its abundance of character, dating back to 1750's. A spacious room divided by a chimney creating two separate rooms; a nice, cozy snug/sitting room and formal dining room. The snug has a multi fuel burner and is ideal for a teenager den/cinema room. The dining room is a light and airy room with feature chimney breast and stairs to the first floor.

Past the dining room we enter the utility. Well equipped with a selection of solid wooden cupboards, larder unit, solid wood worktop and Belfast sink. There's also space for washing machine and a tumble dryer. A further hallway allows access into the family kitchen, the sitting room, and the second staircase to the first floor.

The kitchen is a light and airy room with its seven windows, it has a tiled floor, good range of solid wood handmade units, solid wood worktop, a larder unit, Elan range cooker, space for a breakfast table, freestanding chopping block and American fridge freezer. A stable door leads out to the garden.

The main sitting room, built in 2012, is again a very light and airy room, of a good-size, with multi fuel burner and full wall of bi-fold doors leading to the patio, making for an ideal entertaining space for those summer BBQ's. Due to it's close proximity to the kitchen it also makes for an ideal playroom for younger children.

Upstairs there is a master bedroom with built in wardrobes, exposed brick wall, stained glass window and fully glazed wall with patio doors to a decked balcony where the countryside views can be enjoyed. There is also a well appointed ensuite bathroom with travertine tiles and underfloor heating. A guest bedroom with Juliet balcony, two further double bedrooms and a single bedroom/study. There are also two-family bathrooms, both well-appointed with bath, shower attachment and Travertine tiles throughout.

There is a selection of fitted cupboards for all your storage needs.

A special feature of this home is the two separate staircases which allows the adjoining bedrooms to be closed off and accessed from one side or opened to allow access through from one side of the house to the other. This offers flexibilty of living and if needed, privacy for those growing teenagers.


Grounds and gardens
The house and parking are accessed via a wooden 5 bar gate, offering much privacy and allowing the main part of the house to be set back nicely from the road. There is parking for approximately 3 cars. Although there is currently no garage in place, there is some historic footings laid beneath a beautiful flower bed, thus giving you some flexibiltiy should you wish to build a garage. The main family garden is a particular feature of the property and is laid mainly to lawn with well-established shrubs, herbaceous perennials and fruit trees such as cherry, plumb, apple and pear. There is a patio that runs the length of the property which is ideal for barbecues and outdoor entertaining and a stunning flower garden section. An impressive weeping birch and two sheds ideal for storing garden tools. Behind the garden lies council farmland, a site of a medievil manor house, giving you unrestricted views of the countryside.

The period part of the home has been rewired, damp proofed, reroofed including timbers and slate and rerendered within the last 10 years.

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