Beautifully presented semi-detached cottage
Grounds extending to circa 1/3 of an acre with unspoilt views
Gated driveway with space to store a motorhome/caravan
Four good-sized bedrooms and two bathrooms
Three reception rooms and an open-plan kitchen
Sun-filled gardens and several useful outbuildings
Rural location with excellent access to Nottingham and Derby
EPC Rating: D
Council Tax Band: C
The main house features modern and beautifully presented living space that spans approximately 1,700 square feet. The property is equipped with oil-fired central heating and uPVC double glazing throughout.
The living accommodation is laid across two floors and comprises an enclosed porch, reception hall, snug, formal sitting room, and a conservatory. The sitting room and conservatory both offer direct access to the garden. The heart of this stunning village home is the open-plan kitchen/diner, with an additional utility room/w.c to the rear. The kitchen is fitted in a contemporary shaker style.
There are four good-sized bedrooms upstairs from a generous landing, along with a modern family bathroom. The principal bedroom suite features a Juliet balcony to the rear with exceptional views of the gardens and countryside beyond, as well as a good-sized en-suite shower room.
Gardens and Grounds
The property occupies a rural location on the edge of the pretty village of Kingston on Soar and is set back from the road behind a gravel driveway. A further gated driveway to the right-hand side is ideal for storing a motorhome, caravan or similar. The plot extends to an impressive 1/3 of an acre both to the right of and behind the main house. There are superb unspoilt countryside views surrounding the property.
There are several useful outbuildings outside, including a brick-built boiler room attached to the main house, a timber-built garden room, a gym/games room, and a large workshop/store. The grounds are particularly noteworthy, having been lovingly landscaped by the current owners. Expect to find beautiful sun-filled gardens, open views, mature and well-stocked borders and beds, a working vegetable patch, and ample parking from two separate driveways, one of which is gated.
EPC Rating: D. Council Tax Band: C
Local Authority: Rushcliffe Borough Council.
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