Benjamins are delighted to bring to the market 'The Gate House' a rather special detached country cottage located in one of this areas most sought-after villages. The current owners have recently improved and renovated the property to a high standard offering a beautiful period home suited equally well to family living and both professional or retirement lifestyles.
The cottage retains many character features and briefly comprises dining room, contemporary fitted dining kitchen, downstairs wc, living room, three bedrooms and modern family bathroom. Externally this home boasts a beautiful carefully maintained rear garden, rear brick paved patio seating areas and access via a shared driveway to the detached oak carport.
Wymeswold village offers a range of local amenities to include three well regarded pub restaurants and primary school and is well positioned for access to a variety of commuter routes to Leicestershire, Loughborough, Derbyshire, and Nottinghamshire whilst also benefiting from a peaceful countryside location.
A viewing is highly recommended. Contact Benjamins on 0115 9371713
Dining Room 3.84m (12' 7")max x 4.72m (15' 6")max
A light and air entrance with engineered wood flooring, glazed skylights to the side aspect. inset ceiling spotlights, radiator, useful built in under stair storage cupboard stairs to the first floor and doors to :
Dining Kitchen 4.27m (14' 0") x 3.73m (12' 3")
Recently fitted the contemporary kitchen is fitted with a good range of matching wall, base and drawer units with solid oak work surfaces and splashbacks above, Belfast style sink units with mixer taps over, space for microwave, radiator, integrated appliances to include Bosch electric oven with ceramic hob and extractor above, and Neff dishwasher, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for tumble dryer and further space for fridge freezer, engineered wood flooring, inset ceiling spotlights, and upvc double glazed French door and side panels leading to the rear garden and patio area.
Living Room 4.45m (14' 7") x 3.66m (12' 0")
Upvc double glazed window to the front aspect. Feature fireplace with raised slate hearth housing log burning stove. Exposed beamed ceiling, carpet to flooring, radiator and wall lights.
Upvc double glazed obscure glass window to the side aspect. Low level wc and inset corner wash hand basin with mixer tap and cupboard below. Inset ceiling spotlights, heated chrome towel rail and engineered wood flooring.
Velux roof window. ceiling light fitting, access to the roof space. Door to storage cupboard housing the combination central heating boiler which has a double glazed window to the side aspect and shelving. Further doors lead from the landing to the first floor accommodation.
Bedroom One 4.27m (14' 0") x 3.84m (12' 7")
With dual aspect upvc double glazed windows to the rear and side aspects. Radiator, carpet to flooring and ceiling light fitting.
Bedroom Two 4.32m (14' 2") x 3.73m (12' 3")
Upvc double glazed window to the front aspect overlooking the brook. Vaulted beamed ceiling, carpet to flooring, ceiling light and radiator.
Bedroom Three 3.66m (12' 0") x 1.83m (6' 0")
Upvc double glazed window to the side aspect. Fitted with floor to ceiling wardrobes, carpet to flooring, radiator and ceiling light.
Upvc obscure double glazed window to the side aspect, Recently refitted with a modern four piece white suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap over,, tiled shower cubicle with mains fed shower unit, low level wc and inset wash hand basin with mixer tap and vanity cupboard below. Part tiled walls, tiled flooring, ceiling light fitting and extractor.
The property sits side onto Brook Street, one of the two old gate houses to what is now a driveway which leads to Orchard House. Wrought iron gates to the front lead to the gravel driveway with the property located to the right hand side. The main garden to the property is mainly laid to lawn with historic trees and assorted well maintained rockery areas and well stocked borders. pleasant block paved patio seating areas accessed from the kitchen and further access from the driveway and garden to an oak framed carport and further garden and shed beyond.
The local authority Charnwood Borough Council has advised us that the property is in council tax band D, which we are advised, currently incurs a charge of £1,755.35 (2019/20) Prospective purchasers are advised to confirm this.
Under the Protecting Against Money Laundering and the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, Benjamins require any successful purchasers proceeding with a purchase to provide two forms of identification i.e. passport or photo card driving license and a recent utility bill. This evidence will be required prior to Benjamins instructing solicitors in the purchase or the sale of a property.
Every care has been taken to reflect the true dimensions of this property, but they should be treated as approximate and for general guidance only.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.