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This detached cottage is bursting with character and charm as it is sympathetically restored for modern day living whilst providing you with the countryside lifestyle. Built over 100 years ago, the elegance of this property can only be appreciated through internal inspection. The sympathetic modernisation combined with a range of original features has created a tastefully appointed home with generously proportioned accommodation comprising of an entrance hall, two reception rooms and a fitted breakfast kitchen. Upstairs on the first floor are two double bedrooms serviced by a five-piece bathroom suite. Outside to the rear of the property is a generous sized garden with a versatile outhouse, which is currently being used as a utility room, along with gated off-road parking for multiple cars. This property is situated in a prime location with a range of local conveniences and amenities including pubs and shops right on your doorstep as well as being within catchment to excellent schools including the sought after Linby Primary School and having brilliant access links such as the A38 and A610 giving you direct access to the M1.
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The entrance hall has Flagstone flooring, exposed beams on the ceiling, an in-built under stair cupboard and a wooden stable style door providing access into the accommodation
Dining Room (3.66m x 3.65m)
The dining room has a wood-framed sash window, Flagstone flooring, exposed beams on the ceiling, a cast iron column radiator, a recessed chimney breast alcove with the potential for a log-burner and wall light fixtures
The inner hall has Flagstone flooring and carpeted stairs
Living Room (3.65m x 3.61m)
The living room has a wood-framed sash window, Flagstone flooring, exposed beams on the ceiling, a TV point, a recessed chimney breast alcove with a Aga wood-burning stove, a cast iron column radiator and wall light fixtures
Kitchen (4.62m x 1.98m)
The kitchen has a range of fitted shaker style base and wall units with wooden worktops and a breakfast bar, a double Belfast style sink with a swan neck mixer tap, an integrated Bosch double oven, an electric hob with angled extractor fan, space for a fridge freezer, Flagstone flooring, tiled splashback, a cast iron column radiator, recessed spotlights, two wood-framed sash windows and a stable-style door
The landing has carpeted flooring, a radiator, access to the loft and provides access to the first floor accommodation
Bedroom One (3.65m x 3.59m)
The first bedroom has a wood-framed sash window, carpeted flooring, a radiator and a recessed chimney breast alcove with a tiled hearth
Bedroom Two (3.65m x 2.65m)
The second bedroom has a wood-framed sash window, carpeted flooring and a recessed chimney breast alcove with a tiled hearth
Bathroom (3.19m x 2.05m)
The bathroom has a low level flush W/C, two period style pedestal wash basins with chrome towel rails, a freestanding bath with central taps, a handheld shower head and claw feet, a corner fitted shower enclosure with an overhead rainfall shower and a handheld shower head, split-faced tiled feature wall, wood-effect flooring, a column radiator with a chrome towel rail, recessed spotlights and a wood-framed obscure sash window
To the front of the property is a courtyard area with stone-built boundaries and gated access
To the rear of the property is a private enclosed garden with paved patio areas, a lawn, a range of plants and shrubs, a shed, a stone-built outhouse which is currently being used as a utility space and a driveway with double gated access providing off-road parking for multiple cars
Outhouse (3.93m x 2.39m)
This space has wooden flooring, a UPVC double glazed obscure window, exposed beams on the ceiling, a fitted base unit with a Belfast style sink, a mixer tap and wood-effect worktop, space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, power points and a stable style door
Council Tax Band Rating - Gedling Borough Council - Band D
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Property Tenure is Freehold
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