**An exceptional Detached, Grade II listed timber framed house **Set in half an acre of gardens**Fabulous living kitchen**Courtyard and Garaging** Potential for an ANNEXE **Summer House with Power & Wi-Fi Read more
**An exceptional Detached, Grade II listed timber framed house **Set in half an acre of gardens**Fabulous living kitchen**Courtyard and Garaging** Potential for an ANNEXE **Summer House with Power & Wi-Fi
General - An exceptional detached Grade II listed timber framed house which is believed to date from the early 16th Century and has been sympathetically extended over the years with most recently a superb oak framed addition to the kitchen. The house is set in beautiful manicured gardens extending to approximately half an acre. Manor Croft is exquisitely presented with wonderfully versatile accommodation which works equally well as a 6 bedroom single home with 4 reception rooms or as a house also offering additional self contained multi generational living.
General Cont. - Outside the property not only boasts some of the most stunning , perfectly manicured gardens but there is superb vehicle storage by way of a treble garage with excellent storage and beautiful Summer house set within the heart of these amazing gardens. Much of the period character has been preserved with heavily beamed ceilings, exposed wall timbers and flagstone floors.
Location - Ashby Parva is a pretty village largely made up of period houses and cottages located in some of Leicestershire's prettiest countryside. There is a vibrant community with a pub, annual village show, film society and village hall. There are more comprehensive amenities in the nearby towns Lutterworth, Hinckley and Rugby. There is a mainline railway station at Rugby with a high speed train service to London Euston. The motorway network can be accessed via Junction 20 on the M1 and Junction 1 on the M69.
Entrance Hall - Front door opening into the reception hall.
Reception Hall - 16'5" x 15'9" (5.00m x 4.80m) - A magnificent introduction to the house the focal point of which is the fireplace housing a multi-fuel stove, with carved timber chimney breast consistent with the Jacobean tradition. There is a heavily beamed ceiling, flagstone floor, some interesting wall timbers, staircase rising to the first floor and door to the drawing room.
Drawing Room - 15'9" x 15'1" (4.80m x 4.60m) - An elegant room with heavily beamed ceiling, exposed wall timbers, fireplace housing a gas fired wood burning style stove with fitted cupboard to one side.
Snug - 15'10" x 13'9" (4.83m x 4.19m) - This is a beautiful light room with french doors opening onto the courtyard. There is a beamed ceiling, brick tiled floor and former inglenook housing a multi fuel stove. Two central heating radiators housed in lattice work boxes. Doors to the dining room and living kitchen.
Dining Room - 15' x 13'5" (4.57m x 4.09m) - This is a very interesting room with an oak framed conservatory style extension and a door opening into the courtyard and back garden.
Living Kitchen - 19'1" x 11'5" (5.82m x 3.48m) - A glorious room with a stunning oak framed living/ dining area.
Kitchen Area - Fitted with custom built pippy oak base and wall units with polished granite work surfaces and soft closing doors. The units are arranged around a range style cooker by 'Aga' with six gas burners and three ovens. There is a porcelain sink and integrated appliances include a two drawer dishwasher by 'Fisher Paykel' and fridge drawers. There are a wealth of exposed timbers, a sophisticated LED lighting system and underfloor heating to the tiled floor. The dining area is in the oak framed extension from which there are quite stunning views over the gardens.
Pantry - 9'5" x 8'2" (2.87m x 2.49m) - A traditional pantry with brick thrawls, built in shelving and wine racking.
Utility/Boiler Room - 8'4" x 5'5" (2.54m x 1.65m) - Counter top under which there is plumbing for a washing machine. Tiled finish to floor and the Worcester gas fired boiler is housed within this room.
Conservatory - 10'6" x 6' (3.20m x 1.83m) - Tiled floor central heating radiator and door to the cloakroom.
Cloakroom - Cloaks area and separate Lavatory.
On The First Floor - Stairs rise from the reception hall to the bedrooms.
Bedroom One - 16'3" max x 16'3" (4.95m max x 4.95m) - There is a real feeling of space as there is a full height ceiling. Oak boarded floor, exposed wall timbers. Central heating radiator.
Bedroom Two - 14'6" x 14'5" (4.42m x 4.39m) - Bedroom two is located up a separate staircase. There is a timber boarded floor, some interesting ceiling timbers. Central heating radiator.
Main Landing - A further flight of stairs rises from the first landing. Doors to
Bedroom Three - 16'5" x 11'1" (5.00m x 3.38m) - With a pretty period cast iron fireplace, boarded floor, exposed timbers, fitted wardrobe and a central heating radiator.
Wet Room - With limestone effect tiling to the walls and floor. There is a shower, heated towel rail, wash hand basin set in vanity unit. Underfloor heating.
Separate Wc - Low flush lavatory and a central heating radiator.
Family Bathroom - 12'4" x 9'9" (3.76m x 2.97m) - There is a real touch of luxury in the bathroom with a magnificent roll top cast iron bath, a period style wash hand basin and low flush lavatory. There is a shower cubicle with a bank of wardrobes running down one side of the room.
Rear Landing - Opening off the rear landing is bedroom four. There is a secondary staircase which drops to a study/sitting room.
Bedroom Four - 13'6" x 11'9" (4.11m x 3.58m) - Beamed ceiling, a bank of fitted wardrobes, central heating radiator.
Bedroom Five - 13'9" x 9'7" (4.19m x 2.92m) - Overlooking courtyard. Fitted wardrobe and a central heating radiator.
Bathroom - 10'7" x 7'8" (3.23m x 2.34m) - White suite comprising a panelled bath with shower over, low flush lavatory, bidet and wash hand basin.
Second Floor Landing - A flight of stairs rises from the rear landing to bedroom six.
Bedroom Six - 15'4" x 8'10" (4.67m x 2.69m) - This is a fabulous room which works well as teenager's bedroom or sitting room. Two beams to the ceiling, storage cupboards and a central heating radiator. (measured to 5' eaves height).
Study - 15'9" x 15'5" (4.80m x 4.70m) - Understairs storage cupboard, door to main street. Central heating radiator. (This would be the sitting room for the annexe)
Party Room - 20'3" x 13'7" (6.17m x 4.14m) - A fantastic teenagers sitting room. Partly fitted with a range of kitchen units incorporating a porcelain sink and tiled work surfaces. French doors open into the garden and two central heating radiators, one of which is housed in a lattice-work box.
Outside - Electric Gates open from the main street into the Courtyard.
Courtyard - A traditional cobbled courtyard opening off the courtyard is the DOUBLE GARAGE with a roller shutter door. There is a further GARAGE/WORKSHOP.
The Gardens - The part walled garden is idyllic and has been planned with meticulous attention to detail. Various seating areas have been created separated by closely cut privet hedges archways and clever planting. There is a pond enclosed by timber decking a lovely space for quiet reflection. Overlooking the lawn is a Summer House where there is power connected and wi fi available.
Services - The village has superfast broadband, mains gas and mains drainage.
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