**Charming Cottage dating from 1787 **Period Features include beamed ceilings **Beautiful South facing garden **Large open plan living area **Two double bedrooms both with en-suites **Planning granted to extend to the front Read more
**Charming Cottage dating from 1787 **Period Features include beamed ceilings **Beautiful South facing garden **Large open plan living area **Two double bedrooms both with en-suites **Planning granted to extend to the front
General - A charming and unique cottage dating from1787 located in the heart of the village conservation area. Sunshine Cottage has a fascinating history as it originally formed part of the Sun Inn, which was then divided into three properties in the mid 19th century. Many original features including the original Georgian staircase, beamed ceilings and a large inglenook have been preserved. The cottage is set well back from Main Street with a very pretty South facing garden. The spacious, well planned accommodation briefly includes on the ground floor, a large open plan area with a kitchen and ample space for dining and living. There are two large double bedrooms, both of which have en-suites. The property also benefits from gas central heating. Planning permission has been granted for an extension to the front of the cottage.
Location - The property is located in the popular West Leicestershire village of Newbold Verdon. There are a fantastic range of facilities in the village including a primary school, health centre and shops. Newbold Verdon is well located for commuting to Leicester and access to the motorway network.
The historic town of Market Bosworth lies to the West where again, there is an excellent range of shops and restaurants overlooking the market place.
The Cottage - The accommodation is arranged over three floors as follows.
Cobbled pathway leading to the front door, with Georgian fan light over, opening into the reception hall.
Reception Hall - There is an impressive wide staircase rising to the first floor, with a half landing. Understairs storage cupboard, tiled flooring and door into the open plan living area.
Living Area - 19'10" x 14'10" (6.05m x 4.52m) - A superb open plan living area full of character with a large inglenook which houses an "Aga" (ornamental only at present). There is a heavily beamed ceiling, pitched pine boarded floor and French doors opening from the living area onto the garden terrace. Two central heating radiators.
Kitchen Area - Fitted with a comprehensive range of farmhouse style base and wall units with tiled work surfaces and splashbacks together with concealed lighting. There is an inset four ring electric hob, single oven, integrated fridge, space and plumbing for a washing machine and crockery display cabinets. Stable style back door to Bells Lane.
On The First Floor - The staircase rises from the reception hall to the first floor via a half landing to a large landing.
Bedroom One - 15'3" x 12' (4.65m x 3.66m) - With gardens views. Ornamental cast iron fireplace with timber surround and cupboard to one side (which also incorporates the Worcester combi boiler), beamed ceiling, central heating radiator.
En-Suite - Corner shower cubicle, low flush lavatory, wash hand basin, extractor fan and heated towel rail.
. - A further flight of stairs rises from the first floor landing to a further landing.
Second Floor Landing - The second floor landing is a really good space and could be used as a study area.
Bedroom Two - 15'3" x 13'10" (4.65m x 4.22m) - A really lovely room full of character with views towards the countryside, timber panelled vaulted high ceiling with the original beam. Central heating radiator. (Measurements include the en-suite).
En-Suite Bathroom - Suite comprising a panelled bath with electric shower over, low flush lavatory, wash hand basin and extractor fan.
Outside - The property is set well back from the road with a beautiful, well screened cottage garden and immediately adjoining the rear of the property, is a patio which is a delightful area for al fresco dining. The garden is principally lawned with heavily stocked flower and herbaceous borders and there is also an outside tap. A side gate leads onto Bells Lane, for easy access to parking. We understand that the Yew tree is subject to a tree preservation order.
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