About the property

Truly delightful detached property built circa 1920 is a real gem. The current owners have spent many years enhancing the properties original features and adding their artistic styling to make this a family home to be proud of. Entering through the front door into the entrance hall you are greeted with stairs rising to the first floor and beautiful stain glass doors to all downstairs accommodation. The lounge has a bay window to the front aspect and feature open fire. The decor of this room has been personally sought to add to the wonderfully eclectic feel. The ample dining room also has feature fireplace and is an inviting space for all of your dining requirements. Double doors open up into the sun room and creates a perfect socialising area. The kitchen is fitted with wall and base units, has a Belfast sink with mixer tap and space for a fridge freezer. Creating a dramatic focal point is a circle head window, the apex roof and beams finish off this stunning room. The sun room has french doors leading to the garden and is the perfect place for relaxing. The study has a window to the side aspect and a door leading into the garage. The downstairs cloakroom has a low level wc and wash hand basin. To the first floor are three bedrooms with bedroom one being a double with windows to the front and rear aspect and a shower cubicle with shower. Bedroom two is a double with windows to the front and side and bedroom three is a single. The family bathroom is fitted with a white high level traditional wc, bath and wash hand basin. Externally to the front is a driveway providing ample off road parking leading to the garage which has power and lighting. The mature garden is approximately seventy five meters laid to lawn with beautifully planted borders, trees and shrubs and a patio area for al fresco dining. Outline planning has been drawn up for an extension over the garage which can be viewed giving a fourth master bedroom and en suite subject to planning consent

Countesthorpe has many amenities to offer everyone, making it a popular south Leicestershire village, with a good range of local shops for day to day shopping, post office, library, restaurant, public houses, Greenfield Primary School, Leysland High School and Countesthorpe Community College, health centre, cricket ground and garden centre to name a few. Good links to the motorway networks and Fosse Park Shopping.Entrance Hall - Lounge - 3.63m x 3.43m (11'11 x 11'03) - Dining Room - 3.66m x 3.96m (12' x 13') - Kitchen - 4.34m x 2.39m (14'3 x 7'10) - Sun Lounge - 5.77m x 4.29m max (18'11 x 14'01 max) - Study - 2.34m x 2.41m (7'08 x 7'11) - Downstairs Cloakroom - 1.75m x 0.76m (5'09 x 2'06) -... Read more

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