A delightful Georgian cottage, with planning permission granted, having undergone careful restoration and modernisation over time, in the sought after East Leicestershire village of Keyham. Offering three bedrooms, landscaped gardens, and off road parking.
Property This property dates back to the late 17th century and is nestled on the quiet lane running through the highly desirable village of Keyham. Over the years, this property has been transformed into stunning, modern family home, offering oil central heating and double glazing throughout, while retaining an abundance of period features.
Entering the property via a timber door into a welcoming open reception area which provides access to all the downstairs rooms with staircase rising to the first floor. The dining room boasts a feature log burner while the living room offers ample space for families. The kitchen is fitted with a range of cream shaker style wall and base units with a timber worksurface encompassing a Belfast sink and range style cooker.
To the first floor, three double bedrooms are accessed off a light and airy landing with feature exposed brickwork wall. Each bedroom offers ample space for freestanding bedroom furniture while the family bathroom with shower over bath completes this lovely home.
Additionally, Planning Permission has been granted for further extension to the property, if desired. (Planning Number 14/00915/FUL Via Harborough District Council) Outside The entrance to the property, with attractive shrubbery surrounding, is accessed directly from the road with the side of the property offering a driveway set behind a low level brick wall and access to the rear garden.
The extensive landscaped rear gardens are mostly laid to lawn with a patio area for outdoor furniture, slabbed pathway, mature trees and an attractive hedging surround. Continuing to the rear is a further lawned area, enclosed by timber fencing, leading to a timber shed on hardstanding. Location This delightful cottage is located in the quiet East Leicestershire village of Keyham which itself boasts a fine parish church and popular public house. Just six miles to the west is Leicester City Centre where a comprehensive range of shops and supermarkets can be found, along with a variety of popular bars and restaurants, and recreational facilities. More locally, the nearby village of Scraptoft boasts a Rugby Club, Golf Club, convenience shops and a public house.
For the commuter, the nearby A47 provides access to Leicester with Leicester providing rail services to London St Pancras International while there is an excellent range of independent and comprehensive schooling for all ages within a short drive. Viewings and Directions Strictly by appointment only through the sole agent Oliver Rayns.