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£280,000

Chapel Cottage, Theddingworth

  • 2 beds
Cottage
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£280,000

  • 2 beds
Cottage
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Whether you are a first time buyer, downsizer or keen to find an Airbnb investment property this unique, detached period cottage that has been lovingly refurbished and blends contemporary living with period charm offers you the ideal lock up and leave opportunity in a rural village setting with excellent commuter links by both road and rail.

ACCOMMODATION

Chapel Cottage is an attractive detached Victorian cottage with striking features that will catch your eye from the moment you approach. Suitably impressed by the exterior, the stunning interior won t disappoint. The striking chequered tiled hall greets you as you step in through the front. A monochrome palette, with a black balustraded staircase to the first floor blends seamlessly with the flooring. A handy guest cloakroom with contemporary fittings is tucked discreetly under the stairs, while stripped pine cottage doors lead into the open plan sitting/dining room. Originally two reception rooms knocked into one, this is a 22ft space flooded with natural light through a large bay window at the front and a sash style window to the side. A cast-iron log-burning stove provides the perfect focal point. The dining area offers flexibility for entertaining or working from home. The kitchen has been refitted to provide a range of modern storage units with wooden work surfaces. Integrated appliances include an oven, electric hob and integrated fridge/freezer, with plumbing and space for washing machine and dishwasher.Upstairs two high ceiling, double bedrooms boast plenty of natural light, feature period fireplaces and sash windows adding to the charm of this home. The rear bedroom also having fitted cupboard housing hot water cylinder and electric boiler. The re-fitted shower room feels fresh and modern with contemporary walk-in double shower cubicle, wash hand basin set within a sleek vanity unit and low-level WC and partially obscured period sash window, the upper part of which taking in the countryside views beyond the village hall.

OUTSIDE

The walled frontage leads to the canopied porch and provides space to tuck your bins to one side with secure gated access leading into the walled courtyard garden, which takes advantage of the morning sun to provide the perfect, low maintenance spot for al fresco dining.

PROPERTY INFORMATION

TENURE: FreeholdLOCAL AUTHORITY: Harborough District CouncilTAX BAND: CSERVICES: The property is offered to the market with all mains services and electric heating

LOCATION

Theddingworth lies approximately five miles south-west of Market Harborough which offers a wide variety of specialist shopping, leisure and recreation amenities together with a mainline railway station giving access to London St Pancras in just over an hour. The M1 motorway is approximately six miles west of Theddingworth. The village itself offers a parish Church and is flanked by the county's most attractive countryside. Public houses are available at the nearby villages of Gumley, Lubenham and Husbands Bosworth.

DIRECTIONAL NOTE

From Market Harborough proceed west on Coventry Road and bear right on to Lubenham Hill A4304 towards Lubenham. Proceed through the village towards Theddingworth. Upon entering the village the property can be found on the left hand side opposite the village hall. Turn right into Taylors Lane and right into the village hall car park.

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£280,000

2 bed house for sale

Chapel Cottage, Theddingworth

Whether you are a first time buyer, downsizer or keen to find an Airbnb investment property this unique, detached period cottage that has been lovingly refurbished and blends contemporary living with period charm offers you the ideal lock up and leave opportunity in a rural village setting with excellent commuter links by both road and rail.

ACCOMMODATION

Chapel Cottage is an attractive detached Victorian cottage with striking features that will catch your eye from the moment you approach. Suitably impressed by the exterior, the stunning interior won t disappoint. The striking chequered tiled hall greets you as you step in through the front. A monochrome palette, with a black balustraded staircase to the first floor blends seamlessly with the flooring. A handy guest cloakroom with contemporary fittings is tucked discreetly under the stairs, while stripped pine cottage doors lead into the open plan sitting/dining room. Originally two reception rooms knocked into one, this is a 22ft space flooded with natural light through a large bay window at the front and a sash style window to the side. A cast-iron log-burning stove provides the perfect focal point. The dining area offers flexibility for entertaining or working from home. The kitchen has been refitted to provide a range of modern storage units with wooden work surfaces. Integrated appliances include an oven, electric hob and integrated fridge/freezer, with plumbing and space for washing machine and dishwasher.Upstairs two high ceiling, double bedrooms boast plenty of natural light, feature period fireplaces and sash windows adding to the charm of this home. The rear bedroom also having fitted cupboard housing hot water cylinder and electric boiler. The re-fitted shower room feels fresh and modern with contemporary walk-in double shower cubicle, wash hand basin set within a sleek vanity unit and low-level WC and partially obscured period sash window, the upper part of which taking in the countryside views beyond the village hall.

OUTSIDE

The walled frontage leads to the canopied porch and provides space to tuck your bins to one side with secure gated access leading into the walled courtyard garden, which takes advantage of the morning sun to provide the perfect, low maintenance spot for al fresco dining.

PROPERTY INFORMATION

TENURE: FreeholdLOCAL AUTHORITY: Harborough District CouncilTAX BAND: CSERVICES: The property is offered to the market with all mains services and electric heating

LOCATION

Theddingworth lies approximately five miles south-west of Market Harborough which offers a wide variety of specialist shopping, leisure and recreation amenities together with a mainline railway station giving access to London St Pancras in just over an hour. The M1 motorway is approximately six miles west of Theddingworth. The village itself offers a parish Church and is flanked by the county's most attractive countryside. Public houses are available at the nearby villages of Gumley, Lubenham and Husbands Bosworth.

DIRECTIONAL NOTE

From Market Harborough proceed west on Coventry Road and bear right on to Lubenham Hill A4304 towards Lubenham. Proceed through the village towards Theddingworth. Upon entering the village the property can be found on the left hand side opposite the village hall. Turn right into Taylors Lane and right into the village hall car park.