3 BED Semi-detached house Sold STC

Sutton Lane, Dingley

£595,000

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A stylishly extended and beautifully appointed three bedroomed country cottage of character enjoying spectacular views over open countryside on the edge of the picturesque village of Dingley some three miles from the thriving town of Market Harborough with its mainline links to London St Pancras.

The surprisingly spacious interior benefits from LPG fired central heating and double glazed windows, and includes an entrance hall, sitting room with period fireplace, and a magnificent open plan living kitchen of wonderful proportions enjoying stunning views over open countryside with French double doors leading out to the gardens. The kitchen has been fitted to a bespoke design by Devol Kitchens with oak working surfaces and quality appliances. There is also a useful utility room and cloakroom/wc. Off the kitchen is a family room with cast iron log burner and views over the gardens.

On the upper floor off a central landing, with stripped pine panelled doors and a built-in airing cupboard, are three good sized bedrooms, each with stunning far reaching views, and a luxury fitted family bathroom with a large wet shower area and panelled bath.

The property is approached via a pair of wooden five bar gates opening into a gravelled driveway giving access to a detached timber garage. The gardens are attractively laid out, with an extensive lawned area, well stocked flower and shrub beds, a beautifully landscaped patio wrapping around the kitchen extension taking full advantage of the stunning views. There are also two further seating areas, a garden shed and wood store.

LOCATION



The property is located on a quiet country lane between Dingley and Sutton Bassett, enjoying stunning views over the Welland Valley. The picturesque village of Dingley is renowned for its annual Point-to-Point race meeting and Dingley Hall, a Grade I listed country house dating back to the Elizabethan era, lying close to the borders of Leicestershire and Northamptonshire, and is located some 3 miles east of the thriving town of Market Harborough, which has mainline rail services to London St Pancras in about an hour. Market Harborough has excellent shopping and supermarket facilities, boutique shops, cafes, bars, restaurants, a theatre and leisure centre. Market Harborough also has excellent schools, in addition to which there is private schooling available in the nearby towns of Oakham, Uppingham, Stamford and Oundle.



ACCOMMODATION IN DETAIL



With the benefit of LPG fired central heating and double glazed windows, the well presented accommodation comprises:



GROUND FLOOR



ENTRANCE HALL



Panelled entrance door with glazed fan light over, decorative tiled flooring, window, staircase off, radiator, stripped pine door off to:



SITTING ROOM (3.96m x 3.51m)



Period fireplace with cast iron fireplace, double glazed window to front with views, fitted shelving, pine boarded flooring, radiator, stripped pine door through to:



LIVING KITCHEN (10.01m x 4.67m max)



A magnificent open plan living kitchen, stylishly extended to create a large dining/sitting area taking full advantage of the stunning views with a large picture window to the rear, French double doors leading out to the garden, together with a ceiling lantern having a remote controlled retractable blind, creating an abundance of natural light. The kitchen has been fitted to a bespoke design by Devol Kitchens, with oak working surfaces including a peninsular unit housing a Villeroy & Boch white deep glazed sink, Bosch integral dishwasher, De Longhi stainless steel cooker range with two ovens, an induction hob and stylish extractor hood over, space for tall fridge/freezer, radiator and oak flooring.



CLOAKROOM/WC



White suite comprising low flush wc, circular ceramic wash hand basin with tiled surrounds.



UTILITY ROOM



With quarry tiled floor, single glazed window, Worcester LPG fired central heating boiler, plumbing facilities for washing machine and shelving.



FAMILY ROOM (4.57m x 3.38m)



Cast iron log burner set within feature fireplace with oak and clay tiled mantle, double glazed windows to two elevations, French double doors leading out to the gardens, original pine dresser unit with shelving and cupboards.



FIRST FLOOR



LANDING



With double glazed window, built-in airing cupboard, stripped pine panelled doors off.



BEDROOM ONE (3.96m x 3.38m)



Double glazed windows to two elevations with superb views, TV point and radiator.



BEDROOM TWO (3.53m x 3.58m)



Period fireplace, pine boarded flooring, double glazed window enjoying superb views, radiator and walk-in wardrobe with small window.



BEDROOM THREE (3.38m x 2.44m)



Recessed double wardrobe, pine boarded flooring, period fireplace, radiator, double glazed window to rear with far reaching views.



LUXURY FAMILY BATHROOM (3.23m x 2.24m)



Quality white suite from the Heritage range, spacious wet shower area with chrome fittings and large chrome shower head, attractive tiled surrounds, panelled bath with chrome mixer tap over and shower attachment, ceramic wash hand basin within cabinet surround, low flush wc, chrome heated towel rail, double glazed skylight, half tiled walls and extractor fan.



OUTSIDE



Wooden five bar double gates opening onto a gravelled driveway giving access to:



TIMBER GARAGE



With double doors to front, insulated walls and ceiling, power and lighting.

Most attractive gardens with three patio areas taking advantage of the superb views over open countryside, lawned area, flower and shrub borders, variety of trees, picket fence to rear backing onto open fields, timber garden shed and wood store.



SEPTIC TANK



Sewerage is via a septic tank, further details from the vendors.




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