2 BED House Sold STC

The Pipkins, 4 Rose Court, Tilton On The Hill

£300,000

2 1

Enquire about this property
01858 431315

Property details

Constructed by Walrus Homes approximately three years ago with reclaimed bricks with rosemary style tiled roof with reclaimed Welsh slate, soft wood windows with heritage shades and double glazed throughout. The walls are a combination of free hand plastering to give a slurried cottage effect with conventional plastering to selected areas. Internally there are latched & braced doors throughout along with reclaimed timber and distressed chunky door frames. The kitchen is traditionally styled with built-in appliances, and the bathroom suite has white sanitary ware. The central heating is Calor gas fired with individual radiator thermostats. Externally there is a low maintenance rear garden and to the front of the property is allocated parking.

An entrance door leads through to the entrance hallway which has a tiled floor and connecting door to the cloakroom. The kitchen has a range of base and wall units with Belfast sink, electric oven and hob, and slimline dishwasher. The lounge/dining room enjoys views and direct access to the rear garden via French doors. On the first floor, there is a landing and two double bedrooms both of which enjoy en-suite facilities. Externally, there is car standing to the front and the rear garden has a patio area, shaped lawn and is enclosed by timber fencing.

The popular village of Tilton on the Hill is surrounded by attractive east Leicestershire countryside lying approximately 2 miles north of the A47, on the B6047 to Melton Mowbray. The village has a local store, parish church and public house, and is convenient for the neighbouring centres of Oakham, Uppingham, Market Harborough, Stamford and Leicester. Rail services to London St Pancras are available from both Leicester and Market Harborough, and nearby road networks include the A1 and M1.

Constructed by Walrus Homes approximately three years ago with reclaimed bricks with rosemary style tiled roof with reclaimed Welsh slate, soft wood windows with heritage shades and double glazed throughout. The walls are a combination of free hand plastering to give a slurried cottage effect with conventional plastering to selected areas. Internally there are latched & braced doors throughout along with reclaimed timber and distressed chunky door frames. The kitchen is traditionally styled with built-in appliances, and the bathroom suite has white sanitary ware. The central heating is Calor gas fired with individual radiator thermostats. Externally there is a low maintenance rear garden and to the front of the property is allocated parking.

An entrance door leads through to the entrance hallway which has a tiled floor and connecting door to the cloakroom. The kitchen has a range of base and wall units with Belfast sink, electric oven and hob, and slimline dishwasher. The lounge/dining room enjoys views and direct access to the rear garden via French doors. On the first floor, there is a landing and two double bedrooms both of which enjoy en-suite facilities. Externally, there is car standing to the front and the rear garden has a patio area, shaped lawn and is enclosed by timber fencing.

The popular village of Tilton on the Hill is surrounded by attractive east Leicestershire countryside lying approximately 2 miles north of the A47, on the B6047 to Melton Mowbray. The village has a local store, parish church and public house, and is convenient for the neighbouring centres of Oakham, Uppingham, Market Harborough, Stamford and Leicester. Rail services to London St Pancras are available from both Leicester and Market Harborough, and nearby road networks include the A1 and M1.

Calculate Your Stamp Duty
£
Results
Stamp Duty To Pay:
Effective Rate:
Tax Band % Taxable Sum Tax

Property location

Property Floorplan

Floorplan

Property EPC

Property Video