Contemporary style refurbished property set on edge of conservation village with paddock views
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Built in 2006, and owned by our clients since 2015, Oak House has been improved by them with meticulous attention to detail and a high level of fixtures and fittings. A full specification is available, by request, from the agents.
The front door opens onto a hall with Jerusalem limestone tiling and the stairs rising ahead. The sitting room is to the right and has a stone fireplace with log burner, Wilton carpets and double French doors. Ahead is a family room with French doors and a large walk-in cupboard. There is a cloakroom to your left and, beyond, a beautiful bespoke Alexander Lewis kitchen with Walnut units and ivory Parapan and stone surfaces to complete the contemporary look. There are Miele appliances including double ovens, an induction hob, a larder fridge, dishwasher, Kohler Belfast sink and chrome taps.
Beyond, and open-plan to the kitchen, is a dining room with French doors. Adjacent to the kitchen and connecting to the garage, is a separate complimentary styled utility room with double under-counter Siemens freezers, extensive storage, and Villeroy and Boch Belfast Sink. The ground floor benefits from underfloor heating throughout.
An oak staircase leads up to light and airy landing and the principal bedroom, which has built-in wardrobes and an en suite. There are a further 4 bedrooms, one of which has an en suite shower room and one of which is employed as a study and, in addition, a family bathroom. The bathroom and two en suites have heated towel rails, independent underfloor heating and vanity units with power sockets.
The approach to Oak House is tarmacked and leads to a double garage and 4 off-street parking places. The garden is set to the south and west of the house with a stone terrace and summer house. There are mature plantings throughout and areas within areas including a wonderful kitchen garden. Bordering the garden is a paddock and open countryside.
The pretty village of Bruntingthorpe sits in rural south Leicestershire and has two public houses and a church. Nearby Gilmorton has a well-stocked post office/village store and Lutterworth, Leicester, Rugby and Market Harborough with more facilities are within easy reach. Access to the M1 is at J.20, connecting to the A14 (A1 link road) and the M6 to Birmingham. There are rail services from Rugby to Euston and from Market Harborough to St Pancras, both taking around one hour. International air travel is available at East Midlands Airport and Birmingham, both reachable in under an hour.
On leaving Market Harborough proceed along the A4304, sign posted Lutterworth. In Husbands Bosworth turn right onto the A5199. After about 4 miles turn left at the crossroads sign posted to Bruntingthorpe. As you enter the village take the first left into The Woodlands and Oak House is the second house on the left.Read all
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- CONTEMPORARY STYLE
- METICULOUSLY RENOVATED
- ALEXANDER LEWIS KITCHEN
- UNDERFLOOR HEATING
- GARDEN WITH SUMMER HOUSE
- DOUBLE GARAGE & PARKING FOR 4 CARS
- EPC RATING: C
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