A charming, Grade II listed character cottage with deceptively spacious accommodation, sitting at the heart of this popular South Leicestershire village.
The property's accommodation in brief comprises a small entrance hall leading to the sitting room. The sitting room has a feature fireplace with multi-fuel burning stove and a sash window to the front and a window to the side. There are also stairs rising to the first floor.
Beyond the sitting room is the kitchen, it has a range of floor standing and wall mounted cupboards and drawers, there is space and plumbing for a washing machine and other white goods and a coal-fired range cooker. There is also a window looking out to the garden and a stable door to the side.
To the first floor there are three very generous double bedrooms. Bedroom one sits to the front and has two windows looking over the high street. Bedroom two sits to the rear looking over the garden and bedroom three with just a single window looking out over the High street.
The first-floor accommodation continues with the bathroom that has a low flush WC, wash hand basin and a bath with shower over.
There is also access to the loft space from the landing.
The central heating is a traditional system with radiators and is run off the coal-fired Raeburn.
To the outside, there are wrought-iron gates that open to the covered carport and then on to the garage and garden beyond.
The garden is west-facing taking advantage of the afternoon and evening sun and the brick-built garage come outbuilding provides ample work shop space and storage.
This spacious three-bedroom character cottage must be viewed to be appreciated.
Hallaton is a thriving village and community conveniently situated for the market towns at Market Harborough, Oakham and Uppingham, with the regional centre at Leicester to the north. The area is very well served by popular schooling at junior and secondary level both in the state and private sector. Sporting and leisure facilities are well catered for locally with Hallaton and nearby Medbourne. Access to London St. Pancras is available in just under an hour from Market Harborough train station.
Leave Oakham on the A6003 towards Uppingham. Upon reaching Uppingham take the third exit on the roundabout heading towards Leicester on the A47. Continue along the A47 and just before reaching the village of East Norton turn left off the A47 following signs for Hallaton. Once in the village of Hallaton continue down through the village passing the Fox Public House on your left, carry on down the hill taking a right onto High Street. Follow this road down and you will find Aveling House on your right.
SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX
The property is offered to the market with all mains services. Council Tax Band C.
24 Catmos Street Oakham Rutland LE15 6HW
Monday to Friday 9:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm