A mid-19th century, period stone property comprising two converted stone cottages, with the benefit of a substantial 21st century extension to the rear, with workshop/studio and paddock.
The property's accommodation in brief comprises a small entrance hall giving access to the ground floor living accommodation that comprises a spacious dining room with a feature fireplace and period range that is inset.
A kitchen with a good range of floor standing cupboards and drawers with solid wooden work tops, a ceramic sink, space for a tall fridge/freezer, integrated dishwasher, a Sandyford range cooker and windows to two elevations allowing plenty of light into the room.
The property's accommodation continues with the snug that has oak flooring, a feature fireplace with a multi fuel burning stove, a window to the front and an opening into the sitting room located at the rear of the property.
The sitting room is a modern and contemporary extension that has powder coated aluminium bi-fold doors out to a decking area and the garden beyond. This room has a laminate wooden floor, some traditional style radiators and a door back through into the dining room.
The ground floor accommodation is completed by a rear hall way and utility providing ample storage for coats and boots, white goods space. There is also space and plumbing for a washing machine, Belfast sink with mixer tap and solid wooden tops. Just off the utility space is a downstairs WC.
To the first floor the landing gives access to the bedroom and bathroom accommodation that comprises an impressive master suite, that has a bi-fold door out to a balcony that overlooks the garden, paddock land and views beyond. There is a walk-in wardrobe and also a shower room with walk in shower, WC and wash hand basin.
There are then a further two good sized double bedrooms and a single, the two double bedrooms sitting to the front have lovely traditional Victorian fireplaces. The first-floor accommodation is completed by the family bathroom that has a bath with shower over, low flush lavatory, a wash hand basin and an airing cupboard housing the immersion heater.
To the outside, the property sits in an elevated position up from the road, there is a newly laid tarmac driveway providing ample parking and access to the detached double garage that has an electric roller shutter door to the front and pedestrian access to the rear. The garden is mainly laid to lawn but has a variety of mature floral and shrub borders and specimen trees providing year-round interest. There is also a decking area that is accessed from the main sitting room through the bi-fold doors.
There is also a timber built, detached outbuilding which has been used as a wood working studio but could quite easily be a home office or small annexe. The garden then flows away from the back of the house to a post and wire fence with metal five bar gate that takes you in to paddock. The paddock measures approximately 2 acres in size, has a mobile field shelter and provides an open aspect from the rear of the garden over some of Leicestershire's most stunning rolling countryside views.
This excellent property is offered to the market with the agents' highest recommendation for an internal inspection.
The property has recently been re-decorated and partially re-carpeted throughout and is well presented with vacant possession.
Tilton on the Hill is a village conveniently located just north of the A47 near Billesdon. It offers a village shop, post office, garage and public house with the nearest primary school at Billesdon (2.5 miles away).
Head out of Oakham on the Braunston Road, continue through Braunston towards Withcote. Continue until you reach Halstead. The property is located on the left-hand side.
SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX
The property is offered to market with mains water and electricity, and oil central heating.
Council Tax Band F.
24 Catmos Street Oakham Rutland LE15 6HW
Monday to Friday 9:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm