A characterful and beautifully appointed red brick village home with expansive living accommodation, ample parking, an annexe/business premises.
Enter the property via an entrance porch leading to a superb living kitchen with a gas-fired AGA, separate two ring gas hob, a bespoke, hand-made kitchen with a comprehensive range of wall mounted and floor standing units under a combination of granite and oak tops, a Belfast sink, an integrated dishwasher and a large pantry cupboard housing the tall fridge freezer. The working kitchen area sits to the front of the property in the original part of the building with beautiful original beams to the ceiling. It then opens up into the modern green oak extension with two Velux roof windows and a set of double doors opening out to the terrace and rear garden.
The accommodation continues with a formal sitting room and an ample sized dining room, both with feature fireplaces with multi fuel burning stoves inset. These rooms lead to a central hallway with stairs rising to the first floor and access to the study, downstairs WC and utility room.
The WC has a wash hand basin, low flush lavatory and bespoke made coats cupboard and the utility room offers space and plumbing for white goods and also houses the gas-fired central heating boiler.
To the first floor the large master bedroom looks over the garden and is complemented by a dressing area, walk-in wardrobe and en-suite shower room.
There are then a further four bedrooms, bedroom two being a generous sized double with built in wardrobes. Bedroom three, also a double, sitting to the middle of the house with ample space for freestanding furniture.
Bedroom four stills accommodates a double bed and overlooks the front garden and bedroom five, a generous sized single currently used as a study.
The property's accommodation continues with the annexe that is currently being used as a home working space. This area comprises an entrance hall, two reception rooms and offers shower facilities and a WC.
To the outside, there is a mature and well-maintained front garden sitting behind a low-level red brick wall, providing an attractive aspect of the property from the front.
The garden then wraps around the side of the property leading round to the rear, it is predominantly laid to lawn at the front and side and to the rear there is a landscaped, raised terrace that flows off the living kitchen providing a superb outdoor entertaining space.
The property also provides ample parking on the gravel driveway to the rear and access to two garages, one of which has power, light and plumbing this garage has been prepared to first fix level so could be converted into further accommodation. The second garage has power and light providing a very useful workshop space.
This excellent, period home has been significantly upgraded and extended by the current owners and is offered to the market with the agent's highest recommendation for an internal inspection.
Twyford is situated just off the B6047 Melton to Tilton road amongst the rolling Leicestershire countryside. The village is therefore convenient for fast access to Melton Mowbray, Leicester and Market Harborough. It also offers a local pub, church and village hall, with more extensive local facilities in the nearby Great Dalby, Queniborough and Syston.
On entering the village of Twyford from Thorpe Satchville, the property can be found on the left-hand side, on the corner of Kingfisher Close.
SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX
The property is offered to the market with all mains services and gas-fired central heating. Council Tax Band E.
24 Catmos Street Oakham Rutland LE15 6HW
Monday to Friday 9:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm