East Norton Road, Horninghold, Market Harborough

East Norton Road

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms

4 bedroom house - semi-detached for sale

  • Reference Number 29501930
  • Agent James Sellicks Market Harborough
  • Agent Number 01858 410008

Guide price £525,000

About this property

A stunningly extended and beautifully presented semi-detached cottage in the heart of one of the most highly regarded village locations within the East Midlands, where properties very rarely come to the market.

End Cottage is entered through a covered entrance porch into an entrance hall with a travertine limestone floor with under floor heating, staircase rising to the first floor, a useful under stairs cupboard. There is a cloakroom off with under floor heating. The sitting room has a large multi paned window overlooking the front garden, exposed brick fireplace with stone hearth and surround and a wood burning stove.

The open plan living dining kitchen is a principle feature of the property and creates a versatile space ideal for modern living with dining and sitting areas, with both have double glazed French windows to the rear flagged terrace, travertine limestone flooring and under floor heating.

The kitchen has quality framed kitchen cabinetry, a central island unit with drawer and base cupboards, oak preparation surfaces, tall boy larder units, space for American fridge freezer with wine storage over, double Belfast sink travertine limestone floor with under floor heating. Appliances include a Stoves seven ring gas range cooker with extractor hood over and dishwasher. A utility room has further cupboard space, Belfast sink, ample white appliance space with plumbing for an automatic washing machine, travertine floor, timber door to the rear and the oil fired Grant central heating combi boiler.
The staircase and landing gives access to the first floor with a superb master bedroom suite which has a cast iron fireplace with stone hearth, dressing area with built in wardrobes and a well-equipped ensuite bathroom. Bedroom two has a dual aspect and bedroom three has a window to the rear.

The family bathroom has been fitted with a designer suite with bath with curved shower screen, Mira shower over, low flush WC, wash hand basin set into vanity unit, travertine limestone floor with under floor heating. A staircase rises to the second floor to bedroom four with two Velux roof lights to the rear, eaves storage and a storeroom with the potential for an ensuite.

A stone driveway provides ample car standing space and lies adjacent to delightfully designed gardens with lawned areas and stocked shrub and herbaceous borders. There is a private terrace area to the front. To the rear is a flagged rear courtyard with rendered and tiled stores. The property benefits from owned solar panels with a 2.9kw feed in tariff.

Horninghold is a quintessential English village nestled on the Leicestershire/Rutland borders, completely unspoilt by virtue of its conservation village status, all surrounded by delightful rolling countryside. Houses in the village are the result of complete or partial rebuilding by the Hardcastle's of Blaston Hall. The Hardcastle's set out to create a model 'garden' village, planted with a great variety of trees and ornamental shrubs, with properties being made of local ironstone.

Located only two miles from Hallaton and served by the market towns of Uppingham, a 'Cotswold style' delightful market town located approximately four and a half miles away, Oakham and Market Harborough; the latter providing mainline railway access into London St. Pancras in under an hour and by road via Road access to London can be either from A1 or M1. The regional centre of Leicester offers a wide range of facilities usually associated with a large city centre, with the surrounding villages offering well-respected schools in the state sector with an abundance of private schools at Oakham, Uppingham, Stamford and Oundle within a reasonable commute.

Proceed out of Market Harborough on the A4304 St Mary's Road, at the roundabout take the third exit onto the A427, turn left onto the B664, and continue on this road passing through Medbourne, eventually turning left onto Blechers hill as signpost to Horninghold. On entering the village, at the T junction turn left and first right into East Norton Road where End Cottage can be seen on the right hand side.

Key Features

East Norton Road, Horninghold, Market Harborough
  • Semi-detached cottage
  • Prime village location
  • Two reception rooms
  • Four bedrooms
  • Two bathrooms
  • Off road parking
  • Front and side gardens
  • EPC - D



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13 Church Street Market Harborough Leicestershire LE16 7AA

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Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm


01858 410008