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Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire
Rolleston Road, Billesdon, Leicestershire

About the property

Key features

  • Extended, refurbished semi-detached home
  • Stunning orangery-style extension to rear
  • Over 1,000 square feet of accommodation
  • Contemporary, timber-clad summer house/studio
  • Three bedrooms
  • Sitting room with log-burning stove
  • Wealth of character, including parquet flooring
  • Open plan, eclectic, farmhouse-style kitchen, garden/dining room
  • Utility room, outdoor cloakroom, and workshop/store
  • Landscaped westerly facing rear garden, ample off-road parking

Property description

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Freehold

If you long to indulge yourself in opulent, period living in the heart of the countryside, then this simply stunning extended, refurbished home with a show-stopping orangery-style garden room/dining room complete with Crittal-style doors, windows and roof lantern, will not only take your breath away, but it may also just be your next dream home.

Accommodation
Stepping inside through the front door is like stepping back in time to a rich, opulent, by-gone era full of character, charm and a wealth of cottage-style features, blended seamlessly with modern luxury living.

Stairs lead upwards to your right while your eye will be mesmerised by the sensational interior-styling, from the Victorian-style tiling to the decadent touches that nod to la belle epoque, art nouveau era. A handy built-in storage cupboard in the corner and what was once a pantry, tucked under the stairs, provide ample handy storage, while to the end of the hall you will find a useful utility room with Belfast sink, plumbing and space for appliances and handy access to the side passage outside.

The sitting room with its original herringbone pine parquet flooring, log-burning stove and bespoke fitted bookshelves and cabinet is the perfect retreat for relaxing and warming your toes during long autumn and winter evenings. Natural light floods the space through the rear window which also affords an attractive view of the landscaped garden beyond. The eclectic, farmhouse-style kitchen opens out on to a simply jaw-dropping orangery-style extension with Crittal-style doors windows that are complemented by a large roof lantern, which all combine to create the perfect backdrop for entertaining friends and family in style. Here, you will find Karndean herringbone oak effect flooring, which links seamlessly to the eclectic storage units within the bespoke kitchen.

Upstairs the attractive landing leads to three bedrooms, two doubles and one single, (which is currently used as a dressing room). The shower room has been re-fitted with a heritage style suite comprising high-flush WC, wash hand basin set within a vanity unit and separate shower cubicle.

Outside
A hard-standing drive, providing ample off-road parking flanks the crescent shaped lawn which is bordered with a gravel path and bedding areas and enclosed by mature hedgerows, with the attractive front door set beneath a canopy porch. The rear garden has been lovingly landscaped to provide a peaceful oasis, perfect for enjoying the sunny, westerly aspect. Beyond the Crittal-style doors of the orangery/garden room you will find a paved patio terrace and discreet dining terrace tucked away to the side. Beyond the extensive lawn, that is flanked by a gravelled path, is the contemporary, timber clad summer house/studio which offers you flexibility of use as a gym, home office, garden room or studio. Access from the side passage which leads to the front garden is the re-fitted gardener's loo and workshop.

Property information
Tenure: Freehold
Local Authority: Harborough District Council
Tax Band: B
Services: The property is offered to the market with all mains services and gas-fired central heating.

Location
Billesdon is a thriving east Leicestershire village situated equally between Leicester, Market Harborough and Oakham, just off the A47. The village offers an unrivalled range of amenities for a village of modest size, with a doctor's surgery, village store, post office, community centre, village school, two public houses and numerous clubs and societies creating a genuinely strong community spirit.

There are wider choices for education both in the private and state sectors in the local area, with access to Church Langton Primary School, Great Glen, Oakham, Uppingham, Oundle and Stamford. Hallaton and Tugby primary schools are also nearby.

Satnav Information
The property's postcode is LE7 9AA, and house number 25.

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13 Church Street
Market Harborough
Leicestershire
LE16 7AA
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