Rose Cottage, Swepstone Road, Heather

 

Rose Cottage

Swepstone Road, Heather

Guide price £370,000

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Hortons are excited to be selling this charming country cottage, with spacious accommodation set in pretty and private grounds.


Exciting opportunity to buy this versatile property with the potential to extend (planning had been previously granted) With large driveway, with two access points, large tandem garage, office attached. The property was formerly a Cattery, has the potential to be used for a small business.

Potential building plot subject to planning. This charming semi-detached period cottage is believed to date from the late 1800s. It has spacious accommodation and briefly includes: reception hall, cloakroom/shower room, well appointed kitchen with multi fuel burner. Sitting room with feature inglenook fireplace, formal dining room, with open fire and patio doors leading to private rear garden. Bedroom three which is a single.

To the first floor is a family bathroom, master bedroom and bedroom two which is a single. Outside the property is set well back from the road and has substantial driveway and parking area. Also benefits from an outside office, former cattery outbuildings, utility area and storage. Large tandem garage with office/sun-room attached. The traditional gardens are a particular feature being well established, adjoining countryside views. The property benefits from electric heating throughout and double glazing.


Measurements
Sitting Room 11'09 x 17'07
Kitchen 13'03 x 18'00
Dining Room 13'01 x 16'11
Bedroom 3 8'03 x 7'09
Shower Room/W.C 4'09 x 5'04
Bedroom One 9'07 x 13'01
Family Bathroom 10'08 x 8'05
Bedroom Two 6'10 x 9'07
Garage 11'0 x 32'09

Useful Information
Council tax band: C £1,579.19 2019/20
Tenure: Freehold
Postcode: LE657 2RF
Built: 1800s
Central heating: Electric
Boiler age: tbc
Boiler: electric
Local authority: NWLDC
Water meter: No
Rear garden: tbc
Loft space: insulated

Location
Heather is a semi rural village between Ibstock and Ashby-de-la-Zouch. The village has a convenience store, a well regarded primary school and two public houses. The village is most famous for its scarecrow festival, which takes place every summer.