You can not fail to be impressed by the stunning detached family home. Immaculately presented throughout, this beautiful property stands proud on a sizeable plot set in 0.58 of an acre, located in the heart of the much sought after village of Burton Joyce. The rear garden is a delight and must been seen to be appreciated. CALL GASCOINES NOW TO VIEW!
Nestled away in a quiet picturesque setting, is this delightful detached residence with enviable surrounding, including a bespoke Victorian style courtyard with water feature and mature established rear garden comparable to a country park. The accommodation has been thoughtfully and expertly renovated throughout with a sleek, stylish interior. Offering flexible living which in brief comprises of four double bedrooms and two family bathrooms, two reception rooms and a stunning open plan dining kitchen. Burton Joyce is a sought after village location on the River Trent with both rail links to London and direct bus routes into Nottingham City Centre. The village amenities include a Co-op, Post Office, Public Houses/Restaurants, Doctors, Chemist, Dentist and a Primary School.
4.45m x 2.29m (14'7" x 7'6")
Enter the property through the hardwood front door with two obscure glazed windows either side into the light and airy hallway with wood effect flooring, under-stairs cupboard, further double storage cupboard and stairs to the first floor.
Useful downstairs cloakroom with low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and wood floor.
7.26m x 5.64m (23'10" x 18'6")
Spacious 23” family living room decorated stylishly decorated in calming relaxing tones, with elegant coving and celling rose. Double glazed bow windows to the front aspect, feature marble fireplace with ornate wood mantel and inset log burning stove, wood effect floor and sliding doors to the conservatory.
3.56m x 3.43m (11'8" x 11'3")
Double glazed and brick built construction with windows to the side and rear, wood effect flooring, radiator and television point.
7.09m x 6.35m (23'3" x 20'10")
The heart of the home! This stunning breakfast kitchen really does have the wow factor! Having an impressive range of wall, base and drawer units, commentary granite work surfaces and upstands, one and a half bowl sink and drainer unit, eve level integrated Beko electric double oven and hob with cooker hood. There is also an integrated dishwasher and fridge, two feature fireplaces with log burning stoves, ceramic tiled floor, storage cupboard, window to the rear and double glazed French doors to the garden. The island unit provides storage and breakfast bar seating. An arch way leads through to:
4.39m x 3.96m (14'5" x 13'0")
Perfect for entertaining, this spacious dining area, is light and bright with bay window to the rear with views across the garden, curved radiator, marble effect tiled flooring and decorative coving.
Large utility room with space for two American style fridge freezers, fitted base units and worktops, inset Belfast sink with mixer tap, space and plumbing for washing machine, low flush WC and wood effect flooring
2.72m x 2.29m (8'11" x 7'6" )
L-shaped inner hall, loft hatch, wood effect floor, radiator and doors to rooms. There is a large attic which is accessible from the small hall, via a slingsby ladder, solid wood floor with window overlooking rear garden. It also features strip lighting and offers plenty of storage space. It could also have the potential for a bedroom loft conversion/playroom.
3.66m x 3.63m (12'0" x 11'11")
Double bedroom with sliding patio doors to the garden, wood effect floor. fitted wardrobes and radiator in decorative cover.
3.66m x 3.05m (12'0" x 10'0")
This bedroom also has sliding patio doors to the garden, fitted wardrobes, radiator, ceiling rose and wood effect floor.
3.33m x 2.34m (10'11" x 7'8" )
Window to side aspect, fitted storage units with desk and drawers, currently used as a home office.
2.62m x 2.41m (8'7" x 7'11")
Recessed short bath with mosaque tiled inset, low level WC, pedestal wash basin inset in vanity unit, tiled floor, part mirrored walls.
5.64m x 4.45m (18'6" x 14'7")
Located on the first floor with windows to the front and rear aspects, wood effect floor, feature open fireplace and a radiator.
Tranquil bathroom with white suite comprising panelled bath, wash hand basin and low flush WC, window to the rear aspect, radiator and wood effect floor.
Squirrels Leap sits on a generous plot, set back from the road with secure gated entrance providing ample parking and a turning area. Mature trees, including Robena Grisham and specimen acers are a welcome addition to this unique property. To the rear of the property there is also wooded landscaping and stunning trees such as an American oak, Acer, Yew and decorative evergreens. In addition, and there is an integrated barbecue, Bespoke Victorian style courtyard, with water feature and Folly, a true haven for birds and butterflies alike. There is also a summer house and storage shed along with a Gazebo which is a replica of Jeff Hamilton's providing power and light.
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Council Tax Band F
Freehold with vacant possession.
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