FULL DESCRIPTION Offering outstanding views of Broughton Hills and the open countryside to the rear, this three bedroom, semi-detached home sits on a generous plot and is a unique opportunity to live in a rural setting within easy access to Melton Mowbray, Nottingham, Loughborough and Leicester.
ENTRANCE HALL UPVC door into the entrance hall with a double glazed window to the side, stairs rising to the first floor and doors off to;
WET-ROOM Comprising of a shower and wash hand basin, obscure glazed window, radiator and extractor fan.
KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM Fitted with a modern range of wall, base and drawer units, roll edge work surfaces, stainless steel sink and drainer unit, integrated electric oven and space for a freestanding fridge freezer. Double glazed window over looking the rear garden and fields beyond, radiator, built-in pantry, fitted storage cupboards, ample room for a breakfast table and tiled flooring and access to the conservatory.
CONSERVATORY Brick built and offering wonderful views of the field and countryside, tiled flooring and further storage cupboard off. Access to the rear garden and Utility Room.
UTILITY ROOM With a sink unit, drainer and WC.
LOUNGE/DINER Having two double glazed windows to the front aspect allowing plenty of natural light to flood this good sized lounge, radiator, open fireplace, carpet flooring and under stair storage cupboard providing storage space.
LANDING Taking the stairs from the entrance hall to the first floor having a double glazed window to the front aspect, access to the loft space and doors off to;
CLOAKROOM Comprising of a low flush WC and wash hand basin.
MASTER BEDROOM Having two double glazed windows to the front aspect, radiator and recently re-fitted carpet flooring.
BEDROOM TWO Having a double glazed window to the rear aspect with views over the open countryside, radiator and recently re-fitted carpet flooring.
BEDROOM THREE Having a double glazed window to the rear aspect with views over the open countryside, radiator and carpet flooring.
OUTSIDE THE FRONT Brick driveway providing ample off road parking, picket fence and hedge front offering privacy and a low maintenance front garden with a flower and shrub border,.
REAR GARDEN Double gates leading to the large rear garden with a paved patio area adjacent to the house, flower beds, garden shed and a formal lawn. The boundary is secured with mature hedging and backs out onto open countryside making it nice and private.
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Old Dalby is a rural village with an active community. It has its own primary and pre-schools, Church, Scouts, Cubs and Beaver Building at Queensway, and a retirement home, Hunter's Lodge. There is also a well known ancient 17th Century Inn "The Crown," which sells real ales and seasonal fare and has open fires and landscaped gardens. Before and early in the Second World War an Ordnance Depot was established to the east of the village serving as a storage depot for machinery, associated spares and tools. The depot closed in 1996 and now serves as Old Dalby Business Park. The camp grew nearby to house the workers and military personnel for the depot was originally a series of Nissen huts housing nearly 3,500 soldiers and around 300 prisoners of war. These later became derelict, and a housing estate developed there which is now a separate settlement known as Queensway.
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