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Substantial stone farmhouse with first floor views of rolling countryside across the Vale of Belvoir. This property benefits from spacious and well-proportioned rooms throughout, plus two staircases allowing for flexible annexe style accommodation.
Substantial stone farmhouse with first floor views overlooking rolling countryside across the Vale of Belvoir. This property benefits from spacious and well-proportioned rooms throughout, plus two staircases allowing for flexible annexe style accommodation.
The accommodation briefly comprises of an entrance hall leading through to the family room with a multi-fuel burner set within a bare brick fireplace and exposed beams to the ceiling, dining room, garden room with French doors opening out to the rear garden and a side door to the off road parking area and garage, lounge with a feature Inglenook fireplace housing a multi-fuel burner with a wooden seat along an exposed stone wall and quarry tile flooring, this room offers a great space for family living. Large breakfast kitchen with a range of fitted units incorporating integrated appliances to include an induction hob, extractor unit, Neff electric oven, AGA and dishwasher, dual aspect windows, quarry tiled flooring and a door through to the utility room. A second staircase leads to the master suite on the first floor. At first floor level, the landing leads to three double bedrooms (bedroom three having an en-suite), a dressing room and a four-piece family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from dual aspect windows, one of which is a large arched window giving outstanding views across open countryside, brick chimney breast with redundant fireplace and exposed beams. To the second floor, there are three double bedrooms (bedroom four with an en-suite) and a further shower room. All three bedrooms on the second floor benefit from Velux windows and exposed beams.
Externally, there is a large gravelled parking area secured behind metal gates which can accommodate several vehicles, a brickbuilt garage with electric roller door with ladder up to a mezzanine storage area plus a further storage/workshop area with storage area above and a rear garden being mainly laid to lawn with a range of mature shrubs. The oil tank is situated in one side of a stone-built outbuilding (the oil boiler is also accommodated in the kitchen of the main property), with a log store to the other side.
The village of Croxton Kerrial is located on the edge the renowned Vale Of Belvoir and is within easy reach of the historic Belvoir Castle. It offers fantastic amenities to include a popular pub/restaurant, doctors’ surgery, primary school and a regular bus service. The village is particularly well placed for easy access to the market towns of Melton Mowbray and Grantham with its mainline trains to London Kings Cross and within close proximity to the A1.