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Substantial four-bedroom detached family home in a non-estate location with far-reaching open views to the rear over paddock land. Fitted to a high standard with a rear garden with sun terraces & summer house.
OVERVIEW This is a substantial and four-bedroom detached family home, designed by architects Alexander & Thomas and built by local builders Brown & Shaw in 2016. It is in a non-estate location with far-reaching open views to the rear over paddock land. Ash House sits on the fringe of the highly desirable village of Belton in Rutland, close to the border with Leicestershire.
Arranged over two floors and fitted to a high standard throughout, the accommodation comprises an impressive full-height entrance hall. The lounge has a feature fireplace and aspects to front and rear. The spacious open plan kitchen/dining room has oak features, a Belling range-style cooker, feature central island and French double doors leading out to the rear gardens. There is a study or family room, plus a utility room, with cloakroom off and access into the integral garage. At first floor level, the landing leads to four double bedrooms and a family bathroom; the master bedroom is larger than average and benefits from an en-suite bathroom.
Externally, there is an integral double garage with gravelled parking for four vehicles to the front. The rear garden was designed by local garden designer Vicki Bradley and has sun terraces and a summer house with fantastic views over paddock land to the rolling hills of High Leicestershire.
The picturesque village of Belton in Rutland lies close to the border of Leicestershire and is surrounded by delightful open countryside, with many lanes and tracks for cycling or walking. The village itself has a public house, parish church, secret garden for recreational purposes and a pre-school. Belton lies approximately 4 miles west of Uppingham and some 13 miles north east of Market Harborough, both of which have an excellent range of shops, restaurants, bars, a theatre and leisure opportunities. The nearby A47 provides access to Leicester and Peterborough offering more comprehensive amenities. For the commuters, both Market Harborough and Peterborough have mainline rail services to London.