Victorian cottage on High Street, Leadenham, on the market with Richard Watkinson and Partners, Newark
A Victorian semi‐detached two bedroom cottage in Leadenham is on the market for £400,000 with Richard Watkinson and Partners, Newark.
The property, on High Street, has spacious living accommodation and has been refurbished to a high standard throughout.
Built with local Ancaster stone, and brick elevations, the cottage is decorated and presented to a high standard with bespoke fittings.
There is an open-plan living and dining kitchen featuring bespoke free-standing French kitchen units and Hereford brown flagstone floor.
A feature of the lounge is the brick arch fireplace with arch opening to the dining room featuring an original restored cast iron range with open grate, hob plate, kettle stand and bread oven.
From the dining room, contemporary design aluminium framed French doors lead to the patio terrace and rear garden.
There is also a utility room and wc, and a rear hallway/boot room that could be used as work-from-home space.
The bathroom has a boutique-style design and a bespoke suite including high cistern wc and a 16-gauge handcrafted copper Slipper bath with dragon feet.
Upstairs, the master bedroom has a full height vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and trusses. An access ladder to a feature gallery above the bedroom, which could be used as a novelty reading area.
Bedroom two is a double room overlooking the rear garden.
Outside, to the front there are centre opening wrought iron gates leading to a gravelled driveway.
The rear garden is enclosed and secluded allowing a good degree of privacy and is laid out with lawned areas, a variety of trees and cottage style borders.
Additionally, there is a patio terrace to the rear of the house with decking and a further stone paved patio terrace with pergola over which forms an outdoor kitchen/barbeque area.
There is also a greenhouse, vegetable garden with planters and a stone retaining wall and an out building with pan-tile roof covering.