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18 Devonshire Square
LE11 3DT

Beveridge Street, Barrow Upon Soar, LE12

Price guide £249,950 Sold (STC)

3 Bedroom Cottage

A double fronted grade ll listed period cottage with three good sized bedrooms in this highly regarded location in the ancient heart of Barrow upon Soar. Situated within easy walking distance of the village centre amenities, bus routes, local schooling and the midland mainline train station, the property offers two reception rooms and fitted kitchen plus ground floor WC and an enclosed rear garden with potential for off street parking. Offered with no upward chain.


Barrow upon Soar is an area renowned for its fossil findings and today Barrow is an attractive thriving village with its situation between Leicester & Loughborough & easy access to the M1 & M69 motorways & excellent public transport links for travel to the universities of Loughborough, Leicester & Nottingham. The village's amenities include schools, shops, churches, public houses, a library & a health centre. Plus the railway station offers rail commuters access to cities to the north & south.


An EPC assessment has been carried out on this property with the rate being E. For a full copy of the report visit using the postcode to search.


With beamed ceiling and light point, smoke alarm and panelled door to the front elevation. Wide full width staircase immediately ahead rising to the first floor with central heating thermostat to side wall, doors at either side lead off to the following rooms:


SITTING ROOM 3.89m max x 3.27m (12'9" max x 10'9")Having feature fireplace with living flame fire inset to the side wall, built-in double cupboard, exposed beams, wall light points, radiator with thermostat and sash cord window to the front elevation. An additional door leads to the rear hallway.


THROUGH LOUNGE/DINING ROOM 5.55m x 3.11m max 2.18m min (18'3" x 10'2" max 7'2" min)Having exposed ceiling beams throughout, wall light points, feature open fireplace with tiled hearth and Oak surround, two central heating radiators, sash cord window to the front elevation and a door off at side through to:


REAR HALLHaving radiator and external timber panelled door to the rear elevation, beamed ceiling with light point, tiled floor, under-stairs store off and two doors leading to the following rooms:


1.20m x 0.98m (3'11" x 3'3")With a corner mounted wash basin, low flush WC, tiled floor matching the rear hall, sliding obscure glazed sash window, beamed ceiling with light point.


KITCHEN 4m max x 2.19m (13'1" max x 7'2")With a small chimney breast intrusion to corner, fitted units to all four walls at least in part with work-surfaces, tiled splash-backs, built in oven, hob and extractor, stainless steel sink with drainer, space for appliances, multi section sliding sash window to the property's rear elevation, beamed ceiling, light point and central heating radiator.


FIRST FLOOR LANDINGWith a small split level difference between two sections of landing and ceiling light point with four solid Oak latch and brace doors leading off to all three bedrooms and the modern family bathroom.


BEDROOM ONE 3.89m max x 3.27m (12'9" max x 10'9")With chimney breast intrusion filling most of the side wall plus ceiling light point, radiator with thermostat, sliding sash window to the property's front elevation and built-in closet/store off.


3.13m x 3.26m (10'3" x 10'8")With chimney breast intrusion, radiator with thermostat, ceiling light point and sliding sash window to the property's front elevation.


3.22m x 2.18m (10'7" x 7'2")With central heating radiator, single opening casement window to the rear elevation, ceiling light point and built-in wardrobe/store off with internal hanging rail.


FAMILY BATHROOM 3.99m x 2.19m (13'1" x 7'2")Having been fully re-appointed with a modern four piece suite comprising of a good sized shower cubicle with rain-head shower and separate hand shower plus full height tiling, panelled bath with tiled surround, close coupled WC with tiled surround and vanity wash basin with storage and tiling to surround. Chrome finish towel radiator, multiple low voltage down-lights, ceiling extractor, obscure glazed single opening casement window to the rear elevation and twin built-in cupboards for linen and the other housing the hot water cylinder and central heating boiler.


OUTSIDEThe property abuts directly to the pavement on Beveridge Street with an access-way to the left hand side of the property providing pedestrian and vehicular access (subject to confirmation to the rear garden).
The rear garden is mainly paved and gravelled for ease of maintenance with a paved patio space with standing at the side for a shed to the immediate rear. Next to the shed is a gate leading to the aforementioned entry, beyond which is a further gravelled and planted space with a variety of mature shrubs and plants.

IMPORTANT: All measurements are approximate. Floor plans and plot plans are carefully measured but are approximate and for guidance only. These details are prepared by ourselves on instruction of the property owner and any fixtures, services and equipment referenced within have not been tested by Moore & York and no Warranty(ies) can be given. These particulars are intended to give a fair representation of the property but accuracy cannot be guaranteed, nor do they in any way constitute an offer or contract. No person in our employment is able to make factual claims or give guarantees regarding this property – if there are points you wish to have clarified before making an offer please make enquiries with ourselves directly or via your appointed legal advisor.

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