LILAC COTTAGE BRIDEGATE LANE, RUSHCLIFFE LE14 3AA, UK

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Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 1

Receptions: 2

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Last Sold: JUL 2004

Price: £280000


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Agents think: £439,950  1 agent(s) valuations found

HPI banks think: £433,968


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Royston & Lund Estate Agents Agent Valuation of this property is £439,950

Description:


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Nestled away in the heart of the sought after village of Hickling, with stunning countryside views over the neighbouring farmland, is this cosy family cottage boasting a wealth of characterful features and charm.

A sizable entrance porch gives access to the entrance hallway with storage where there is access leading to both the dining room and the kitchen breakfast room. The dining room offers a welcoming feel with wood-burning stove and beams overhead. The lounge is situated to the rear of the property and also benefits from a wood-burning stove and views over the Vale of Belvoir. The kitchen has dual aspects overlooking front and rear gardens with dining to the front. Upstairs are three double bedrooms with a well proportioned bathroom. Both the main bedroom and bathroom enjoy far reaching views over the countryside and the property is also gas central heated.

Hickling Village is an attractive village situated in the beautiful surroundings of The Vale of Belvoir, on the Nottinghamshire/Leicestershire border. This charming property lies in the centre of this lovely village offering an idyllic escape to the country. Kinoulton Primary School is extremely sought after and is approx 5 minutes drive by car.

Hickling lies within the boundaries of Rushcliffe Borough Council, on the Grantham Canal. The village has good commuter links to Nottingham, Leicester, Newark, as well as Loughborough and the market towns of Melton Mowbray and Grantham, where there is a high speed rail link to London.

Much of the village lies within a Conservation area. The village church, St Lukes, dates from the 14th century and The Plough public house is very much a focal point for the village, along with the Wharf Tea Room providing good home produced food and a welcome atmosphere. The village holds several annual events including the Hickling Scarecrow Festival.

Additional Services

We offer a range of additional referral services to clients to aid them in their sale or purchase. It is your decision as to whether you choose to use any of these services.
In making that decision, please be aware that Royston and Lund will receive a referral fee of £65 (inc vat)for conveyancing services, from the companies that we recommend,
We receive a difference of £35 (inc vat) for the arrangement and administration of each epc and floorplan through Talkgreen property surveyors.
With the referral of mortgages and mortgage related products, our average fee that we receive from Financial Services is £175 (inc vat)

Agents Note

The property has previously been granted planning permission to extend into and above the garage, as well as off the rear of the kitchen.

Services

The property is gas central heated and is on a mains drainage system.

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