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Well located, generously proportioned, and with a tranquil garden and parking, No.44 has it all, and then some.
The traditional, ornamental architecture gives this handsome home immediate kerb appeal. Set back from the road, a path leads up through the garden to the glazed front door. Step over the threshold from the storm porch and you’ll discover a stylish interior, worthy of any design magazine.
A stunning monochrome tiled floor welcomes you into the entrance hallway. Just off here, the warming crackle from the open fireplace entices you into the living room, where ceilings are high and the space is airy. Plantation shutters diffuse the light through the sash bay window and frame the view onto the garden.
A built-in drinks cabinet and traditional log burner feature in the kitchen and dining room. Pour yourself an apéritif, grab some nibbles, and catch up on the day. This space is beautifully open plan, to keep the conversation flowing. From weekend family brunches to midweek suppers, the luxury kitchen takes care of everything.
There’s an expanse of contrasting worktops and a Rangemaster oven to whip up a storm, and plenty of room to sit and enjoy eating together. You’ll find oodles of storage throughout, and the complementary utility room is a saviour for household chores.
A contemporary glass balustrade staircase leads to three stylish bedrooms, all bathed in natural light. There are two good-sized bedrooms on the first floor, one of which is perfect for a child’s bedroom or home office (broadband is excellent). Meanwhile, the Principal bedroom stretches across the entire width of the home, and features a gorgeous, modern en suite bathroom. Sash windows are dressed in shutters for a cool, contemporary feel.
Escape to the deep, freestanding bathtub in the family bathroom, fitted with a modern twist on a traditional suite, for some ‘me-time’ and send calls to voicemail.
There's a further spacious double bedroom on the second floor, with its top-to-toe fitted wardrobes. Skylights provide endless opportunities to cloud-spot by day, whenever mindfulness calls, and stargaze by night. A new, luxury en suite shower room, finished to a high specification, completes the look.
The landscaped rear garden provides a peaceful oasis for relaxation and entertaining alike. Find your inner zen on the lawn, or fire up the BBQ and get the drinks flowing on the patio area. Steps lead down to the driveway beyond, where there’s ample room to park three cars.
- Three words : Victorian. Contemporary. Stylish.
- Tenure - Freehold
- EPC Rating - D
- Total Internal Size - 1259 sq ft
- Local Council Authority - NWLDC
- Council Tax Band - B
- Broadband Speed -Ultrafast 1000 Mbps 50 Mbps
- Services - Mains connected water, electric, gas and drainage
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- Property Direction - North
- Total Internal Size - 1259 sq ft
For the night owl's
Ashby de-la-Zouch is a sought after market town in Leicestershire with a great sense of community. The town has been awarded Purple Flag Status, meaning it surpasses the standards of excellence in managing the evening and night time economy. The town’s nightlife has been heralded as entertaining, diverse, safe and enjoyable and with a wonderful range of restaurants, cocktail bars, nightclubs, micro-pubs and old fashioned drinking establishments, you won’t be short of places to go. If you love to socialise late into the evening you’ll feel right at home in Ashby!
Birmingham and Nottingham has been greatly relieved by the introduction of the A42 and A511 bypasses, which replace the A453 and A50, respectively.
There are plenty of education options as Ashby is home to 5 local primary schools, Ivanhoe College and Ashby School.