Main Street, Cottesmore, Oakham
- 1 bathrooms
About the property
- Semi - detached stone cottage
- Rutland village
- Two bedrooms
- Separate dining room
- No chain
This two bedroom semi - detached stone cottage situated in the Rutland village of Cottesmore would be ideal for a first time buyer with a separate dining room and good size rear garden and in need of some modernisation this is a property you really must see.
Viewing Day - Saturday 23rd April, 1.30pm-3pm, call to book an appointment.
Door to the
4.27m x 3.33m (14' x 10'.11") Double glazed window to front aspect, gas fire with brick surround and wood mantel over with slabbed hearth, telephone point, double radiator, door to the dining room.
4.42m max into recess x 2.77m max (14'.06" max into recess x 9'.01" max) Stairs to first floor landing with under stairs storage cupboard, meter cupboard, double radiator, door to the rear hallway.
Door leading out to the rear garden, door to wet room, door to the kitchen.
2.72m x 2.59m (8'.11" x 8'.06") Range of eye level units, cupboards and drawers with matching worktop space over, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and tiled splashbacks, fridge space, plumbing for washing machine, electric point for cooker, double radiator, double glazed window to rear aspect.
Three piece suite comprising a shower enclosure, close coupled Wc, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled splashbacks, double glazed window to rear aspect.
First floor Landing
4.42m max x 3.35m (14'.06" max x 11' max) Double glazed window to front aspect, wall mounted boiler, double radiator, airing cupboard.
4.42m max x 2.82m max (14'.06" max x 9'.03" max) L shaped room with double glazed windows to rear and side aspects, double radiator.
The front elevated garden has a variety of shrubs and a pathway that leads down the side of the property, side gated access into the good size rear garden which is lawned with split level paved and gravel patio seating areas and an outbuilding.
It is our understanding that the Property is not registered at the Land Registry which is the case with a significant proportion of land across England and Wales. Your conveyancer will take the necessary steps and advise you accordingly.
Agents Note: There will be an overage clause added to the sales contract for a period of 10 years years for the uplift in value should the land gain planning permission during this time. It is recommended any prospective purchasers seek advice from their legal advisor regarding this.