A welcoming entrance hall with modern double glazed composite entrance door, radiator, fitted carpet. Door to enclosed stairs to first floor, useful understairs storage cupboard & separate cloaks cupboard.
A useful downstairs toilet. UPVC double glazed window, radiator, wash hand basin, wc.
A cosy living room facing the front aspect of the property. UPVC double glazed window to front, radiator, fitted carpet, gas fire set in attractive fireplace.
A recently refitted modern kitchen facing the rear aspect of the property. UPVC double glazed door and window to rear, laminate flooring, radiator, ample space for a table and chairs. The kitchen is well appointed with a range of modern base, drawer and eye-level units, work surfaces, composite sink unit with mixer taps. There is provision for all usual appliances and the cooker and washing machine could be included in the sale if required. There is a pantry store and a wall mounted Ideal combi boiler serves the central heating and hot water.
Fitted carpet, storage cupboard, access to loft.
UPVC double glazed window to front, laminate floor, radiator, built-in wardrobes.
UPVC double glazed window to rear, laminate floor, radiator, built-in wardrobes.
UPVC double glazed window to front, fitted carpet, radiator.
Fitted with a contemporary white suite. UPVC double glazed window to rear, vinyl flooring, half-tiled walls, radiator. The walk-in shower enclosure has a mains shower and waterproof wallboarding, vanity wash hand basin, wc
The property is well set back from the road with a green area to both front and side.
There is ample parking nearby in the street to the front and a tarmac hard standing parking area to the side.
The rear gardens are easy maintained, mainly gravelled with borders, timber shed and fenced boundaries.
Ratby is a thriving and popular village with a population of approx 4,500. There is a well regarded primary school, three pubs, St Philip & St James church and a range of shopping facilities including a relatively new Co-op store on the site of the old Geary bakery. There is nearby open countryside including The Burroughs, Martinshaw Woods and a large conservation area. There is easy access to M1, A46 & A50 main routes. Ratby is particularly known for its friendly community and the Ratby Brass Band (founded 1906). At the centre of the village is the Angel of Peace unveiled in 1920. Regular bus services into Leicester serve the village and Leicester train station is approx 7 miles away.
This property falls within Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council (www.hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk)
It has a Council Tax Band of B which means a charge of £1,635.74 for tax year ending March 2024
Please note: When a property changes ownership local authorities do reserve the right to re-calculate council tax bands.
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