UPVC double glazed entrance door and window, stairs to first floor, under-stairs cupboard, radiator.
A delightful main reception room. UPVC double glazed bay window to front, double radiator, fitted carpet. Large brick built fireplace.
A good sized second reception room which is open plan through to the kitchen. Fitted carpet, radiator, brick built fireplace..
Situated in the extended part of the ground floor accommodation this is a generously sized kitchen-diner. UPVC double glazed door and two windows to rear, double radiator, tiled flooring. Fitted with a range of base, drawer & eye level units, ample work surfaces with tiled surrounds, one and a half bowl sink unit. Built-in electric oven & hob. Integrated fridge.
UPVC double glazed window to side, vinyl flooring, pantry, wash hand basin, provision for washing machine, wall mounted combination boiler.
UPVC double glazed window to side, fitted carpet.
A generously sized double bedroom. UPVC double glazed bay window to front, fitted carpet, radiator.
Another good sized double bedroom. UPVC double glazed window to rear, fitted carpet, radiator, access to loft with ladder.
UPVC double glazed window to front, fitted carpet, radiator.
UPVC double glazed opaque window, double radiator, fully tiled walls, panelled corner bath with electric shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, wc.
The front of the property has a tarmac driveway providing parking for 3 cars parked side-by-side. The driveway continues to the side of the property but becomes quite narrow leading to single detached garage (16'11 x 8'2) with roller shutter door, light & power.
The East facing rear garden is approx 120' long and has paved patio, lawns, shrubs, trees, fenced and hedged boundaries.
Groby (pronounced Grew-Bee) is a sought after village with a population of approx 7,000. One of the main reasons for the village's popularity is the range of schools for all ages, including three primary schools, Brookvale High School and the adjoining Six Form College. There is a busy Everard's pub The Stamford Arms, ex-servicemens club, a selection of take-aways, St Philip & St James church and a range of local shops including Flowers & Flint a deli and gift shop. There are many period properties built of local stone and flint including The Old Hall with connections to Lady Jane Grey. There is easy access to M1, A46 & A50 main routes. Groby has access to local beauty spots such as Groby Pool, Martinshaw Woods and numerous recreational areas around the village.
This property falls within Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council (www.hinckley-bosworth.gov.uk)
It has a Council Tax Band of C which means a charge of £1,864.95 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.
For more information regarding school catchment areas please go to www.leicestershire.gov.uk/education-and-children/schools-colleges-and-academies/find-a-school