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23 North End Hallaton, Market Harborough Guide Price £699,950

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  • 2,368 sq ft Accommodation + Garage, Store & Office
  • Enacted Planning Permission Ref 17/00076/FUL
  • Sitting Room & Dining Room
  • Breakfast Kitchen, Large Boot Room
  • Cloakroom, Home Office
  • Character, Charm, Stone Floors
  • Beams, Log Burning Stoves, Fireplaces
  • Five Bedrooms over Two Floors
  • Bathroom & Further Cloakroom
  • West Facing Garden, Garage, Driveway, Store,

A fabulous five bedroom family home with an abundance of character.
Excellent schooling & 9 miles to Market Harborough train station (under the hour to London St Pancras)


The highly sought-after village of Hallaton, lies in the stunning Welland Valley, just 9 miles from Market Harborough and 7 miles from Uppingham. Hallaton has a real sense of community, with the village primary school, church, The Stenning Hall, an award winning museum, & two pubs (The Fox is due to reopen by the end of 2023). The village holds a famous bottle kicking ritual and "Hare Pie Scramble", which take place on Easter Monday.


The village has its own highly regarded Primary School. There is a wide selection of state and independent schooling in the area including other local village primary schools and the well-regarded UCC (Uppingham Community College) for secondary education. Additional secondary schooling is available locally at Market Harborough and Kibworth, whilst notable private secondary schooling options are available at Leicester Grammar School, Uppingham, Oakham, Maidwell, Stamford and Oundle Schools.


Market Harborough train station (9 miles) offers swift access to London St Pancras from 57 minutes, making the area an excellent location for those wishing to travel regularly to London for leisure or work purposes. The Midlands road network is also within easy reach - A47, A1, A6, A14, M1 & M6 all easily accessible.


This striking brick house with a slate roof was believed to originally have been constructed in the 1700s, has planning permission 17/00076/FUL for a two storey rear extension, part single storey side & rear extension, which has been enacted. The solid oak front door opens into a hall which leads off to a large dining room with log burning stove set in a brick inglenook fireplace with salt cupboards and bressummer. This room and the charming sitting room both have stone flooring, and original wooden pull up shutters. The sitting room has another log burning stove and handsome alcove cupboards/shelving. The breakfast kitchen with its gas fired Aga has views over the garden whilst to the other side of the rear hall leading to the garden, are the boot room/utility and a cloakroom.


A landing, beautifully lit by an fan topped window, leads to three bedrooms on the first floor, two being particularly generous sized doubles both with original fireplaces, whilst all three have fitted storage. The family bathroom has a free standing rolltop bath and separate shower unit. On the second floor are two further large double bedrooms, both with storage, and sharing a cloakroom with wc and basin.


The private gardens are west facing and enclosed mainly with lovely brick walling. The owners lead a busy family/work life so have AstroTurf laid for ease of maintenance. The independent home office is a great place to work from, whilst a brick store, log store, detached garage and driveway with car charging facilities complete the outside of this super property.


All main services are connected. Gas fired central heating. Log burning stoves in sitting room & dining room. Facility for car charging point.


Band F


Not required as this is a Grade II Listed Property.


Viewing by prior appointment with the Agents - CALL McCALLUM MARSH.


Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, all parties should note: i The description and photographs are for guidance only and are not a complete representation of the property. ii Plans are not to scale; are for guidance only and do not form part of the contract. iii Services and any appliances referred to have not been tested and cannot be verified as being in working order. iv No survey of any part of the property has been carried out by the Vendor or McCallum Marsh. v Measurements are approximate and must not be relied upon. Maximum appropriate room sizes are generally given to the nearest 0.1 metres. Outbuildings are measured externally (unless otherwise stated) to the nearest 0.5 metres; an approximate Imperial equivalent is also given. vi Only those items referred to in the text of these particulars are included. vii Nothing in these particulars or any related discussions forms part of any contract unless expressly incorporated within a subsequent written agreement.

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23 North End Hallaton
Market Harborough LE16 8UJ
County: Leicestershire
Sale Type: Under Offer
Ref #: 00001104
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