4 bed Detached House

Guide Price £600,000

Whatton Road, Kegworth, Derby

Property Description

Situated in an elevated position with outstanding views on the very edge of Kegworth and within 12.36 acres, an exceptionally rare opportunity to acquire a detached family home with a group of original buildings and offering considerable potential for extension, subject to any planning consents/approvals. Ideal for those wishing to run a business or acquiring storage, the property is ideally located for commuting and access to the village facilities. The property offers mains gas fired central heating, replacement sealed unit double glazing, new roof and currently offers three bedrooms, en-suite shower room and family bathroom.

The Property Kenilworth House has been in the current families ownership since built in the early 1950s. Ideal for those with equestrian or horticultural interests, the property occupies a hilltop setting just outside the village with far reaching views. Kegworth's excellent local facilities and amenities are on the doorstep and the new Kegworth bypass ensures fast access to the M1, the train hub and all the employment centres now developing around the East Midlands Airport. Loughborough, Leicester, Nottingham and Derby are all within easy commuting distance, the M1 providing access to both north and south and the M42 direct access to Birmingham and the south west. The property has been considerably improved over recent years to include the high quality replacement sealed unit double glazing throughout and a completely new roof including fascias and soffits in 2019. The property currently offers three bedrooms but offers considerable potential for extension and remodelling to create further accommodation, subject of course to any necessary consents/approvals. An original group of farm buildings provides further options for those with business interests or requiring storage with the potential to create a new group of buildings if required. The property also offers obvious market gardening and smallholding potential with the an adjacent 8.8 acre field producing a useful rental income and being currently let on an annually renewable lease with a local farmer. The lease has recently been renewed until September 2020.

Accommodation The property is entered via a storm porch through multi-paned front door into:

Spacious Reception Hall With stairs to first floor, radiator with shelf, cupboard off under stairs, uPVC replacement double glazed windows to front and side and off:

Living Room17'3" x 11'11" (5.26m x 3.63m). With replacement uPVC double glazed picture window to front, further matching windows to side, two radiators, open fronted fireplace with tiled surround and hearth, telephone point, TV aerial point and uPVC double glazed sliding door to:

Small Rear Conservatory With uPVC picture window to rear and door to side.

Separate Dining Room13'1" x 12' (3.99m x 3.66m). With open fronted fireplace, tiled hearth and mantel, radiator with shelf, uPVC double glazed picture window to front.

Breakfast Kitchen10'10" x 11'2" (3.3m x 3.4m). With double drainer stainless steel sink, range of roll edge work surfaces, base cupboards and drawers, eye level units, integrated appliances including a New World fan assisted electric double oven, four ring Hotpoint gas hob, ceramic tiled flooring, radiator, uPVC double glazed window overlooking the rear garden, part tiling and double doors to:

Utility Room8'7" x 6'1" (2.62m x 1.85m). With a radiator, plumbing for washing machine, controls for central heating, door and window through to:

Rear Hall With uPVC double glazed door and windows, cupboard off with shelving, access of to garage and off:

Cloakroom With low level WC, full height tiling and uPVC double glazed window.

On the First Floor Approached via a staircase from the reception hall:

First Floor Landing With uPVC replacement double glazed window, three built-in hanging wardrobes, radiator and off:

Bedroom One11'2" x 12' (3.4m x 3.66m). With uPVC double glazed windows to front and side overlooking front gardens and outstanding views beyond towards Charnwood Forest, radiator, off:

En-suite Shower Room11'11" x 5'3" (3.63m x 1.6m). With fully tiled walk-in shower with Triton electric shower unit, wash hand basin, tiled splashbacks, low level WC, uPVC double glazed windows to side and rear and shaver point.

Bedoom Two11'11" x 11' (3.63m x 3.35m). With two double and two single hanging wardrobes with a range of top boxes, chest of drawers, uPVC double glazed window overlooking the front garden and views beyond towards Charnwood Forest, further chest of three drawers with shelving and radiator.

Bedroom Three12'1" x 8'4" (3.68m x 2.54m). With uPVC double glazed window overlooking gardens, paddocks and open views beyond over Kegworth, telephone point and access off to:

Attic Store Room16'10" maximum x 4'7" (5.13m maximum x 1.4m). Providing excellent storage in the roof eaves and uPVC double glazed window.

Family Bathroom With a white suite comprising panelled bath and pedestal wash hand basin, half height matching tiling, uPVC replacement double glazed window and heated towel rail.

Separate WC With low level suite, half height tiling, uPVC double glazed window to rear.

Outside A particular feature of the property is the size of the gardens and surrounding land together with an excellent range of useful farm buildings. Situated on the very edge Kegworth with excellent access from the new ringroad, a private drive leads in via a six bar gate to provide hardstanding for a number of vehicles and leading in turn to an integral single garage with double doors, fitted light and power.

The Gardens The front gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with variety of attractive shrubberies, plants and trees and enclosed on all sides by a mature hedge and therefore enjoying excellent privacy, the gardens extend to the side and to the rear of the property again being extensively laid to lawn in addition to which is an orchard with five apple trees. Immediately to the rear is a patio area which extends around the side to a driveway, a further area of hardstanding for caravan/boat etc.

The Farm Buildings The area of farm buildings consists of various lean-to sheds and stores. In addition is:

Large Barn55'9" x 22'4" overall (17m x 6.8m overall). This building has a brick end gable with double doors and is sub-divided with walls and roof of corrugated material.

The Landholding The landholding is extensive and ring fences the property. The largest paddock is currently let on an annually renewable lease to a local farmer with a rent passing of £1,000 per annum. This includes maintenance of the boundary hedges and the paddock has independent access from the new Kegworth bypass. Immediately to the rear of the property is a further area of amenity land with a second gate fronting Whatton Road and beyond, a small spinney of oaks and other mature trees with a range of dilapidated sheds, the land falling away following the line of Whatton Road all the way to the edge of the built up residential edge of the village. The total landholding extends to 12.36 acres and as one would expect a standard development covenant will apply in consideration of any future residential or commercial development. There have been no planning applications made for alternative use on the land. In all, an attractive family home with a significant landholding on the edge of this well serviced village with far reaching elevated views over both the village and surrounding countryside towards Charnwood Forest to the south.

Agents Note As one would expect with a property on the edge of Kegworth, we should point out that the property is situated on the approach to East Midlands Airport.

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