£250,000 | Churchgate Market Harborough LE16 | 3 beds

Believed to date from the early 16th century this Grade II thatched cottage occupies a superb position, opposite the church, in this sought after village location.The accommodation, requiring improvements has many original features and comprises: dining hall, kitchen, utility area and sitting room on the ground floor. On the first floor: landing, three bedrooms and bathroom. To the rear of the property is a garden, mainly laid to lawn, and with several small trees. No onward chain!   

This Grade II listed thatched cottage is thought to date back to early 16th century and believed to be of oak timber framed construction under a thatched water reed roof which was replaced in 2009. The elevations of lime and hair rendering were replaced in 2011. Being well situated opposite the church in this highly sought after village which has good transport links to the A47 to either Leicester City centre or east towards Peterborough. The village has two public houses/restaurants a museum, and hosts an annual music festival and the historic 'bottle kicking ' event .  

The characterful accommodation which requires improvement comprises:dining hall with ceiling beam and fireplace, kitchen with ceiling beam and exposed joists, utility area with built in pantry and charming sitting room with boxed ceiling beam and a stone fireplace. From the utility area the stairs rise to the first floor landing with window and built in airing cupboard and provides access to the three bedrooms all with ceiling beams.  The garden to the rear can be accessed from the kitchen and is mainly laid to lawn with floral beds and small trees.

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