£300,000 | Churchgate Market Harborough LE16 | 3 beds

This two storey listed cottage is believed to date from the early 16th century and is well situated in this desirable village. The accommodation requires improvement and comprises: entrance hall, dining room, sitting room and kitchen, three bedrooms and first floor bathroom. Outside: outbuilding and garden. No Onward Chain!   

The village of Hallaton is set in the rolling Leicestershire  countryside and has easy access to the A47 west to Leicester City and east to Uppingham and Peterborough. There is an primary school, two good pub/restaurants, tea rooms and the village hosts the annual bottle kicking competition against neighbouring Medbourne. 

This charming Grade II listed two storey cottage is believed to date from the early 16th century and thought to be of oak timber frame under water reed roof ( replaced in 2009). The elevations are of lime and hair rendering which were replaced in 2011. The property adjoins no 12 Churchgate which is also for sale by a separate agreement. There is scope to enhance the accommodation and it may be  possible to erect a garage, accessed to the rear of the property, subject to planning consents.

The characterful accommodation comprises: entrance hall with fireplace and stairs to first floor, dining room with ceiling beam and cast iron fireplace, sitting room with ceiling beam and fireplace and fitted kitchen. First floor: three bedrooms and bathroom. Accessed  via a drive off Hunts Lane is the garden are with lawn and flower borders and a red brick out building.    

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