Plough Cottage is a charming Grade II Listed thatched property situated in the highly sought after and historic village of Drayton.
With an idylic location, opposite the village green with Leicestershire's smallest church, this splendid cottage also boasts a generously sized plot with outbuildings and stables.
The property is constructed with ironstone walls dating back to the 16th Century and was once used as an Inn. On offer are many period features, including Inglenook fireplaces, beams and exposed stone walls.
The spacious accommodation comprises an impressive panelled hallway and drawing room, sitting room, dining room (currently used as a gym), kitchen/breakfast room with solid oak wall and base cabinets and granite work tops, utility room/boot room, conservatory and guest WC. To the first floor expect to see four double bedrooms,the master featuring an ensuite, and the family bathroom
Outside the property there is a gravelled driveway providing off road parking for a number of vehicles and access to the outbuildings. The rear garden is generously proportioned and can be found predominantly laid to lawn with an array of trees and offering a good degree of privacy.
Drayton, is a small village, surrounded by beautiful countryside in the Welland Valley, with many footpaths and bridleways to explore from the doorstep. There are village shops/post office and public houses in the nearby villages of Medbourne and Great Easton. Bringhurst Primary School is only a mile away, and there are excellent schools in nearby Uppingham and Market-Harborough areas along with being in the catchment area for UCC. There are supermarkets and shopping in Corby, Uppingham and Market-Harborough. Mainline rail stations at Corby, Kettering and Market Harborough.