• For Sale
  • GBP 827,046 
  • Property Type: Single Family Home
  • Bedroom: 3


The property

The Meadows was built in the 1960's and has been comprehensively renovated and updated within the last five years by the current owners, who have lived there since 2003.

The main entrance to the house is via the conservatory, which was recently reroofed. This sets the tone for the entire house which is light, bright and airy throughout. The conservatory leads through to the dining room which has beautiful parquet flooring and the staircase rising ahead. To the left, one single door and a double door open into the sitting room creating an open plan feel.

The sitting room, which has the same parquet floor, has a dual aspect with the wall to the southern aspect being entirely glazed. The room has a contemporary fireplace with an electric fire, although there is an original working chimney. To the east side of the house there is a stunning Alexander Lewis kitchen with oak units, granite work surfaces and splash backs, a Belfast sink, a Falcon range cooker, breakfast bar with built in oven and microwave, seating area and French doors. Beyond the kitchen is a cloakroom with a shower.

Upstairs, there are three double bedrooms with the principal bedroom having a dual aspect and a line of fitted cupboards. There is a well-appointed family shower room. To the rear of the house is a 'Bedroom Cabin' which serves as the fourth bedroom.


Outside

The Meadows is approached via the Harborough Road. The approach road is part of the Jurassic Way footpath giving superb access to some wonderful walks. The newly reconditioned, granite stoned, driveway is entered via a double five bar gate which is dog proof. There is a generous parking area to the south and west of the house in front of the garage. The garage building consists of three elements; an office, double garage and single garage. Above the single garage, and accessed via stairs within the single garage, there is a useful loft area.

The garden wraps around the house with a lawn flanked by privet hedges and mature beds to the south with a terrace adjacent to the conservatory, a further seating area to the east and a banked lawn area with mature trees to the north where there are lovely views over open fields to St Helen's Church.


Location

Located just to the south of Market Harborough, Great Oxendon has an excellent gastro pub, The George, Waterloo Cottage Farm Shop, St Helen's Oxendon parish church and a village hall. Market Harborough offers shops, restaurants, cafes, a leisure centre and a theatre. Countryside pursuits are in abundance including walking and cycling, as well as a golf course and fishing lake nearby.

Rail and Road links are superb with easy access to the M1, M6 and A14. Local schooling is excellent with state schooling including Farndon Fields Primary School and Welland Park Academy, with noteworthy independent schools including Brooke House College, Maidwell Hall and Leicester Grammar School.


Directions

From Market Harborough High Street head due south along A508 towards Northampton. After about two miles you will reach Great Oxendon and, after passing Waterloo Farm Shop on your left, travel on for another 150m until you reach an electronic 40mph speed awareness sign on your right. Immediately after this sign turn right along a track signposted 'Jurassic Way' and, after 100m, you will see the driveway to The Meadows on your right hand side.

Harborough Road, Great Oxendon, Market Harborough, Northamptonshire, LE16, England, United Kingdom is a England luxury Single Family Home listed for sale 825,000 GBP. This high end England Single Family Home is comprised of 3 bedrooms and N/A baths. Find more luxury properties in England or search for luxury properties for sale in England.