A beautiful & characterful iron-stone village home, sitting in a private position within one of Leicestershires most popular villages.
Ground Floor - Enter the property into an entrance hall with stairs rising to the first floor and doors to the ground floor accommodation. To the right there is a wonderful formal sitting room has two large windows looking out to garden, filling the room with light. There are an abundance of period features including exposed stone walls, timber beams and a feature fireplace. To the left there is a dining room with a window to the front, beams to the ceiling and a feature fireplace.
A door from the dining room opens in to a spacious breakfast room with double doors opening into the kitchen, views over the garden and access to the garden room providing a lovely flow to the outside.
The farmhouse kitchen has a good range of floor-standing and wall mounted cupboards and drawers under timber and granite worktops, a Belfast sink, space for Range style cooker, a useful and large pantry cupboard and a door out to the rear of the property.
Just off the kitchen an internal hallway gives access to the utility room, a ground floor shower room and a third reception room, currently used as a study and providing access to a useful storage room.
First Floor - To the first floor a generous size landing gives access to the bedroom and bathroom accommodation. The generous sized principal bedroom has a large built-in storage cupboard and a wash hand basin built into a vanity unit. Bedroom two and three are also good-sized double rooms and all three bedrooms enjoy views over the mature garden. The first floor is completed by a large family bathroom.
Outside - The generous size and layout of the first floor provides ample potential to create an en-suite bathroom to the principal bedroom whilst still retaining the family bathroom.
The property provides ample parking on the gravel driveway. To the rear there is a private courtyard garden that gives access into the kitchen. The majority of the outside space can be found on the South side of the property with more off-road parking, a detached brick-built garage and a beautiful mature garden comprising a combination of raised floral and shrub borders as well as a lawned area. With the garden sitting to the South, it benefits from sun all day and provides a lovely private outside space.
This period home presents a wonderful opportunity to acquire a property in a very popular Leicestershire village and must be viewed to be appreciated. A lovely home as it stands but also provides ample opportunity and potential to amend and improve subject to a potential purchasers requirements.
Location - Tilton on the Hill is a prime village close to the Leicestershire/Rutland border. Amenities include a public house, play group, parish church, village hall and recreational area. A wider range of facilities are available in nearby Billesdon. Uppingham and Oakham provide niche shopping, and Leicester city centre (10 miles) and Market Harborough (12 miles) provide mainline rail connections to London St. Pancras in approximately 1 hour. Local schooling is available in both the state and private sectors to include Leicester Grammar and Stoneygate schools in Great Glen, together with popular schools in both Uppingham and Oakham. Tilton on the Hill is part of Leicester high country and is renowned for many attractive bridleways and walks.
Directional Note - Leave Oakham on Braunston Road and continue through Braunston and then on until you reach Tilton on the Hill. When entering Tilton on the Hill, take a left onto Main Street and another left onto Loddington Road. You will find Spion Kop on your right-hand side.
Services & Council Tax - The property is offered to the market with all mains services and oil-fired central heating. Council Tax Band F.