Woodcote is a first class detached village house standing in an exquisite country garden setting fronting a quiet village lane offering a delightful family home with an excellent internal specification.
The house was constructed circa 1983 and subsequently extended by the present owners in 2009 and internal inspection is highly recommended to fully appreciate both the scale and interior design qualities of this appealing home.
Particular reference is made to the high calibre replacement hardwood windows and the oak dressed staircase supplied and fitted by Brinard joinery.
Rarely, in our opinion, will one find such a beautifully stocked and immaculately maintained country garden which is sure to appeal to those purchasers with a serious interest in gardening.
Sale area – 0.30 Acres / 0.12 Hectares
Hickling is an unspoilt rural Conservation village on the edge of the Vale of Belvoir having extensive amenities close to hand in the thriving market towns of Melton Mowbray and Bingham and slightly further afield in West Bridgford.
The village has an active community with focal points being the village hall, the parish church and centred around the Grantham Canal basin, a popular gathering point and start for country walks, there is The Plough Inn and The Old Wharf tearooms.
Served by a day nursery in the village (Hickling Pre School) and highly regarded junior schooling at Kinoulton Primary School, the village lies within the South Wolds catchment for senior pupils with accessible bus services to independent schooling at Loughborough, the Nottingham High Schools and Trent College. Grammar schools are located in Grantham for boys and girls.
Melton Mowbray which has earned the accolade of the "Rural Capital of Food" being the home of the pork pie and one of the five homes of Stilton Cheese, offers an extensive range of amenities in a traditional market town environment. In turn a good range of shops and amenities are grouped around the Buttercross market square in Bingham, with a useful rail service also being available.
The regional centres of Nottingham and Leicester can be readily accessed from the village which offers convenient access to the A46, and also the M1/A1 motorway networks, the East Midlands Airport and the Kings Cross rail service from Grantham.