700 ironstone cottage Inglenook sits in the middle of Whissendine and is on the market with Osprey Property
In the heart of the Rutland village of Whissendine sits Inglenook.
Originally a 1700 iron stone cottage, Inglenook was later extended to become a family home in the late 1800s.
Positioned in a sunny aspect on a sizeable plot, charming character features grace the property throughout.
The entrance hallway holds the original flooring and leads you a stunning staircase. The family entrance is at the back, into a large boot room. Off this is a W/C and pantry leading on to the hub of the house, a fantastic family kitchen with snug seating area around the wood burner.
Just off the kitchen is a later addition of a dayroom. Three further large reception rooms complete the ground floor.
Climbing the stairs in the main hallway to the first floor you will find principal and guest bedrooms both with en-suite shower rooms, as well as three further spacious and bright double bedrooms, family bathroom and an inner landing which could be a lovely reading area or a study.
Outside the driveway leads down to a detached brick-built garage and a further garage/workshop at the bottom of the garden.
The garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and herbaceous borders.
This property has the added bonus of planning permission for a single dwelling if desired.
Inglenook in Whissendine is on the market with a guide price of £1,000,000.
For further information or to make an appointment to view, call Osprey on 01572 756675 or email email@example.com