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4 Park Lane
Guide Price £1,300,000
- Wide entrance hall with central staircase
- 2 generous reception rooms
- Impressive living kitchen with dining area and sitting area. Utility room
- Impressive master suite with balcony and views from both the bedroom and en suite
- 2 further double bedrooms with Jack and Jill bathroom. 2nd floor bedroom (37'0" x 17'5")
- Stable block comprising 8 loose boxes and tack room
- Garage with two bedroom apartment above.
- 3-car carport with extensive storage above
- Gravelled courtyard with gated entrance and ample parking space
Brooklands House is situated at the end of a private drive off Park Lane in Sutton Bonington and enjoys fabulous rural views to the rear.
Sutton Bonington is a delightful village lying to the north of Loughborough. Within the village there are several local shops, a post office, village hall, a doctor's surgery, two churches and two public houses. A wider range of facilities are available in Kegworth to the north and Loughborough to the south. At the centre of the village is a large conservation area. Recreational facilities in the village include a cricket club, lawn bowls and tennis clubs, and two football teams. The village is served by a primary school on Park Lane and East Leake Academy. There is a choice of private schooling in the area, including Loughborough endowed schools and Trent College. The University of Nottingham has a site to the north of the village - Sutton Bonington Campus.
The property is conveniently situated for access to the M1 motorway (Junction 24), providing access to Derby, Nottingham and Sheffield and to Birmingham via the M42 link. Mainline trains to London are available at East Midlands Parkway.
Brooklands House has its own private gated entrance which leads to an extensive graveled parking area and courtyard. The house is of a contemporary design of brick construction with cedar cladding at the front and the high standard of build specification and interior design is evident in every room. Each room has been carefully considered with the main reception rooms and master bedroom suite having full height windows and French doors providing fabulous views over the surrounding countryside. There is under floor heating throughout the house. Situated around the courtyard is a brick built stable block and a garage with a two bedroom Groom's flat above and a car port with storage above. There are about 1.90 acres of paddock land and a floodlit manege.
Stone steps at the front of the property lead up to full width glazed entrance with fully glazed double doors. The entrance hall is most impressive with its central wide light oak staircase which separates to create a magnificent galleried landing. The walls are exposed brickwork and the flooring is light oak laminate inset with effective uplighting. Steps lead up to a wonderful open plan living kitchen, which incorporates both dining and seating areas. There is an excellent range of Shaker style painted units, surmounted by white quartz work surfaces and incorporating a full height wine cooler, larder fridge and freezer, oven, microwave and five ring range cooker. A substantial central island unit provides further cupboards and drawers, double sink with instant hot water tap, dishwasher and breakfast bar. The kitchen is complemented by a porcelain floor and French doors out to the rear enclosed patio area. Adjoining the kitchen is a utility room.
Oak double doors off the entrance hall open into a lovely light drawing room which has a mellow brick fireplace with heavy beam across one wall, incorporating a canopied open fire. French doors with glazed panels on either side provide lots of light and views over the paddock land. Further oak double doors open into a sitting room with patio doors onto the side terrace with views. Completing the ground floor is a cloakroom and a useful cloaks/storage cupboard.
On the first floor the galleried landing is light and spacious and has full width glazed panels with central French doors overlooking the front courtyard. Oak laminate flooring is inset with uplighters. The master bedroom is a fabulous room which enjoys far reaching views over the paddock land and countryside beyond. Double sliding doors open onto a wide timber decked balcony with contemporary glazed panelling. From the bedroom double doors lead into a fully tiled en suite bathroom which has free standing bath and a large Jack and Jill wet area with twin rain shower heads. Adjoining the en suite is a useful dressing area with hanging rails and shelving. Sliding patio doors lead out to the balcony which is screened to provide privacy. There are two further double bedrooms on the first floor, both of which are served by a Jack and Jill bathroom. Stairs from the landing lead up to a large attic room/fourth bedroom, which could easily incorporate an en suite if required and subject to the necessary consents.
There are private garden areas on three sides of the house; a lawned area to one side, a paved patio area to the north-west elevation and a larger enclosed and predominantly lawned garden to the south-west. A gravelled pathway leads to an impressive breeze house and barbecue area.
The property is accessed by electrically operated double wrought iron gates which lead through to extensive parking and gravelled courtyard area. Buildings situated around the courtyard are of brick construction with corrugated roofing and include eight loose boxes, a tack room and tool shed. There is a double garage with an adjoining two bedroom cottage, and a car port with a large storage area to the side and above, which would be suitable for conversion to further ancillary accommodation, subject to obtaining planning consent.
Two bed cottage:
Adjoining and above the double garage.
Ground floor open plan living area with kitchen area including electric oven, hob and extractor. W.C. Stairs up to bedroom with French doors and Juliet balcony, second bedroom and bathroom.
Brookland House is ideal for the equestrian enthusiast and along with the stabling, there is a floodlit manege, and approximately 1.90 acres of land divided into three separate enclosures with field shelters.
Last Modified 20/05/2019