• Victorian detached period property
  • Potential for equestrian use
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Outbuildings
  • Garden & grounds
  • Field/paddock
  • Off street parking
  • Village location

This detached Victorian period, 4-bedroom property with outbuildings, grounds and additional land, sits on approximately 6.5 acres. The property needs modernisation, renovation and posibly reconstruction work, although it is suggested that any potential buyer would wish to retain many of the period features, including the high ceilings and fireplaces. There are separate outbuildings and with the land this could be ideal for a small holding or equestrian use subject to the necessary permissions.

The house is located in the village of Battram, Leicestershire and supported by an array of local amenities such as shops, pubs and restaurants in nearby Nailstone, Ibstock and Ellistown. With good access to the A511, A50 and Junction 22 of the M1, providing links to Leicester, Nottingham, East Midlands Airport and the national rail network, this home would also suit commuters looking for a village lifestyle.

Ground Floor
Front porch leading to a hallway with internal doors to the downstairs drawing room (approx. 3.67M x 3.67m), kitchen (approx. 5M x 4.33m) with separate utility (approx. 3.68M x 1.84m), bathroom, dining room (approx. 4.6M x 4.6m) and parlour/lounge (approx. 3.65M x 3.65m). From the Hallway, stairs also lead to the first-floor accommodation. There are period fireplaces in all 3 reception rooms and the kitchen.

First Floor
The first-floor landing leads to the 4 bedrooms, bathroom and a storage room. Master bedroom (approx. 4.6M x 4.6M), bedroom 2 (approx. 3.66M x 3.66M), bedroom 3 (approx. 3.68M x 3.68M) and bedroom 4 (approx. 3.7M x 2.43M).

Potential buyers may choose to convert the spacious attic space, subject to planning and regulations, to enhance the living accommodation.


The house is surrounded by mature gardens with outbuildings and in addition a field. This may be ideal for those looking to develop an equestrian style property or to create a small holding subject to the necessary approvals. An uplift clause is likely to be included as a condition of sale.

Planning for a new drive way has been approved by NWLDC. This will lead, from the road frontage, to the rear of the property to a yard with parking for several vehicles. Visit NWLDC planning applications web pages and search under the reference 17/01217/FUL. You are advised to consult with the planning department to establish any conditions of the approved plan or should you wish to make changes to the current approved plans.

A link to the online approval at NWLDC can be found here: PLANNING

Additional Photographs
The vendor is currently clearing possessions from the property and on completion, replacement internal photographs will be added to the advert. Regardless, it is advised that interested parties should arrange a viewing as early as possible as this property, although in need of modernisation and renovation, has great potential to be transformed into something unique.

Viewing: Viewing is by appointment only. If you would like to view this property, please call the office on 01530 450590.

Fixtures, Fittings and Appliance: Any fixtures, fittings or appliances mentioned in these details have not been tested and cannot be assumed to be in full efficient working order.

Photographs: It should not be assumed that items shown in our photographs are included in the sale of the property.

Measurements: Where applicable, we have taken every care to ensure the dimensions for the property are true however, they should be treated as approximations and for general guidance only. If measurements have been shown they represent the widest and longest part in any room including any built in wardrobe space. It should not be assumed that rooms are quadrilateral in shape.

Money Laundering: Where an offer is accepted, the prospective purchaser will be required to confirm their identity to us by law. We will need to see a passport or driving license along with a recent utility bill to confirm residence.

General: We have taken care to ensure that the measurements, dimensions, information, photographs and floor plans, where applicable, are an accurate and true representation however, they should be treated as approximations. Potential buyers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the accuracy and any details of the property. Buyers are responsible for ensuring that suggested conversions, extensions or ways to add value to a property through development comply with building regulations and the necessary planning permission will or has been granted. No one within this estate agency has the authority to make or provide any warranty in respect of the property.

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