Screened from the road by a stone wall and mature hedging, an absolutely charming family home with large, beautifully landscaped gardens within walking distance of schools, town centre amenities, railway station and convenient for A46 providing access to the motorway network.
Set back from the road behind a stone wall and tall well-trimmed mature hedge this handsome 4 bedroom detached family home with absolutely stunning gardens and a double garage is on the market for the first time in over 20 years.
The front door leads into a spacious and very impressive entrance hall with Amtico Parquet flooring, a staircase leading to the first floor and doors to the ground floor rooms.
The first room on the left of the hall is a spacious family room with a fire place, a side window and a bay window providing excellent views of the rear garden. Next is the equally spacious sitting room which also has a fireplace, side window and a bay window with a French door providing views of the garden and providing access to the patio. The dining room is at the other side of the hall with Amtico strip flooring, views of the front garden and a door into the kitchen.
The extended “L” shaped kitchen has a range of base and wall units with fitted appliances, space for white goods and a Belfast sink has windows to the side and front a door leading to the downstairs wc and a door out to the side. A utility/storage room to the side of the house provides through access to the back garden.
Upstairs, off a feature gallery landing there are 4 well-proportioned bedrooms, all having space for double beds. The 2 to the rear have original fireplaces and windows providing views of the back garden, whilst the 2 slightly smaller rooms overlook the front.Outside
The gardens are a particular feature of the property. A gravel driveway behind a stone wall and tall hedge provides parking for 2 vehicles, access to the double garage and a path leading up to the house. Privacy is provided by hedges to both sides with a shaped lawn mature well-stocked borders and specimen trees.
The rear garden as a high degree of privacy provided by tall well-trimmed hedges to both sides, a patio area and a meticulously manicured, shaped lawn with borders stocked with mature shrubs and trees.
The local area
Syston is a North East Leicestershire town in the Borough of Charnwood approximately 5 miles north of Leicester city centre. Earliest records dating back more than 1000 years show a settlement where modern day Syston sits named Sitestone, straddling the old roman road known as Fosse Way.
The towns oldest building is thought to be the ancient Parish Church of St Peters and St Pauls dating back in part to the 13th Century. The town centre has a good selection of shops, supermarkets, pubs and eateries and local schools include Merton Primary and Wreake Valley Academy. There are a number of industrial sites on the outskirts of the town and a number of residential developments have spread out towards the neighbouring villages over the years.
The A46 Leicester Western by-pass opened in 2006 taking traffic around the town and providing easy access to the motorway network and around the county.
Although it is largely considered a commuter- town for Leicester, much of Syston’s popularity today is due to the A46 Western By-Pass which provides easy access to Melton Mowbray, Loughborough, Nottingham and the M1/M69 motorways for those travelling further afield and with its own mainline railway station, Syston has become a viable location for people considering a base in The Midlands
|Detached family home||3 Reception rooms|
|4 Bedrooms||Large landscaped gardens|
|Double garage||Close to local amenities|
|Close to railway station||Good road links|
|EPC rating F|
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