Situated in Manor Park one of Ruddington's most sought after locations is this beautiful seven bedroom Edwardian family residence nestling on a generous plot.
Littlecote is a very fine and substantial early Edwardian detached house of real stature, set in mature landscaped formal gardens offering a stunning period house of a scale, calibre and versatility rarely found and a wonderful home, perfectly suited to the demands of modern living in a highly regarded private drive setting close to the centre of Ruddington Village.
The property was built circa 1908 and incorporates many carefully preserved original features and characteristics and particular reference is made to the many ornamental corniced ceilings, deep skirting boards and architraves and carefully restored stained glass leaded windows lending a very genuine air of period quality and distinction to this remarkable family home.
Ground Floor - Entrance vestibule/original formal entrance, opens through to:
Reception/dining hall, comprises double glazed stained glass window to the front elevation, feature fireplace surround with inset log burner, stairs to the first floor and doors leading off to:
Sitting room, with leaded bay window to the side elevation, feature fireplace surround with open fire, stained glass windows to the front elevation, picture rail and wall light points.
Family room/dining room Inglenook fireplace with inset log burner, leaded window to the rear elevation and leaded French doors and stained glass windows leading through to the conservatory.
Conservatory dwarf wall and leaded double glazed windows to both the front and side elevations, tiled flooring, French doors opening to the front garden and glazed roof.
Downstairs cloaks with a low level WC, towel radiator, leaded window to the rear and tiled floor.
Study/butler's pantry with an array of original fitted units, leaded window to the side elevation and tiled floor.
Inner hallway with door leading down to cellars.
Dining kitchen base and wall units with granite work surfaces, island unit, range cooker, tiled floor, integrated dishwasher, double glazed window to rear elevation, combi oven, integrated fridge and freezer, sink unit and wine rack. Rear porch with door to the side elevation and access to walk-in pantry.
First floor - A stunning oak dressed balustrade period staircase rising to the first floor landing passing a fine ornamental stained glass window to the side elevation.
Principal bedroom with leaded double glazed bay window to the front elevation, feature fireplace surround, picture rail, further window to the side elevation and double glazed door leading out onto balcony.
Bedroom 2 leaded window to the side elevation, feature fireplace surround, fitted wardrobes.
En suite shower room with low level WC, wall hung wash hand basin, towel radiator and shower cubicle.
Bedroom 3 leaded double glazed window to the front elevation and picture rail.
Bedroom 4 leaded window to both the front and side elevations and fitted wardrobes.
Separate WC low level WC, wash hand basin and leaded window to the side elevation.
Family bathroom with towel radiator, double-ended bath, leaded window to the side elevation, wall hung wash hand basin, shower cubicle, tiled floor and walls and plumbed shower unit.
Stairs to the second floor landing
Bedroom 5 - with leaded window to the front elevation.
Bedroom 6 with leaded window to the front elevation and cast iron fireplace surround.
Bedroom 7 with leaded windows to both the side and front elevations and feature fireplace surround.
Store room/hobbies room.
Bathroom 2 with panelled bath, low level WC, wash hand basin and leaded window to the side elevation.
To the front, gated access leading onto gravelled driveway providing hardstanding for numerous vehicles and giving access to the detached tandem garage with twin gates.
The main south westerly aspect formal gardens are a particularly attractive feature of the property and compliment the scale and stature of this very fine family home. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn with flower borders and a variety of mature trees and shrubs.
There is a wonderful ornamental pond and water feature with the side gardens giving access through to the rear inner courtyard garden that leads to the second double garage which has twin up and over doors and power and light.
A covered cloister yard with an external doorway links to the rear access to Manor Park and also gives access to the original wash house which is now used as a utility room and also with the added feature of a WC.
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A fantastically versatile family home in one of my favourite roads in RuddingtonIan Marriott