Swan Street, Seagrave, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE12 7NL | Property for sale | Savills
369.20 sq m(3,974 sq ft)
Asking price £1,000,000

Swan StreetSeagrave, Loughborough, Leicestershire, LE12 7NL

  • Under offer

Key features

  • Impressive Grade II listed residence
  • 4000 sqft of flexible accommodation
  • Magnificent principal suite
  • Generous open plan living kitchen
  • Retaining many period features throughout
  • Appointed to the highest standard
  • Five spacious bedrooms
  • Gated and secure parking and garage
  • Private garden and patio area

Beautiful extensive Grade II family residence in the heart of a highly sought after village location.

About this property

  • The approach to this superb home is either via independent gated access which opens onto a pathway leading up through mature and ornate planting to the front vestibule or through the original wrought iron gates with period lanterns. Block paved driveway with ample parking for several cars. Detached garaging and workshop with planning for extension: Planning ref: available on request.

    A vestibule has been built onto what would have once been the side door, this now provides an excellent entrance space for boots and coats with partial tumbled limestone flooring and window to the front aspect. Painted original outside wall with oak latch door opening into an impressive open hall.

    The main entrance has beautiful limestone flooring and hand built turned oak staircase by Phillip Dowse of Syston. Dual aspect to both front and rear elevations through double glazed windows, exposed brick to the walls and beamed ceiling. Off the entrance are a useful utility room and cloakroom. The cloakroom benefits from Heritage WC and hand wash basin, continued limestone flooring and quarry tiled cold step beneath the window overlooking the garden. The utility room houses twin boilers, original Belfast sink and space for appliances. Window to the rear garden.

    The real hub of the home is this delightful open plan dining kitchen with Silestone worktops throughout and central island, wealth of full height stylish cupboards,

    The reception room off the entrance is a spacious room with plenty of natural light streaming from dual aspect, and focal fuel burning stove on brick hearth with beam overmantle.
    Latch door opens into the dining room which further benefits from dual aspect, partially original wooden panelling and double opening into the period and charming snug. This room has so much character with the focal feature brick inglenook fireplace and hearth with open fire and timber beamed frame. The original part to the public house off the snug still carry's the original windows. The Office / games room is situated at the front of the property with window and beamed ceiling. Spacious sitting room neutrally decorated throughout with triple aspect allowing plenty of natural light in the room. Focal wood burner set in reclaimed brick recess with hearth and timber overmantle. Latch door opens down to the cellar which is dry, spacious and ideally suited to store wine and spirits with bespoke fitted wine racks designed by Phillip Dowse.

    Original secondary staircase leads off this inner hall with newly fitted carpet which also has been laid throughout all carpeted rooms downstairs. The first floor accommodation comprises of four double bedrooms including the principal suite, two en suites, separate shower room and library. Stairs further ascend to a further bedroom with dressing room with hand built wardrobes and exposed brick wall. The bedroom is a generous double with Velux windows into the sloped ceilings.
    Bedroom Two on the first floor is an impressive bedroom with full height and with exposed truss and beams, dual aspect to both front and rear elevations and engineered oak flooring throughout. Off this superb bedroom is a spacious en suite bathroom with continued beamed feature truss. Comprising of twin hand wash basins, low level WC and Ball and Claw roll top bath. Partially wood panelled walls with single glazed window and bespoke fitted shutters.
    The shower room through wooden latch door. mainly tiled with spacious walk-in drench shower, hand wash basin and Low level WC. Insets spots to the beamed ceiling.

    Two stairs lead up to a raised landing where two further double bedrooms are situated both of generous proportions, one with hand-built cupboard units, and windows overlooking the private lawn rear garden. Off the landing is also the original door from the side elevation of the original public house which opens onto a decked platform with wrought iron stairs leading down to the front entrance.

    A breathtaking principal suite begins with a beautifully designed library with oak panelled flooring and bespoke shelving. Hand built Phillip Dowse staircase leads down to the entrance hall.
    Following on from this room is a stylishly fitted walk-through dressing area with full height fitted oak latch wardrobes.
    The bedroom is unique in its architectural design with arched ceilings and triangular window with bespoke shutters overlooking the rear lawn garden. The en suite is perfection with limestone flooring, egg shaped freestanding bath and beautiful walk-in drench shower with Keuco attachments. Twin hand wash basins and heated towel rails.

    The outside of this stunning home is surrounded by private ornate and landscaped gardens, rear lawn garden and patio area with granite hardstone wall. Double garage with workshop.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Impressive example of sympathetically restoring and combining the period with the contemporary. A rarity.

Rob ClarkProperty agent

Local information

  • The village of Seagrave offers a fabulous village community with primary schooling, further renowned schooling in Loughborough (7 miles) and Ratcliffe College (3.5 miles). The village also has its own highly regarded public house ‘The White Horse Inn'. Seagrave is positioned ideally for the commuter with access within 1 mile of the A46 dual carriageway to Nottingham (20 miles) Leicester 13 miles) East Midlands Airport (17 miles)
  • DESCRIPTION
  • 31 Swan Street is a Grade II Listed historic house, originally the White Swan Inn. Beautifully and respectfully extended through several periods. Set within the picturesque village of Seagrave this family home offers generous accommodation arranged over 4000 sqft. The kitchen and bathrooms have been beautifully refurbished by the current owners to create a wonderful family home with an amenable layout and sympathetic design and bespoke fitted interiors.

Additional information

  • EPC Exempt
  • Tenure = Freehold