Sold STC

  • Market Harborough
  • LE16 8SL
  • Asking price

    £800,000 Offers Over
  • Bathrooms


  • Bedrooms



Introducing an exceptional offering in the heart of the charming and sought-after village of Great Easton, this luxury five bedroom detached house stands out amongst three other premium homes along a sweeping gravelled driveway. Crafted by renowned local builders Francis Jackson Homes, the property epitomises premium build quality and architectural design, offering a living experience that effortlessly blends space, comfort, and sophistication. The gardens are just some of the amazing features which stand out here, but none more so than the additional paddock at the rear, offering a further extension to what is already an incredible external space.

Upon arrival, the driveway is flanked by manicured lawns and planting, giving the first glimpse of what is to come. This leads to parking for two vehicles before a double garage and pathway to the covered storm porch entrance.

On entering the home, you are met instantly by the spacious hallway, positioned centrally being double fronted and shows the quality of the property straight away with wooden flooring flowing into both the dining room and living rooms, a cloakroom wc, staircase rising to the upper floor and access through to the further accommodation at the rear.

Stepping off to one side of the home, there is the living room where an abundance of natural light can flood in through the front window together with double doors from the garden room. A focal point of this space is the stone fireplace surrounding a cast iron log burning stove.

The garden room itself is ideally positioned, particularly for those who enjoy entertaining, with double doors from both the living room and kitchen, linking these spaces perfectly with windows to two aspects overlooking the attractive gardens.

Moving into the kitchen you will find a generous range of matching cream units to base & eye levels, having granite worktop surfaces and a exceptional central island. Noisier white goods such as a washing machine can be shut away in the utility which lies off the kitchen and also provides additional external access.

Located on the other side of the front of the property is the formal dining room. A room which could also lend itself to additional living space or a younger families play room.

Rising up to the first floor, the central landing then provides access off to all bedrooms. Positioned over the double garage is the master bedroom which is a superb size having windows to both the front and rear aspects together with built in wardrobes and an ensuite shower room.

The second bedroom is located to the rear, enjoying a Juliet balcony overlooking the gardens and paddock, with its own ensuite shower room too. The further three bedrooms are all able to also accommodate double beds, though for the present owners one currently forms a guest room with the other two being large offices. Completing the first floor is the main family bathroom.

Moving outside to the rear, you will find this property's unique selling point being the additional paddock garden, a rare feature that adds an extra dimension to the already impressive external space. The original garden is still of excellent size, with large paved patio ideal for entertaining, before an almost full width lawn with an array of attractive planting and trees amongst the borders. There is side gated access from the front and the garage can be accessed directly from the garden through a single door.

The original boundary wall, made of attractive stone, now features a timber gateway leading onto the paddock land. This area is beautifully maintained with closely mown pathways flowing through many fruit baring trees. The village holds annual 'open gardens' and this home is one to proudly feature because of this space.

Whist the village itself is incredibly sought after thanks to amenities like the church, hall, bustling pub The Sun Inn, and small farm shop at Rectory Farm - the village is ideally located for popular towns such as Market Harborough, Uppingham, Oakham and Stamford, all of which offer more comprehensive amenities or transport links. For those looking to commute, you can reach London in under an hour from Market Harborough for example.

What Our Sellers Say…

“We were introduced to the village of Great Easton through friends who lived nearby. The village provides a range of family friendly facilities - a park, Village Hall and access to good schools was an essential. We are fortunate as our house is set in a quiet central location, with a lovely outlook, close to facilities. The house is comfy and spacious, with a lovely garden space enjoyed by the dog and various chickens.”

Rooms & Measurements…

Hallway: 19'10" x 9'1" (6.05m x 2.77m)
Living Room: 11'3" x 19'9" (3.43m x 6.02m)
Garden Room: 12'9" x 13'9" (3.89m x 4.19m)
Kitchen: 14'2" x 11'4" (4.32m x 3.45m)
Dining Room: 12'10" x 10'10" (3.91m x 3.30m)
Utility Room: 6'7" x 7'10" (2.01m x 2.39m)
Master Bedroom: 18'9" x 15'2" (5.72m x 4.62m)
Ensuite: 7'5" x 5'9" (2.26m x 1.75m)
Bedroom Two: 14'7" x 11'2" (4.45m x 3.40m)
Ensuite: 7'7" x 7'7" (2.31m x 2.31m)
Bedroom Three: 10'1" x 9'4" (3.07m x 2.84m)
Bedroom Four: 10'11" x 9'6" (3.33m x 2.90m)
Bedroom Five: 11'9" x 7'8" (3.58m x 2.34m)
Family Bathroom: 6'4" x 7'11" (1.93m x 2.41m)
Double Garage: 18'11" x 17'6" (5.77m x 5.33m)


Need a mortgage?

We work with Mason Smalley, a free mortgage brokerage with dedicated brokers there to handle everything on your behalf.

Can't find what you are looking for?

Speak with your local agent