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Grantham Journal Property of the Week: Dry Doddington

Property of the Week: Dry Doddington
Property of the Week: Dry Doddington

The Willows is a stunning executive new build, detached family home pleasantly situated upon a non-estate plot in the village of Dry Doddington, with unspoilt open field views.

The property benefits from underfloor heating, bi-folding doors, CCTV security system and an NHBC Certificate with a 10-year guarantee.

Property of the Week: Dry Doddington
Property of the Week: Dry Doddington

The entrance hall, with a solid oak entrance door and solid oak staircase, provides a warm welcome to the well planned ground floor accommodation, which comprises of the lounge and dining room, with open field views to the rear aspect, cloakroom, boiler room, study and utility room. The spacious kitchen diner has a range of quality high gloss units, granite work surfaces, centre island, ceramic tiled flooring and a feature vaulted ceiling.

On the first floor there is a galleried landing, five bedrooms, two en suites and a family bathroom.

Outside, the property is approached via secure gated access onto a sweeping gravel driveway with turning point, lawned areas, selection of fruit trees and panel perimeter fencing. To the rear of the property there are two lawned areas with fruit trees, outside tap, security lighting and fenced and hedged perimeters.

The double garage leads to the workshop with access to a cloakroom and a staircase rising to the first floor leading to a study room and large hobby room.

Viewing of this impressive property is by appointment only and is highly recommended.

Guide price: £579,950

Marketed by: Pygott & Crone, 01476 591414


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