TUDOR HOUSE, HALLATON ROAD, HORNINGHOLD, LEICESTERSHIRE
10 Church Square, Market Harborough
Leicestershire, LE16 7NB
Tel: 01858 435970
Email: [email protected]
Chartered Surveyors • Land & Estate Agents
Commercial Town Planning & Development Consultants
Offices – Market Harborough • Stamford • London
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Tudor House, Hallaton Road, Horninghold, Leicestershire, LE16 8DH
Uppingham 5 miles
Market Harborough train station 10 miles (London St Pancras from under one hour)
Leicester 17 miles
A very rare opportunity to acquire a standalone period stone built property with
formal gardens, paddock, woodland and stream extending to just over 5 acres.
Planning permission for a significant extension with further development potential.
• Drawing Room, Dining Room
• Kitchen/Breakfast, Utility
• Four Double Bedrooms
• Two Bath/Shower Rooms
• Downstairs w/c
• Planning Permission to Extend Significantly
• With Grounds Extending to just over 5 Acres
Horninghold is a striking conservation village lying in the upper Welland Valley, with the market town
of Uppingham set to the north east and the Rutland town of Oakham beyond, as well as the historic
market town of Market Harborough only a short distance away. The principal part of the village
appears remarkably laid out with a number of large houses, the grounds of which are well landscaped.
Parts of the village date back to the 16th and 17th century, whilst extensive harmonisation was
carried out during the early part of the 20th century by the Hardcastle family of Blaston Hall, with
great thought given to the orientation and architecture of the main houses. The major commercial
centres of Leicester and Peterborough are set to the west and east respectively with both providing
comprehensive services including main line rail links to London St Pancras and Kings Cross.
Excellent schooling is available with preparatory at Oakham, Maidwell, Great Glen and Spratton,
while senior education is at Oundle, Oakham, Uppingham, Stamford, Leicester and Great Glen.
The village is particularly well surrounded by open countryside and offers the opportunity for
excellent country pursuits. With water sports on Rutland Water, fishing on the Eyebrook, polo at
Oakham, and golf at Market Harborough, South Luffenham, Stamford and Melton Mowbray.
Racing is at Leicester, Southall, Nottingham and Huntingdon. The village sits in Fernie country,
with Cottesmore, the Quorn and Woodland Pytchley are within easy boxing distance.
Principally of a warm ironstone construction, Tudor House is an Edwardian family home which
sits in a prime elevated position in the village. Entered via an attractive hallway, with handsome
stone door surround and featuring oak panelling and cloakroom off, a door leads through to
the principal reception room, with parquet flooring, stone mullioned windows with views over
the gardens to the front, and an open fireplace. An inner hall, which has stairs to the first floor,
gives access to the dining room, also with parquet floor and fireplace, as well as the
kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen is well fitted, with a range of wall and floor units, 3 door
AGA, Diplomat double oven and wine rack. A door leads off the kitchen to a useful utility / boot
room, larder and boiler room, with a further door leading out to the rear of the house.
To the first floor, four well sized bedrooms, the principal of which is en-suite, and a separate
The property has planning permission to extend to create the potential for a total of six
bedrooms and three bathrooms to the first floor, and a significant increase to the ground floor
accommodation with an extension to the kitchen and additional garden room. Full details can
be found under application reference 15/01655/FUL.
Architects plans are also available via the agents for a possible variation to the planning
Tudor House sits well within its plot, with gardens to all sides, and a gravelled driveway leading
to the main entrance.
The gardens are a mature and outstanding feature of this property. They are completely private
on all sides with mature trees, sweeping lawns and a meandering stream creating an idyllic
setting. Seating areas are dotted throughout, with an attractive apple orchard and areas of
woodland which can be accessed at the rear from the orchard. The paddock provides ample
grounds for equestrian use, as well as a further development opportunity and can be accessed
from the house or also via the woodland (for which planning permission has been granted).
From Market Harborough, proceed eastbound via Rockingham Road, passing over the A6
roundabout onto the A437 towards Corby, turning immediately left as signposted Uppingham.
Pass through the villages of Sutton Bassett, Weston by Welland and just before Medbourne,
turn left as signposted to Hallaton. On entering the village via Medbourne Road, turn right
towards Horninghold where Tudor House is the end property on the left.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others, such as
curtains, light fitting and garden ornaments are specifically excluded but may be available by
Market Harborough District Council: 01858 828 282
The property may only be inspected by prior arrangement through King West, Tel: 01858
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