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£900,000 Guide Price

6 Bedroom Detached House For Sale

The Meet House, Main Street, Bruntingthorpe, Lutterworth LE17 5QE


Key Features

  • Beautiful Village location
  • Charming Grade II listed period property
  • Large Driveway with Double Garage
  • Country Kitchen with AGA
  • Stunning Elevated Garden Room
  • Potential to Create Separate Annex
  • Good Size Family Gardens
  • Very Popular Location
  • Wonderful Family Home


EweMove are thrilled to offer to market, The Meet House. A fabulous Grade II listed period property, situated on the edge of the popular Leicestershire village of Bruntingthorpe. Spacious and versatile, this six bedroom property offers family accommodation over three floors and occupies a generous plot with mature gardens.

Upon approach to The Meet House, you will find a dwarf wall with steps leading to the front door. The property opens into the main entrance hall which has stairs rising to the first floor and doors giving access to the sitting room and the dining room. The dining room is simply stunning, offering wonderful proportions and boasting a picture window to the front elevation. There is an attractive fireplace with cast iron stove and lovely original arched cupboards to both alcoves. Opposite, you'll find a cosy sitting room which has an attractive brick built fireplace with a large cast iron wood burning stove and again, a picture window that looks out over the front elevation. A door from the sitting room leads through to the pretty kitchen/breakfast room where the focal point is an oil-fired AGA, next to which is an original bread oven. The kitchen has been fitted with high quality wall and base level units, incorporating numerous cupboards and drawers, granite worktops, attractive exposed ceiling beams and traditional tiled flooring. A door from the kitchen leads to the inner hall which gives access to the downstairs WC, with a further door leading to the double garage. It is here that you will find a staircase that leads up to a first floor room above the garage. The current owner introduced this room and named it 'The Garden Room' and it's clear to see why.... It's a fantastic space, with large glazed doors that look out over the beautiful rear gardens. These doors not only enable light to flood the room, but open up and lead our onto a decked balcony where you can look out over the whole of the garden as well as the the meadow beyond.

Back inside the home, through the kitchen to the opposite side of the property, you enter an extended part of the home served by a rear hall. This hall gives access to a utility Room which is a very useful space and is where you will find the original cheese press. The utility room in turn, leads onto two further ground floor rooms, one of which is currently being used as a study with a door leading through to a further reception/sitting room. This room has its own ramped entrance from the front of the property and incorporates a small staircase that leads to a sixth bedroom with a well appointed en-suite bathroom. Back in the main house, to the first floor, there are three further large double bedrooms, one benefiting from an en-suite shower room with sauna and the other bedrooms are all served by the re-fitted family bathroom. There is also the addition of a set of large wardrobes/storage between Bedroom two and the family bathroom. A staircase rises to the second floor where, off the landing are two additional double bedrooms, both with Velux windows to the rear of the property.

Outside, to the southern side of the property, you'll find a block paved driveway, giving access to the double garage. The main gardens to the property are situated to the rear and southern side. There is a raised terrace area with a pathway leading to a shed and greenhouse, and a further terrace and decked pergola. The rest of the garden is mainly laid to lawn and is fully enclosed, with access from the garden to a gate that leads onto the driveway. There is an abundance of shrubs and trees including a wide range of fruit trees. The gardens, in all, approach 0.45 acres or thereabouts.

The property also has the potential to convert the sixth bedroom, with en-suite bathroom, and two of the ground floor rooms into a separate annexe.

Open Day - Saturday 5th August 2023. Book your viewing slot at

This home includes:
  • 01 - Kitchen / Breakfast Room

    4.29m x 4.96m (21.2 sqm) - 14' x 16' 3" (229 sqft)

  • 02 - Sitting Room

    4.29m x 4.29m (18.4 sqm) - 14' x 14' (198 sqft)

  • 03 - Dining Room

    3.86m x 3.56m (13.7 sqm) - 12' 7" x 11' 8" (147 sqft)

  • 04 - Study

    1.85m x 3.33m (6.1 sqm) - 6' x 10' 11" (66 sqft)

  • 05 - Family Room

    3.9m x 4.36m (17 sqm) - 12' 9" x 14' 3" (183 sqft)

  • 06 - Garden Room

    4.79m x 5.9m (28.2 sqm) - 15' 8" x 19' 4" (304 sqft)

  • 07 - Bedroom 1

    3.96m x 4.26m (16.8 sqm) - 12' 11" x 13' 11" (181 sqft)

  • 08 - Bedroom 2

    4.29m x 4.88m (20.9 sqm) - 14' x 16' (225 sqft)

  • 09 - Bedroom 3

    4.29m x 4.36m (18.7 sqm) - 14' x 14' 3" (201 sqft)

  • 10 - Bedroom 4

    4.34m x 4.36m (18.9 sqm) - 14' 3" x 14' 3" (204 sqft)

  • 11 - Bedroom 5

    4.05m x 4.29m (17.3 sqm) - 13' 3" x 14' (187 sqft)

  • 12 - Bedroom 6

    2.92m x 4.36m (12.7 sqm) - 9' 6" x 14' 3" (137 sqft)

  • 13 - Cellar

    3.8m x 4.13m (15.7 sqm) - 12' 5" x 13' 6" (169 sqft)

  • Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.

Additional Information:
  • Substantial Grade II Listed period property
  • Four Reception Rooms & Six Bedrooms
  • Solar Panels to roof for the provision of hot water
  • Potential to form a separate Annex
  • Open Day for viewing Saturday 5th August
  • Council Tax:

    Band G

  • Service Included:

    Solar panels to the roof provide hot water to the property.

  • Bruntingthope is an attractive, highly sought after village in the Harborough District of Leicestershire. Within the village itself there are two public houses, a church, and a village hall. It borders the villages of Peatling Parva, Gilmorton and Kimcote and is just a short drive away from the market town of Lutterworth which offers a number of local amenities such as shops, public houses, supermarkets, and a gp surgery. The village is very well positioned for the commuter with the M1, M6, M69 and A5, all within easy reach. Train stations can be found nearby at Market Harborough and Rugby.


    Additional Information:

    • Council Tax: Band G