Offers in the Region of £280,000 Royston & Lund are delighted to present this two bedroom end-terraced cottage in village of Breedon-on-the-Hill dating back to the 1800s. Breedon-on-the-Hill is a picturesque village located in Leicestershire, known for its beautiful countryside and historical appeal. Amenities nearby include a village post office/ shop,2 village pubs, a village primary school and a new village hall which hosts a variety of groups/activities. There is easy access to Ashby-de-la-Zouch and commuting links to Nottingham, Leicester and Derby as well as a wealth of local walks. Upon entering the property you are greeted by the cosy lounge which includes a period style log burner and original exposed wooden beams. The breakfast kitchen is an amazing addition to this characterful property as it includes a range of units, appliances and a good-sized storage cupboard. To the first floor there are two good-sized bedrooms. The main bedroom includes fitted wardrobes which provide excellent storage. The bedrooms are complemented by a bathroom which comprises of a three piece white suite including a wash basin, WC and bath with an overhead shower. Outside, the garden contains with a diverse range of plants, including flowers, shrubs, and trees. The lawn has been meticulously manicured by the current owners and is a great space for BBQ's. The seating areas are ideal for garden furniture. Lastly, nestled within the garden, there is a charming summer house. This structure serves as a retreat from the sun or a shelter for outdoor gatherings. It's great for comfortable seating, windows that allow in natural light, and a welcoming atmosphere for relaxation and socialising. This summer house could also be used as an office. There is parking for one car.
The Government have recently proposed new EPC regulations which will change the MESS, which are planned to take effect in 2025. The new EPC regulations state that all rental properties in England and Wales must have an EPC rating of ‘C’ or above. These proposed changes will be phased in, the new regulations will be introduced for new tenancies first from 31 December 2025 and will subsequently apply to all tenancies from 31 December 2028. It is also proposed that the penalty for not having a valid EPC will be raised from £5,000 to £30,000 from 2025.