5 bedroom house for sale

7 Wallingwells Hall,Wallingwells,Worksop,NottinghamshireS81 8BY

Offers in Region of £390,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Forming part of Wallingwells Hall
  • Grade II Listed
  • Many Original Features
  • Three reception rooms and five Bedrooms
  • One Acre paddock
  • Beautiful Location
  • REDUCED

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A unique residence within Wallingwells Hall. A grade II listed building offering five bedrooms, three reception rooms and many original features.

Wallingwells Estate was built approximately 400 years ago and originally a nunnery. The last known person to own the estate was Sir Archibald White, a local squire who owned acres of surrounding land. Around 1946 it was decided to divide the a hall into individual dwellings and today it now consists of nine dwellings, four homes within the hall, three cottages and stable block.

Wallingwells Hall is a hamlet tucked away surrounded by open countryside offering bridle paths for horses, country walks, 2 fishing lakes and potential shooting rights yet only three quarters of a mile to local amenities.

7 Wallingwells offers equestrian facilities with a one acre field adjacent to the property. It offers a unique and individual home but equally would be great as a weekend retreat.

Many original features are within the property, sash windows, original working shutters, original doors and original fireplaces in every room. The accommodation comprises of three reception rooms and five bedrooms.

7 Wallingwells offers equestrian facilities with a one acre field adjacent to the property. It offers a unique and individual home but equally would be great as a weekend retreat.

Many original features are within the property, sash windows, original working shutters, original doors and original fireplaces in every room. The accommodation comprises of three reception rooms and five bedrooms.

ACCOMODATION
Ground floor
Deep moulded coving, dado rail and deep moulded skirtings.

Sitting Room
5.71m x 4.18mAn elegant room with beautiful high decorative ceiling, original
fireplace and wood surround with tiled back and hearth to
match. A separate entrance door, dado rail, wood pillars and
deep moulded skirtings.

Lounge
6.74m x 4.05m
Two original sash windows overlooking the front garden with
opening shutters. Feature fireplace with marble surround, deep
moulded coving, dado rail and deep moulded skirtings.

Breakfast Room
4.66m x 3.71m
A lovely room with a feature corner multi-fuel stove, door
leading into the pantry, storage cupboard, window overlooking
the front elevation, half tongue and grooved walls and ceramic
tiled floor.

Pantry
2.44m x 1.75m
Original stone slabs set on bricks. Shelving, space for fridge,
freezer, dryer, washing machine. Window overlooking the side
elevation.

Kitchen
2.75m x 2.43m
A range of low level wooden base units and matching wall units
with rolled edge work surfaces, tiled splash backs and inset
stainless steel sink and drainer with chrome mixer tap. Space for
a cooker and washing machine, window overlooking the side
elevation and ceramic tiled floor.

First floor

Master Bedroom
4.72m x 3.19m
Large double bedroom with original fireplace and window
overlooking the front garden.
Half landing stairs lead to

Bedroom 2
4.44m x 3.52m
Double bedroom with original wooden floor and fireplace. Sash
window overlooking the front garden.

Bedroom 3
3.31m x 2.64m
Single bedroom with corner original fireplace and marble
surround, storage cupboard, window overlooking the front
elevation and deep moulded coving.

Stairs lead from the half landing to

Bedroom 4
5.17m x 4.90m maximum
A lovely light and airy triple aspect room mainly overlooking the
front garden. Original fireplace, storage cupboard, roof access
and coving,

Small hallway leads to

Bedroom 5
3.35m x 3.24m
Double bedroom with original fireplace, window overlooking
the front elevation, storage cupboard.

Outside
A private and secluded landscaped garden to the front of the
property which is surrounded by mature trees, plants and
shrubs. A pond is situated in the corner of the garden and to
the other side a path leading to a stone outbuilding and beyond
to the three entrances.
Across from the garden is the acre paddock with separate
access which is bound by mature trees. To one end an orchard
with plum, apple, pear and cherry trees. The paddock is
suitable for equestrian or anyone wishing to pursue planning.

Tenure
We are given to understand the Tenure of the property is
Freehold.

Services
Mains gas, water, electricity and sceptic tank. There is a gas fired
central heating system to radiators.

Rating Assessment
We are advised by Bassetlaw District Council that ‘7
Wallingwells Hall’ is in Band ‘D’.

Location
The nearest village is Carlton in Lindrick which dates back to Saxon times and the Parish Church is believed to date back to 705AD. Originally a stone village which has been extended with more modern dwellings. The old part of the village has many attractive stone cottages and the local school which has an excellent reputation is a particular attraction.

The village is situated on the A60 approximately four miles to the north of Worksop. This busy town offers a shopping centre and market place, range of supermarkets and leisure opportunities. Clumber Park to the south of Worksop is a large recreational area of woodland ideal for walking, cycling and open air concerts throughout the summer months. The Chesterfield Canal which links Chesterfield to the River Trent passes through Worksop and has attractive walks along the canal bank.

Carlton-in-Lindrick is surrounded by open farmland yet convenient for a wide range of towns and amenities. The cosmopolitan town of Bawtry is within fifteen minutes car drive and offers a wide range of specialist’s gift shops, boutiques, gourmet restaurants and cafes. The centre of Sheffield is a forty minute commute and the City offers a wide range of leisure opportunities and the Meadowhall Shopping Centre. There is access to the M1 at junction 31 and the A1 at Blyth between Worksop and Retford. The market town of Retford has a main line rail link with London Kings Cross.
Directions

Leave Bawtry in a southerly direction on the A638. Branch right
onto the A614 sign posted Blyth and the A1. Cross over the A1
and upon entering Blyth turn right onto Sheffield Road A634
signposted Oldcotes. At the round about in Oldcotes turn left
onto the A60 pass through Langold, Costhorpe and enter
Carlton-in-Lindrick. Turn right onto Long Lane proceed to the
top of the road and continue into Wallingwells Estate. Travel
for approximately 1 mile and turn right then first left and the
property can be found on the left hand side.

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Nearest stations

  • University of Sheffield (14.3 mi)
  • West Street (14.0 mi)
  • City Hall (13.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements

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Fine & Country, Doncaster & North Nottinghamshire

30 South Parade, Bawtry, Doncaster, DN10 6JH

01302 960055 Local call rate

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