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4 bedroom barn conversion for sale
Bolham, Retford, Nottinghamshire
Tenure: FreeholdA picturesque Grade II listed 4 double bedroom period barn conversion occupying an idyllic tranquil setting within grounds extending to approximately 1 acre, adjacent to open countryside.
Four double bedrooms
House bathroom and en-suite
Farmhouse style breakfast kitchen
Large entrance hall with a vaulted beamed ceiling
Two good size reception rooms
Hardwood double glazing
Oil fired central heating
Spacious living accommodation
Grounds extending to approximately 1 acre
Formal lawns and paddock area
Fantastic open view
The Dovecote is situated within the small semi-rural hamlet of Bolham, on the peripheries of open countryside, and is conveniently located just 1 mile north of Retford town
centre. The historic Georgian market town of Retford provides a comprehensive range of shops, services and facilities, and also boasts an inclusive road and rail network.
Within easy commuting distance is the 15th Century port of Bawtry and the market town of Gainsborough, providing a wider range of facilities, boutique shops, restaurants, and
The A1 north and south bound are located 5 miles away, west of Retford, at Babworth. Retford train station provides a main line service to London Kings Cross station, whichtakes approximately 1 hour and 40 minutes. Within a 15 mile radius is a wide range of well renowned private and state schooling at all levels.
The Dovecote is a beautifully appointed, spacious barn conversion, offering light and airy, versatile living accommodation with an abundance of character features, some of which include exposed beams and
exposed rustic brick work.
The property has been renovated to a high standard throughout, offering two good size reception rooms and a fantastic entrance hall
having a vaulted and beamed ceiling. To the first floor are four good size bedrooms along with a superb master bedroom suite with a mezzanine home office and an ensuite.
The property has much to offer externally, occupying a good size plot, measuring approximately 1 acre, and incorporates formal lawned gardens, a paddock area and ample off street parking.
Accommodation to the ground floor boasts:
Entrance hall, having a flag stone floor, beamed vaulted ceiling, and two sets of double French doors to the front and rear gardens. A solid oak staircase leads to the first floor accommodation.
Formal sitting room with beams and exposed rustic brickwork.
Breakfast kitchen fitted with a comprehensive range of farmhouse style wall and base units with integrated appliances to include a dishwasher, oven, four ring electric
hob, and a Stanley Rayburn oil fired range cooker.
Dining room/snug, having a stable door leading out to the front of the property.
Utility room fitted with a range of wall and base units, giving access to the rear garden.
Cloaks room, having a WC and wash hand basin.
To the first floor:
Galleried landing, off which is the airing cupboard.
Master bedroom suite, having a three piece en-suite shower room. From the bedroom, stairs lead up to a mezzanine area currently used as a home office.
Bedroom two, a double room.
Bedroom three, again a double room.
Bedroom four, a good size double room.
House bathroom fitted with a four piece suite to include a shower, bath, WC and wash hand basin.
The property is accessed via a gravelled driveway.
Wooden gates to the right hand side of the driveway give access to the large block paved area, providing ample off street parking. The large lawned front garden has planted
borders and opposite the front lawn, to the other side of the gravelled driveway, is a further lawned garden area.
The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn and incorporates a paved seating area, along with bark chipped and planted borders surrounded by a timber boundary fence.
To the rear of the property are two brick constructed outbuildings, providing useful storage space with one of the outbuildings housing the oil tank.