4 bedroom detached house for saleLow Hill Farm, Messingham, Scunthorpe, DN17
Guide Price £750,000
- 4 bedrooms, 3 en suite
- 3 reception rooms
- Double garage
- Grounds approx 21 acres
- 600m airstrip
- Home of North Moor Aero Club and Model Aero Club
- Good range of hangars and outbuildings
- Yearly income from Club
- EPC Rating = D
Substantial 4 bedroom modern house with 21 acres approx including 600m airstrip and hangars
The property stands in open level countryside and is just 2 miles from Messingham village which has local facilities to include a doctors' surgery, shops, primary school, takeaway outlets, public houses, tea room, the Holy Trinity Church and a Methodist Church. There is a wildlife reserve at the Sand Quarry, a caravan park, fishing ponds and a golf course on the village outskirts. Doncaster and Humberside Airports are within easy travelling distance and the M180 links the area with the national motorway network providing access to larger business centres such as Sheffield (49 miles), Leeds (58 miles), Hull (33 miles)
Low Hill Farm is a substantial detached four bedroom modern house built 18 years ago and set in grounds extending to 21 acres and including a 600m airstrip with hangarage for multiple aircraft and is currently home to the North Moor Aero Club and Model Aero Club which has circa 50 members.
In more detail the accommodation comprises entrance hall which
leads to all the principle reception rooms and a cloakroom with fully fitted units. Bright double aspect reception room, exposed brick fireplace with LPG stove, double doors through to conservatory which opens onto rear garden. Dining room and Sitting room to the front, kitchen breakfast room with good range of wall and base units and central island and link to utility room with fitted units and integral double garage. The first floor enjoys a light and open landing, master bedroom with en suite shower room and fully fitted dressing room, two guest bedrooms with en suite shower rooms, all with fully fitted units including dressing table, fourth bedroom and a family bathroom.
The property is approached over a long driveway leading past the model aircraft flying field with static caravan forming a "clubhouse" for the members. The driveway continues and opens onto a wide gravelled parking forecourt with access to the linked Double Garage.
A brick and block-built range with pantiles, water and power supply and which comprises: Kennels with galvanized partitions and runs, Stable/Workshop with sink and low-level WC which require connection, and Store with light and power.
Workshop of block and timber with concrete floor, shelving, bench, light and power - large sliding double doors.
Three steel portal framed buildings each with sliding doors and mainly concrete floors, one having a timber framed store.
Polytunnel Hangar with galvanized steel tubular frame.
Balmoral Static Caravan by Cosalt and forming the "Clubhouse" of the Aero Club with sitting and dining areas, kitchen, planning room and store, shower with basin and separate toilet, LPG piping and water heater. Similar Static Caravan as referred to above for the model aero club. The Land is presently laid to grass including the Airfield running east to west and 600m in length. Grass Paddock adjoining the house with outside taps, double gates and pedestrian gates. Garden areas mainly
laid to lawn with some trees and hedges but providing great potential for landscaping if preferred.
The North Moor Aero Club was formed in October 2008 for light,
single engine aircraft and in conjunction with their home. The m odel flying section of the club commenced around 2008. There are now approximately 50 members in total. The air field only uses only a small proportion of the land on the southern boundary, leaving the rest for other uses such as, touring caravans, holiday lodges, fishing lakes and equestrian activities, subject to planning consent. Our client informs us that there is also planning permission to store fuel on site. If the buyer wishes, the Club members have indicated that they would be willing to run the Club and Airfield carrying out all of the necessary work.
Photographs taken April 2016
Square Footage: 3,744 sq ft
Acreage: 21 Acres
From Junction 3 of the M180 (approx. 5 miles from the property) take the M181 to Scunthorpe West and proceed to the roundabout, take the third exit along Doncaster Road, cross one roundabout and at the next roundabout take the 4th exit along Scotter Road. Follow the road for around 3.8 miles (this becomes North Moor Lane after crossing over the M180) and turn right onto West Common North Road. After a short distance Low Hill Farm is on the left side set well back from the lane.
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