4 bedroom detached house for saleBeckland Hill, East Markham, Newark
Sold STC £332,950
- Early Victorian House
- Open Plan Sitting Room
- Fine Dining Room
- Four Spacious Bedrooms
- House Bathroom + Ensuite
- Garden Cottage Annexe
- Small Secluded Garden
- Village Conservation Area
- Tandem Garage
* Early Victorian House * Open Plan Sitting Room * Fine Dining Room * Four Spacious Bedrooms * House Bathroom + Ensuite * Garden Cottage Annexe * Small Secluded Garden * Village Conservation Area * Tandem Garage *
* Early Victorian House
* Open Plan Sitting Room
* Fine Dining Room
* Four Spacious Bedrooms
* House Bathroom + Ensuite
* Garden Cottage Annexe
* Small Secluded Garden
* Village Conservation Area
* Tandem Garage
A handsome early Victorian residence with nicely proportioned rooms and wonderful original features. This carefully and most sympathetically restored four bedroom house stands with a small but secluded garden, tandem garage and together with a self contained one bedroom cottage.
The tall box sash windows are typical of the Victorian period provide lots of light to the lofty and elegant rooms. The decoration in neutral white throughout most of the house emphasizes the light and airy characteristics. The rooms are comfortable, practical and adaptable both for family, individual or a work from home environment. The accommodation includes an entrance porch, open plan sitting room inner hall, separate dining room and kitchen on the ground floor. The fine dog-leg staircase with half landing and a spacious main landing leads to the four first floor bedrooms. There is a Jack and Jill arrangement for bedrooms one and two and a good sized house bathroom both fitted with contemporary suites.
The garden cottage is a two storey building with ground floor kitchen and a first floor living bedroom and ensuite. The property has frontage to Beckland Hill at its junction with Low Street. The part walled garden with lawn and shrub borders is private and secluded.
The property is situated in the heart of East Markham village. The church is described by Nikolaus Pevsner in his book The Buildings of England, as "the most splendid church in this part of the county". This charming village has many examples of Georgian and character property and local landmarks include Markham Hall and Cleveland Windmill.
Local amenities include a primary school, butcher, farm shop and two pubs. There is also a playing field, tennis courts and a bowling green. The village is ideally placed for commuting to Newark, Lincoln and Nottingham. Fast main line trains capable of journey times between Newark Northgate station and London King's Cross in just over 75 minutes. There are access points to the A1 at Markham Moor. The Robin Hood Airport Doncaster is convenient and just over 30 minutes drive.
Entrance Porch -
Open Plan Living Dining Room - 7.72m x 5.49m (25'4" x 18'0") - Narrowing to 13'9''
A light and airy room the focal point of which is the substantial ornate stove set on a quarry tiled hearth, an inner archway separates the space. The room is of a dual aspect nature with oak flooring, radiators and feature illuminated display niches.
Dining Room View -
Further View -
Inner Hall - With elegant staircase having spindled balustrade, useful illuminated under stair cupboard, wood laminate floor covering, coving and a radiator.
Day Room/ Study - 3.96m x 3.56m (13'0" x 11'8") - Measured to the front of the chimney breast.
With traditional relief surround and cast iron open grate, flanked by book shelving, exposed floor boarding and a radiator.
Kitchen - 3.71m x 2.79m (12'2" x 9'2") - With a range of bespoke oak corniced fitments with complimenting pelmets, book shelving, breakfast bar co-ordinating working surfaces, ceramic double bowl sink unit, ceramic tiled splash backs and a quarry tiled floor. Integrated appliances include; oven, electric hob and extractor. There is plumbing for a washing machine and a dishwasher. Under drawn ceiling with down lights, oil fired central heating boiler and radiator.
Kitchen Further View -
First Floor -
Landing - With picture rail, balustrade, access hatch and loft ladder to roof void area.
Bedroom One - 3.89m x 3.71m (12'9" x 12'2") - With good built in wardrobe, coving, radiator and door to:
Jack And Jill Shower Room - With shower enclosure hosting a multi-jet shower, WC with concealed cistern, wall mounted glass basin, high gloss tiled floor covering, down lights, extractor and radiator.
Bedroom Two - 3.89m x 3.40m (12'9" x 11'2") - With built in wardrobe, exposed floor boarding, coving radiator and connecting door to the Jack and Jill shower room.
Bedroom Three - 3.96m x 3.12m (13'0" x 10'3") - Measured to the front of the chimney breast.
With feature decorative fireplace, adjacent wardrobes, top level shelving, fitted desk area, picture rail and radiator.
Bedroom Four - 3.66m x 2.79m (12'0" x 9'2") - With built in wardrobe/airing cupboard and radiator.
Bathroom - Attractively refitted with contemporary white suite of Spa bath with bath/shower mixer over, circular wall mounted glass basin, WC, linen cupboard, picture rails and radiator.
Garden Cottage - Formerly a two story outbuilding now converted into an annexe style apartment for the family's son.
Ground Floor -
Dining Kitchen - 3.48m x 3.05m (11'5" x 10'0") - With attractive range of maple fitments and polished granite effect working surfaces, staircase to the first floor, under stairs storage cupboard with hot water cylinder, tiled flooring, French doors opening to the garden, coving, down lights and electric radiator.
Kitchen Further View -
First Floor -
Bedroom/ Sitting Room - 3.66m x 3.05m (12'0" x 10'0") - With built in wardrobe, wood laminate floor covering, vaulted ceiling with beamed features, electric panel radiator.
Shower Room - With square shower enclosure hosting multi-jet shower, wall mounted glass basin, low suite WC, attractively tiled flooring in natural tones. Open vaulted ceiling with beam features and electric panel radiator.
Outside - The property enjoys frontage to Beckland Hill at its junction with Low Street. To the rear of the property there is a part walled mews style garden with lawn and shrub borders.
Tandem Garage - 10.97m x 3.05m (36'0" x 10'0") - Access off York Street leads to the tandem garage with up and over door.
Front Elevation -
Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage are all connected to the property.
Tenure - The property is freehold.
Possession - Vacant possession will be given on completion.
Mortgage - Mortgage advice is available through our Mortgage Adviser. Your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other loan secured on it.
Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the selling agents.
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