5 bedroom house for saleOld Main Road, Bulcote, Nottingham, NG14 5GU
- A Fine Grade 2 Listed Home
- Popular Conservation Area Location
- 3 Good Sized Reception Rooms
- Large Farmhouse Style Kitchen
- Large Games Room
- 5 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
- Gorgeous 0.4 Acre Plot
- Brick Built Stable Block
Full description* A HANDSOME PERIOD HOME * EXTENSIVE 3 STOREY ACCOMMODATION EXTENDING TO ALMOST 3200 FT² * HIGHLY DESIRABLE CONSERVATION VILLAGE OF BULCOTE * WELL PROPORTIONED ACCOMMODATION * VERSATILE AND FLEXIBLE LAYOUT * 5 GOOD SIZED BEDROOMS ARRANGED OVER THE 1ST AND 2ND FLOORS * LOUNGE, DINING ROOM, AND SITTING ROOM * A SPACIOUS FAMILY SIZED KITCHEN WITH ADJACENT BREAKFAST ROOM * USEFUL CLOAKROOM, GROUND FLOOR WC, UTILITY ROOM/ WORK ROOM * EN-SUITE BATHROOM INCLUDING FEATURE SLIPPER BATH * LARGE 1ST FLOOR GAMES ROOM 23’ X 16’ * BEAUTIFUL GARDENS EXTENDING TO APPROXIMATELY 0.41 ACRES INCLUDING 'SECRET' COURTYARD GARDEN * TWO STOREY STABLE BLOCK WHICH OFFERS GREAT POTENTIAL FOR DEVELOPMENT *
A handsome period home of red brick elevations beneath a pantile roof with kneelered gables, Ivy House offers extensive 3 storey accommodation extending to almost 3200 ft, and is situated in the highly desirable conservation village of Bulcote.
Architecturally the property has a great deal to offer, from dogtooth gables and pretty sash windows flanked by painted shutters, to heavily beamed ceilings, and a grand inglenook fireplace in the lounge. Historically, the property is believed to date back to at least the early 1700s, with subsequent extensions to the rear in Victorian times.
The accommodation is well proportioned and offers buyers a versatile and flexible layout that will no doubt appeal to families, with plenty of space to the ground floor and 5 good sized bedrooms arranged over the 1st and 2nd floors. To the ground floor is the lounge, dining room, and sitting room, a spacious family sized kitchen, fitted with a range of bespoke pine units with butchers block work tops, and stable door to the secret courtyard garden outside. The breakfast room sits adjacent to the kitchen and has glazed French doors providing a gorgeous vista over the rear garden, and also leads to a useful cloakroom with storage, a ground floor WC, and a further room with plenty of storage, a versatile space which has worked well for the current owners as a utility room, a work room, or a family room.
The 5 bedrooms include the master bedroom with a large en-suite bathroom fitted with a traditional style suite with slipper bath, whilst the other 4 bedrooms share the main family bathroom with both bath and separate shower cubicle. Also found on the 1st floor is a particularly large room extending to approximately 23 x 16, used by the current owners as a family games room but suiting a whole range of possible uses from home work space, to further bedrooms.
The gardens are of particular note, extending to approximately 0.41 acres and offering a high level of privacy, in part due to a number of majestic and mature trees which provide a high level of screening. A sweeping driveway opens out into a wide parking area for numerous cars, extensive lawns, and a bright and colourful herbaceous border. With access from the kitchen only, there is a 'secret' courtyard garden with water feature. A two storey brick and pantile stable block is currently used for storage with open fronted garaging to the side, but offers great potential for development*
Bulcote - Bulcote is an historic village approximately 7 miles from Nottingham city centre. The neighbouring village of Burton Joyce offers an excellent range of amenities and facilities, and there is a good range of schooling nearby.
Accommodation - A cobbled and paved frontage leads via a solid timber panelled door with iron mongery to the lounge.
Lounge - 4.70m x 4.34m (15'5" x 14'3" ) - A well proportioned lounge with heavily beamed ceilings, a pretty and secondary glazed sash window to the front elevation, central heating radiator, and a focal Inglenook fireplace with distinctive oak beam and an open fire place set upon a stone hearth, with fitted pine storage to the side. Antique pine doors with brass knobs lead into the hallway and kitchen, and a latch and brace door leads into the dining room.
Dining Room - 5.13m x 3.58m (16'10" x 11'9") - A well proportioned room with lofty ceilings, an exposed oak ceiling beam, a pretty single glazed sash window to the front elevation, a single glazed window to the rear courtyard, two central heating radiators, useful serving hatch to the kitchen, and a feature fireplace upon a raised stone hearth with exposed mantle beam and brickwork, open fire with copper hood, and alcoves to each side.
Hallway - With central heating radiator, understairs storage cupboard, and a pine door with brass knob into the sitting room.
Sitting Room - 4.27m x 3.91m (14'0" x 12'10") - With an attractive single glazed window to the front elevation, a further single glazed arched sash window to the side elevation, extensive open bookcase shelving, and a built-in floor to ceiling cupboard to one of the alcoves.
Breakfast Room & Kitchen - Located at the rear of the property, a fantastic fitted kitchen with breakfast room to the side.
Breakfast Room - 4.80m x 2.84m (15'9" x 9'4") - With tiled flooring throughout, central heating radiator, glazed French doors onto the rear garden, an attractive gas coal-effect, and a latch and brace door into the cloakroom.
Fitted Kitchen - 4.80m x 2.39m (15'9" x 7'10") - Adjacent to the breakfast room, fitted with a bespoke range of handmade base and wall units in pine, with cupboards and drawers, and butchers block style work tops including an inset marble chopping board. There are tiled splash-backs, an under-mounted Belfast sink with mixer tap, and space for appliances including a Range style cooker. There is space for further appliances including plumbing for a dishwasher. Two single glazed windows overlook the courtyard garden, which is accessed via a glazed stable door.
Cloakroom - With wall to wall built-in storage, including hanging rails and shelving, and housing the fuse board. Tiled flooring, and a latch and brace door into the ground floor WC.
Ground Floor Wc - With a low level toilet, wash hand basin with hot and cold taps, central heating radiator, and a single glazed window to the side elevation.
Family Room / Utility - 4.24m x 3.28m (13'11" x 10'9" ) - A useful and versatile space which has worked well for the current owners as a utility room, a work room, or a family room. With beamed ceiling, single glazed window to the rear elevation, glazed stable door to the side elevation, ample fitted storage including shelved cupboards, a wine rack, plus breakfast bar, work surfaces, and an inset stainless steel dual drainer sink. A latch and brace door leads into the utility cupboard.
Utility Cupboard - With plumbing for a washing machine, space for further appliances, built-in storage and access to the boiler room.
Boiler Room - With floor standing Glow-worm boiler, copper hot water cylinder, shelving and lighting.
First Floor Landing - With central heating radiator, secondary glazed sash window to the front elevation, stairs to the second floor, pine doors to master bedroom and bedroom two.
Master Bedroom - 4.70m max x 4.37m max (15'5" max x 14'4" max) - With a pretty secondary glazed sash window to the front elevation, central heating radiator, painted beams to the ceiling, fitted wardrobes with hanging rails, and an attractive cast iron fireplace. A latch and brace door and a small flight of stairs leads to the en-suite bathroom.
En-Suite Bathroom - Fitted with an attractive and traditional style suite by Sanitan, comprising a low level toilet with ceramic cistern and lever flush, a matching Edwardian style pedestal wash hand basin with hot and cold taps, a bidet, and a freestanding slipper style bath with hot and cold taps and painted sides. There is a large shower cubicle housing a mains feed shower with glazed sliding door. Also finding a central heating radiator, single glazed window to the side elevation, and floor to ceiling fitted storage with shelving and housing the pre-lagged hot water cylinder with programmer to the side.
Bedroom Two - 4.32m x 3.99m (14'2" x 13'1") - With beams to the ceiling, central heating radiator, and secondary glazed sash window to the front elevation.
Rear Landing - With access to bedroom five, the games room, and to the main family bathroom.
Bedroom Five - 4.80m x 2.72m (15'9" x 8'11") - With central heating radiator, a single glazed window to the side elevation, and a pedestal wash hand basin with water.
Family Bathroom - Fitted with a matching suite comprising a close coupled toilet, bath with mixer tap, bidet, and sink within a vanity style unit with tiled surround and cupboard below. There is a separate shower cubicle with mains feed shower, and a double airing cupboard with slatted shelving. Also finding a central heating radiator, and a single glazed window to the rear garden.
Games Room - 7.06m x 4.78m (23'2" x 15'8") - An extensive and versatile space currently used as a family games room, with large single glazed multi paned window to the rear elevation, a further single glazed multi paned window at the side elevation, a fitted corner bar area, and tiled fireplace.
Second Floor Landing - With access to bedrooms three and four.
Bedroom Three - 4.75m x 4.37m (15'7" x 14'4") - With a single glazed dormer window to the front elevation, a wall mounted electric heater, and fitted wardrobes with hanging rail and shelving.
Bedroom Four - 4.37m x 4.01m (14'4" x 13'2") - With a wall mounted electric heater, single glazed dormer style window to the front elevation, and further Velux style window.
Gardens - A five bar timber gate to the side of the property leads via a sweeping driveway which opens up to provide ample parking to the front of the detached stable block. The gardens are a particular feature of the property, extending to approximately 0.4 acres, affording a high level of privacy, and being well stocked throughout. There are extensive lawns, numerous plants and shrubs including a colourful herbaceous border. There is also a secret courtyard garden accessed only via the kitchen stable door, providing a sun trap seating area with York paving, attractive planting, a water feature pond, and a covered BBQ area.
Detached Stable Block - A brick and pantiled two storey stable block, comprising stables to the ground floor, and hay loft above. An exciting opportunity for conversion and development, subject to all necessary consents. To the ground floor are three distinct areas, store one measures approximately 17'10" x 14'7", is open to the front, and used as a useful two car garaging by the current owners. Store 1 is partially open to store 2 which measures 19'5" x 14'6", has a door to the front, and stairs leading to the upper hay loft. Store 3 measures approximately 14'6" x 12'10" with door to the front. The upper level hayloft measures approximately 33'0" x 14'5", with vaulted ceilings and exposed beam work. There are two further single storey brick and pantile outbuildings currently used as a coal store and wood store.
Further Note - * Any suggestion of development is subject to obtaining all necessary consents.
The property is Grade II listed.
Fixtures And Fittings - Any fixtures and fittings not mentioned in these details are excluded from the sale price. No services or appliances which may have been included in these details have been tested by the selling agent and therefore cannot be guaranteed to be in good working order.
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