3 bedroom house for saleMattersey, Doncaster, DN10 5DY.
- Superbly restored period home
- 3 bedrooms
- 3 reception rooms
- Family bathroom
- Ground floor shower room
- Good sized gardens
- Village location
- Gardens on 3 sides
The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall, lounge, dining room, family room, kitchen and breakfast room, and shower room on the ground floor with three bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. There is a useful cellar. Oil fired central heating and PVCu sealed unit double glazing are installed.
The property benefits from gardens to three sides with potential for off road parking. There is a brick outbuilding presently used as a utility room.
PVCu entrance door with arched glazed panel, stairs rising to the first floor and brick steps down to the cellar, part tiled floor, decorative cornice to ceiling.
Multi-fuel stove set on slate hearth, bay window to the front, decorative cornice.
Open fire with hardwood surround, tiled inset and hearth, bay window to the front, 2 wall light points, decorative cornice to ceiling.
Exposed brickwork, painted timbers to ceiling, arched window.
Kitchen and Breakfast Room
A split level room with fitted units to the kitchen area comprising shaker style cupboards and drawers with work surface over, stainless steel sink with mixer tap, integrated dishwasher, electric over, halogen hob and extractor hood over, tiled floor and part tiled walls, cornice to ceiling and step up to breakfast area, also with tiled floor, two fitted storage cupboards, PVCu sealed unit double glazed French doors to the rear, arched window.
Corner shower cubicle, close coupled WC and wash hand basin, tiled floor, loft access, extractor fan, shaver point.
Vaulted cellar with brick floor.
Built in airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and immersion heater, fitted shelving, loft access.
Decorative cornice to ceiling. Dual aspect room.
Decorative cornice to ceiling. Dual aspect room.
Decorative cornice to ceiling.
Slipper roll top bath with chrome Victorian style mixer tap and shower attachment, quadrant shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and high level WC, pine boarded floor, mosaic tiling to lower walls, coving, extractor fan.
There is brick walling and railings to the roadside boundary, with a pedestrian gate opening to a flagstone pathway leading to the side entrance door. A low brick wall retains a lavender border with further shrubbery to borders surrounding the side lawn. There are further lawns to the opposite side of the property, shrubbery and fruit, holly and conifer trees.
There is access to either side of the property to the enclosed rear gardens which offer a concrete hardstanding area and additional lawns. There is a brick and pantile outbuilding which is presently used as a Utility Room with plumbing for an automatic washing machine, power and light connected and housing the oil fired central heating boiler.
We are given to understand that the tenure of the property is Freehold.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. There is an oil fired central heating system to radiators.
We are advised by Bassetlaw District Council that Beverley House is in Council Tax Band E.
Beverley House is located in the village of Mattersey, around 8 miles from the thriving market town of Retford, and 5 miles to the south east of Bawtry. The village has a primary school and a Post Office. Retford serves the local villages and has a main line rail link with London Kings Cross (105 minutes). Mattersey is conveniently located for the A1 network at Ranby and Blyth. The A1 motorway gives excellent access to London and to the North, the M18, M62 and M1. Sheffield is approximately 30 minute drive away and Leeds and Nottingham are within an hours commute.
Retford has a small market place which is home to the local market on a Thursday and Saturday with a range of local shops and Asda and Morrisons Superstores. There is a good selection of local junior and secondary schools and private education is available at Ranby School and Worksop College. Situated on the River Idle and The Chesterfield canal there are walks which offer access to open countryside. On the doorstep is Sherwood Forest, National Trust Clumber Park and a variety of other attractions. The historic city of Lincoln is just a short drive away, which offers Lincoln Cathedral, Castle, University, Cinema and numerous shops and boutiques along with many eating establishments.
From our office in Bawtry, leave the town to the East on the A631 and continue for about 3 miles, until reaching the village of Everton. Turn right signposted to Mattersey and follow the road directly to the village. Beverley House is found on the left hand side as identified by our For Sale board.
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