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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Church Street, Whatton

Guide Price £475,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Double Fronted Period Home
  • Wealth of Character & Features
  • Deceptive Level of Accommodation
  • 4 Bedrooms, 4 Receptions
  • Ground Floor Shower & Utility
  • Potential for Annexe
  • Quiet No Through Lane
  • Ample Parking
  • Private Rear Garden
  • No Upward Chain

Full description

** DOUBLE FRONTED PERIOD HOME ** WEALTH OF CHARACTER & FEATURES ** DECEPTIVE LEVEL OF ACCOMMODATION ** 4 BEDROOMS, 4 RECEPTIONS ** GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM & UTILITY ** POTENTIAL FOR ANNEXE ** QUIET NO THROUGH LANE ** AMPLE PARKING ** PRIVATE REAR GARDEN ** NO UPWARD CHAIN **

Grove House is a stunning double fronted Georgian residence understood to date back to the late 1700s and offering a considerable level of character and features, but sympathetically extended and refurbished to create a well proportioned and versatile level of accommodation which approaches 1900 sq ft. This delightful period home is tucked away in an idyllic setting, located on a quiet backwater yards from the pretty village church within this highly regarded Conservation village.

In total the property provides four double bedrooms with ensuite cloaks and main bathroom, whilst to the ground floor there are four versatile but individual reception areas each offering their own character with attractive live fireplaces and exposed beams. The garden room offers a beautiful inglenook fireplace with part glazed roof, exposed brick chimney breast with gas stove and access out into the garden. The fourth reception/study makes a superb home office tucked away from the main accommodation and lies adjacent to a useful utility and shower room allowing this area of the house to potentially be utilised as an annexe, perfect for extended families with elderly relative or teenagers. In addition a sympathetically modernised kitchen with hand painted units and granite work surfaces completes this fascinating beautifully presented home.

The property occupies a pleasant established plot with the majority of the gardens lying to the rear and offering an excellent degree of privacy as well as outdoor entertaining space, there is parking to both the side and rear as well space, subject to necessary consents, for the addition of a garage should this be required.

Overall viewing is really the only way to appreciate both the location and accommodation on offer.

Whatton lies on the edge of the Vale of Belvoir and has its own village hall. Further amenities can be found in the adjacent village of Aslockton including well regarded primary school, public house, post office/shop and railway station with links to Nottingham and Grantham. Additional amenities can be found in the nearby market town of Bingham and the village is bypassed by the A52 which provides good road access to the A46, A1 and M1.

A TIMBER ENTRANCE DOOR WITH DOUBLE GLAZED LIGHT LEADS THROUGH INTO:

Entrance Hall - 1.96m x 2.06m (6'5 x 6'9) - Having attractive vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers and central archway through into an:

Inner Hallway - Having cloaks hanging space, Travertine effect ceramic tiled floor and further door to:

Shower Room - 2.06m x 1.65m (6'9 x 5'5) - Having a modern but traditional style white suite comprising close coupled wc, wall mounted wash basin with chrome taps, shower enclosure with glass screen, chrome shower mixer with independent handset over, tiled splashbacks, downlighters to the ceiling and extractor, central heating radiator and multi-pane window.

Utility Room - 3.05m max x 1.83m (10'0 max x 6'0) - Having initial laundry area with useful built in storage cupboards and open doorway leading through into the main utility which has a fitted base unit with butcher's block effect laminate work surface over, ceramic one and a third bowl sink and drainer unit with chrome swan neck mixer tap and tiled splashback, continuation of the Travertine effect ceramic tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble drier, floor standing Worcester central heating boiler, central heating radiator, pitched roof with conservation skylight and multi-pane door leading through into:

Study - 3.91m max x 3.25m (12'10 max x 10'8) - A versatile reception space currently utilised as a home office and fitted out with a generous range of integrated furniture with study area and built in cupboards, central heating radiator, multi-pane windows overlooking the rear garden.

Alternatively this area of the house including the ground floor shower and utility could be utilised as a single storey annexe, perfect for extended families.

Returning to the entrance hall a cottage latch ledge and brace door leads through into an open plan:

Sitting Room - 7.70m max x 3.86m (25'3 max x 12'8) - An attractive spacious open plan reception benefitting from a dual aspect with windows to both the front and rear including feature exposed brick window surround with quarry tiled window seat and glazed window into the rear garden. The room offers a wealth of character with heavily beamed ceiling and the lower part of the room having deep skirting, two central heating radiators and steps up into the second area of the room.

The focal point of this area is a chimney breast with beautiful finished stone fire surround and mantle, slate hearth and solid fuel stove, alcove to the side, deep skirting, central heating radiator and sash window to the front elevation.





A stripped pine door leads through into an:

Inner Hallway - Having staircase rising to the first floor and access into the:

Dining Room - 3.51m x 3.51m (11'6 x 11'6) - A versatile reception space currently utilised as a formal dining room, benefitting from a dual aspect with attractive period sash window to the front and French doors leading on to a small terrace at the side, central heating radiator, deep skirting and two wall light points.

Kitchen - 3.96m x 3.28m (13'0 x 10'9) - Appointed with a generous range of cream hand painted solid wood units, granite work surface with under-mounted twin Belfast style ceramic sink, chrome mixer tap and granite splashbacks. Integrated appliances include Siemens four ring gas hob with concealed hood over, built in Siemens double oven, integrated microwave, Bosch dishwasher, exposed beam to the ceiling, attractive tiled floor, low level plinth heater, useful under-stairs walk-in pantry, ample room for free standing fridge freezer and window overlooking the rear garden. A further door leads up into the:

Garden Room - 4.04m x 3.89m max (13'3 x 12'9 max) - A stunning reception space flooded with light and having part pitched glazed ceiling shedding light down on to an attractive exposed brick inglenook fireplace and chimney breast with flagstone hearth and inset gas fired stove with alcoves and multi-pane windows to either side, exposed beams to the ceiling with inset downlighters, central heating radiator, double glazed French doors leading out into the rear garden.



RETURNING TO THE INNER HALLWAY AN ATTRACTIVE WIDE SPLIT-LEVEL STAIRCASE RISES TO THE FIRST FLOOR:

Bedroom 1 - 3.53m x 3.66m excl wardrobes (11'7 x 12'0 excl war - A well proportioned double bedroom having fitted wardrobes, attractive dresser unit with drawers and vanity surface, deep skirting, telephone point, central heating radiator, sash window to the front elevation and stripped pine door leading through into:

Ensuite Cloakroom - 1.57m x 1.02m (5'2 x 3'4) - Having a contemporary two piece white suite comprising close coupled wc, built in vanity unit with elliptical wash basin, granite vanity surround, central heating radiator, deep skirting, inset downlighter and extractor to the ceiling, access to loft space and multi-pane window to the front.

Bedroom 2 - 3.84m x 2.03m (12'7 x 6'8) - Again a double bedroom offering a wealth of character with pitched ceiling with exposed timbers, two central heating radiators and multi-pane window to the side.

Bedroom 3 - 3.96m x 3.18m (13'0 x 10'5) - A generous double bedroom benefitting from a dual aspect with views into the rear garden, having built in vanity unit with central dressing table and adjacent low level drawer units, granite vanity surface with under-mounted wash basin with chrome mixer tap and granite splashback, built in wardrobe and low level storage cupboards, central heating radiator, inset downlighters to the ceiling, window to the side and period multi-pane window to the rear.

Bedroom 4 - 3.86m x 2.77m excl wardrobes (12'8 x 9'1 excl ward - A further double bedroom having pleasant aspect across to the village church, having built in full height wardrobes and the focal point of the room being chimney breast with period stripped pine fire surround and mantle, inset cast iron stove and alcoves to the side, ceiling light point, central heating radiator and multi-pane sash window.

Bathroom - 3.05m x 1.55m (10'0 x 5'1) - Appointed with a suite comprising tongue and groove panelled bath with chrome taps, bi-fold shower screen and chrome wall mounted shower mixer with independent handset, close coupled wc, built in vanity unit with granite surface over and under-mounted elliptical wash basin with chrome mixer tap, mirrored and granite splashbacks, attractive pitched ceiling with exposed timbers, chrome contemporary towel radiator and obscure glazed window to the rear.

Exterior - The property occupies a deceptive plot accessed off a no-through-lane and the front garden has been designed for relatively low maintenance with stone chipping borders well stocked with established trees and shrubs including mature yew trees. To the side of the property a pathway leads to the front door as well as a parking area and timber courtesy gate giving access into the rear garden.





Rear Garden - An enclosed and private rear garden mainly laid to lawn with paved seating areas and well stocked perimeter borders with established trees and shrubs. To the rear of this is a tandem driveway which provides off road parking for several vehicles and, subject to necessary consents, may offer scope for the addition of a garage.





Council Tax Band - Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band F.


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13 September 2016

Nearest stations

  • Aslockton (0.3 mi)
  • Elton & Orston (1.6 mi)
  • Bingham (2.5 mi)
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10 Market Street, Bingham, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG13 8AB

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Nearest stations

  • Aslockton (0.3 mi)
  • Elton & Orston (1.6 mi)
  • Bingham (2.5 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Richard Watkinson & Partners, Bingham- Sales

10 Market Street, Bingham, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG13 8AB

01949 443006 Local call rate

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