5 bedroom detached house for saleMain Street, Sutton Bonington
- VICTORIAN DETACHED FAMILY HOME
- CIRCA 1826
- FIVE BEDROOMS
- TWO RECEPTIONS, GARDEN CONSERVATORY
- HAND PAINTED DEVOL KITCHEN
- FANTASTIC EXTENSIVE GARDENS
- TANDEM DOUBLE GARAGE & SWEEPING DRIVE
- HEART OF VILLAGE LOCATION
An instantly appealing Victorian detached family home circa 1826 with the most fantastic extensive landscaped gardens we have seen for some time. The quality interior features a farmhouse hand painted dining kitchen from DeVol, this leads into a garden conservatory where we can imagine summer days being spent between these two rooms. The entire home retains a wealth of character features including stripped pine doors, beamed ceilings and cast iron stove fireplaces. The lounge and dining room are situated to the property and there is a laundry room and ground floor bathroom off the kitchen. There are five double bedrooms situated over the next two floors many of which enjoy a light and airy feel and a family bathroom. The sweeping driveway has parking for 5-6 cars and leads to a tandem double garage. The garden has a sunny patio and pathways leading to the very top of the garden where views of the rear elevation can be enjoyed along with surrounding well stocked borders, shrubs, flowers and vegetable garden. The property is situated in the very heart of the village close to the local primary school, village pub and shop with delightful country and river walks nearby.
Timber panelled single glazed front entrance door leading to:
Porch - Of brick and timber frame double glazed construction with attractive multi panelled windows, slate effect Kardine style flooring, stripped pine single glazed inner entrance door and original decorative multi panelled arched window above leading to:
Entrance Hallway - A welcoming entrance to the property featuring the original period style balustrade staircase to the first floor and useful under stairs storage cupboard.
Lounge - 13'4''x 12'0'' - A bright and airy room which centres around a striking cast iron stove with inset living flame effect gas fire and built-in cupboards and glass shelving adjacent to the chimney breast. Picture rail and original stripped pine entrance door.
Dining Room - 12'6''x 12'0'' - A versatile room which over the years has doubled as a family room and study etc. Centring around a cast iron stove with inset living flame effect gas fire and built-in pine cupboards and shelving adjacent to the chimney breast. Original stripped pine entrance door.
Devol Dining Kitchen - 16'10''x 11'4'' - The hub of the home which leads into a garden conservatory and overlooks the attractive rear garden and room for a central dining table. The quality DeVol hand painted kitchen features a range of shaker style base, drawers and eye level units with integrated dishwasher, free-standing stainless steel electric and gas Range oven, Belfast sink unit and a mixture of solid granite and butcher's block style wooden work surfaces. Terracotta stone flooring, exposed beamed ceiling, original stripped pine single glazed door leading from the entrance hall and pine multi panelled single glazed door leading to:
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Garden Conservatory - 13'8'' x 11'7'' - Enjoying fantastic views of the stunning rear gardens, the conservatory is of brick and timber framed hardwood double glazed construction with French doors out onto the patio and having a quarry tiled floor, electric light, power, ceiling fan and electric storage heater.
Laundry Room - 11'0''x 9'1'' - With a basic range of base unit cupboards and drawers, plumbing for automatic washing machine, stainless steel sink unit, British Gas conventional gas central heating boiler, ceramic tiled floor, beamed ceiling, original stripped pine door leading to the kitchen and original stripped pine door leading to:
Ground Floor Bathroom - 11'1'' x 6'5'' - A welcome and useful addition to the property which sees a white three piece suite comprising panelled bath with Mira mixer shower, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, tiled splashbacks, exposed beamed ceiling and ceramic tiled floor.
First Floor Landing - A split level first floor landing part of which sees exposed beams to the ceiling and balustrade staircase leading to the second floor.
Bedroom One - 13'7''x 11'4'' - A bright and airy double size bedroom with original stripped pine entrance door.
Bedroom Two - 12'6''x 12'0'' - A second bright and airy double size bedroom featuring the original stripped pine entrance door.
Bedroom Three - 16'0'' x 11'1'' - A third double size bedroom situated to the rear elevation and enjoying fantastic views of the stunning rear gardens. The room has a range of full heigh fitted wardrobes, chest of drawers, vanity sink unit, exposed beamed ceiling and original stripped pine entrance door. There is also the airing cupboard which houses the hot water cylinder.
Bedroom Four - 11'2''x 8'0'' - A small double or larger single size bedroom which overlooks the fantastic stunning rear gardens with exposed beamed ceiling and original stripped pine entrance door.
Family Bathroom - With a white three piece suite comprising panelled bath, low level w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, half height wood panelled walls, exposed beamed ceiling and original stripped pine single glazed entrance door.
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Second Floor Landing - With original stripped pine entrance door leading to:
Bedroom Five - 15'8''x 11'2'' with reducing head height - A double size bedroom with reduced head height to some part of the room with door leading to:
Walk-In Attic Space - 16'7''x 11'3'' with reducing head height - A very useable windowless attic space fantastic for storage and with the potential to create a sixth bedroom subject to the necessary planning consents.
Outside - The property is situated in the very heart of the village with the primary school in one direction and local village shop and pub in the other. The instantly appealing frontage sees the original retaining front wall beyond which lies an attractive lawned garden, planted borders and a sweeping driveway to the side offering parking for approximately 5-6 cars and leading to a detached brick built TANDEM GARAGE situated in the rear garden. This measuring approximately 30'0" x 9'0" with electric light and power, storage to the roof void and a side pedestrian door from the garden.
Outside Rear - A most fantastic and generous landscaped garden lies to the rear which has been particularly well kept by the present vendor laid to shaped lawns with planted and well stocked borders, shrubs and flowers, a vegetable bed and paved pathway leading all the way to the very top where great views of the property can be enjoyed. There is a greenhouse and attached to the property is a brick built store ideally used for refuse bins etc., an additional storage adjacent and off to the side a patio area which catches the late afternoon sun.
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To Find The Property - Proceed into Sutton Bonington along Park Lane which leads onto Main Street. The property is situated on the right hand side.
Services, Tenure And Council Tax - All mains services are available and connected to the property which is gas centrally heated. The property is freehold with vacant possession upon completion. Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band F.
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