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5 bedroom house for sale

Wallingwells Hall, Wallingwells, S81

Sold STC £350,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Field, orchard and a garden
  • Smallholding or equestrian potential.
  • Quiet rural hamlet, off the beaten track.
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 reception rooms
  • Good schools nearby

Full description

Situated in the idyllic hamlet of Wallingwells, amid the Nottinghamshire countryside, this splendid house is steeped in history. It forms part of the Grade II listed Wallingwells Hall dating back 400 years and is brimming with character. Although in need of a some updating, this is a great family residence offering lots of potential.
The accommodation is laid out over three floors with original fire places and magnificent recessed Georgian sash windows featuring in most of the rooms. These elements give a warm inviting atmosphere, perfect for relaxing with the family.
Outside, the delightful west facing garden with lawn, borders and ornamental pond. Beyond the formal garden is the driveway, then the orchard with established apple, pear, plum and cherry trees. Adjoining this is the extensive grass field, surrounded by mature trees. With an equestrian centre nearby and numerous bridal paths, this could be an ideal location for keeping a pony. Alternatively the land could be used for a smallholding.
Lounge 7.39m (24'3) Into the window recess x 4.05m (13'3)
With magnificent recessed Georgian sash windows with panelled shutters. High ceilings coving and picture rail. The limestone fossil fireplace and dog grate add warmth and a cosy atmosphere to this generously proportioned room.
Breakfast Room 4.66m (15'3) x 3.71m (12'2)
The breakfast room is light and airy, having a high ceiling, wooden panelling to the lower walls and front facing Georgian sash window with shutters. A cast iron wood burning stove in the chimney recess provides a warm country feel. Additionally there is a double radiator, tiled floor, storage cupboard and a large pantry,with side facing window, leading off.
Dining Room 6.38m (20'11) Into the window recess x 4.93m (16'2) At the widest point
The focal point is the splendid oak fireplace with dog grate and stone hearth. The room has a front facing floor to ceiling Georgian window with shutters, coving, a picture rail and a double radiator. A great space for entertaining.
Kitchen 2.78m (9'1) x 2.48m (8'2)
With a range of wooden base and wall units, stainless steel sink and draining board, tiled floor, plumbing for washing machine and power point for a cooker. The oil fueled Potterton central heating boiler stands in here too. The side facing Georgian sash window bathes the room with natural light and a door leads to the front garden.
This room has potential to be extended by knocking through into the the adjoining pantry or breakfast room. Alternatively it could become a utility room and the breakfast room be fitted out as a kitchen.
Hallway 2.63m (8'8) x 2.32m (7'7)
A large entrance hallway with double doors leading to the stairs, the lounge and the dining room.
Bedroom 1 5.3m (17'5) x 3.2m (10'6)
A generous double bedroom with high ceiling, coving, picture rail, fossil fireplace, central heating radiator and front facing Georgian sash window overlooking the garden.
Bedroom 2 3.31m (10'10) x 3.2m (10'6)
The original fossil fireplace and dog grate along with the front facing sash windows, add to the charm of this room. It also has a central heating radiator, coving to the ceiling, panelled window shutters, storage cupboard and views over the garden.
Bedroom 3 4.4m (14'5) x 3.56m (11'8)
With front facing Georgian sash window.
Bedroom 4 5.42m (17'9) At the widest point x 4.96m (16'3)
A very spacious double bedroom with natural light shining through the three Georgian sash windows. Views to the front and side of the house. Painted fireplace with inset dog-grate. Central heating radiator. Large storage closet.
Bedroom 5 3.37m (11'1) x 3.24m (10'8)
A sash window, along with a painted fireplace housing a cast iron dog-grate, enhances the character of this double bedroom. It also benefits from a central heating radiator and a walk in storage cupboard.
Bathroom 3.2m (10'6) x 2.2m (7'3)
Half tiled with a white suite comprising of bath with telephone style hand shower, pedestal wash basin and low flush W.C. There is also a side window, airing cupboard and central heating radiator.
Large Garden, Orchard and Field
To the front of the house is the garden with lawn and borders stocked with shrubs and trees along with an ornamental pond.
Beyond the garden is an orchard with established fruit trees and to the side of the orchard is a levelled grass field surrounded by mature trees.This offers potential to start a small holding, to keep a pony, goats, chickens etc.
Outside Store
Originally a wash house, this stone store is presently used to store garden equipment but it would make a great tack room, workshop, studio or man cave!
Beside this, is a storage area for the firewood.
There is ample car parking space just off the driveway next to the orchard and field
Central Heating
Potterton's oil fueled boiler powers the central heating radiators to most rooms.
Tenure: Freehold

Transport links
A1 Blyth : 6.3 miles
M1 Junction 32 : 14.3 miles
Retford Train Station : 8.3 miles
Worksop Train Station : 4.8 miles

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09 October 2016

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