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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Tickhill, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN11 9QX.

Sold STC £1,200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A fine Grade II Listed period home
  • Superbly restored accommodation
  • Standing in delightful, private gardens adjacent to the village pond
  • Former boathouse offers potential for self contained annexe/office
  • 6 double bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • 5 grand reception rooms
  • Bespoke kitchen
  • Category 5 data cabling throughout, and a central video and audio system
  • Double garage

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The property stands in delightful, private gardens adjacent to the village pond, Mill Dam.  The former boathouse presently offers garaging and an Office/Studio above but provides potential for a self-contained annexe.


Constructed of stone under a pantile roof, much of the original charm and character of the property has been retained, and complimented by modern features in keeping with the period of this delightful home.  There is an abundance of natural timber throughout the property, with original oak beams and timbers to many rooms, and replacement oak internal doors crafted in traditional style.  Throughout the property are reclaimed and refurbished cast iron radiators, and the secondary glazing ensures that the heating costs are kept to a minimum without affecting the external appearance of the property.  There is Category 5 data cabling throughout the property, and a central video and audio system.


The reception hall with the music room off are at the heart of the property, with the stairs leading to the first floor.  There is travertine flooring and a traditional open fireplace.  There is a cloakroom off the rear hall area which leads through to the impressive drawing room which has an impressive stone fireplace, and bespoke oak cabinets and book shelving.  There are French doors opening to the orangery which was designed and built by Vale Garden Houses.


Also reached from the reception hall is the cinema room which has built in oak cabinets flanking the open fireplace with polished slate inset and hearth, and window shutters.  The dining room leads in the opposite direction from the hall, and leads through to the kitchen which has been fitted by Traditional Furniture of Sheffield with an extensive range of bespoke units with granite surfaces, a complimenting central island, integrated appliances and a 4 oven Aga.  The utility room beyond has matching cabinets.


On the first floor there are four bedrooms, the guest room with an en-suite bathroom, and a family bathroom.  There is also a study with fitted office furniture, with access through to steps up to bedroom 6.  A separate staircase leads to the master bedroom suite which has walnut and oak fitted furniture incorporating a Miele coffee maker and fridge.  There is an en-suite bathroom.




The gardens have been attractively landscaped and offer superb privacy.  There are electrically operated gates giving access to a paved courtyard to the side of the house with slate beds to borders, providing parking space for several cars.  The former boathouse has been converted into a double garage with store room and workshop areas off, a WC, and a staircase up to an Office/Studio above.


Beech hedging separates the drive from a flagstone terrace and an ornamental fish pond with fountain opposite the conservatory.  Lawns extend around the rear of the property with mature trees and shrubbery disguising the boundary.


To the East are further gardens with lawns enclosed by low stone walling.  There is a flagstone terrace with stone built barbecue, raised borders, ornamental bay trees and an adjacent brick outbuilding.  There is a further sitting area sheltered by mature trees and shrubbery, with a 5 bar gate leading to an additional lawn overlooking the village pond, Mill Dam.  There is external lighting and speakers to various areas around the property.



We are given to understand that the tenure of the property is Freehold.



Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected.  There is a gas fired central heating system to radiators.


Rating Assessment

We are advised by Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council that Rowland Bridge House is in Council Tax Band G.



Tickhill is an historic small town with excellent local facilities, around 4 miles to the West of Bawtry and 7 miles from Doncaster.  The village has an excellent range of local shops, restaurants and public houses, and leisure facilities.


Close to the property lie the ruins of the 11th century Tickhill Castle and the charming Mill Dam, complete with ducks and seating areas.  At the centre of the village is the Buttercross monument erected around 1776 and the impressive St. Mary's church dating back to the 15th century.  The village is also well located for the highly regarded private schools in the area.

The commuter is well served by the excellent main line rail link from Doncaster station into London Kings Cross, or the regional motorway network with the A1(M) and M18 within easy reach.  Robin Hood Airport is close by providing international flights.



From the Buttercross monument in the centre of Tickhill head South on the A60 and immediately after the Milestone public house take the first left hand turn into Dam Road.  Follow the road around to the left and the property is the last property on the left hand side, before Mill Dam.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
18 October 2016


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