4 bedroom detached house for sale

Main Street, Laneham, Retford, Notts.

Sold STC £375,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Array of CHARMING ATTRIBUTES
  • FLEXIBLE layout, multi - functional room uses.
  • Well proportioned
  • Attractive Decor
  • Character with MODERN Specification
  • Great FAMILY Garden
  • Excellent walks nearby
  • Convenient for A1 commuting
  • Lincoln within comfortable driving distance
  • KINGS CROSS accessible via Retford and Newark

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

DESCRIPTION
North House is a substantial and charming four bedroom detached former farmhouse of great character.

Presenting an appealing façade the property boasts an array of charming features including heavily beamed ceilings, rustic brick fireplaces with traditional stoves which all combine with a modern specification to create a stunning family home.

There is a lovely south facing generous mature rear garden which undoubtedly will be enjoyed by all the family.

The accommodation commences with an entrance hall with staircase to first floor and half cellar off. Three reception rooms are provided of sitting room, snug and dining room, all offering interchangeable uses and boast the aforementioned character assets. There is a further garden room enjoying fine southerly views. The farmhouse kitchen is well appointed and includes a dual fuel range cooker. A walk in pantry and cloakroom with wc complete the ground floor.

At first floor level there are four good well proportioned bedrooms two of which have en suite facilities together with the house bathroom.

Outside the property has a gated and walled forecourt providing ample off road parking, access is available either side for reaching the expansive mature grounds extending to the south. These feature a brick built outbuilding and newly constructed timber garden store. Vehicle access can be sought down the right-hand side of the property which could lead to a potential Garage (subject to planning permission).

The specification of the property includes oil fired central heating via an external boiler.

LOCATION
North House has a good position within the village fronting Main Street and affording southerly views over gently rolling North Nottinghamshire edge of village countryside at the rear.

Laneham is a popular village with well known local brewery and public house and village hall. The nearby Church of England primary school of Dunham on Trent is a short car journey away. Lying just to the north of the A57 the village is well connected to the areas excellent transport links with the A1 available at Markham Moor providing access to the wider motorway network.

Both Retford and Newark have mainline railway stations on the London to Edinburgh intercity link. Lincoln is also within comfortable driving distance via the toll bridge over the River Trent at Dunham.

There are a fine number of public footpaths and countryside walks in this general area.

DIRECTIONS
From the A1 at Markham Moor proceed east along the A57 towards Lincoln. Having passed through Darlton to the crossroads turn left sign posted Laneham, take the second turning right entering the village on Dunham Road and at the T junction turn right onto Main Street and the property will be located on the right hand side.

ACCOMMODATION

TRADITIONAL PANELLED DOOR opens to

ENTRANCE HALL with staircase having spindled balustrade, radiator, doorway opening to

HALF CELLAR

SITTING ROOM 15'0" x 14'1" (4.57m x 4.29m) measured to rear of rustic brick chimney breast rising to full height with integral niche, quarry tiled hearth and canopied open grate. Heavily beamed ceiling, dual aspect, wall light points, radiator

SNUG 15'0" x 14'1" (4.57m x 4.29m) measured to rear of chimney breast with oak fireplace, rustic brick arch, quarry tiled hearth and attractive Carron stove. Heavily beamed ceiling, radiator, wall light points, oak glazed doors opening to

DINING 16'1" x 14'9" (4.90m x 4.50m) multi purpose living space with substantial rustic brick inglenook fireplace with heavy beam over and quaint Woodwarm stove. Heavily beamed ceiling, dual aspect including double doors opening on to paved rear terrace, Cornish slate style tiled flooring, radiator

INNER HALL with Cornish slate style tiled floor, traditional finned radiator

CLOAKROOM with low suite wc, wall mounted basin, Cornish slate style tiled floor, radiator

FARMHOUSE KITCHEN 16'1" x 13'8" (4.90m x 4.15m) with range of light beech fitted cupboards, base units surmounted by solid granite working surfaces and eye level cabinets to co-ordinate. Tiled splash backs, quarry tiled flooring. Character accents including Belfast sink unit, exposed rustic brick chimney breast hosting attractive Range Master Classic 90 dual fuel cooking range having a gas oven and electric fan oven, five burner LPG hob, radiator, stable type door

WALK IN PANTRY

GARDEN ROOM 12'9" x 7'6" (3.90m x 2.29m) of brick base with hard wood double glazed upper levels, solid roof. Tiled flooring, double doors leading out to and offering fine views to the south facing rear garden. Radiator


FIRST FLOOR

LANDING characterful with turned spindled balustrade and naturally lit by Velux roof light, useful storage cupboard plus generous airing cupboard with radiator, radiator

BEDROOM ONE 16'3" x 11'9" (4.95m x 3.57m) dimensions taken to rear of in built wardrobes but excluding entranceway. Bespoke range of natural pine fitted wardrobes, dual aspect including fine views over rear garden, radiator and off to

EN SUITE SHOWER ROOM with generous 1200 showering enclosure with Mira Combiflow shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low suite wc. Tiled in white around fittings to co-ordinate, radiator

BEDROOM TWO 14'0" x 12'9" (4.25m x 3.90m) measured to front of in built wardrobes flanking the chimney breast with central vanity unit and shelving, radiator and off to

EN SUITE BATHROOM with attractive white suite of double ended bath with Victorian bath/shower mixer, wainscot panelled plinth, complementing vanity basin, low suite wc, further wainscot panelling around the room, radiator

BEDROOM THREE 14'1" x 12'9" (4.29m x 3.90m) measured to rear of chimney breast, radiator

BEDROOM FOUR 12'0" x 12'0" (3.66m x 3.66m) radiator

HOUSE BATHROOM an attractive white suite of bath in wainscot panelling with Victorian bath/shower mixer and further shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low suite wc, complementing colour wash wainscot panelling, radiator

OUTSIDE
Particular features of this property are its position within the village and splendid garden.

To the front is a sizeable walled forecourt with five bar vehicular gate and pedestrian gate allowing off road parking. Gated access exists to either side. One side a useful amenity area with boiler, the other grassed and potential access for vehicles.
The rear garden is lovely and mature, featuring a patio adjacent to the rear elevation accessible from the dining and garden rooms

Brick built outbuildings of gardener's wc and store.

Gravel bed, rockery and mature perimeter shrubbery extends beyond.

The majority of the garden is laid to lawn around an attractive ornamental pool featuring a variety of mature trees and shrubs. To one side is an area set aside for the cultivation of vegetables and soft fruit bushes. A new timber garden store is included within the sale.

There are views to the south over edge of village countryside.

GENERAL REMARKS and STIPULATIONS
Tenure and Possession: The Property is freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion.
Council Tax: We are advised by Bassetlaw District Council that this property is in Band F.
Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase.
Floorplans: The floorplans within these particulars are for identification purposes only, they are representational and are not to scale. Accuracy and proportions should be checked by prospective purchasers at the property.
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Viewing: Please contact the Retford office on 01777 709112.
Free Valuation: We would be happy to provide you with a free market appraisal of your own property should you wish to sell. Further information can be obtained from Brown & Co, Retford - 01777 709112.
Financial Services: In order to ensure your move runs as smoothly as possible we can introduce you to Fiducia Comprehensive Financial Planning who offer a financial services team who specialize in residential and commercial property finance. Their expertise combined with the latest technology makes them best placed to advise on all your mortgage and insurance needs to ensure you get the right financial package for your new home.
Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on your mortgage.
Surveys: We naturally hope that you purchase your next home through Brown & Co, but if you find a suitable property through another agent, our team of experienced Chartered Surveyors led locally by Jeremy Baguley MRICS are able to carry out all types of survey work, including Valuations, RICS Homebuyers Reports and Building Surveys. For more information on our services please contact our Survey Team on 01777 712946.
These particulars were prepared in February 2016.
 

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