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Nether Haugh, Rotherham

PROPERTY TYPE

Detached

BEDROOMS

×6

BATHROOMS

×3

SIZE

4,500 sq. ft.

(418 sq. m.)

TENURE

Freehold

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Key features

  • Large Victorian Detached set in 1 acre
  • South west views over fields and serpentine lakes
  • More land available
  • In the Fitzwilliam Wentworth Estate
  • Beautifully Appointed With Spacious Open Rooms
  • No upward chain
  • Outbuildings
  • Access to motorway network
  • By open countryside
  • EPC E

Property description

In the Fitzwilliam Wentworth Estate, Nether Haugh House is an elegant country home set in 1 acre. Built in the early 1800's, the property presents a statement of both character and grandeur. There are privately enclosed grounds and far-reaching views across farm and parkland. The house is arranged over three floors with six bedrooms, cellars, and outbuildings.

A rare example of a substantial country home, built in the early 1800's presenting a statement of both character and grandeur. Automatic wrought iron gates open to a sweeping driveway revealing the privately enclosed grounds of approximately 1acre more land is available via separate negotiation.

Nether Haugh House retains original period features, has generous landscaped gardens and adjoins glorious open countryside commanding breath-taking rural views. Positioned within an enviable semi-rural hamlet, offering immediate access to glorious open countryside, the property is highly commutable, located central to major commercial centres, only a short drive from the M1 motorway whilst at the same time being well served by an abundance of local facilities including highly regarded schools.

This magnificent home retains many original features; examples of which are displayed throughout the property. Nether Haugh House has been sympathetically refurbished throughout with great care and attention to detail being focused on retaining the charm and character of the period.  

Ground Floor The reception hall offers a grand introduction to the property that includes features such as high ceiling heights, deep skirting boards, ornate coving to the ceiling, and dado and picture rails; all themes that continue throughout the property. The hallway has traditional cast iron radiators and an impressive solid oak parquet floor. A staircase gives assess to the first floor passing a full height arched window that allows good levels of natural light. Three formal reception rooms on the ground floor, present grand living accommodation in the form of spacious rooms, once again showcasing exquisite retained original features, ranging from ornate cornices, high ceiling heights, deep skirting boards and period fireplaces. All the main reception rooms are positioned to the south-west aspect of the house with full height windows and working shutters, allowing excellent levels of natural light whilst also commanding impressive views over the gardens and the Wentworth estate beyond. A large living kitchen is situated to the rear aspect of the house and presents a generously proportioned versatile family room with an Aga, separate oven, breakfast island, dining area and access to the cellars. 

First Floor To the first floor the landing gives access to the three main bedrooms to the south-west elevation, all commanding impressive views over the grounds and adjoining countryside and displaying features such as period fireplaces and high ceiling heights. Two self-contained bathrooms serve these bedrooms. A rear landing gives access to the study with a fourth bedroom and shower room presenting an ideal private guest suite or annexed bedroom. A second staircase leads down to the kitchen. The second floor offers two additional bedrooms and a home office / store room. 

Externally Externally the property enjoys well maintained grounds which measure approximately 1 acre. Surrounding the house is a courtyard and parking area to the rear with outbuildings and a garage. A stone stairway leads down to a substantial garden, mainly laid to lawn with a well and has established mature trees which shelter part of the grounds. The gardens back onto open countryside resulting in a delightful setting commanding breath-taking views and immediately accessing delightful walks and an idyllic external lifestyle. 

Additional Information A Freehold detached home with origins as far back as the early 1800's. The property provides mains gas, water, electric and drainage. The property also benefits from CCTV and alarm system.

Harbouring a significant mining history, the countryside around Wentworth is an attractive and productive rural landscape with traditional buildings situated amongst undulating farmland and deciduous woodlands. Influenced by many renowned architects, at the heart of the Estate is an 18th Century parkland landscape and array of fascinating buildings. Once home to the Rockingham and Fitzwilliam families, the magnificent Wentworth Woodhouse was sold in 1989. However, the associated deer park, its follies, monuments and serpentine lakes remain part of the Estate and are accessible to the public. As well as providing homes for numerous families, Estate premises accommodate a broad range of businesses. Wentworth village is a popular destination for visitors who enjoy its rural character, vernacular buildings and amenities. Alongside its resident population, the village hosts a number of food, retail and small-scale manufacturing traders. There is also a large garden centre, a popular primary school and fascinating church.

1967 & MISDESCRIPTION ACT 1991 - When instructed to market this property every effort was made by visual inspection and from information supplied by the vendor to provide these details which are for description purposes only. Certain information was not verified, and we advise that the details are checked to your personal satisfaction. In particular, none of the services or fittings and equipment have been tested nor have any boundaries been confirmed with the registered deed plans. Fine & Country or any persons in their employment cannot give any representations of warranty whatsoever in relation to this property and we would ask prospective purchasers to bear this in mind when formulating their offer. We advise purchasers to have these areas checked by their own surveyor, solicitor and tradesman. Fine & Country accept no responsibility for errors or omissions. These particulars do not form the basis of any contract nor constitute any part of an offer of a contract. 

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Nether Haugh, Rotherham

NEAREST STATIONS

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  • Rotherham Central Station2.4 miles
  • Swinton (S. Yorks.) Station3.0 miles
  • Elsecar Station3.3 miles
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