Kneeton Road, East Bridgford, Nottingham
- Detached Conversion
- 2 Annexe Units
- 4 Double Bedrooms
- 4 Bath / Shower Rooms
- Wealth Of Character
- Ideal For Extended Families
- Edge of Village Location
- Open Aspects
- Ample Parking
- Viewing Essential
We have pleasure in offering to the market this impressive individual detached conversion which the current vendor commissioned, using a highly regarded local developer to create a fascinating and versatile home from a range of period outbuildings adjacent to Old Hill Farm.
The property offers a generous and versatile level of accommodation which is likely to appeal to a wide range of purchasers, and includes two separate annex areas making it ideal for those with older children or with dependent relatives requiring single storey self contained facilities.
The main central part-two storey barn affords a light and airy level of space with many of the rooms benefitting from dual aspects including a stunning open plan living/dining kitchen beautifully appointed with contemporary fixtures and fittings and integrated appliances. There is an adjacent utility and cloakroom and the kitchen flows through into a stunning main dining room with high vaulted ceiling and wonderful aspect out onto the garden. This in turn leads through to a well proportioned sitting room with windows to three elevations. To the first floor is a further double bedroom suite with ensuite bathroom, which would be perfect as a guest or teenage space.
The remainder of the ground floor accommodation comprise two single storey "wings", providing both an impressive master suite with dressing room, ensuite and mezzanine study area but also two annex-style facilities, each offering a main kitchen/reception, bedroom area and ensuite facilities. This in total gives the property four bath/shower rooms and four reception areas.
One of the main selling features of this property is its fantastic semi-rural location, tucked away on the edge of this highly regarded village with wonderful open views and generous gardens, extending to in excess of 0.5 acre, with pleasant seating areas and terraces, creating ideal outdoor entertaining areas.
In addition there is ample parking with the property set well back from the lane adding to its rural feel.
Overall viewing is the only way to appreciate this truly unique and interesting home.
East Bridgford is a much sought after village with facilities including a well-regarded primary school, local shops, public house and village hall with further amenities available in the nearby market town of Bingham. The village is ideally placed for commuting via the A52 and A46.
A TRADITIONAL STYLE TIMBER ENTRANCE DOOR WITH DOUBLE GLAZED LIGHT, LEADS THROUGH INTO:
Entrance Hall - 3.28m x 1.45m (10'9 x 4'9) - Having useful utility area with plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble drier and free standing fridge freezer, built in larder unit, cloaks hanging space, ceiling light point, woodgrain effect flooring and stripped pine door leading to:
Cloakroom - 1.07m x 1.35m (3'6 x 4'5) - Having a two piece suite comprising close coupled wc, corner wash basin with chrome taps and tiled splashback, continuation of the woodgrain effect flooring, ceiling light point and extractor, obscure double glazed window.
Living/Dining Kitchen - 8.36m x 4.29m (27'5 x 14'1) - A stunning light and airy open plan living/dining kitchen with French doors leading out into the rear garden and attractive arched window overlooking the main garden and paddock beyond.
The kitchen is appointed with a generous range of contemporary units, granite effect work surfaces with inset stainless steel one and half bowl sink and drainer unit, central island unit providing additional storage with built in drawer and cupboard units, inset Neff induction hob with stainless steel and glass chimney hood over. Integrated twin Neff ovens, one being a steam oven, dishwasher, woodgrain effect flooring, built in cupboard which also houses the hot water cylinder and oil fired boiler, spindle balustrade turning staircase rising to the first floor. A reclaimed stripped pine door leads through into:
Dining Room - 6.02m x 4.65m (19'9 x 15'3) - A fantastic light and airy reception having high vaulted ceiling with exposed king post, truss and timber purlins and having a generous level of full height glazing to the front, continuation of the wood effect flooring, double glazed windows and single exterior door. A further reclaimed stripped pine door leads through into the:
Sitting Room - 9.53m x 4.27m (31'3 x 14'0) - A fantastic reception benefitting from windows to three elevations with attractive open views, the focal point of the room is a solid fuel stove with flagstone hearth, continuation of the wood effect flooring, three ceiling light points, double glazed windows to two elevations and French doors to both the front and rear.
FROM THE KITCHEN A SPINDLE BALUSTRADE TURNING STAIRCASE RISES TO THE:
First Floor Landing - Having pitched ceiling with exposed timber beam, attractive glazed light through into the formal dining space and stripped pine door leading through into:
Bedroom - 6.22m x 4.27m to eaves (20'5 x 14'0 to eaves) - An attractive double bedroom benefitting from a dual aspect with Velux skylights to the front and rear affording superb far reaching views across the Trent valley and Nottinghamshire countryside. The room is fitted with a range of built in wardrobes, two central heating radiators, exposed beam, four Velux skylights and stripped pine door leading through into:
Ensuite Bathroom - 3.51m x 1.65m (11'6 x 5'5) - Beautifully appointed with a contemporary white suite comprising panelled bath with chrome mixer tap and integrated shower handset, close coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap and pop up waste, marble effect tiled splashbacks, chrome contemporary towel radiator, pitched ceiling with exposed timber beam, Velux skylight to the rear affording wonderful open views, additional obscure glazed window to the side.
The main living accommodation is bolstered by two annexe areas which could be utilised for a variety of purposes, ideal for teenager or extended family.
Annexe - North Side Of Barn - Accessed off the initial entrance hall and offering approximately 500 sq ft of single storey accommodation, comprising of an initial impressive:
Open Plan Living/Dining Kitchen - 8.43m x 3.53m (27'8 x 11'7) - Having an attractive aspect into the lawned garden with far reaching views beyond.
Living Area - Having initial open plan living area with attractive woodgrain effect flooring, ceiling light point, access to loft space, cupboard housing the under floor heating manifolds, double glazed French doors and side lights leading out into the garden. This is open plan to a:
Breakfast Kitchen - Beautifully appointed with a generous range of cream gloss fronted wall, base and drawer units, three-quarter height larder unit, u-shape configuration of granite effect laminate work surfaces, inset Franke stainless steel and glass sink and drainer unit with brushed metal swan neck mixer tap. Integrated appliances including induction hob with stainless steel finish extractor over, Neff dishwasher, single electric oven, microwave and plate warmer, built-in fridge and freezer, work surface also incorporates a useful breakfast bar providing informal seating, continuation of woodgrain effect flooring, ceiling light point, double glazed window. A further stripped pine door leads through into the:
Double Bedroom - 3.61m x 2.84m (11'10 x 9'4) - Having ceiling light point, continuation of woodgrain effect flooring. Further stripped pine door leading through into an:
Ensuite Shower Room - 3.56m x 1.22m (11'8 x 4'0) - Having a modern three piece white suite comprising shower enclosure with glass screen, chrome wall-mounted shower mixer with independent handset over, tiled splashbacks, close coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, continuation of woodgrain effect flooring, ceiling light point, obscure double glazed window.
Returning to the south side of the main house, and linking off the main sitting room is the:
Ground Floor Master Suite - 7.32m x 4.32m (24'0 x 14'2) - A superb suite offering just in excess of 400 sq ft of floor space, with a good level of character with exposed king post and truss.
Bedroom - The bedroom is beautifully appointed with bespoke fitted furniture, walk-through dressing room and ensuite facilities as well as steps leading up to a pleasant mezzanine study area and further enclosed storage area situated in the roof space. The bedroom is flooded with light benefitting from a dual aspect as well as two pairs of French doors and full height glazed window leading out into the gardens.
Walk-Through Dressing Room - 2.06m x 1.27m (6'9 x 4'2) - Having hanging rails, ceiling light point, woodgrain effect flooring, further stripped pine door leading through into the:
Ensuite Bathroom - 2.51m x 1.83m (8'3 x 6'0) - Having a contemporary suite comprising panelled bath with chrome tap and shower mixer over, quadrant shower enclosure with curved sliding glass doors, chrome wall-mounted thermostatic shower mixer with independent handset over, tiled splashbacks, close coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome mixer tap, woodgrain effect flooring, ceiling light point and extractor, obscure double glazed window.
Storage Space - 2.29m x 3.86m (7'6 x 12'8) - Having pitched ceiling with exposed purlins, creating an interesting feature and acts as a useful open loft area providing a good level of storage.
Mezzanine - 3.81m x 2.13m to eaves (12'6 x 7'0 to eaves) - Providing a useful study space with steps leading up from the master suite, pitched roof with exposed timbers, inset skylight.
Annexe Area - West Side - This annexe area is located on the westerly side of the barn affording delightful views across the garden and fields beyond. Providing 320 sq ft of ground floor accommodation and having its own boiler and electricity meter.
Living & Kitchen Area - 4.34m x 4.17m (14'3 x 13'8) - A delightful open plan living area with fitted kitchen being light and airy with windows to two elevations as well as four Velux skylights, vaulted ceiling with exposed king post and truss, two central heating radiator, double glazed windows and French doors leading out onto a wide path which leads to a parking area and into the garden.
Kitchen Area - Designed for ease of access for wheelchair users having low level units, marble effect laminate work surface with inset round bowl sink and mixer tap, CDA electric hob and single oven beneath, built in dishwasher, under-counter larder fridge. A door leads through into:
Bedroom - 2.79m x 2.44m (9'2 x 8'0) - Fitted with built in three quarter height wardrobes with sliding door fronts, pitched ceiling with exposed timbers, central heating radiator, double glazed window to the rear and sliding door giving access through into:
Wet Room - 2.44m x 1.52m (8'0 x 5'0) - Having wall mounted chrome thermostatic shower mixer with independent handset over, close coupled wc, built in vanity unit with over-mounted Duravit wash basin with chrome mixer tap and separate hair-washing handset and controls, fully tiled walls, part pitched ceiling with exposed beams, central heating radiator, extractor and double glazed window.
Exterior - The property occupies an idyllic location, set well back from Kneeton Road, accessed via a part made driveway which leads to the barn but also gives access to the neighbouring properties. The plot extends to approximately 0.56 acre, creating a generous outdoor space, particularly by modern standards.
Gardens - This unique home occupies a delightful plot with aspects across adjacent fields and paddocks. The gardens are generous by modern standards and are located mainly to the front and rear, being mainly laid to lawn and enclosed by post and rail fencing, with established trees and shrubs.
An attractive seating area at the foot of the garden encompasses a Crown Windsor Pavilion Day Room/Summerhouse ideal for entertaining and having enclosed seating area with pitched roof, central electric downlighter and heater, drinks area with wine cooler and brushed metal uplighters.
An additional terrace runs the width of the property and links back into the main reception areas, providing an ideal entertaining space. To the rear of the property is a graveled driveway with ample off road parking and additional lawned garden.
Council Tax Band - Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band F.
BrochuresKneeton Road, East Bridgford, Nottingham
Kneeton Road, East Bridgford, Nottingham
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Lowdham Station2.2 miles
- Thurgarton Station2.3 miles
- Bingham Station2.9 miles
About the agent
Richard Watkinson & Partners, Bingham
10 Market Street, Bingham, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG13 8AB
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