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Orchard View, Cross Hill, Laxton, Newark On Trent, Nottinghamshire, NG22 0SX

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Added on 13/10/2021
Petersen Property Consultants, Burton Joyce
Character Property

Key features

  • A Charming & Most Interesting Period Property
  • Enormous Scope & Potential To Create A Special Family Home
  • Offered For Sale For The First Time In 45 Years
  • Sits In A Plot Of 0.32 Of An Acre Or Thereabouts
  • Deceptively Spacious & Versatile Accommodation Over Three Levels
  • Three Reception Rooms, Four Bedrooms & Three Bath/Shower Rooms
  • Two Further Second Floor Rooms Offering Potential As Additional Bedrooms
  • Situated In The Centre Of A Highly-Regarded Unspoilt Conservation Village
  • Beautiful Sheltered Garden, Detached Double Garage & Useful Outhouse
  • A Rare & Exciting Opportunity Being Sold With The Benefit Of No Onward Chain

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

Orchard View is one of the most interesting and appealing homes we have been asked to market in recent times; a charming period property offering enormous scope and potential to create a superb family home.

The current owner acquired the property during 1976 and it has been a much loved family home where many happy memories have been made.

A structurally detached property with more recent additions to its original form and versatile accommodation set out over ground, first and second floor levels including an impressive reception hall, three separate reception rooms, four bedrooms and three bath/shower rooms. In addition, there are two second floor rooms that offer potential to become additional bedrooms.

The property sits on a plot of 0.32 of an acre or thereabouts and, externally, benefits from a detached double garage, a useful outhouse and beautiful gardens including an orchard.

A house of immense character set in a lovely sheltered garden in the centre of an unspoilt Conservation village; a rare and exciting opportunity being sold with the benefit of no onward chain.

The north Nottinghamshire Conservation village of Laxton is located 12 miles north west of Newark On Trent, 14 miles north east of Mansfield, 15 miles south east of Worksop and 20 miles east of Lincoln and therefore acts as a preferred commuter village for many of its residents.

It is unique and best known for having the last remaining working open field system in the UK. In fact, The Laxton Estate was purchased by the Thoresby Estate to preserve the community's unique farming practises.

The parish retain a significant part of the medieval open field system where fields are divided into strips and farmed in common among landowners of the village.

The village is recognised as an important heritage site; it's architecture sitting firmly in the local vernacular tradition. It has the remains of an 11th Century castle and the St Michael the Archangel's Church is a Grade I Listed church dating back to the 12th Century; a village steeped in history.

Laxton is also home to The Dovecote Inn; a former farmhouse but now a lovely, unique country inn and restaurant.

We are advised that there is mains electricity and water, an oil fired central heating system and septic tank drainage.

Newark & Sherwood District Council

A copy of the Energy Performance Certificate is available upon request. The Energy Rating is 24 'F'.

Band F, for which the charge for the current financial year (2021/22) is £3,076.73. Prospective purchasers are advised to confirm this.

For room dimensions please refer to the floor plan.

£450,000.00 (four hundred and fifty thousand pounds).

Freehold with Vacant Possession Upon Completion.

Strictly by appointment and to be accompanied by a representative of the Vendors Sole Selling Agent, Petersen Property Consultants.
Energy Performance Certificates

Orchard View, Cross Hill, Laxton, Newark On Trent, Nottinghamshire, NG22 0SX

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  • Collingham Station7.9 miles
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Petersen Property Consultants, Burton Joyce

Burton Joyce Business Centre 49c Main Street Burton Joyce Nottingham NG14 5DX

Petersen Property Consultants is an independent firm specialising in the sale of residential property in and around the Nottinghamshire village of Burton Joyce.

Offering a modern perspective to property agency, with a dynamic, refreshing approach, our ethos is to build productive working relationships through friendly professionalism.

We’re knowledgable about, and love the area. Having lived in Burton Joyce for many years, we’re part of the community.

We’re tenacious, but gi

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