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Lambley Lane, Burton Joyce, Nottingham

Guide Price
£1,500,000
Added on 08/09/2021
Richard Watkinson & Partners, Bingham
PROPERTY TYPE
Detached
BEDROOMS
×4
BATHROOMS
×3
SIZE
3,690 sq. ft.
(343 sq. m.)

Key features

  • Beautiful Traditional Detached Home
  • In the Region of 3350 sq ft
  • Plot in Excess of 2 Acres
  • Many Character Features
  • Spacious Reception & Bedrooms
  • 4 Double Beds, 4 Receptions
  • Large Open Plan Living Kitchen
  • Considerable Parking & Garaging
  • Stunning Grounds
  • Truly Wonderful Setting

Property description

Tenure: Freehold

** BEAUTIFUL TRADITIONAL DETACHED FAMILY HOME ** IN THE REGION OF 3350 SQ FT ** PLOT IN EXCESS OF 2 ACRES ** MANY CHARACTER FEATURES ** SPACIOUS RECEPTIONS & BEDROOMS ** 4 DOUBLE BEDROOMS ** 4 MAIN RECEPTIONS ** LARGE OPEN PLAN LIVING KITCHEN ** CONSIDERABLE PARKING & GARAGING ** STUNNING GROUNDS ** TRULY WONDERFUL SETTING **

We have great pleasure in offering to the market this beautiful detached period home, understood to date back to the 1930s retaining much of its original character and features and offering an impressive level of accommodation lying in the region of 3350 sq ft, with generous reception and bedrooms the majority overlooking its beautiful and well maintained landscaped gardens.

The property is tucked away in an idyllic setting approached via a sweeping driveway up to a level plot with formal gardens surrounding the house and lying just in excess of 1.1 acres. In addition there is a further 0.86 acre paddock which provides a delightful setting with established trees. The gardens run to all sides and are beautifully maintained well stocked with established trees and shrubs and large level lawn which provides a wonderful outdoor entertaining space and benefits from an aspect onto the beautiful double bay fronted facade of the main residence.

The gardens offer an excellent degree of privacy with different areas of the garden benefitting from the sun throughout the day, with large westerly facing timber deck terrace to the rear which links back into the living area of the kitchen.

In addition there is a substantial level of parking as well as double garage and further traditional brick built garage and attached outbuilding which could offer further scope, subject to necessary consent.

Internally the property offers a wealth of accommodation with many of the rooms flooded with light having high ceilings, deep skirting, period doors and furniture, as well as attractive fireplaces to several of the receptions.

The property boasts four spacious double bedrooms, one of which benefits from ensuite and dressing room facilities, as well as two further bathrooms. To the ground floor are four main reception areas leading off a central hallway, generous open plan well appointed living kitchen, large walk-in pantry and utility room. There is a large walk through cloaks room and wc.

As well as the accommodation on offer it is likely that there is further scope to extend, subject to necessary consents and this could even apply to the south side of the plot as we understand it does sit within the village envelope.

Overall this is a rare opportunity to acquire a truly beautiful traditional home within a quite unique setting but still well placed within walking distance of both the wealth of local amenities as well as excellent access to Nottingham via rail and road links and overall viewing comes highly recommended.

Burton Joyce is well equipped with amenities including a variety of shops, post office, public houses, primary school, dentist and doctors surgeries, excellent bus and rail links to Nottingham as well as good commuting links via the A52 and A46 giving easy access to the A1 and M1.

AN OPEN FRONTED PORCH WITH STEPS LEADING UP TO A TIMBER ENTRANCE DOOR WITH LEADED GLAZED LIGHTS WHICH LEADS INTO:

Entrance Hall - 6.35m x 2.29m (20'10 x 7'6) - A pleasant initial entrance having dog leg spindle balustrade staircase rising to a galleried landing above, corniced ceiling with inset downlighters, deep skirting and architrave, porcelain tiled floor with initial inset bristle mat, oak door to:

Cloakroom - 1.63m x 1.47m (5'4 x 4'10) - Having ample cloaks hanging space, polished tiled floor, pedestal wash basin with tiled and mirrored splashback, coved ceiling with inset downlighters, central heating radiator, leaded light window and oak door into:

W C - 1.65m x 0.86m (5'5 x 2'10) - Having period style high flush wc, tiled splashbacks and floor, central heating radiator, coved ceiling with inset downlighters and leaded light window.

Snug / Family Room - 4.06m x 3.96m (13'4 x 13'0) - A light and airy room having dual aspect with double glazed bay window overlooking the garden, the focal point of the room is a finished stone fire surround and mantle with tiled hearth and Aga stove, alcoves to the side with integrated dresser and shelved bookcase, coved ceiling with inset downlighters, polished tiled floor, deep skirting, central heating radiator.

Sitting Room - 7.01m x 4.11m excl bay (23'0 x 13'6 excl bay) - A stunning room affording wonderful aspect into the garden, flooded with light with large walk-in leaded bay window as well as French doors onto a south facing terrace, the focal point of the room is a beautiful traditional reclaimed marble fire surround and mantle with cast iron inserts and open grate, bespoke dresser units to the alcoves, coved ceiling with inset downlighters, deep skirting, three central heating radiators.



Dining Room - 5.87m x 3.94m (4.78m into inglenook) (19'3 x 12'11 - A well proportioned room which links through into a garden room at the rear creating a wonderful everyday living and entertaining space, the focal point of the room is a walk-in inglenook fireplace with reclaimed marble fire surround and mantle with cast iron insert and open grate, alcoves to the sides with period leaded light windows. High coved ceiling with inset downlighters, deep skirting, central heating radiator and a pair of leaded glazed doors leading through into:

Garden Room - 6.96m x 4.88m max (22'10 x 16'0 max) - A fantastic addition to the property overlooking the gardens and flooded with light having pitched double glazed clear glass roof and windows with opening toplights, two central heating radiators, period style chequer board polished tiled floor, French doors leading out onto a decked terrace.



Living / Dining Kitchen - 6.71m max x 6.71m max (22'0 max x 22'0 max) - A well proportioned beautifully appointed space which will undoubtedly become the hub of the home, having ample room for both living and dining areas with integrated dresser units and shelved alcoves, French doors leading out onto the rear terrace. This initial living area with attractive tiled floor leads into the main kitchen.

The kitchen is appointed with a generous range of drawer and base units, granite preparation surfaces and complementing island unit providing additional storage and breakfast bar, the main run of preparation surfaces has under mounted Belfast sink and granite splashbacks, Aga stove, integral Neff microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher, coved ceiling with inset downlighters, leaded double glazed windows to the front and part glazed oak door leading into:





Walk-In Pantry - 2.39m x 1.45m (7'10 x 4'9) - Providing an excellent level of storage, tiled cold slab, a generous level of shelving, polished tiled floor, coved ceiling with inset downlighters, leaded windows to two elevations.

Utility / Laundry Room - 3.68m x 2.72m (12'1 x 8'11) - Appointed with a range a units complementing the kitchen, granite effect preparation surfaces, pitched ceiling with inset downlighters and skylights to the front and rear, under mounted Belfast style sink, plumbing for washing machine, three quarter height larder unit providing storage and housing the gas central heating boiler and pressurised hot water system, central heating radiator, leaded light window and stable door.

RETURNING TO THE ENTRANCE HALL A SPINDLE BALUSTRADE STAIRCASE RISES TO THE FIRST FLOOR:

Galleried Landing - A spacious light and airy landing offering an excellent level of storage with two large built in under-eaves cupboards, inset downlighters to the ceiling, deep skirting and architrave, leaded light window.

Bedroom 1 - 6.30m (excl w'robe) x 4.11m (20'8 (excl w'robe) x - A well proportioned master suite comprising initial living space having double glazed walk-in bay window overlooking the gardens, period style cast iron fireplace with alcoves to the side, high coved ceiling with inset downlighters, deep skirting.

The bedroom area having a pair of leaded glazed opening lights again overlooking the garden, having near full height integral wardrobes.

Bedroom 2 - 4.27m x 3.58m max (14'0 x 11'9 max) - A further well proportioned double bedroom with alcove ideal for free standing wardrobes, coved ceiling with inset downlighters, central heating radiator, leaded light window. A lobby area with leaded light French doors leads through into:

Ensuite Bathroom - 2.69m max x 1.91m max (8'10 max x 6'3 max) - An L shaped room having shower bath with wall mounted shower mixer, pedestal wash basin, tiled walls, contemporary towel radiator, inset downlighters and leaded light window.

Separate Wc - 1.68m x 0.89m (5'6 x 2'11) - Having close coupled wc, tiled floor and walls, multi-pane window.

Bedroom 3 - 3.99m x 3.05m (13'1 x 10'0) - A further well proportioned double bedroom having built in wardrobes with oak door fronts, deep skirting, central heating radiator, coved ceiling with inset downlighters, window to the rear.

Bedroom 4 - 4.04m x 3.96m excl bay (13'3 x 13'0 excl bay) - Again a double bedroom affording delightful aspect into the garden, fitted with a run of bespoke integral wardrobes, central heating radiator, double glazed bay window.

Bathroom - 3.48m x 2.72m (11'5 x 8'11) - Appointed with bath set in sunken tiled surround, double length shower enclosure with initial drying area and wall mounted shower mixer, close coupled wc, pedestal wash basin with mirrored splashback, tiled walls, combination towel radiator, inset downlighters to the ceiling, leaded light window.

Bathroom 2 - 3.56m x 2.92m (11'8 x 9'7) - Having tile panelled bath with chrome mixer tap and integral shower handset, close coupled wc, pedestal wash basin, tiled walls and floor, shelved alcove, contemporary towel radiator, integrated shelved airing cupboard, inset downlighters to the ceiling, leaded light window.

Exterior - The stunning grounds extend to approximately 2.3 acres including the initial shared area of the driveway and the main formal plot extends to around 1.9 acres and incorporates a 0.86 acre wooded paddock. The property is approached off an initial shared driveway which leads on to the private driveway belonging to Lambley Lodge, with extensive gravel parking area leading to a traditional:



Garage - With attached former wash house providing workshop/store and subject to consent could offer scope to expand the accommodation further.

To the side of the garage a further gravel driveway leads to the rear where there is an additional sectional double garage providing further workshop or car parking space.

Gardens - The gardens run to all sides including a westerly facing deck at the rear with established borders and tree lined perimeter.

The main formal gardens lie to the front and side of the property with well maintained mainly lawned garden with well stocked established borders with an abundance of mature trees and shrubs, raised timber deck with brick built pizza oven and timber pergola providing a wonderful outdoor entertaining space. There is also a timber summerhouse.







The initial driveway sweeps off and leads to a further grassed area sheltered from the main house and which leads up to a former paddock which is now given over to meadow with a small copse and tree lined perimeter, timber stable. This area could be reinstated as a small paddock or, subject to the necessary planning consent, may offer further potential.



Council Tax Band - Gedling Borough Council - Tax Band G.

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  • Burton Joyce Station0.5 miles
  • Netherfield Station2.2 miles
  • Carlton Station2.3 miles
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Richard Watkinson & Partners, Bingham

10 Market Street, Bingham, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG13 8AB

Richard Watkinson & Partners is one of the East Midlands most established estate agencies having had a presence in the area for more than 30 years. Our experienced and trusted agency has offices across the region specialising in residential and commercial sales as well as lettings. With friendly, approachable and knowledgeable staff, Richard Watkinson & Partners is known for its expertise in all areas of property.

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