Normanby Road, Nettleton
2,647 sq. ft.
(246 sq. m.)
Situated on the edge of The Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Denswood House offers a stunning combination of an impressive 6 bedroom family home and paddock together with extensive Garaging, Stabling and workshop facilities. Arranged over 3 floors the home is of evident high quality throughout and stands within superbly landscaped grounds of approx 1.4 acres which include both formal gardens and a large orchard and Kitchen garden. The 5 reception rooms allow for both the demands of modern family life and relaxed entertaining and the 3 workshops, first floor Studio and stabling are ideal for both recreational or business use. COUNCIL TAX BAND F
Denswood House - where living meets home.
Reception Hall - 7.79m x 1.89m (25'6" x 6'2") - A wood and glazed door opens to the central Hallway with spindle balustraded stair to the first floor and access to the principal reception rooms.
Cloak Room - 1.77m x 1.48m (5'9" x 4'10") - Appointed with a suite in white to include a wc with concealed cistern, wall mounted wash hand basin, radiator and coving.
Snug - 4.42m x 3.78m (14'6" x 12'4") - An intimate retreat centred on the polished marble minster style fireplace with inset electric stove and including fitted bookshelves to one wall with low level cupboards.
Lounge - 7.59m x 3.94m (24'10" x 12'11") - An outstanding dual aspect family room with stunning dressed stone Minster fireplace with inset cast iron stove and twin wood and glazed doors back to the Hall.
Dining Room - 4.43m x 3.67m (14'6" x 12'0") - Ideal for family celebrations with upvc double glazed French doors linking to the side garden and twin part glazed doors back through to the Hall.
Kitchen - 4.50m x 3.63m (14'9" x 11'10") - Enjoying views across the landscaped rear grounds this generous kitchen is extensively appointed with a good range of light oak style fronted units with light granite effect worktops to include a total of 10 base units together with an integrated dishwasher, refrigerator, electric AGA with chimney style extractor, larder store and an additional 6 units at eye level. The room opens through to
Breakfast Room - 4.51m x 2.76m (14'9" x 9'0") - Linking to the rear lawned gardens via upvc double glazed French doors this beautifully lit room with its oak flooring is designed for those easy lingering Sunday morning breakfasts and long summer lunches.
Garden Room - 3.69m x 3.01m (12'1" x 9'10") - A triple aspect room from which to watch the changing seasons with its upvc double glazed windows over brick plinths, exposed stone work to one wall, oak flooring and upvc double glazed French doors to the side gardens.
Side Entrance - 2.12m x 1.88m (6'11" x 6'2") - Allowing access to the side drive via a upvc door and including wainscot panelling, tiled floor, coving, radiator, upvc double glazed window and a stable door through to the Kitchen
Utility - 2.47m x 2.14m (8'1" x 7'0") - A practical space with additional worktops with inset deep glazed Belfast style sink, space and plumbing for an automatic washing machine, high and low store cup[boards, floor standing oil fired central heating boiler, extractor fan and tiled floor.
First Floor Landing - 7.68m x 1.88m (25'2" x 6'2") - With upvc double glazed window, spindle balustrade rail and stair to the second floor.
Master Suite - To comprise:
Bedroom - 4.42m x 3.76m (14'6" x 12'4") - A generous forward facing double room with upvc double glazed window, radiator and a range of 4 double and 1 single fitted wardrobes.
En Suite - 3.76m x 2.03m (12'4" x 6'7") - Appointed with a traditional suite in white to include a spa bath in tiled recess with hand held shower attachment, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, and wc with concealed cistern. There is also a tiled and glazed recessed shower enclosure.
Bedroom 2 - 3.97m x 3.76m (13'0" x 12'4") - A further forward facing double room with upvc double glazed window, radiator and coving.
Bedroom 3 - 3.98m x 3.68m (13'0" x 12'0") - Enjoying views towards The Wolds with radiator, coving and upvc double glazed window.
Bedroom 4 - 4.51m x 3.64m (14'9" x 11'11") - A delightful double room overlooking the gardens and paddock with upvc double glazed window and radiator.
Bathroom - 3.76m x 2.70m (12'4" x 8'10") - A distinctive family bathroom appointed with a traditional suite in white to include a spa bath in tiled surround, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and wc with concealed cistern, a glazed and panelled quadrant shower enclosure on a raised plinth and wainscot panelling.
Second Floor Landing - With access to the eaves.
Bedroom 5 - 3.97m max x 2.98m max (13'0" max x 9'9" max) - A further double room with 2 upvc double glazed windows to the side aspect, radiator, fitted store cupboards, part sloping ceilings and access to the eave space.
Bedroom 6 - 3.97m max x 3.37m max (13'0" max x 11'0" max) - (Currently used as a Hobby room.) Affording superb views to open country side with 2 upvc double glazed windows, fitted low level cupboards to one wall, radiator and part sloping ceilings.
Shower Room - 1.88m max x 1.85m max (6'2" max x 6'0" max) - Appointed with a suite in white to include a glazed and tiled shower enclosure, vanity wash hand basin with cupboards under, extractor fan and wc with concealed cistern.
Outside - The property occupies superbly landscaped show gardens which are bounded to one side by a natural stream and have been designed as a series of distinct separate gardens including an area with cottage and traditional plants with box hedge framing with a honeysuckle covered pergola, a lawned recreational side garden and a more formal garden with large lawn surrounded by specimen, established shrub and herbaceous borders. A long, gated gravel topped drive opens to the side reception area with a range of outstanding, colour washed Garages, workshop and stabling as listed below. The stable area is gated separately and allows access to both the large Kitchen garden with its mature orchard and productive vegetable plot and also to the enclosed, grassed paddock.
Outbuildings - There is an outstanding range of colour washed Outbuildings suited to a variety of uses but currently defined as:
GARAGE ( 7.26m x 5.36m) (23'9 x 17'7)
SMALL WORKSHOP (2.90m x 4.91m) ( 9'6 x 16'1) - including Toilet
WORKSHOP (6.24m x 4.29m) (20'5 x 14')
FIRST FLOOR STUDIO (10.76m x 3.98m) ( 35'3 x 13')
ATTACHED STABLE BLOCK TO INCLUDE:
STABLE 1 ( 3.31m x 3.71m) (10'10 x 12'2)
STABLE 2 ( 3.1M x 3.7M) ( 10'2 x 12'1 )
TACK ROOM ( 7.41m x 2.48m overall) (24'3 x 8'1 overall )
COACH STORE ( 7.45m x 3.29m ) (24'5 x 10'9)
All with electric light, power and water.
Service Note - Heating and hot water are supplied via an oil fired central heating system with the boiler being located in the Utility room. Waste water is via a bio-digestor system which serves Denswood house alone.
Tenure Status - We have been informed by the Vendors that the property is Freehold. Please confirm this via your Legal Representatives prior to commitment to purchase.
Council Tax - We understand that the latest Council Tax banding indicates that the property is a BAND F. We advise prospective purchasers to confirm this banding via the relevant local authority prior to legal completion.
Important Note To Purchasers - We endeavour to ensure that our sales particulars are accurate and reliable, however, they do not constitute or form part of an offer nor any contract and none is to be relied upon as statements of representation or fact. Any system, services or appliances listed in these particulars have not been tested by ourselves and no guarantee or warranty as to their fitness for purpose or efficiency is either given or implied. All measurements are for guidance only and should be verified by the purchaser to their own satisfaction. Only those fixtures and fittings specifically mentioned in the sales particulars are included. Other items may be purchased by separate agreement with the Vendors.
Floor Plans - The floor plans included are for identification purposes only and, as representations, are not to scale. The prospective purchaser should confirm the the property suitability prior to offer.
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Conveyancing - It is advisable to use the services of a solicitor or conveyancer to assist with your transaction and although you are free to use an alternative provider Newton Fallowell Brigg offer access to a range of competitive conveyancing services including Brr Law, Bridge McFarland and Mason Baggott and Garton. Please be aware that we may receive a referral fee of upto £300 if you decide to use one of the solicitors we have referred you to.
Valuation - Ensure you are getting the best advice on the marketing of your home by calling Newton Fallowell Brigg or Newton Fallowell Caistor on for a free market appraisal.
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About the agent
Newly opened in October 2020, the Caistor office is run by married couple Howard and Julie Hewson who have become the face of estate agency in Brigg and surrounding areas due to their passion and commitment to estate agency and their local town. They possess over 50 years of combined experience gained in independent agency which means that their intimate knowledge of the local market ensures you can be confident of detailed, professional advice in all property related matters.
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