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Main Road, Hawksworth

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£875,000
Added on 23/12/2020
Richard Watkinson & Partners, Bingham- Sales
PROPERTY TYPE
Detached
BEDROOMS
x7
BATHROOMS
x6
SIZE
3,700 sq. ft.
(344 sq. m.)

Key features

  • Beautiful Period Farmhouse & Annexe
  • Renovated & Refurbished
  • Up to 7 Bedrooms, 6 Bathrooms
  • Separate Annexe Facility With Studio
  • Superb Oak Framed Garden Room
  • Open Views to Rear
  • Established Gardens
  • Pretty Vale of Belvoir Village

Property description

** BEAUTIFUL PERIOD FARMHOUSE & SEPARATE ANNEXE ** RENOVATED & REFURBISHED ** UP TO 7 BEDROOMS, 6 BATHROOMS ** SEPARATE ANNEXE FACILITY WITH STUDIO ** SUPERB OAK FRAMED GARDEN ROOM ** OPEN VIEWS TO REAR ** ESTABLISHED GARDENS ** PRETTY VALE OF BELVOIR VILLAGE **

The Sawmill is a truly stunning detached period former farmhouse which has recently undergone a sympathetic programe of tasteful refurbishment and restoration to create a beautiful family orientated home on the edge of this pretty Vale of Belvoir village.

This charming village residence offers considerable character with its pretty double fronted facade which hides a wealth of accommodation having been thoughtfully reconfigured and extended by way of a superb oak framed garden room to the rear, retaining much of its original features with high ceilings, deep skirting, original doors and period fireplaces, offering a light and airy atmosphere with neutral decoration throughout. The homely accommodation which in the main house approaches 2500 sq ft over three floors, and with an additional annexe building provides a further 1200 sq ft of additional accommodation which combined offers the potential for up to seven bedrooms and four receptions, making this a wonderful family home ideal for extended families with dependent relatives, those requiring a dedicated home office, or teenage or guest suite.

The accommodation comprises two main reception rooms leading off a generous central hallway which links through into the heart of the home which is a quite superb open plan living/dining kitchen, flooded with light from glazed gable end and windows to three elevations. Having an initial bespoke farmhouse style kitchen which leads through into the open plan garden room with French doors leading out into the garden. In addition to the ground floor there is a useful cloakroom leading off a large plant room which offers the modern elements of pressurised hot water system as well as underfloor heating to the ground floor.

To the first floor there are three spacious double bedrooms including a superb master suite with Juliet balcony looking across the garden and paddocks with far reaching views beyond and ensuite bathroom. There is also a beautifully appointed family bathroom with traditional style suite. Situated in the eaves are two further double bedrooms and contemporary bathroom.

To the rear of the main house is a superb thoughtfully laid out detached annexe building which offers considerable versatility, providing around 1,200 sq ft of accommodation which could be utilised for a variety of purposes whether it be a dedicated home office, studio or gym, or annexe style facilities ideal for teenagers, guest suite or extended families for dependent relatives. The accommodation is beautifully appointed to an excellent standard, and comprises of a large open plan L-shaped living/dining kitchen, ground floor double bedroom with ensuite facilities, and to the first floor a studio area with wonderful views to the rear, leading into a further bedroom or reception space.

The delightful established gardens surround the property, are well stocked with trees and shrubs, having an initial formal garden to the front with flower beds, and pathway leading to the front door, opening out into a mainly lawned garden encompassing the house and annexe with aspect across to adjacent paddocks.

Overall the only way to truly appreciate both the wonderful location and stunning accommodation is by internal inspection.

Hawksworth is an idyllic village located off the A52 in the triangle between the market towns of Bingham, Newark and Grantham accessible to the cities of Nottingham and Leicester, the A1 and M1. The village has its own church, part of which is used as the village hall and nearby primary schools are available in Aslockton and Orston which also have local public houses. Shopping facilities are located in nearby Bingham which also has a railway station with a Nottingham to Grantham link.

The market town of Bingham is well equipped with local amenities including both primary and secondary schools, leisure centre, railway station with links to Nottingham and Grantham, range of local shops, doctors and dentists, several pubs and restaurants. Bingham is also conveniently located close to the A46 and A52 with further links to the A1 and M1 providing good road links to Nottingham and Leicester.

AN ATTRACTIVE PERIOD STYLE ENTRANCE DOOR WITH DOUBLE GLAZED LIGHT LEADS THROUGH INTO THE:

Entrance Hall - 6.40m max x 2.44m max (21'0 max x 8'0 max) - Having spindle balustrade staircase, deep skirting, Porcelanosa wood effect tiled floor, built in storage cupboards, two ceiling light points and oak doors leading to:

Living Kitchen - 9.45m x 4.80m max (31'0 x 15'9 max) - A stunning open plan space which has been thoughtfully designed and extended from an initial farmhouse style kitchen area opening out into a beautiful green oak addition with high vaulted ceiling with exposed king post, truss and purlins, full height oak framed gable end with double glazed windows.



Kitchen Area - Having a generous range of farmhouse style hand painted units, solid walnut work surfaces with resin sink and drainer unit, walnut splashbacks, space for free standing electric range, integrated dishwasher, fridge and freezer, larder unit to the side, built in Bosch microwave, exposed brick elevation, underfloor heating, complementing central island unit with integrated seat, Hwam wood burning stove with slate hearth, continuation of the wood effect tiled floor, deep skirting.



Sitting Room - 7.01m x 3.61m (23'0 x 11'10) - A light and airy reception benefitting from windows to three elevations including double glazed French doors to the rear, having high ceiling, two chimney breasts one with feature alcove the other with inset contemporary stove with slate hearth, exposed brick back and surround with oak mantle over, deep skirting, engineered oak plank flooring, two ceiling light points, sash windows to the front and side.



Dining Room - 3.96m x 3.66m (13'0 x 12'0) - A versatile second reception ideal as a formal dining room alternatively would make an excellent snug or home office. Having high ceiling with central light point, deep skirting, engineered oak plank flooring, chimney breast with exposed brick back and surround, slate hearth and timber mantle, double glazed sash windows to the front and side.

Utility / Plant Room - 3.05m x 2.95m max (10'0 x 9'8 max) - Housing the floor standing boiler and pressurised hot water system, underfloor heating manifolds, plumbing for washing machine, slate floor, ceiling light point and extractor and external door. Encompassed within the utility room is a:

Cloakroom - 1.42m x 0.91m (4'8 x 3'0) - Having a two piece suite comprising close coupled wc, built in vanity unit with over-mounted wash basin, continuation of the slate tiled floor, ceiling light point and extractor, double glazed sash window to the side.

RETURNING TO THE ENTRANCE HALL A SPINDLE BALUSTRADE STAIRCASE WITH ATTRACTIVE PINE TREADS AND CENTRAL CARPET RUNNER, RISES TO:

First Floor Landing - Having exposed floorboards, deep skirting, contemporary radiator and doors to:

Master Suite - Having an initial lobby area with oak flooring, deep skirting and access to:

Ensuite Shower Room - 1.35m x 1.93m (4'5 x 6'4) - Beautifully appointed with a suite comprising large shower enclosure with sliding glass screen and chrome wall mounted shower mixer with independent handset and contemporary rose over, low flush wc with concealed cistern, vanity unit with wash basin, timber effect tiled floor, contemporary radiator, useful shelved alcove, inset downlighters to the ceiling and extractor.

Bedroom 1 - 4.78m x 4.52m (15'8 x 14'10) - A well proportioned double bedroom affording elevated far reaching views through a pair of double glazed French doors with Juliet balcony. Having deep skirting, engineered oak plank flooring, contemporary towel radiator.

Bedroom 2 - 7.01m x 3.61m (23'0 x 11'10 ) - A well proportioned double bedroom benefitting from an initial dressing area and ensuite facilities, a light and airy space benefitting from windows to three elevations, beautiful period fireplace with cast iron surround and mantle, tiled insert and hearth, deep skirting, exposed floorboards, double glazed sash windows to the front and side.

Dressing Area - 2.90m x 2.74m max (9'6 x 9'0 max) - Having exposed floorboards, contemporary radiator, deep skirting, chimney breast with alcove to the side and double glazed sash window to the rear.

Ensuite Shower Room - 1.35m 'x 1.83m (4'5 'x 6'0) - Appointed with a contemporary suite comprising corner shower enclosure with glass screen, chrome wall mounted shower mixer with independent handset and rose over, low flush wc with concealed cistern, built in vanity unit with wash basin and chrome waterfall mixer tap, contemporary towel radiator, stone effect tiled floor, deep skirting, inset downlighters and extractor to the ceiling.

Bedroom 3 - 3.96m x 3.68m (13'0 x 12'1) - A further light and airy double bedroom having windows to the front and side, the focal point of the room is a chimney breast with beautiful marble effect slate period fire surround and mantle with inset cast iron fireplace and tiled inserts, exposed floorboards, deep skirting, contemporary radiator and double glazed sash windows.

Bathroom - A well proportioned family bathroom which has been sympathetically refurbished in keeping with the era of the property and comprises period ball and claw roll top bath with chrome traditional style mixer tap and integrated shower handset, high flush wc, wash basin, slate effect tiled floor, deep skirting, attractive period cast iron fireplace, inset downlighters to the ceiling, contemporary radiator, extractor and double glazed sash window to the side.

FROM THE FIRST FLOOR LANDING A SPINDLE BALUSTRADE STAIRCASE WITH QUARTER LANDING AND SASH WINDOW TO THE FRONT, RISES TO THE:

Second Floor Landing - 2.59m x 1.91m (8'6 x 6'3) - Flooded with light from skylight to the front and large enough to accommodate a small study area, engineered oak plank flooring, part pitched ceiling and door to:

Bedroom 4 - 4.83m x 3.66m max (15'10 x 12'0 max) - Having part pitched ceiling with inset skylight, dormer window to the rear with window seat affording far reaching views, engineered oak plank flooring, deep skirting, contemporary radiator.

Bedroom 5 - 4.57m max x 2.79m to eaves (15'0 max x 9'2 to eave - Having engineered oak plank flooring, deep skirting, contemporary radiator, part pitched ceiling with inset skylight affording far reaching panoramic views to the front.

Bathroom - 2.90m x 1.91m (9'6 x 6'3) - Designed to give a contemporary style comprising eliptical free standing bath with contemporary free standing mixer tap with integrated shower handset, built in vanity unit providing useful storage and with contemporary wash basin, close coupled wc with concealed cistern, stone effect tiled floor, contemporary radiator, part pitched ceiling with inset downlighters and skylight, wall mounted extractor.

Annexe - A fantastic space situated within the grounds only yards away from the main house, being a larch clad building.

AN ENTRANCE DOOR WITH DOUBLE GLAZED LIGHT LEADS THROUGH INTO AN OPEN PLAN:

Living/Dining Kitchen - 6.48m max x 6.58m max (21'3 max x 21'7 max ) - A superb open plan living space with open views to the rear, and comprises of an initial:

Kitchen Area - Beautifully appointed with a generous range of base units, full height larder unit which also houses the central heating boiler and pressurised water system, finished in attractive Farrow & Ball style colours, having solid oak work surfaces, under mounted stainless steel Rangemaster sink with chrome swan neck mixer tap, integrated appliances including under counter fridge, free standing electric oven, inset downlighters to the ceiling, engineered oak plank flooring with under floor heating.

The kitchen area in turn is open plan to the:

Living Area - A flexible space which could be utilised as either dining or living room, having continuation of the oak flooring, inset downlighters to the ceiling, double glazed window to the side.

FROM THE INITIAL ENTRANCE AREA, A FURTHER DOOR GIVES ACCESS INTO A:

Bathroom - 3.20m x 1.85m (10'6 x 6'1) - Beautifully appointed with a suite comprising double ended elliptical bath with wall mounted chrome mixer and integrated shower handset, quadrant shower enclosure with shower mixer, integrated handset and rainwater rose over, low flush wc with concealed cistern and oak vanity surface over, built in bespoke oak vanity unit with free standing wash basin and chrome mixer tap, tiled splashbacks and floor, underfloor heating, contemporary radiator, inset downlighters and extractor to the ceiling, double glazed window to the side.

RETURNING TO THE LIVING AREA OF THE KITCHEN, A FURTHER DOOR LEADS THROUGH INTO A:

Ground Floor Bedroom - 4.62m x 3.05m (15'2 x 10'0) - A versatile room which could be used as further reception space, but would make an excellent ground floor double bedroom benefitting from ensuite facilities, having double glazed French doors to the side, continuation of oak flooring, exposed timbers to the ceiling.

Walk-In Storage Cupboard - 1.45m x 1.22m (4'9 x 4'0) - Designed to potentially be utilised as a utility space, having continuation of oak flooring, inset downlighters to the ceiling.

Ensuite Shower Room - 2.57m x 1.83m (8'5 x 6'0) - Having a contemporary suite comprising of double width shower enclosure with sliding screen and chrome wall mounted shower mixer with independent handset and rainwater rose over, bespoke oak vanity unit, low flush wc with concealed cistern, wash basin with chrome mixer tap, tiled floor, contemporary towel radiator, inset downlighters, exposed beams to the ceiling.

A further door leads into a:

Large Storage Cupboard/Dressing Room - 1.98m x 1.88m (6'6 x 6'2) - Having oak flooring, inset downligthers to the ceiling.

RETURNING TO THE KITCHEN AREA A SPINDLE BALUSTRADE TURNING STAIRCASE RISES TO A:

First Floor Studio - 9.65m x 5.41m into eaves (31'8 x 17'9 into eaves) - A superb space which in total offers approximately 560 sq ft floor area, comprising of an initial reception area affording wonderful elevated views to the rear, flooded with light from a double glazed gable end and inset skylights. This space could be utilised as a fantastic home office or studio, having attractive oak flooring, inset downlighters to the ceiling, integrated storage cupboards and shelving, central double doors which segregate the area to create a potential bedroom space, continuation of oak flooring.







Exterior - The property occupies a superb semi-rural setting on the edge of this popular village, set back from the lane behind established hedged frontage with landscaped front garden well stocked with trees and shrubs. A timber five bar gate leads onto a sweeping driveway providing considerable off road parking and leads to the Annexe and gardens to the rear.







Note - The boiler is a GSHP benefitting from a renewable heat incentive payment of £1000 every 3 months for the next 6½ years.

Council Tax Band - Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band F.



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NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode

  • Aslockton Station2.2 miles
  • Elton & Orston Station2.3 miles
  • Bingham Station3.5 miles
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Richard Watkinson & Partners, Bingham- Sales

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

Richard Watkinson & Partners, Bingham- Sales

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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