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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Soss Lane, Misterton, Doncaster, DN10


Property Description

Key features

  • Grade II* Listed five bedroom detached home converted from pair of former pumping stations
  • One wing includes 39' open plan living space, oak kitchen and three bedrooms & two bathrooms arranged over two upper floors
  • Striking connecting conservatory to second wing with 24' dual height lounge, day room, study, two bedrooms, shower room & mezzanine games room
  • Additional two storey barn in need of renovation
  • Five acre (approx.) field
  • Pump House : where family history begins
  • EPC "Exempt"

Full description

Fine and Country Northern Lincolnshire are delighted to offer for sale this former pair of Grade II* Listed pumping stations which now form a unique five bedroom detached home. Straddling the former mill race is a striking linking conservatory and the accommodation includes a 39’1 dual height open plan living area with mezzanine leading to three bedrooms and two bathrooms arranged over two floors. The beech fronted kitchen opens to a delightful southern breakfast terrace. The remaining wing features a further 24’ dual height lounge with separate study, 20’9 day room and a mezzanine games area provides access to the final two bedrooms and shower room. There is an additional un-renovated two storey barn which could be converted to stabling or garaging in connection with the five acre field. A stunning, unique detached family property where family history begins.

The linking of this pair of 1828 Grade II* Listed pumping stations via a black, steel conservatory over the former mill race has created a unique five bedroom family home with a separate five acre (approx.) field of stunning spaces defined by light. The bold assertion of its previous working life, as seen by the distinctive pair of tall chimneys, high arched windows, surprising flagged ceiling and former sluice gate is complemented by the crisp décor and softened by the clever use of glazing to maximise the reflections of the stream and the views across the gardens.

There is drama too: the 39’ open plan living room with its 19’3 high vaulted ceiling is best viewed from a mezzanine landing and is mirrored by similar views over the second lounge from a further landing used as a games room. The inherent flexibility is obvious: to one side there are three bedrooms and two bathrooms arranged over two upper floors and the remaining two bedrooms and shower room lie in the second wing. The large living spaces are counterbalanced by a more intimate day room and separate study which allow for enjoyment of the bird and wildlife resident in this area of special scientific interest and the well appointed kitchen opens to a southern breakfast terrace overlooking the landscaped garden.

In addition to the fishing rights, Pump House also enjoys the benefit of a separate five acre field for which stabling or garaging could be created in the un-renovated detached barn adjacent to the main house.

This outstanding family property is so much more than a list of features and measurements: it is an evolution from the derelict to the contemporary, from the industrial to the home.

Pump House : where family history begins.

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Added on Rightmove:
14 June 2016


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