6 bedroom house for saleThe Old Rectory, Grove, Retford, Nottinghamshire, DN22 0RJ
- Vestibule, Reception Hall
- Drawing Room, Dining Room
- Library, Snug, Kitchen
- Rear Hall, Shower Room & 3 Ante Rooms
- 6 Bedroom, 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Attic Rooms and 2 Cellars
- Garaging for 3 cars, outbuildings
- Mature gardens of around 1.5 acres
- Excellent commutability to London
- Potential to create two self contained living areas
Impressive reception hall with encaustic tiled flooring and elegant staircase. Spacious and bright reception rooms with high ceilings, open fireplaces and shuttered windows., and 6 large bedrooms sharing 3 bathrooms/shower rooms
Retford Station (approx 3.5 miles) offers an excellent rail connection to London Kings Cross taking from 1 hr 26 mins.
Twin gothic arched part glazed entrance doors, encaustic tiled floor, built in storage cupboard.
Attractive staircase with mahogany handrail, encaustic tiled floor.
Impressive oak fireplace with slate hearth, cast inset and grate, deep window overlooking the main gardens, window shutters, 4 wall light points.
Painted slate fireplace with tiled slips and hearth, bay window with shutters, restored original wooden floor, 3 wall light points.
Painted slate fireplace with cast inset and tiled hearth, flanking cupboards with shelving over to recesses, box bay window with shutters, further shelving to recess.
Inner Staircase Hall
Secondary/rear staircase to the first floor, door to cellars offering two rooms, one housing the oil fired central heating boiler.
Close coupled WC and wash hand basin, beams to the ceiling.
Part glazed panelled entrance door, pine fire surround with cast grate, beams and timbers to ceiling, French doors.
Fireplace with marble surround and raised flagstone hearth, exposed beam and window shutters.
Corner shower cubicle and wash hand basin, built in storage cupboards.
Fitted with an extensive range of modern shaker style cupboards and drawers with work surface over, 1½ bowl stainless steel sink with mixer taps, oil fired Rayburn, integrated appliances including fridge freezer, electric double oven, halogen hob and extractor hood over, tall larder units, beams to the ceiling.
Pine cupboards and drawers with hardwood work surface over, Belfast sink with chrome mixer tap, plumbing for automatic washing machine.
Ante Room 1
Brick floor, fitted shelving.
Ante Room 2
Box bay window, twin doors to dressing room.
With doors from bedroom 1 and the landing.
Dressing table with drawers and inset wash hand basin.
Cast fire surround with tiled slips, bay window.
Suite comprising bath, shower cubicle, wash hand basin with cupboard beneath and low level WC, Airing Cupboard with hot water cylinder.
Door to the staircase to the attic storage area, shelved linen cupboard.
Low level WC and corner wash hand basin.
Exposed beam and timbers, walk in wardrobe.
Twin built in wardrobes and overhead storage cupboards.
Suite comprising bath with shower and screen over, pedestal wash hand basin, Airing Cupboard with hot water cylinder.
The magnificent grounds extend to in excess of two acres, with a wealth of mature trees and shrubbery creating excellent privacy. There is gated access to a tarmac driveway with turning circle to the front, and extending through a further gate at the side to a large parking area at the rear. There is a Triple Garage with three standard separate hung doors, power and light. There are further traditional outbuildings including log and coal stores, garden stores, an outside lavatory, and oil tank store.
The main gardens are to the south of the property and offer extensive lawns sheltered by further mature trees, a woodland walkway, a formal square with seating and shrubbery. There is a raised terrace, and a greenhouse.
Further land available under seperate negotiation, along with a recently constructed Summer House with a living and kitchen area, and a shower room/WC.
We are given to understand that the property is freehold.
Mains water, electricity are connected, and drainage is by septic tank. Oil fired central heating is installed, with part electric night storage heaters to supplement. The oil fired
Rayburn provides alternative hot water to the oil central heating boiler.
We are advised by Bassetlaw Local Authority that The Old Rectory is in rating Band F.
Grove itself is a small pretty hamlet in which to enjoy country living, but close to the delightful market town of Retford where everything required is readily available including schools. Regular markets are held, including a Farmer’s Market. There is also a main line station providing an efficient service into King's Cross of 1 hour 35 minutes and access to major roads is convenient. The Georgian market town of Newark and the historic Cathedral city of Lincoln are within easy reach.
From the centre of Retford, leave the town to the South on the A638 London Road and continue for about 1 mile until reaching a mini roundabout. Continue straight on at the first
mini roundabout and shortly after turn left at the next mini roundabout signposted to Grove. Follow the road, passing over the level crossing, and continue for about 1 mile taking the first turn on the left, again signposted to Grove. On arriving in the village of Grove, The Old Rectory is found on the left hand side immediately before the church.
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