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The Water Mill, Lindrick, Tickhill, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, DN11 9QY

£425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Impressive Grade II listed building.
  • Stunning views over the Mill Dam.
  • An abundance of exposed stonework, oak and timbers throughout.
  • Original workings of the water wheels showcased with feature lighting.
  • Five bedrooms with en suite to master.
  • Large living area with feature fireplace.
  • Private courtyard.
  • Integral garage.
  • Sought after village location.
  • Excellent local amenities.

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

There is an abundance of natural timber throughout the property, with original integral doors and oak beams to many rooms, all complimented by features in keeping with the period of this delightful home.  The dining hall is at the heart of the property and it is from here that the original workings of the water wheels are showcased within a small room off the main living accommodation.

 

 

Ground Floor

 

Entrance Hall

A welcoming entrance hall with tiled flooring and wall lights, providing access to the main living accommodation.

 

Study

Exposed stone work, wall lights and window to the front elevation.

 

Dining Hall

A charismatic reception hall offering a wealth of comfort. The impressive double height ceiling, exposed beams and stone work give a Medieval feel to the room. Wall lights in keeping with the period of the property and vantage point for the original mill workings all add to the charm. Double doors lead to the garden room, stairs leading to the first floor with storage under.

 

Garden Room

Leading off the dining hall, the garden room opens out onto the rear patio area through double doors. The room has a sense of light and space with glazed roof and door leading to the front elevation. Tiled floor, exposed stonework and feature beams.

 

Kitchen

There is an extensive range of bespoke fitted wall and base units with granite splash backs and surfaces over. Integral appliances including fridge/ freezer, dishwasher, Belfast sink with mixer tap and drainer, wine rack. A four oven Range Master with six gas hobs and extractor over. Tiled floor, exposed beams, ceiling lighting and vantage point into the original mill room. Benefitting from the spectacular dual aspect views over the Mill Dam.

 

 

Mill Room

Original mill workings, with feature lighting and views over Mill Dam.

 

Bedroom 4

A double bedroom offering excellent ceiling height, window looking across Mill Dam, exposed beams and stonework. Stone fireplace with cast iron insert.

 

Bedroom 5

A single bedroom packed with charm. Exposed beams, shelving storage, exposed stone work and built in storage area housing the boiler.

 

W/C

Close coupled W/C, hand basin, tiled flooring with half tiled walls, extractor fan, wall lights and feature beams.

 

First Floor

 

Master Bedroom

A charming double bedroom with views to the south, exposed stonework and beams, wall lights and en-suite off.

 

En-suite

Three piece suite comprising of close coupled W/C, shower unit with externally controlled settings and wash hand basin with mirror over. Tiled walls, sloping ceiling with recessed spotlights, velux window and beams. Heated towel rail.

 

Bedroom 2

An appealing double bedroom with exposed stonework, beams and part of original workings from the mill used as a feature. Large built in oak wardrobes, wall lights and views over Mill Dam.

 

Bedroom 3

Double bedroom with exposed stonework and beams. Wall lights.

 

Family Bathroom

A three piece Olympian suite comprising of free standing bath with hand held shower over and feature spotlights, wash hand basin and closed coupled WC.  Velux window, part tiled walls, vanity mirror and exposed beams.

 

Sitting Room

A spacious reception room with dual aspect windows offering delightful views over Mill Dam.  A wealth of timbers, exposed stonework and a feature brick fireplace with an original oven insert, wall lights and recessed ceiling spotlights. Velux window.

 

Patio Area

A private courtyard providing a decked seating area with automatic canopy. Views across Mill Dam with lighting illuminating the waterfeature that runs adjacent to the property. External lighting and sockets.

 

Outside/ Garage

Single garage with mezzanine storage over.

 

Cellar/ Workshop

Providing a useful extra storage space suitable for a wide variety of purposes including workshop.

Power supply and lighting. Windows to the front elevation allow in natural light.


Holiday let/ Rental income

Over the last number of years the property has been used as a holiday let and now has an established business income generating an impressive yield per annum. For more information please contact our Bawtry office. 

 

Tenure

We are given to understand that the tenure of the property is Freehold.

 

Services

Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected.  There is a gas fired central heating system to radiators.

 

Rating Assessment

We are advised by Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council that The Water Mill is in Council Tax Band F.

 

Location

Tickhill is an historic small town with excellent local facilities, around 4 miles to the West of Bawtry and 7 miles from Doncaster.  The village has an excellent range of local shops, restaurants and public houses, and leisure facilities.

 

Close to the property lie the ruins of the 11th century Tickhill Castle and the charming Mill Dam, complete with seating areas.  At the centre of the village is the Buttercross monument erected around 1776 and the impressive St. Mary's church dating back to the 15th century.  The village is also well located for the highly regarded private schools in the area.


The commuter is well served by the excellent main line rail link from Doncaster station into London Kings Cross, or the regional motorway network with the A1(M) and M18 within easy reach.  Robin Hood Airport is close by providing international flights.

 

Directions

From the Buttercross monument in the centre of Tickhill head South on the A60 and immediately before the Milestone public house take the first left hand turn into Lindrick.  Follow the road around past the pond and the property sits on the right had side after about 500 yards. 


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Added on Rightmove:
01 August 2017

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