7 bedroom house for saleTrinity Farm, Main Street, Upton, Retford, Nottinghamshire, DN22 0RA
- Period Farmhouse
- Dating back to the 17th century
- Self contained annexe
- Seven bedrooms
- Eight reception rooms
- Many original features
- Three garages
- Private courtyard garden
- Good motorway access
- Good local amenities
The farmhouse retains many character features, with a wealth of exposed beams and timbers throughout. There are open fireplaces and traditional cast iron stoves in several rooms, and exposed floorboards and pine internal doors all add to the charm of the property. There are separate oil fired central heating systems for the house and the annexe, and each also has an independent security system.
The farmhouse provides versatile accommodation with five reception rooms, a games/snooker room, a gymnasium and garden room. There are a total of seven bedrooms, three with en-suite facilities.
The annexe provides self-contained accommodation comprising a living/dining room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom.
There is extensive parking, garaging for 3 cars, a garden store and outside WC, with an orchard area beyond. Enclosed on three sides by the property is a delightful courtyard garden which enjoys excellent privacy.
Panelled entrance door, feature fireplace with traditional surround, herringbone brick recess and flagstone hearth, part glazed door to the rear courtyard, exposed beams and timbers, wall light point, return staircase to the first floor, traditional cast iron radiator.
Recessed gas stove set on quarry tiled hearth within a brick arch of the original mangers, exposed beams and timbers, French doors to the side courtyard, part two storey with stairs to a galleried sitting area over, full height glazing within original opening with integral glazed doors, part flagstone floor, revealed brickwork, traditional cast iron radiators.
Gas stove set within fireplace recess, exposed beam, flagstone floor, twin glazed doors to the Drawing Room, revealed brickwork, glazed door to courtyard garden, traditional cast iron radiators.
Exposed timbers, wall light point.
Pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC, exposed beams and timbers, tiled floor, wall light point, extractor fan.
Two pairs of part glazed doors to the courtyard garden, fitted shelving and vaulted ceiling.
Traditional fireplace with flagstone hearth, wooden shutter blinds to windows, part panelled walls, 3 wall light points, open through to the kitchen.
Fitted cupboards with work surface over, Belfast sink with chrome mixer tap, range style cooker within fireplace recess with granite surrounds and extractor hood over, flanking built in cupboards, large central island with surface over cupboards and drawers with inset sink and filtered water tap, exposed beam and timbers, stone floor, storage cupboard and door to the Cellars with 2 rooms, water softener. Traditional walk in larder to the side of the kitchen.
French doors to the courtyard garden, gas stove (decommissioned) pine ladder steps to attic storage area over the utility room, terracotta tiled floor, 6 wall light points.
Fitted cupboard withwork surface over, Belfast sink with chrome mixer tap, plumbing for automatic washing machine, terracotta tiled floor, part glazed rear door, fitted shelving and built in cupboard housing the oil fired central heating boiler.
Exposed truss, purlins and rafters to vaulted ceiling.
Exposed truss, purlins and rafters to vaulted ceiling, stable door to the courtyard garden.
With shower, close coupled WC and corner wash hand basin, tiled floor, extractor fan.
Rear Entrance Hall
Exposed purlin and rafters to vaulted ceiling, 4 Velux windows, French doors to the courtyard garden and the parking area, twin glazed doors to the Garden Room, tiled floor.
Blue brick flooring, 2 pairs of French doors to the parking area, wood burning stove, revealed brickwork and exposed rafters and purlins to vaulted ceiling.
Reached by stairs from the Drawing Room, a galleried area with wrought iron balustrade looking through the full height windows into the courtyard garden, oak flooring, revealed brickwork and exposed timbers to vaulted ceiling.
Revealed brickwork, exposed trusses, purlins and rafters to vaulted ceiling, Velux window
En-Suite Shower Room
Walk in shower, wall hung wash hand basin and WC with concealed cistern, tiled floor and walls, exposed timbers, shaver point, extractor fan, wooden shutter blinds to window.
Fitted hanging and shelving space.
Exposed trusses, purlins and rafters to vaulted ceiling, 2 Velux windows, 2 wall light points and walk in wardrobe with hanging and shelving space.
Suite comprising bath with shower and screen over, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled WC, tiled floor and walls, exposed timbers and brickwork, heated towel rail, extractor fan.
Stairs from the entrance hall lead to the secondary landing, exposed timbers, wall light point, stairs continue to the second floor.
Exposed beams, natural floorboards, 2 wall light points, recess with hanging space.
Resin roll top bath with Victorian style chrome mixer tap, close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin, pine floorboards, shaver point.
Traditional cast fireplace, connecting door to Guest Bedroom, built in airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.
Traditional cast fireplace, exposed beams and timbers, recess with hanging space, wall light point.
Double ended roll top bath with Victorian style brass mixer tap, bidet, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin, marble floor and bath surround, extractor fan, shaver point.
Exposed timbers, Velux window, access through to Bedroom 7.
Exposed timbers, 2 Velux windows.
Living and Dining Area
French doors to the patio area, exposed truss and purlins to vaulted ceiling, exposed brickwork, 2 wall light points, steps up to mezzanine study/sleeping area above.
A well fitted kitchen with an extensive bank of tall cupboards with integrated fridge and freezer, further floor cupboards with granite work surfaces over, Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher, cooker with extractor hood over, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and tumble dryer, central island with matching granite surface, breakfast bar and drawers beneath, twin glazed doors to the Living and Dining Area, tiled floor, oil fired central heating boiler, wooden shutter blinds to window.
Extensive fitted wardrobes, stable door to the courtyard garden, Velux window, 2 wall light points.
Suite comprising corner bath, shower cubicle, close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin, tiled floor and walls, wooden shutter blinds to windows, shaver point, heated towel rail.
Twin electrically operated vehicular gates and a separate pedestrian gate give access to a large parking area surrounded by low brick walling. There is garaging for 3 cars including a Double Garage and a Single Garage, with attached WC and Garden Store. A field gate allows access up to the orchard area with apple and pear trees.
A pedestrian gate allows access to the delightful inner courtyard garden which is enclosed by the farmhouse on three sides. There are lawns and well stocked borders separated by cobble and brick pathways, and a variety of sitting areas to make the most of the sun throughout the day. There is an attractive central gazebo with lavender in raised brick planters to the rear, and a further wisteria and rose clad gazebo. There is outside lighting and a tap.
To the side of the Drawing Room is a small side courtyard with a circular patio surrounded by borders with mature shrubbery.There is outside lighting and a tap.
We are given to understand that the tenure of the property is Freehold.
Mainswater, electricity and drainage are connected. Oil fired central heating is installed with separate systems for the main house and the annexe.
We are advised by Bassetlaw District Council that Trinity Farm is in Rating Band G. The Annexe is assessed separately for Council Tax and is in Band A.
Upton is a small village around 5 miles to the South of the market town of Retford.Retford has a main line rail link with London Kings Cross (from 105 minutes). Upton is conveniently located for the A1 network at Markham Moor (approximately 3 miles). The A1 motorway gives excellent access to London and to the North, the M18, M62 and M1. Sheffield is approximately 30 minute drive away and Leeds and Nottingham are within an hours commute.
Retford has a small market place which is home to the local market on a Thursday and Saturday with a range of local shops and Superstores. There is a good selection of local junior and secondary schools and private education is available at Ranby School and Worksop College. Within easy reach is Sherwood Forest, National Trust Clumber Park and a variety of other attractions. The historic city of Lincoln is just a short drive away, which offers Lincoln Cathedral, Castle, University, Cinema and numerous shops and boutiques along with many eating establishments.
Upton is located around 3 miles from the A1 at Markham Moor. Leaving the A1 at Markham Moor in the direction of Lincoln on the A57, follow the road for around a mile and take a left turn signposted to Askham and Headon. Follow the road through the village of Askham and continue to Upton, and Trinity Farm is to be found on the right hand side immediately before reaching the T junction.
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