5 bedroom detached house for saleLangdyke, Station Road, North Thoresby
Enjoying views over farmland, an impressive Double Fronted Detached Victorian Residence formerly the village Doctor's surgery and home set back from the road and standing in lovely mature grounds of around an acre including a very useful paddock which backs onto farmland.
This lovely comfortable family home has been extensively re-furbished and extended over recent years and includes an integrated annexe and a fabulous Master Bedroom suite.
The spacious accommodation which has OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING and DOUBLE GLAZING includes...
An impressive part-glazed front door to;
A wide and elegant hallway with a solid wood floor and staircase rising to the first floor giving an impressive entrance with deeply moulded coving and a moulded archway. Doors lead to;
18'8" into bay x 13' (5.7m into bay x 4.0m). A beautifully proportioned room with high moulded ceilings, deep coving and an open fireplace with a marble surround. The room has a bay window to the front of the house and a pair of arched stained glass windows to either side of the fireplace.
17'2" into bay x 12'6" (5.2m into bay x 3.8m). Another delightful space with a high moulded ceiling and a double aspect to the front and side. This room has a less-formal feel and benefits from a fireplace with a tiled inset and timber surround which houses a flame-effect gas fire.
A beautiful original stained glass door and panel leads to the quarry tiled hallway which includes a recessed cupboard. Doors to;
19'6" max. x 15'2" max. into bay (5.9m max. x 4.6m max. into bay). A characterful Farmhouse style kitchen with a deep bay window to the side of the house and French doors onto a large paved terrace to the rear. The room has a tiled floor and features a two-oven Aga in a recessed chimney breast with a timber mantel over. The kitchen is well configured to allow dining space by the French doors, as well as benefitting from a central island unit with a gas hob, granite surface and shelving below. The main body of the kitchen is fitted with cream painted base and wall units with granite surfaces, a pair of stainless steel sinks and an electric oven which can be used to supplement the Aga. There is space and plumbing for a dishwasher and space for under-counter refrigerator. In addition the room features spotlight ceiling lights, the front piece to the original servants' bell system, and an attractive internal window to the rear hallway.
13' x 13' (4.0m x 4.0m). A fabulous panelled room with deep coving and a central ceiling rose as well as wall lighting on a dimmer switch. The room has ample space for a central dining table, a window to the side of the house and a concealed panelled door to the adjacent utility room.
A sizeable hallway with a tiled floor and a part-glazed door to the rear gardens. The room provides space for storage and additional white goods such as refrigerators, etc. if required. Doors to;
With a tiled floor and space for shelving and coat hanging. Door to;
With a window to the side of the house, the utility houses the oil-fired central heating boiler and immersion heater as well as having space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer and built-in base and wall units for storage, with a stainless steel sink and drainer.
Accessed off the rear hallway, this useful annexe/teenager's base comprises the following;
With a timber-effect floor and doors to;
Sitting Room/Office Space
16'11" max. x 9'3" max. (5.2m max. x 2.8m max.). Divided into an office space/dining area with a timber-effect floor (which could be turned into a kitchen area if required) and a carpeted sitting room with French doors to the rear garden, as well as a door to the adjacent bedroom.
11'7" x 8'8" (3.5m x 2.6m). A double room with a window to the rear and a door to the sitting room.
A neat and spacious shower room with a white suite to include a glazed corner shower unit, WC and basin.
Stairs rise from the main Entrance Hall to an attractive split-level landing which boasts an impressive Art Deco style stained glass ceiling panel. Steps rise to the master bedroom landing with a large arched window to the side and a door to the master bedroom suite.
Master Bedroom Suite
17'6" x 13'5" (5.3m x 4.1m). A spacious and tranquil room with a set of French doors to a long, decked balcony which gives fabulous and far reaching views across open farmland towards the Lincolnshire Wolds. The room has part-sloping Welsh ceilings, deep skirting boards and a doors to;
With a window to the rear of the house, this room is fitted with two impressive banks of fitted wardrobes with sliding timber and mirrored doors.
En Suite Bathroom
A good-sized bathroom with a window to the side of the house and a smart white suite to include a basin with vanity unit below and built-in lighting, a bath, WC and a sizeable corner shower unit.
13'1" x 12'11" (4.0m x 3.9m). A large double room with high ceiling and a window to the side of the property the room boasts a pretty fireplace with a tiled inset, a basin and a cast iron radiator.
16' x 13' (4.9m x 4.0m). Another large double room, this time with a double aspect to the front and side of the property as well as a dado rail and attractive coving.
14'4" x 12'6" (4.4m x 3.8m). A good-sized, double aspect double room with a cast iron radiator and basin.
9'6" x 6' (2.9m x 1.8m). Presently used as a study, this room would fit a single bed and has a window to the front of the house.
13' x 11'5" (4.0m x 3.5m). A serene and sizeable bathroom with a window to the side and another pretty, original fireplace with a tiled inset. The room which has spotlight ceiling lights and an airing cupboard is fitted with a basin, WC, corner shower unit and features a central cast iron roll edged bath.
The house is approached through a pair of brick pillars onto a sizeable gravel parking and turning area which is bordered by hedging on two sides and by the detached, brick-built double garage on the third side. The garage is built in a style to compliment the house and has a pair of timber doors as well as a side personnel door. A gateway in the brick wall adjacent to the side of the garage leads to the side garden which has mature shrub planting and leads, via a lawn, to a sizeable L-shaped paved terrace which is sheltered with hedging and which can be accessed from the kitchen, making a delightful barbecue/dining space.
Beyond the terrace is the large rear garden which is mainly lawned with hedged boundaries, further softened with swathes of mature shrub planting. At the far end of the garden is a part-concealed, garden shed and an arched gateway leads through the rear hedge to the level and well-maintained Paddock which has new hedgerow planting to the boundaries and which gives the potential for cultivation for a self-sufficient lifestyle, the keeping of a small pony/livestock or for general amenity use (subject to any planning permissions that may be required). There is a second access to the paddock from the side which would allow a right of way at all times with or without vehicles or animals, making it convenient for grounds-keeping materials and/or a horse trailer to access the site, without having to go through the garden.
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