4 bedroom detached house for sale

Hockerton Road, Kirklington, Newark

Sold STC £395,000

Property Description

Key features

  • An Extended Detached Cottage
  • Picturesque, Secluded Setting Bordering Open Countryside
  • Delightful Open Views
  • Large Plot (0.37 Ac Approx.).
  • Potential To Buy A Further 2 Acres.
  • 4 Double Bedrooms, 2 Reception Rooms
  • Generous Dining Kitchen
  • Ample off Street Parking & Sizeable Single Garage
  • Must Be Seen To Be Appreciated
  • EPC Rating (E)/43

Full description

Splendid Detached Cottage In A Truly Picturesque, Secluded Setting. Stands in a Leafy Lane, a Large Plot 0.37 acres approx. Potential To But A Further 2 Acres. Borders open countryside/farmland. Delightful Views Over. 4 Beds, 2 Reception Rooms, Spacious Dining Kitchen & Impressive Bathroom. Viewing Essential.

This wonderful detached cottage enjoys in a truly enviable setting. The property stands on a generous plot of approx 0.37 acres (Opportunity To Buy A Further 2 Acres) & is set back from the road down a leafy lane/bridleway. The house being bordered on three sides by open fields & the bridleway, this giving rise to delightful views in all directions. The property has character combined with spacious & well presented interior & affords both oil fired central heating & PVCu double glazing. The property also has a driveway with generous off street parking and access to a larger than average single garage. Inside the rooms are all of generous proportions & well presented including: two separate reception rooms, a large dining kitchen, three double bedrooms & super bathroom with stylish fixtures & fittings. The property has expansive gardens which are laid mainly to lawn interspersed with mature, shrubs & trees which add to the feeling of space & privacy around you. The space around would seem to also give rise to the potential to further extend the property too.*

Charming walks across open countryside to surrounding villages are also nearby. Despite its secluded position the property is within easy reach of a wide range of facilities & amenities. The towns of Southwell and Newark are only 4.3 and 8.5 miles away respectively. The village of Farnsfield which is also well served is only a 10 minute drive away.

This is a property that must be viewed!

Entrance Hall - 4’5 x 4’0 - Very attractive entrance door with double glazed tulip pattern stain glass panels. The entrance door opening into the entrance hall with two further ‘Art Deco’ style solid oak and part glazed doors. These lead off to either side of the hall to the sitting and living rooms.

Sitting Room - 6.43m x 3.30m (narrows to 2.16m) (21'1 x 10'10 (na - This is an impressive and spacious principal reception room which enjoys a delightful aspect. The double glazed PVCu window to the front elevation gives an aspect across the pretty lane to the open farmland beyond. The double-glazed double doors look onto and give access to the adjacent patio and then onto the delightful view to over the expansive gardens. The room has a feature fire place comprising an inset log effect electric fire. There is also a radiator and TV aerial point.

Living Room - 14’6 x 12’5 14’6 narrowing to 13’0 - Another well-proportioned and very attractively presented reception room. This room also has a feature fireplace this time having an inset multi fuel burner. The burner stands set back in to the chimney breast on a tiled hearth with an exposed brick surround and timber mantle over. The room also has TV aerial point, wall lighting points, radiator and PVCu double glazed bow window to the front elevation again affording the occupants a pleasant rural aspect.

Door through from the living room to the dining kitchen.

Dining Kitchen - 14’4 x 10’4 - An excellent, notably spacious dual-purpose room which is fitted with a generous range of storage units, there is also room for a family to dine formally or informally. The base level storage units are surmounted by rolled edge work surfaces, inset to which is an acrylic sink unit with one and a half bowls and mixer tap. There is plumbing for automatic washing machine and space for additional under counter white goods too. The kitchen has built in appliances comprising a multi-function oven above which is a four-ring electric hob. The room also fully tiled walls and a practical, hard wearing tiled floor finish. The room has good natural light by way of two PVCu double glazed windows to two elevations each providing a lovely aspect to the garden and the gently rolling farm land beyond. Concealed oil fired boiler, radiator and door to rear hall

Rear Hall - Opening to walk in under stairs storage/pantry cupboard, door to outside and door to ground floor WC.

Under Stairs Cupboard -

Ground Floor Wc - 5’4 x 3’0 - With close coupled WC, tiled floor and obscure glazed double glazed window.

Returning to the entrance hall, stairs rise off to the split first floor landing which in turn gives access to the following.

Master Bedroom - 17’9 max narrowing to 14’5 x 9’0 - A generously proportioned double bedroom. The room enjoying a lovely aspect through two PVCu double glazed windows. This time the aspect is to the front elevation looking over the leafy lane onto the gently rolling farmland beyond. The room is fitted with wardrobes including mirror finish and glazed fronted doors and provide hanging, storage space as well as display space. The room also has TV aerial point, telephone point and radiator

Bedroom 2 - 10’10 x 9’2 - Further good sized double bedroom again with very attractive view through double glazed window. Radiator.

Bedroom 3 - 10’10 x 8’4 - Further double bedroom with double glazed window again providing a very attractive aspect open aspect. Radiator.

Bedroom 4 - 10’3 x 9’6 - Once more a double proportion bedroom and once again with lovely aspect through a double glazed window. Radiator.

Bathroom - 13’7 x 7’8 - An unusually large, stylish and most attractive bathroom. The room is fitted with a four-piece suite comprising Victorian style roll tap bath with “ball and claw” and feet, mixer taps and flexible shower hose too. There is also an oversized shower cubicle, close coupled WC with concealed system and wash hand basin with surrounding vanity unit. The room also has a vertically mounted heated towel rail/radiator, down lighters inset to ceiling and fitted vanity unit with shaving mirror, lights and cupboard. Slate look vinyl floor finish and obscure glazed double glazed windows to two elevations.

Outside - This wonderful detached cottage offers period charm and character combined with spacious and very well presented interior. The outside could well be considered to be even more impressive. The property enjoys a hugely desirable position on a large plot extending to some 0.37 acres. It has a leafy bridleway and fields to three sides creating a wonderful, picturesque setting.

The property is reached via the tree lined bridleway which provides access to just this one property. The bridleway continues up past the cottage for approximately half a mile then giving way to open farmland and woodland with charming walks to surrounding villages.

The turning off of the main A617 is onto what is known locally as “Intake Lane”. The property is approached by driving up this pretty country lane, passing the extensive gardens to the left-hand side leading up eventually to the cottage itself. The cottage is bordered on three sides by open countryside/farmland over which the property enjoys really lovely views.

There is gated access to a footpath leading to the front of the property as well as double gated access to off street car parking which leads up to the attached garage. The garage has an up and over door, power and lighting with ample storage space and parking space. The double width concrete driveway provides off road parking for three or more vehicles. Adjacent to this there is a formal lawn with surrounding flower and shrub borders. This gives way to the main garden which is predominantly laid to lawn interspersed with mature trees (including productive fruit trees) as well as shrubs. The garden is bordered by picket fencing and hedging to all sides.

Returning towards the house there is access between the conifer and deciduous trees to a sheltered formal garden where there can be found a raised patio, greenhouse, composting area, and also a plastic oil tank.

The property offers a wonderful setting with seclusion without being isolated, the lovely interior and truly delightful setting simply must be seen to be fully appreciated.

* N.B. The potential to further extend the property would depend upon the gaining of the requisite permissions/consents where necessary. Buyers are encouraged to make their own enquiries as to the extent of this potential prior to any legal commitment to purchase. The property has previously been extended.

Further Information - Any fixtures and fittings not mentioned in these details are excluded from the sale price. No services or appliances which may have been included in these details have been tested and therefore cannot be guaranteed to be in good working order. Nothing therein shall be a warranty or condition and neither the Vendor nor ourselves will be liable to the Purchaser in respect of any mis-statement or misrepresentation made at or before the date hereof by the Vendor, his servants or agents or otherwise. TENURE - The property is freehold : COUNCIL TAX BAND: C. EPC RATING: (E)/43 SERVICES: Mains electricity and water are connected. Central heating is by way of an oil fired boiler with external plastic tank. Drainage to a septic tank. VIEWING: By telephone appointment with Kirkland & Lane Property on or

Additional Land - An opportunity exists to acquire up to a further 2 acres of land. the land would be sold by an adjacent third party land owner. Contact the selling agents for more details.


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19 April 2019

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  • Rolleston (4.4 mi)
  • Bleasby (5.0 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Fiskerton (4.3 mi)
  • Rolleston (4.4 mi)
  • Bleasby (5.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Kirkland & Lane, Southwell

North Muskham Prebend Church Street, Southwell, NG25 0HQ

01636 377018 Local call rate

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