4 bedroom detached house for sale

Gravelly Lane, Fiskerton, Southwell

£615,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Superb Detached Cottage
  • 4 Bedrooms & 2 Bath/Ensuite
  • 3 Reception Room & Conservatory
  • Fabulous Family Dining Kitchen & Separate Large Utility
  • Gas Central Heating & Double Glazing
  • Charm & Character Throughout
  • Garaging & Off Street Parking
  • Beautiful Fully Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Viewing Absolutely Essential
  • EPC Rating (D)/64

Full description

Superb Detached Cottage on a Generous Corner Plot. Very Attractively Presented Accommodation Fitted & Finished to a High Standard. 4 Beds (Master with En-suite), 3 Reception, Conservatory, Family Bathroom & En-suite Shower Room. Garaging, Large Rear Garden. Highly Sought After Village.

Gravelly House is an extremely desirable period property and a much loved home. A home which immediately upon entering the charm character, style and no little expense that has been bestowed upon it is immediately apparent. The property is a deceptively spacious detached 4 bedroom cottage with accommodation much larger than a casual glance may be thought to reveal. It is located in one of the areas most sought after villages standing proudly on a corner plot which affords a beautiful, most generous rear garden as well as double width driveway & garaging too.

The property has had the benefit of recent works of improvement/modernisation. Notably though not exclusively these include the following. Specialist "self cleaning" render finish to the front and side elevations in 2014. New gas central heating boiler in Dec. 2012. New conservatory in Oct. 2017 complete with specialist glazing. New roof to the garage & living room in late 2017. New alarm system in 2015.

The accommodation is very attractively presented & offers both charm & character as well as generously proportioned rooms throughout. To the ground floor there are 3 reception rooms & a conservatory which stands open plan to a wonderful, well fitted dining kitchen. These spaces combine to form an enviable, triple purpose, open plan room ideal for modern family living and with a delightful view over the lovely rear garden. The property also boasts a gorgeous sitting room, formal dining room and, a lovely living room. Next to the kitchen is a large utility room & also an inner hall/study. To the first floor, in addition to the four bedrooms there is a modern en-suite shower room & contemporary family bathroom.

Fiskerton - Fiskerton is one of the areas most highly sought after villages. This popularity is due to factors such as: the existence of a village shop/post office, a hairdresser, a very popular pub/restaurant with lovely riverside setting and walks along the same. Fiskerton also has a railway station running to Nottingham / Lincoln. There is also a highly regarded primary school in the next village of Bleasby which is approx. Approx. 2.5 miles away, around 5 minutes by car. The towns of Southwell (approx 3 miles/6 mins) & Newark ( approx 7 miles/15 mins.) are also within easy reach. Each provides for excellent shopping and a wide range of amenities & facilities. Southwell also offers highly regarded secondary schooling in the form of the Minster School. Newark also has two railway stations one, "Newark Northgate" provides a regular service to London Kings Cross a journey of approx. 1hr 20 mins. The village also has mains gas and high speed broadband is also available.

Entrance Hall - max 5.72m x 3.53m (max 18'9 x 11'7) - (11'7 x 7'1) plus (8'2 x 3'9). A part glazed door opens into a lovely, welcoming entrance hall. A delightful and surprisingly large hall way which sets the tone of space, style and quality repeated throughout this wonderful home. Chess board pattern ceramic tiled floor. Beams to ceiling. Double glazed window to side. Wall lighting points. Radiator. Fitted book shelving.

Ground Floor W.C. - 2.26m x 0.91m (7'5 x 3'0) - With close coupled w.c. Pedestal wash hand basin. Radiator. Down-lighting inset to ceiling. Extractor fan.

Sitting Room - 7.07 x 3.5 (23'2" x 11'5") - An impressive, spacious reception room yet at the same time warm and homely too with a feature fireplace with multi fuel burner standing on a tiled hearth recessed to the chimney breast. Good natural light enters the room through two double glazed windows to the front elevation. Beams to ceiling. Fitted bookcase. Radiators. TV aerial point.

Study & Inner Lobby - 3.68m x 2.41m (12'1 x 7'11) - With stairs rising off, this area provides for both an inner hall as well as a study area with space for desk and seating. Beams to ceiling. Radiator. Telephone point. Wall lighting points. Useful under-stairs cloaks/storage area and door to the dining room

Formal Dining Room - 4.57m x 3.10m (15'0 x 10'2) - The second of three reception rooms to the cottage this room is utilised as a formal dining room. However, due to the space for dining afforded by the dining kitchen See below) then this room can be freed up for use as another purpose to suit the needs of the individual buyer. With double glazed window over the rear garden. Radiator. Beams to ceiling.

Dining Kitchen - 4.60m x 3.61m (15'1 x 11'10) - The dining kitchen in conjunction with the adjacent conservatory forms a contemporary, open plan living space that creates an enviable hub to Gravelly House.

The dining kitchen area is spacious with ample space for a family to dine and breakfast in comfort. The kitchen section is fitted with a range of both base and eye level storage units, the base level units being surmounted by granite effect rolled edge work surfaces to which is inset an acrylic sink unit with "swan neck" mixer tap and one and a half bowls. Additional pull out work top. Fully integrated dishwasher. Space for range style cooker with hood over. Beams to ceiling. Multi-directional spotlighting. Door to a generous and very useful "Walk In Pantry" (7'10 x 6'3) with shelving and storage units as well as space for sizeable fridge/freezer. A quality oak effect floor finish is continued throughout running into the adjacent conservatory also.

Conservatory - 3.35m x 2.74m (11'0 x 9'0) - The splendid conservatory is north westerly facing and lies open plan to the adjacent dining kitchen forming and extension to that room making it ideal for modern living. From here the delightful view over the lovely rear garden can be taken in. The conservatory also affords excellent natural light to the dining kitchen. The conservatory was re-done in October 2017 with new PVCu units including windows and roof which have been replaced with "Heatguard" 28mm hemetically sealed units with argon gas filled cavity. This specialist glazing enhances usability by minimising solar heat gain and increases energy efficiency too by minimising heat loss.

Utility - 4.60m x 2.36m (15'1 x 7'9) - Standing adjacent to the kitchen is this unusually spacious utility room which has both plumbing and ample space for white goods. Fitted storage units. Door to outside.

Inner Lobby - 1.55m x 1.35m (5'1 x 4'5 ) - With radiator, down-lighters inset to ceiling and doors off to both the garage and also to a useful walk in storage/broom cupboard ideal for keeping vacuum cleaner, ironing board and the like out of sight.

Living Room - 5.41m x 2.49m (17'9 x 8'2) - A third well proportioned reception room this time situated to the rear of the cottage and therefore enjoying both excellent natural light and also a delightful aspect through double glazed double doors. These doors can be thrown open to both enjoy and give access to the very lovely rear garden. The room also offers: radiator, wall lighting points and two radiators.

Returning to the inner hall/study area then stairs rise off the first floor landing.

First Floor

Landing - An impressive and unusually spacious, part galleried landing. Double glazed window to side. Beams to ceiling. Doors off to the following.

Master Suite - Generous double bedroom with en-suite shower room.

Master Bedroom - 4.67m x 3.66m (15'4 x 12'0) - This bedroom is of excellent double proportions, it has a double glazed window to the rear elevation which affords an attractive aspect too. Radiator. Wall lighting points. Telephone point. Loft hatch and door to an en-suite shower room.

En-Suite - 1.88m x 1.45m (6'2 x 4'9) - En-suite shower well fitted with an attractive modern three piece suite comprising low level w.c., wash hand basin with vanity unit beneath and recess tiled shower cubicle. Tiled walls and floor. Vertically mounted heated towel rail/radiator. Electric shaver socket.

Bedroom 2 - 3.53m x 3.48m (11'7 x 11'5) - Further good size double bedroom with double glazed window. Beams to ceiling. Radiator.

Bedroom 3 - 3.07m x 3.05m (10'1 x 10'0) - Again a double proportion room with double glazed window and radiator.

Bedroom 4 - 3.56m max x 3.43m max (11'8 max x 11'3 max) - An "L" shape room with double glazed window. Radiator.

Family Bathroom - 3.61m x 2.49m max (narrows to 1.55m) (11'10 x 8'2 - Recently re-fitted with a stylish three piece suite in white comprising: bath with shower over, close coupled w.c. and wash hand basin with surrounding vanity unit. Wall mounted heated towel rail/radiator. Electric shaver socket. Down-lighters inset to ceiling. Double glazed, obscured glazed window.

Outside - Gravelly House stands proudly on a generous corner plot. The property has a rendered exterior the front and side elevations having been recently re-done in a specialist, high quality, low maintenance, "self cleaning" finish. To the front of the cottage there is a double width driveway providing two off street parking space and access to the attached garage. Adjacent to this is a shallow frontage edged by a hedge which gives added privacy to the front elevation.

Garage (22'0 x 15'8) This attached brick built garage with double wooden doors opening in to it. The flat roof to the garage (along with that over the sitting room) were replaced in November 2017. Skylight windows. Log store recess.

To the rear of the Cottage can be found one of its most attractive features, this in the form of a delightful and deceptively large garden. Secreted away behind a painted brick garden wall mature hedging and fencing the garden affords an above average degree of privacy. The property behind is a bungalow and this therefore further adds to the feeling of space, light and privacy that Gravelly House enjoys.

The garden is of such a size that for those who want to do so the sun can be tracked round, falling on some point of the garden at almost all times of the day. This is born out by a number of attractive facets to the garden. The garden is laid predominantly to lawn but also has the benefit of an extensive patio adjacent to the conservatory and living room, next to this is a rockery. A path from here leads to the top left hand corner of the garden where there is a delightful timber summer house. To the opposite side of the lawn is a lovely seating area with pergola adorned with trailing plants and shrubs which surround it. The garden also has a number of mature trees which add to the delightful ambience and shade for those seeking it. There is also access to an attached brick built store.

Further Information - For details of fixtures and fittings included in the sale price please refer to the ‘fixtures and fittings form that will be provided with the legal pack and on which your Solicitor will advise you. 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 (G): EPC RATING (D)/64: (TBC) SERVICES: All mains services are connected to the property. VIEWING: By telephone appointment with Kirkland & Lane Property on or


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30 October 2019

Nearest stations

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  • Rolleston (0.9 mi)
  • Bleasby (1.6 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Fiskerton (0.6 mi)
  • Rolleston (0.9 mi)
  • Bleasby (1.6 mi)
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Kirkland & Lane, Southwell

North Muskham Prebend Church Street, Southwell, NG25 0HQ

01636 377018 Local call rate

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