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Guide price 650,000

Lambley Lane, Burton Joyce

Features

  • Individual Detached Bungalow
  • Modernised Throughout
  • Contemporary Fixtures & Fittings
  • Grounds Approaching 9.4 Acres
  • Paddocks, Stabling & Workshop
  • Planning Granted to Convert to 3000 sq ft Home
  • Gated Driveway & Triple Garage
  • Superb Village Location
  • EPC Rating - tbc

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Description

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We have pleasure in offering to the market this truly rare opportunity to acquire an individual and versatile dwelling, tucked away in a quiet backwater in one of the village's most highly regarded locations, still within walking distance of the wealth of local amenities but enjoying grounds which approach 10 acres.

The current property comprises a single storey home extending to around 1500 sq ft and has already seen a significant programme of tasteful modernisation with contemporary fixtures and fittings including superb modern L shaped kitchen with white gloss units and quartz work surfaces, which links through into an open plan living/dining room with contemporary solid fuel stove and the addition of a versatile aluminium framed garden room to the side. In addition there are four double bedrooms, the master benefitting from ensuite facilities with separate contemporary bathroom, overall creating a well proportioned home within an idyllic setting.

The rarity aspect to this property however is that there is full planning permission granted to transform this single storey home into a truly individual detached two storey bespoke dwelling which when complete will lie in the region of 3000 sq ft making excellent use of the stunning grounds and wonderful peaceful location.

The property is therefore likely to appeal to a wide audience with a broad range of budgets depending on their current and future requirements, with the main house sitting in a superb plot accessed via a gated driveway with brick built triple garage to the front and gardens to all sides. Within the formal grounds there is a substantial stable block with additional workshop/store, which has planning for conversion into an annexe-style dwelling. All of this backs onto the property's own grass paddocks which approach nine acres and from their elevated position at the top of the hill offer superb panoramic views to all sides creating a wonderful vista.

Overall this is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a "forever home" particularly for those with an equestrian orientated background having the rare benefit of stabling and paddocks literally on the property's doorstep and enjoying the atmosphere of a rural location but situated within walking distance of the wealth of amenities of this popular and well placed village.

Burton Joyce is well equipped with amenities including a variety of shops, post office, public houses, primary school, dentist and doctors surgeries, excellent bus and rail links to Nottingham as well as good commuting links via the A52 and A46 giving easy access to the A1 and M1.

A GLAZED ALUMINIUM DOOR LEADS THROUGH INTO A:

STORM PORCH (1.96m x 1.17m (6'5 x 3'10))
Having glazed side panels and pitched roof, tiled floor, contemporary door giving access through into:

ENTRANCE HALL (5.61m max x 2.59m max (18'5 max x 8'6 max))
Having attractive stone tiled floor with underfloor heating, deep skirting, inset downlighters to the ceiling, central heating radiator, built in storage cupboard and door to:

KITCHEN (3.73m x 4.22m max (12'3 x 13'10 max))
Beautifully appointed with a generous range of contemporary gloss white fronted wall, base and drawer units, deep pan drawers, L shaped configuration of quartz granite work surfaces, under-mounted Franke stainless steel one and a half square bowl sink unit with brushed metal swan neck mixer tap and glass splashbacks. Integrated appliances include Siemens ceramic hob with contemporary extractor hood over, Miele fan oven and Miele steam combi oven, full height larder fridge and separate freezer, integrated Neff dishwasher, low level plinth lighting. Attractive stone tiled floor with underfloor heating, inset downlighters to the ceiling and UPVC double glazed bow window to the front with granite sill.

Glazed doors lead through into:

SITTING / DINING ROOM (7.92m x 4.65m (26'0 x 15'3))
A well proportioned light and airy main reception benefitting from windows to two elevations as well as linking through into a glass garden room at the side creating an excellent everyday living/entertaining space. The focal point of the room is a contemporary solid fuel stove with polished granite hearth and slate mosaic feature wall behind, three central heating radiators, inset downlighters to the ceiling and UPVC double glazed window to the rear.

French doors lead through into:

GARDEN ROOM (3.86m x 3.15m (12'8 x 10'4))
A superb addition to the property creating a contemporary light and airy space overlooking the garden. Having aluminium frame with double glazed lights and pitched clear glass double glazed roof, underfloor heating and bi-fold doors leading out into the garden.

From the sitting room a further door leads through into:

MASTER BEDROOM (5.33m x 3.76m excluding w'robes (17'6 x 12'4 exclu)
A well proportioned double bedroom having a pleasant light and airy dual aspect, fitted with a range of integrated furniture comprising full height wardrobes with cream gloss door fronts, brushed metal fittings and inset downlighters, matching side tables, central heating radiator, deep skirting, UPVC double glazed windows to the front and side and door leading through into:

ENSUITE WET ROOM (1.52m x 1.47m (5'0 x 4'10))
Beautifully appointed with a contemporary suite comprising walk-in wet area with curved glass screen, integrated shower handset and wall mounted electronic Aqualisa shower mixer, wall hung contemporary wc, wash basin, polished stone tiled floor, mosaic effect tiled walls, inset downlighters and extractor to the ceiling, vertically mounted contemporary column radiator and UPVC double glazed window.

Returning to the entrance hall further doors lead to:

BEDROOM 2 (3.43m x 3.30m (11'3 x 10'10))
A well proportioned light and airy bedroom benefitting from windows to both the front and side elevations, deep skirting, central heating radiator and UPVC double glazed windows.

BEDROOM 3 (4.27m x 2.74m (14'0 x 9'0))
A further double bedroom having dual aspect, coved ceiling, deep skirting, central heating radiator and UPVC double glazed windows.

BEDROOM 4 (3.35m x 2.67m (11'0 x 8'9))
Currently utilised as a home office having integrated furniture comprising full height cupboard and shelved bookcase, low level desk unit with integrated drawers, central heating radiator, deep skirting, coved ceiling and UPVC double glazed window to the side.

BATHROOM (4.32m x' 1.78m (14'2 x' 5'10))
A beautifully appointed contemporary space offering large walk-in wet area with glass screen and chrome shower mixer with deluge rose over, tile panelled bath with waterfall mixer tap and integrated shower handset, contemporary vanity unit with round stone his and hers basins with wall mounted waterfall mixer taps, wall-hung wc, stone tiled walls and floor, underfloor heating, chrome contemporary towel radiator, inset downlighters and extractor to the ceiling, UPVC double glazed window.

EXTERIOR
The property is approached by an initial lane leading off Lambley Lane shared with only a handful of other dwellings and this property is located in an idyllic position tucked away behind electric gated access which leads onto a substantial tarmac driveway providing parking for numerous vehicles, this leads to a substantial:

TRIPLE GARAGE (13.23m x 5.03m (43'5 x 16'6))
Having three up and over doors, two of which are remotely controlled, having power and light, UPVC window and courtesy door.

BRICK LOG STORE / POTTING SHED (2.95m x 2.44m (9'8 x 8'0))

GARDENS
The initial area of garden is mainly laid to lawn with raised rockery, established trees and shrubs and steps leading up to the main pedestrian entrance of the property.

To the front are lawned gardens with an additional entrance track to the side which sweeps up through the rear garden and up to the grass paddocks belonging to the property.

BRICK STABLE BLOCK (11.99m x 3.48m (39'4 x 11'5))
Comprising three stalls, concrete apron to the front. It is worth noting that this building has photo-voltaics on the roof with a feed-in tariff and also has planning permission for conversion.

On a lower level within the more formal gardens there is a:

WORKSHOP / STABLE
A single storey breeze block building providing workshop and additional stabling as well as planning consent for conversion to an annexe style building.

The total plot lies in the region of 9.4 acres and includes the initial formal garden of around one acre with approximately 8.4 acres of grass paddock, all of which lies to the rear of the property and enjoys quite incredible far reaching panoramic views across the Trent Valley and on a clear day Belvoir Castle can be seen on the horizon.

PADDOCKS
The main paddocks are accessed via a winding track that leads off the main driveway, sweeping past the brick stables and to the paddocks at the rear, meaning the equestrian enthusiast will enjoy the benefit of having equine facilities literally on the doorstep.

SERVICES
The property is not on mains drainage and has a bore hole for water. There is oil fired central heating.

COUNCIL TAX BAND
Gedling Borough Council - Tax Band F.

Viewing
Please contact our Bingham Office on 01949 836678 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property or require further information.

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Richard Watkinson endeavour to maintain accurate depictions of properties in Virtual Tours, Floor Plans and descriptions, however, these are intended only as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection.

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