**INTERESTING CONVERSION** **WEALTH OF CHARACTER & FEATURES** **PLEASANT CORNER PLOT** **GATED DRIVEWAY** **OPEN ASPECT TO REAR** **CLOSE TO LOCAL COMMUNICATIONS** Read more
**INTERESTING CONVERSION** **WEALTH OF CHARACTER & FEATURES** **PLEASANT CORNER PLOT** **GATED DRIVEWAY** **OPEN ASPECT TO REAR** **CLOSE TO LOCAL COMMUNICATIONS**
An interesting brick and pantiled two storey barn conversion originally renovated in 2003. Aslockton Grange is situated on the outskirts of Whatton, Aslockton and the well-served market town of Bingham. The property offers a wealth of character and features and would be perfect for single or professional couples, or those looking to downsize requiring a fascinating interesting character home within this semi-rural setting.
The accommodation comprises of an attractive pantiled canopied porch with solid timber entrance door leading into a pleasant initial entrance vestibule with attractive spindle balustrade staircase rising to a galleried landing above, attractive flagstone flooring and further latch doors leading to a ground floor cloakroom, L-shaped dining kitchen benefitting from a dual aspect with French doors leading out into the rear garden and fitted with a generous range of Shaker style units with ample room for small dining/breakfast table. The main reception is a well-proportioned space with exposed brick fireplace with gas fired solid fuel effect stove and French doors leading out into the rear garden. To the first floor is an initial attractive galleried landing area currently used as a study space but would be relatively easy to partition off to create a second first floor bedroom. The master bedroom is a particularly attractive feature having dual aspect with pleasant views across adjacent paddocks, vaulted ceiling with exposed king post and trusses and leads through into a spacious bathroom situated in the eaves.
The property occupies a pleasant established corner plot with gardens to two sides and gated driveway with ample parking.
Amenities in Aslockton include public house, local post office/shop, well regarded primary school, bus services and railway station with links to Nottingham and Grantham. Additional amenities can be found in the nearby market town of Bingham and the village is convenient for the A52 and A46 which provide good road access to the cities of Nottingham and Leicester, the A1 and M1.
Aslockton is well equipped with amenities include public house, deli/tea shop, post office/shop, well regarded primary school and catchment area for Toothill School, hourly bus services and railway station with links to Nottingham and Grantham, from Grantham high speed trains to London in just over an hour. There is also a church and village hall, excellent sports facilities with cricket and football pitches, all weather tennis courts . Additional amenities can be found in the nearby market town of Bingham and the village is convenient for the A52 and A46 which provide good road access to the cities of Nottingham and Leicester, the A1 and M1.
A TIMBER ENTRANCE DOOR GIVES ACCESS THROUGH INTO A PLEASANT INITIAL:
Entrance Hall - 3.96m x 2.92m (13'0 x 9'7) - Having attractive spindle balustrade staircase rising to the first floor, flagstone flooring, recessed lighting, double glazed window, central heating radiator, understairs storage cupboard and door to:
Ground Floor Cloakroom - Having a two piece suite comprising low level WC, wash hand basin, continuation of flagstone flooring, central heating radiator.
Sitting Room - 5.66m x 4.50m (18'7 x 14'9) - A light and airy room benefitting from window and French doors leading out onto the rear garden. Focal point of the room being exposed brick feature fireplace with gas fired solid fuel effect stove, herringbone brick hearth, timber mantle, central heating radiator, wall light points.
Breakfast Kitchen - 4.75m max x 4.09m max (15'7 max x 13'5 max) - Having an initial dining/breakfast area, attractive flagstone flooring which continues through into the kitchen area which is fitted with a generous range of white fronted Shaker style wall, base and drawer units, inset resin sink unit, rolled edge laminate work surfaces, tiled splashbacks, space for under counter fridge, dishwasher, Range style oven with chimney hood over, tiled splashbacks, beamed ceiling with inset downlighters, windows to the front elevation and French doors leading out into the garden.
FROM THE INITIAL ENTRANCE HALL A SPINDLE BALUSTRADE STAIRCASE RISES TO THE FIRST FLOOR:
Galleried Landing - 4.04m x 3.18m (13'3 x 10'5) - Currently utilised as a study area and offering a wealth of character with high pitched ceiling, exposed king post truss and purlins, which subject to necessary consent could potentially be partitioned to create a second first floor bedroom, built-in storage cupboard housing the central heating boiler, window to the front elevations and a further door gives access through into the:
Bedroom - 4.45m x 4.22m (14'7 x 13'10) - A superb well-proportioned space having high vaulted ceiling with exposed king post truss and purlins, attractive open aspect to the rear, central heating radiator, windows to both the front and side elevations.
Ensuite Bathroom - 4.57m x 2.29m (15'0 x 7'6) - Fitted with a modern but traditional style white suite comprising free-standing ball and claw roll top double ended bath with chrome traditional style mixer tap and integrated shower handset, close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps, tiled splashbacks, pitched ceiling with inset downlighters, Velux skylight, access to under eaves, central heating radiator.
Exterior - The property occupies a pleasant corner plot with established gardens to two sides, with the rear garden having a southerly aspect, central lawn and well-stocked perimeter borders. A timber field gate gives access onto a gravelled driveway.
Directional Note - Leaving our Bingham Office via Market Street, turn left onto Long Acre and follow the road around to the junction with the A52. Turn left onto the A52 towards Grantham passing the petrol station on the left hand side, and just after the left hand turn to Scarrington the entrance to Aslockton Grange can be found on the right hand side. "The Barn" can be found second property in on the left hand side.
Council Tax Band - Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band E