6 Bedroom Detached House for sale in West Street, Brant Broughton
A fine Georgian house with six bedrooms, two principal reception rooms, a garden room and open plan dining kitchen with Aga. This prominently situated house in a quiet corner of the village is Grade II listed and situated in a conservation area. The property has been beautifully restored and exceptionally well maintained throughout with a wealth of original character and charm.The tall box sash windows and lofty ceilings, typical of the period, provide very roomy, light and airy accommodation. The period features include red and blue brick quarry tiled floors which are sealed for ease of maintenance and the house is easily worked throughout. The panelled front entrance door gives access to t... Read more
A fine Georgian house with six bedrooms, two principal reception rooms, a garden room and open plan dining kitchen with Aga. This prominently situated house in a quiet corner of the village is Grade II listed and situated in a conservation area. The property has been beautifully restored and exceptionally well maintained throughout with a wealth of original character and charm.
The tall box sash windows and lofty ceilings, typical of the period, provide very roomy, light and airy accommodation. The period features include red and blue brick quarry tiled floors which are sealed for ease of maintenance and the house is easily worked throughout.
The panelled front entrance door gives access to the front hall with a fine wide and easy staircase leading to the first and second floor accommodation. The ground floor provides a drawing room, dining room, side entrance hall, cloak room, study, kitchen with Aga and open plan dining area. There is the original pantry with stone thrall, a rear entrance hall, downstairs shower room and a garden room with exposed roof trusses and French windows. The first floor accommodation provides four principal bedrooms, master en-suite and dressing room, together with the family bathroom with walk-in shower room. The accommodation here is on a split level with a back staircase. The second floor has two double sized bedrooms and separate shower room.
Outside there is a detached double garage and a range of domestic outbuildings. Central heating is oil fired with panelled radiators throughout.
The village of Brant Broughton is situated 8 miles east of Newark close to the Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire border. This pretty and generally unspoilt village has a variety of brick and stone built properties. The spire of the Parish Church, St Helens, is noted by Nikolaus Pevsner in his book The Buildings of England, as one of the most elegant in Lincolnshire. Guildford House is situated on the outskirts of the village with farmland beyond. The village has a primary school and a public house. Communications in the area are excellent with the A1 and A46 trunk road crossing at Newark. Many commute from the village to Lincoln, Grantham, Nottingham and Newark. Fast trains from Newark Northgate to London Kings Cross are capable of journey times of just over 75 minutes.
Guildford House dates back to the late 18th century and the top storey added in the early 19th century. This interesting house has a central doorway and fan light in a rectangular opening, flanked by single sash windows with three similar sashes above, all with pointed brick lintels, typical of the Georgian period. Indeed a very fine house coming to the market with excellent presentation, immaculate and most tasteful decorations throughout.
The following accommodation is provided:-
Ground Floor -
Reception Hall - With panelled front entrance door, box lock and fine fan light. The winding staircase leads to the first and second floors. There is a black and white tiled floor and a mat well.
Drawing Room - 5.00m x 4.60m - With beautiful exposed Ancaster stone wall and impressive stone open fireplace incorporating a log basket with oak chest and surface either side of the fireplace which has a stone hearth. This lofty room has a heavily beamed ceiling, two double panelled radiators and fitted track lighting.
Dining Room - 4.88m x 4.60m - Panelled box sash windows in the east and west elevations, wood boarded floor, fireplace with brick surround, arched reveals on either side and a quarry tiled hearth. Two double panelled radiators.
Rear Lobby - With black and white tiled floor, radiator and three steps down to a walk-in cloakroom.
Walk-In Cloakroom - With hanging space, rails and shelving.
Side Entrance Hall - 2.51m x 1.83m - With red and blue quarry tiled floor, radiator and outside door.
Study - 2.54m x 1.91m - With quarry tiled floor, exposed Ancaster stone wall, beamed ceiling, radiator. Sliding indoor window and storage space off.
Dining Kitchen - 4.42m x 3.96m plus 5.33m x 2.57m (14'6" x 13" plus - An open plan kitchen area with space for a breakfast table and dining room or family room ideal for the modern lifestyle.
Kitchen with fitted wall units, base units, working surfaces incorporating a stainless steel twin bowl sink unit, Aga cooking range (solid fuel fired). Beamed ceiling, red and blue quarry tiled floor, double panelled radiator and old pine doors with latches to the pantry.
Dining area with quarry tiled floor, heavily beamed ceiling, brick fireplace surround, exposed stone walls, south facing shuttered box sash window, radiator and a beam over the opening to the kitchen area.
Pantry - 4.11m x 2.57m - With stone thrall, shelving, exposed stone wall, beamed ceiling incorporating old meat hooks and window in the north elevation.
Rear Entrance Hall - With red and blue quarry tiled floor and outside door.
Shower Room - With low suite WC, pedestal basin, large fully tiled shower area with Mira unit, radiator and quarry tiled floor.
Garden Room - 3.81m x 3.66m - With a brick chimney breast feature, quarry tiled floor, radiator, exposed roof trusses and rafters. French windows leading to the garden.
First Floor - The grand Georgian staircase leads to a first floor galleried landing with box sash window in the front elevation. Two steps down and a corridor leads through to the rear landing with back staircase and the master bedroom suite.
Master Bedroom - 4.67m x 4.19m (15'4" x 13'9") - With south facing box sash window, old hob type fireplace, radiator, ceiling fitted fan unit and recessed lighting.
En Suite Bathroom - With sunken bath, low suite WC, pedestal basin , fully tiled shower cubicle with Mira fitment and radiator. Yorkshire slider window.
En Suite Dressing Room - 3.58m x 1.88m - Fitted wardrobes with sliding doors. Radiator. Connecting door to the rear landing and south facing box sash window.
Bedroom Two - 3.48m x 2.44m - Approached from the back landing; with Yorkshire slider window, exposed fine ceiling beam, radiator and built-in airing cupboard with hot water cylinder.
Rear Landing - With back staircase.
Family Bathroom - With bath, basin, low suite WC, radiator, door to fully tiled walk-in shower room.
Approached from the main galleried landing is Bedroom Three;
Bedroom Three - 4.72m x 4.72m - With raised floor area, fitted bar unit, archway to wash room area with vanity basin. Radiator.
Bedroom Four - 4.98m x 4.72m (16'4" x 15'6") - With a charming old hob type fireplace and double panelled radiator.
Second Floor - The main staircase continues to the second floor.
Bedroom Five - 4.88m x 4.72m - With fully exposed raftered ceiling, two radiators and sash window in the east elevation.
Bedroom Six - 4.88m x 4.72m - With raftered ceiling, radiator, wall lights and sash window in the east elevation.
Shower Room - Very well appointed with a shower cubicle, electric shower, pedestal basin, low suite WC and extractor.
Boiler Room - Of brick and pan tile construction adjoining the building with the Worcester Danesmoor oil fired central heating boiler.
Coal House - Integral to the main building.
Garden Storage - Brick built garden storage with cold water tap.
There is a detached brick and pan tile building providing two above average sized garages.
Garage One - 5.18m x 3.51m - Of brick and pan tile construction.
Garage Two - 5.18m x 2.84m - Of brick and pan tile construction.
Garden Area - The property is approached by a tarmacadam driveway and there is ample parking space in the garage forecourt area. There is a blue brick yard area and a south facing patio area. The house has an open plan frontage. There is a very attractive enclosed private and secluded garden area with lawn and a patio. This is approached by a wall and personal gate and surrounded by 5'6" height trimmed conifers.
Another Front View -
Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage are all connected to the property.
There is a separate oil tank with a screened surround.
Tenure - The property is freehold. The northerly garden area has recently been registered with the Land Registry as a possessory title.
Possession - Vacant possession will be given on completion.
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