5 Bedroom Barn Conversion for sale in The Nottinghamshire Golf & Country Club, Cotgrave
* UNIQUE CHARACTER PROPERTY * SPACIOUS & VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION * MAIN HOUSE + SEPARATE ANNEXE * INTERNAL FLOOR AREA APPROX. 4,000 SQ.FT. * TOTALLING 5 DOUBLE BEDROOMS * 4 BATHS/SHOWER ROOMS * IMPRESSIVE OPEN PLAN LIVING SPACE * BESPOKE FITTED KITCHEN * ENCLOSED PRIVATE & LANDSCAPED PLOT * SPECTACULAR OPEN VIEWS TO REAR * UNIQUE GOLF COURSE & COUNTRY CLUB SETTING * NO UPWARD CHAIN *We have pleasure in offering to the open market this unique characterful barn conversion occupying an enviable position within this exclusive residential development nestled at the heart of the Nottinghamshire Golf & Country Club. The property sits within its fully enclosed and prominent corner plot with electric... Read more
* UNIQUE CHARACTER PROPERTY * SPACIOUS & VERSATILE ACCOMMODATION * MAIN HOUSE + SEPARATE ANNEXE * INTERNAL FLOOR AREA APPROX. 4,000 SQ.FT. * TOTALLING 5 DOUBLE BEDROOMS * 4 BATHS/SHOWER ROOMS * IMPRESSIVE OPEN PLAN LIVING SPACE * BESPOKE FITTED KITCHEN * ENCLOSED PRIVATE & LANDSCAPED PLOT * SPECTACULAR OPEN VIEWS TO REAR * UNIQUE GOLF COURSE & COUNTRY CLUB SETTING * NO UPWARD CHAIN *
We have pleasure in offering to the open market this unique characterful barn conversion occupying an enviable position within this exclusive residential development nestled at the heart of the Nottinghamshire Golf & Country Club. The property sits within its fully enclosed and prominent corner plot with electric gates onto a driveway with a carport and formal gardens to the front and rear which affords spectacular panoramic views across the golf course, driving range and the city of Nottingham in the distance.
This delightful home offers spacious and versatile accommodation totalling in the region of 4,000 square feet arranged over a single storey in the main house, plus the former garage now consisting of a converted coach house providing a separate self contained two bedroomed annexe. An impressive entrance lobby opens into the hallway and study area with a spectacular open plan living dining kitchen space situated at the heart of the property with character features including exposed brickwork and beams to the vaulted ceilings with skylight windows. A bespoke hand built kitchen has integrated appliances and gas fuelled Aga with an adjacent utility room, open plan dining area and conservatory. The three main bedrooms all afford en-suites and built-in/walk-in wardrobes with the two largest bedrooms having French doors opening out onto the rear terrace and garden making the most of the open views.
The separate annexe provides additional accommodation with an open plan living kitchen and wet room on the ground floor, an oak staircase rises up to two double bedrooms to create a lovely cottage style coach house conversion.
The property is offered to the market with no upward chain and represents an ideal opportunity for buyers seeking a unique spacious family sized home coupled with beautiful surroundings and countryside with the added benefit of the facilities of the neighbouring Country Club & Golf Course, easy access and close proximity to the neighbouring villages of Radcliffe, Cotgrave, West Bridgford, Nottingham city centre and the surrounding road and rail network. Accompanied viewings via the selling agents can be booked by appointment which come highly recommended to appreciate the size, location and unique nature of the property.
Accommodation - A canopy porch with downlights sits over a set of glazed double doors leading into the entrance lobby.
Entrance Lobby - With flagstone flooring, exposed beams to the ceiling, sliding sash window, exposed brickwork with a feature arch and mantel, telephone intercom entry for the electric gates, additional wall and picture lights, cloaks cupboard, glazed double doors to the hallway and study area, further doors bedroom three and cloakroom.
Cloakroom - 1.57m x 1.07m (5'2" x 3'6") - Fitted with a traditional two piece white suite including a corner wash basin with mirror above, wc, ceiling downlights and ornate coving, loft hatch, extractor fan and a tiled floor.
Hall & Study Area - 5.13m x 2.74m (16'10" x 9'0") - The hallway also doubles up as a study with solid oak parquet flooring, exposed beams and skylight window to the vaulted ceiling, original and decorative brickwork, doors leading off to bedrooms one and two plus the utility room, a couple of steps leading down to the open plan living space.
Living Space - 10.54m x 8.41m max (34'7" x 27'7" max) - An incredible feature to this property is the large open plan and slightly sunken living space forming part of the larger open plan living, dining kitchen with the living area having a flagstone floor, feature vaulted ceilings with exposed roof timbers and trusses having several skylight windows flooding the space with natural light. The living area combines the lounge, a games room and snug with a feature inglenook fireplace with herringbone brickwork, flagstone hearth and reclaimed timber mantel, a set of curved stone steps rise back up to the kitchen and dining area.
Kitchen - 10.39m x 3.35m (34'1" x 11'0") - The kitchen is extensively fitted with a handmade range of traditional solid wood cabinets and drawers finished with marble worktops with matching upstands extending into the breakfast bar fitted with a double bowl sink. Other features include basket drawers, shelving, wine rack and pull out ironing board. Integrated appliances include a full size Neff dishwasher and a Smeg stainless steel oven with a five burner gas hob and canopy extractor above, microwave, recess for an American style side by side fridge freezer (negotiable) and a traditional gas-fueled Aga range finished in a bottle green with twin hot plates and a double oven. The kitchen has solid oak flooring, double vaulted ceiling with ceiling pendants and downlights, exposed beams and skylight windows, further full width windows fitted with shutters, a set of glazed double doors into the conservatory and opening round to the dining area.
Dining Area - 3.78m x 3.20m (12'5" x 10'6") - Open plan and on the same level as the kitchen with a continuation of the solid oak flooring and ample room for a dining table and chairs. Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams downlights and a skylight window, a set of French doors with glazed side panels opens into the conservatory.
Utility - 2.64m x 2.46m (8'8" x 8'1") - Branching off the kitchen with a couple of steps down to the utility having a tiled floor, exposed beams and brickwork fitted with a run of base cabinets finished with marble worktops, matching splashback and a sink unit, space for white goods including plumbing for a washing machine and several wall lights.
Conservatory - 6.93m x 3.35m average (22'9" x 11'0" average) - The conservatory provides a further reception space come garden room accessed via double doors from the kitchen and dining area having flagstone flooring, vaulted ceiling exposing the roof trusses, beams and fitted with four skylight windows. Two sets of French doors with glazed side panels lead out to the front garden and terrace and a block paved area to the side providing access to the rear garden.
Bedroom One - 6.17m x 4.88m (20'3" x 16'0") - An impressive and huge main bedroom suite with exposed beams to the ceiling, two picture windows to the side, a set of French doors leading out to the paved terrace and having lovely and far reaching views over the rear garden, golf course, mature trees and Nottingham in the distance, doors leading through to a walk-in wardrobe and en-suite bathroom.
Walk-In Wardrobe - 3.35m max x 1.96m (11'0" max x 6'5") - A walk-in wardrobe branching off the bedroom, fully fitted with shelving and clothes rails. Downlights and ornate coving to the ceiling plus a loft hatch.
En-Suite - 3.35m x 3.15m (11'0" x 10'4") - This traditional en-suite bathroom has a large sunken bath with marble surround and mirrored panelling fitted with a mixer tap and handheld shower fitment, wc and wash basin built into a double vanity unit with marble top, splashback and a framed mirror. A separate shower is finished in marble with a hinged glazed screen and mains thermostatic chrome shower. Marble tiles to the floor, window to side, shaver point, extractor fan, ceiling downlights and ornate coving.
Bedroom Two - 5.21m x 4.75m (17'1" x 15'7") - A second large double bedroom suite with exposed beams and downlights to the ceiling, additional wall/picture lights, a sliding sash window to side and a set of French doors again opening out onto the paved terrace affording amazing open views over the garden, golf course and Nottingham in the distance, doors leading through to the walk-in wardrobe and en-suite.
Walk-In Wardrobe - 2.46m x 1.42m (8'1" x 4'8") - Fitted out with clothes rails and shelving, exposed beams, loft hatch and downlights to the ceiling.
En-Suite Bathroom - 2.46m x 2.13m (8'1" x 7'0") - Finished with a marble floor and a traditional four piece suite with chrome fittings including a wc, wash basin with mixer tap set into an oak vanity unit with marble top and splashback and a framed mirror behind. A sunken bath is inset to a marble surround with mirrored panelling, mixer tap and handheld shower fitment. Separate shower with a chrome enclosure and hinged door, marble panelling and a thermostatic shower fitment, exposed beams and ceiling downlights, extractor fan and a sliding sash window to rear.
Bedroom Three - 5.79m incl. wardrobes x 3.66m (18'11" incl. wardro - A third double bedroom with a run of traditionally styled built-in wardrobes and shelving, exposed beams to the ceiling, two sliding sash windows and door to the en-suite.
En-Suite - 2.54m x 1.65m (8'4" x 5'5") - This en-suite shower room has been more recently modernised with contemporary tiling and a three piece white suite with chrome fittings including a wash basin with mixer tap, wc and a walk-in shower with a fixed glazed screen and chrome thermostatic shower fitment, exposed beams, extractor fan, ceiling downlights, shaver point and a heated towel rail.
The Coach House - The coach house has been converted to provide ancillary or annexed accommodation, set to the side of the main house accessed off the driveway with a couple of steps leading down to a pair of glazed double entrance doors sitting under a canopy porch with downlights. The coach house/annexe provides additional accommodation as follows.
Open Plan Living Kitchen - 7.44m x 4.37m (24'5" x 14'4") - Occupying the ground floor of the annexe combining both the living and kitchen areas with a lounge having several sliding sash windows to the front and side, solid oak open staircase with balustrade rising to the first floor, exposed brickwork, ceiling downlights, tv, phone and cable connections and engineered oak flooring which continues into the kitchen fitted with a range of oak Shaker style cabinets with granite effect worktops, stainless steel sink exposed brickwork and built-in appliances including a stainless steel Smeg electric oven with a gas hob, canopy extractor above, integrated larder fridge and a combined washer/dryer, gas central heating combi boiler enclosed within a wall cabinet, ceiling downlights, electrical fuse board, sliding sash window to side and a part glazed stable door to rear. Door branching off to a wet room.
Wet Room - 2.13m x 1.52m (7'0" x 5'0") - A ground floor shower room fitted out as a wet room, sliding sash window to side.
First Floor Landing - A small landing provides access to two double bedrooms built within the roof space of this coach house.
Bedroom One (Four) - 3.30m (restricted height) x 3.23m (10'10" (restric - Fitted with built-in cupboards, tv and phone points, skylight window and a sliding sash window including a dormer to the side and one to the front gable.
Bedroom Two (Five) - 3.30m (restricted) x 3.05m (10'10" (restricted) x - A double bedroom flooded with light having a skylight, a sliding sash dormer window and an extra window within the gable affording lovely views over the golf course. A built-in double cupboard to the dormer, tv and phone point.
Outside - The property is superbly situated within this unique and exclusive residential development being one of twenty properties as a collection of barns and cottages including the original manor house known as Cotgrave Place and set within the grounds of the Nottinghamshire Golf & Country Club surrounded by its championship course, driving range and hotel. Peacock Lodge is one of the largest conversions within the development and is stands within its own prominent plot totalling in the region of 1/4 of an acre with secure gated access, boundary walls with fencing and mature trees and hedgerows.
Drive & Carport - A set of remote and electrically operated timber gates open onto the tarmac driveway with cobbled edging continuing to the side of the property providing ample car standing space branching off with a further gravelled drive, partially covered with a carport, also providing turning and car standing space for several vehicles.
Frontage - The property is set well back from the lane with a lovely and enclosed front garden capturing the morning sun, screened by mature Laurels, hedgerow and a brick wall with a paved terrace positioned outside the conservatory, area of lawn and further gravelled area with a timber gate providing vehicular access between two brick built pillars and extra parking if required. A wrought-iron gate between the main house and the coach house/annexe has steps and path leading to the rear garden.
Rear Garden - The rear garden is an amazing feature to the property affording far reaching and panoramic views over the neighbouring golf course, driving range and Nottingham city centre in the distance. The garden itself has a block paved terrace with French doors leading out from the two main bedrooms with ample space for garden furniture also currently housing a hot tub with timber framed gazebo (negotiable), coach lighting and outside tap. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn edged with flowerbeds with shrubs and hedgerows, a further paved terrace has been added at the bottom corner of the garden to make the most of the views retained by timber sleepers. A block paved yard area continues to the side, in turn has a further set of French doors opening into the rear of the conservatory.
Cotgrave - Cotgrave has a wealth of amenities including a range of local shops, a leisure centre, doctors surgery and a new state of the art primary school catering for both infants and juniors and is conveniently located for access to the cities of Nottingham and Leicester.
Directional Note - On leaving our office in the centre of Radcliffe on Trent on Main Road running into Nottingham Road. At the traffic light junction turn right on the A52 in the direction of Nottingham taking a left hand turn at the next set of lights onto Stragglethorpe Road as signed posted for Cotgrave. Next right at the Shepherds Restaurant onto Main Road wherein approximately 1/4 of a mile turn right into the main entrance to the Nottinghamshire Golf & Country Club, proceed along the access road to the club bearing round to the right where our property is then situated upon the left hand side occupying a corner plot and may be identified by the for sale board. Distances to :- Radcliffe on Trent 2.5 miles - 7 minutes Nottingham 6 miles - 15 minutes East Midlands Airport - 19 miles - 32 minutes Grantham 20 miles - 31 minutes Leicester 26 miles - 34 minutes
Viewings - By appointment with Richard Watkinson & Partners.
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