We have pleasure in offering to the market this delightful detached period cottage, located on a generous established plot which benefits from a southerly rear aspect and situated at the heart of this highly regarded and well placed village.
Over the years the property has been refurbished but still retains much of its original character with exposed beams and live fireplace, attractive stone elevations and benefits from a Shaker style fitted kitchen and contemporary first floor bathroom, as well as gas central heating and relatively neutral decoration throughout.
The accommodation comprises an initial entrance hall which would be large enough to accommodate a study area, with cloakroom off, pleasant sitting room with open fire and separate dining room which links through into the breakfast kitchen. To the first floor there are two bedrooms and generous bathroom.
The property occupies a delightful established plot with gated access onto a gravel driveway which leads to the mainly lawned garden, well stocked with established trees and shrubs, terrace directly to the rear and all benefitting from a wonderful southerly aspect.
The property is offered to the market with no upward chain and viewing comes highly recommended to appreciate both the location and accommodation on offer.
Flintham is a thriving village with community shop and museum, there is a highly regarded primary school with an Outstanding Ofsted rating and the very welcoming Boot & Shoe public house. The village is located off the A46 midway between the market towns of Newark and Bingham where there are further amenities and the village is well placed for commuting with good road links to the A1, A52 and M1 and there are direct trains from Newark Northgate to London in just over an hour.
AN OAK ENTRANCE DOOR WITH LEADED GLAZED LIGHT, LEADS THROUGH INTO:
Entrance Hall - 3.23m max x 3.05m max (10'7 max x 10'0 max) - An L shaped entrance hall which would be large enough to accommodate a study area, having dual aspect with windows to the front and rear, access to loft space and door to:
Cloakroom - 1.22m x 0.97m (4'0 x 3'2) - Having close coupled wc, wall mounted wash basin with tiled splashback, towel radiator, ceiling light point and extractor.
Sitting Room - 4.27m x 4.75m (14'0 x 15'7) - A light and airy room benefitting from windows to both the front and rear with southerly rear aspect onto the garden, the focal point of the room is the exposed brick chimney breast with raised quarry tiled hearth and inset open grate, alcove to the side, exposed beams to the ceiling, two central heating radiators and door leading through into:
Dining Room - 3.91m x 3.76m (12'10 x 12'4) - A versatile reception space ideal as a formal dining room being adjacent to the kitchen, having heavily beamed ceiling, understairs storage, central heating radiator, two multi-pane windows overlooking the rear garden and door giving access into the stairwell. A further door leads through into:
Dining Kitchen - 4.88m x 2.74m (16'0 x 9'0) - A well proportioned space having windows to three elevations, modernised with a generous range of Shaker style wall, base and drawer units, granite preparation surfaces and splashbacks, under-mounted Belfast style sink, integrated dishwasher, space for free standing gas or electric range, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble drier, two contemporary column radiators, ample room for small dining or breakfast table, tiled floor, inset downlighters to the ceiling, access to loft space, windows to the front, rear and side elevations and timber stable door leading into the garden.
From the dining room a door gives access into an:
Inner Hallway - Having central heating radiator, multi-pane window to the side, beamed ceiling, turning staircase rising to the:
First Floor Landing - Having exposed timber purlin and doors to:
Bedroom 1 - 3.96m x 3.61m excl w'robe (13'0 x 11'10 excl w'rob - A pleasant double bedroom benefitting from a southerly aspect to the rear across the delightful garden with attractive views beyond, having a run of fitted wardrobes, exposed timber purlin, central heating radiator and UPVC double glazed window.
Bedroom 2 - 2.69m x 2.62m (8'10 x 8'7) - An L shaped room having pitched ceiling with exposed purlin, built in cupboard, central heating radiator and UPVC double glazed window to the side.
Bathroom - 3.56m x 2.39m (11'8 x 7'10) - A well proportioned room having delightful aspect into the rear garden and fitted with a modernised suite comprising large quadrant shower enclosure with curved sliding double doors and wall mounted shower mixer with rose over, contemporary roll top double ended bath, pedestal wash basin, close coupled wc, tiled splashbacks, chrome towel radiator and additional central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed window to the rear.
Exterior - The property occupies a deceptive established plot which lies just in excess of a fifth of an acre, benefitting from a southerly rear aspect across a neighbouring paddock. The cottage fronts the lane with stone walled boundary and timber double gates giving access onto a generous gravel driveway with brick retaining wall and flagstone path leading to the entrance door.
Garden - Steps lead up onto a mainly lawned garden, generous by modern standards and well stocked with a variety of established trees and shrubs, further gravelled and paved terrace at the rear.
Restrictive Covenants - It should be noted that there are some clauses within the Title document which restrict some elements of alteration and development on the site and to the building, any prospective purchaser should satisfy themselves with these restrictions before proceeding.
Council Tax Band - Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band D.