4 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Main Street, North Muskham, Newark
*** Guide Price £700,000 to £725,000 *** A fine Grade II Listed late Georgian 4 Bedroom House With outbuildings including a barn and grounds extending to 0.374 acres or thereabouts. The property has been recently refurbished and decorated is offered for sale with new floor coverings, no chain and early completion.The house features delightful commodious lofty rooms which have large box sash and Yorkshire slider window openings providing light and airy accommodation. Modern extensions to the property include a kitchen with vaulted ceiling and Conservation roof lights built circa 2000 and equipped with a Rangemaster cooker.A range of brick and pan tile outbuildings include a tack room, stables... Read more
*** Guide Price £700,000 to £725,000 *** A fine Grade II Listed late Georgian 4 Bedroom House With outbuildings including a barn and grounds extending to 0.374 acres or thereabouts. The property has been recently refurbished and decorated is offered for sale with new floor coverings, no chain and early completion.
The house features delightful commodious lofty rooms which have large box sash and Yorkshire slider window openings providing light and airy accommodation. Modern extensions to the property include a kitchen with vaulted ceiling and Conservation roof lights built circa 2000 and equipped with a Rangemaster cooker.
A range of brick and pan tile outbuildings include a tack room, stables and modern double garage have potential as an annex or home working accommodation.
The accommodation provides on the ground floor a reception hall with fine original staircase, drawing room, dining room, family room, dining kitchen, rear lobby, utility and garden room. The fine 18th Century dog-legged staircase with winders leads to the first floor level with stairs also to the back landing. There are two double sized bedrooms, a bathroom and a shower room on the first floor, interconnected with the stairs and back landing. The fine wide and easy staircase leads to a second floor landing with double sized bedrooms numbers 3 & 4 both with gabled windows and centrally heated.
The property has a walled frontage and a pleasant garden providing lots of amenity space for children together with the useful outbuildings.
North Muskham is an attractive village situated just three miles north of Newark with access points to the A1 trunk road. The village is close to scenic stretch of the River Trent with long walks and footpaths. Local amenities include a good primary school, village hall and community facilities. Newark, Nottingham and Lincoln are within commuting distance. There are train services from Newark to London King's Cross, Leeds and Edinburgh.
The property provides the following accommodation:
Ground Floor -
Entrance Hall - With panelled entrance door, cupboard under the stairs and double panelled radiator.
Sitting Room - 4.67m x 4.42m (15'4 x 14'6) - Brick fireplace and chimney breast with dog grate, heavily beamed ceiling, box sash windows in the south and west elevations, fitted wall lights and double panelled radiator.
Dining Room - 4.42m x 4.45m (14'6 x 14'7) - Fireplace with stone hearth and dog grate, radiator, box sash window in the west elevation, heavily beamed ceiling and centre opening glazed doors leading through to the kitchen.
Dining Kitchen - 4.80m x 3.96m (15'9 x 13') - Refitted with base units with oak working surfaces, island unit incorporating a breakfast bar with quartz working surface. This spacious kitchen has a vaulted ceiling incorporating Conservation roof lights. Tall unit with freezer / drinks dispenser, Rangemaster cooking range with LPG six ring hob, 'fireclay' one and a half sink unit set in the oak worktop. Limestone tiled floor, wet system underfloor central heating.
Rear Lobby - With built-in cupboard and back hall, upvc centre opening rear entrance doors.
Garden Room - 4.19m x 3.66m (13'9 x 12') - Upvc French doors to the rear patio, sealed unit double glazed wood framed windows, laminate floor finish, ledged and braced entrance door, radiator.
Snug - 4.24m x 4.14m (13'11 x 13'7) - Inglenook ornamental fireplace with quarry tiled hearth, secondary glazed Yorkshire sash indoor window, heavily beamed ceiling and double panelled radiator.
Cloakroom - Low suite wc, basin and wash stand, chrome heated towel rail and tiled floor.
First Floor - The dog-legged staircase leads to a first floor landing with original door and box locks. Stairs to the second floor.
Bedroom One - 4.70m x 4.01m (15'5 x 13'2) - Centre oak beam, box sash window in the south and west elevations, built-in cupboards, radiator and door leading to the back landing.
Bedroom Two - 4.42m x 4.06m (14'6 x 13'4) - Centre oak beam, box sash window to the west elevation, built-in wardrobes, radiator.
Back Landing - With back stairs off and two steps down to:-
Bathroom - 4.11m x 3.96m (13'6 x 13') - Refitted new sanitary ware comprising freestanding bath with mixer taps, shower cubicle, tiled walls and glass screen, wash stand and basin, low suite wc, radiator, LED lighting, chrome heated towel rail.
Shower Room - Shower cubicle with glazed door, rain shower, basin and cabinet, low suite wc, chrome heated towel rail, built-in cupboard, LED lighting.
The back stairs connect to the main stairs rising to the second floor.
Second Floor -
Galeried Landing - Tank, cupboard, old original doors with latches.
Bedroom Three - 4.47m x 4.32m (14'8 x 14'2) - Exposed roof purlins, two gable windows. Two radiators.
Bedroom Four - 4.57m x 4.47m (15' x 14'8) - Gable window, two exposed roof purlins and two radiators.
Outbuildings - Brick and pan tile former tack room/saddle room with copper hob firepace, saddle rack, double ledged and braced doors.
Stable - 4.11m x 3.76m (13'6 x 12'4) - Brick floor, beamed ceiling and corner trough.
Barn - 3.96m x 3.96m (13' x 13) - Beamed ceiling with loft above.
Double Garage - 5.49m x 5.54m (18' x 18'2) - Brick and pan tile construction with twin remote electric doors, window and personal door.
Outside - The property stands on a walled frontage with pedestrian gate and path to the front door, gravelled front and side areas. There is a stone flagged yard and patio area with an old water pump, small pond with low retaining wall. External oil fired central heating boiler, outside water tap. There is a gravelled driveway and turning head, extensive grassed area with various trees and a brick building with former hovels.
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Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage are all connected to the property.
Tenure - The freehold property is outlined red on the attached plan. A right of way stated as ten feet wide for vehicular access and coloured blue is shown on the attached plan. There is a public right of way across this area of land.
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Possession - Vacant possession will be given on completion.
Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the selling agents.
Council Tax Band - The property falls under Newark & Sherwood District Council and is band F.
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