4 Bedroom Detached House for sale in 18 Church Street, Sutton-On-Trent, Newark
A family sized four bedroomed property with three reception rooms and a delightful 0.4 of an acre garden situated on a village lane close to the church and within the conservation area. The unadopted access is a no through road. The property is south facing and the location close to the Sutton on Trent Holmes is quite delightful and abundant with wildlife. The property is well designed for working from home and exceptionally spacious internal accommodation provides 2,260 sq ft approximately.Country living at its best.Birch House sits in the heart of the sought-after North Nottinghamshire village of Sutton on Trent, tucked down a private gravel driveway overlooking the 13th Century All Saints... Read more
A family sized four bedroomed property with three reception rooms and a delightful 0.4 of an acre garden situated on a village lane close to the church and within the conservation area. The unadopted access is a no through road. The property is south facing and the location close to the Sutton on Trent Holmes is quite delightful and abundant with wildlife. The property is well designed for working from home and exceptionally spacious internal accommodation provides 2,260 sq ft approximately.
Country living at its best.
Birch House sits in the heart of the sought-after North Nottinghamshire village of Sutton on Trent, tucked down a private gravel driveway overlooking the 13th Century All Saints Church.
The property is both quiet and private in a secluded and tranquil area surrounded by gardens .It is a short walk from The Holmes, a large open meadow where sheep and cattle graze.
You can enjoy leisurely walks along the River Trent and appreciate the flora and fauna. The owners have witnessed owls, woodpeckers and regularly see swans, geese and herons and recently a family of cranes flew overhead. The village is short distance from Sherwood Forest another area worthy of exploration.
Sutton on Trent has a friendly traditional village pub serving good food and providing accommodation. There is a deli, butcher and coffee shop selling all manner of goodies, whilst the Co-op provides all other day to day requirements including newspapers.
Lincoln and Newark are close by, and you can see Lincoln Cathedral in the distance, one of the finest cathedrals in Europe.
Newark on Trent and Lincoln are rich in history and culture. Newark boasts one of the best Georgian market squares in the UK and has a castle and Victorian garden. There are museums, art galleries and theatre together with leading sports and athletics facilities. There are many thriving independent shops and a significant investment is being made in the town including an Air and Space training academy.
There is a large Waitrose and a large Marks & Spencer food store is opening soon.
Birch House is an attractive family home, painted in Farrow and Ball colours, The accommodation is light and airy, and the sitting room has bi-fold doors opening on to a landscaped terrace with raised reclaimed brick-built beds with planting. A suntrap, the area is ideal for entertaining and alfresco dinning.
The lawns have been maintained by Lawn Master for a number of years together with a local firm of professional gardeners.
The front cottage style garden has planting and overlooks the medieval church.
The kitchen has a Bosch double oven, granite worktops and solid limestone floor tiles as does the dining room and hall. The sitting room has Sisal carpets as do the stairs and landing. The kitchen/diner overlooks the garden.
The family bathroom together with the two en suites have marble tiles and high-quality bathroom fittings by Vitra and Hansgrohe. The family bathroom has a large roll top bath and a separate large walk-in shower.
There are four spacious double bedrooms.
Schools The nearby School (within walking distance) is Ofsted rated Good and has pre and after school clubs. There is an excellent choice of state and secondary schools including Tuxford Academy which is Ofsted Excellent. There is a bus from the village to Kings and Queen Elizabeth Grammar schools in Grantham and Worksop College is close by.
Connectivity Sutton on Trent is ideally located close to A1 for access North and South. There are 2 stations in Newark which is on the East Coast mainline approximately 1 hour 10 mins to London. East Midlands Trains provide trains to Lincoln and Nottingham. The A46 provides East west road connectivity.
Central heating is oil fired and the windows are double glazed. The property provides the following accommodation:-
Ground Floor -
Entrance Hall - With front entrance door and ceramic tiled floor.
Cellar/Laundry Room - With working surface and plumbing for a washing machine.
Corridor - With ceramic tiled floor.
Cloakroom - With low suite WC, basin and radiator.
Lounge - 9.14m x 4.27m (30' x 14' ) - Excluding the south facing window bay.
With fireplace surround and wood burning stove, York stone hearth. South facing window bay, west facing window bi-folding doors to the garden. 2 radiators.
Further View Of The Lounge -
Study - 2.95m x 2.79m (9'8 x 9'2 ) - With heavily beamed ceiling, radiator and fitted book shelves.
Dining Room - 3.94m x 3.89m (12'11 x 12'9 ) - With heavily beamed ceiling, ceramic tiled floor, radiator and south facing window.
Dining Kitchen - 4.52m x 3.76m (14'10 x 12'4 ) - With wall units, base units, granite working surfaces and stainless steel sink unit, integrated electric oven, hob and 1.5 sink unit.
Utility Room - 3.02m x 2.36m (9'11 x 7'9 ) - Belfast sink, oak work surface, ceramic tiled floor, Grant oil fired condensing central heating boiler.
First Floor - The dog leg staircase leads to a first floor landing with dado rail. A short steep staircase to the attic room, useful for storage purposes.
Master Bedroom - 4.37m x 4.17m (14'4 x 13'8 ) - With an attractive dual aspect. Radiator.
En-Suite - 3.15m x 1.83m (10'4 x 6' ) - Bath with shower screen, basin and low suite WC. Chrome heated towel rail and half tiled walls.
Bedroom Two - 4.29m x 2.74m (14'1 x 9' ) - With radiator and built in double wardrobe.
En-Suite To Bed Two - 2.06m x 1.42m (6'9 x 4'8 ) - With shower, basin and low suite WC. Chrome heated towel rail.
Bedroom Three - 4.50m x 3.81m (14'9 x 12'6 ) - Dual aspect and airing cupboard containing the hot water cylinder. Radiator.
Bedroom Four - 3.89m x 2.79m (12'9 x 9'2 ) - With a pleasant dual aspect, radiator.
Bathroom - 2.74m x 2.97m measured into the shower 1.75m minim - With claw foot bath, vanity basin, rain shower shower, low suite WC. Ceramic tiled floor
Outside - The property stands with a walled frontage and a pleasant front garden area.
Block paved forecourt parking area.
Front Garden - With cottage style planting.
Rear Entrance -
Rear View Of The Property - Mature trees
Rear Garden - With manicured lawns
Stone Paved Garden Terrace - To the rear of the property.
Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage are all connected to the property.
Tenure - The property is freehold.
Possession - Vacant possession will be given on completion.
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