*Detached Period House *Shop Frontage (currently leased) *2 Reception Rooms, 4 Bedrooms *Oil Fired Central Heating *UPVC Double Glazing *0.5 Acre Plot *Brick Built Outbuildings *Superb Village Location *EPC Rating F Read more
*Detached Period House *Shop Frontage (currently leased) *2 Reception Rooms, 4 Bedrooms *Oil Fired Central Heating *UPVC Double Glazing *0.5 Acre Plot *Brick Built Outbuildings *Superb Village Location *EPC Rating F
*Detached Period House *Shop Frontage (currently leased) *2 Reception Rooms, 4 Bedrooms *Oil Fired Central Heating *UPVC Double Glazing *0.3 Acre Plot *Brick Built Outbuildings *Superb Village Location *EPC Rating F
Orchard House is a detached period property with shop frontage situated on a substantial plot with pleasant and secluded gardens in this sought after village location.The living accommodation has the benefit of an oil fired central system and UPVC double glazed windows.The property retains period features throughout including open fireplaces and beamed ceilings to the principal reception rooms along with a fine minton style quarry tiled floor to the inner hallway.
The living accommodation comprises; lounge, dining room, inner hallway, breakfast room, kitchen, utility room which is a space that could be converted into a dining kitchen, WC.On the first floor there is a galleried landing, four bedrooms and a bathroom.It is likely that the property dated from circa 1850 with later extensions.A range of useful outbuildings includes a brick built barn now used as a garage and rendered brick building formally the wash house.A spacious tarmac driveway is accessed from Main Street and provides off road car standing for several vehicles.Pleasant and secluded gardens which are laid to lawn with a variety of establish trees and shrubs extends to the rear.
Sutton on Trent is an attractive village situated 8 miles north of Newark and 12 miles from Retford.Nottingham, Lincoln and Doncaster are within commuting distance. The village has excellent amenities including a Co-op store, butchers shop, primary school, doctors surgery, hairdressers, library and The Lord Nelson public house and restaurant.Low floor bus services provided by Marshalls of Sutton on Trent connect the village to Newark, Retford and surrounding villages.Further shopping facilities in Newark include Asda, Morrisons, Waitrose and Aldi supermarkets.Fast trains are available from Newark Northgate station with a journey time to London Kings Cross of just over 75 minutes.Access to the A1 is only 1.5 miles from the village.Attractive walks extend out of the village on a network of footpaths and bridleways into the surrounding countryside and along the River Trent.
The property comprises a detached brick built house with rendered elevations, part slated and part tiled roof coverings.The accommodation is arranged over two levels and can be further described as follows:-
Canopy Storm Porch - With slate roof, leading to:-
Side Entrance Hall - Front entrance door with stained glass lights, Minton style quarry tiled floor, staircase leading to first floor.
Lounge - 4.04m x 3.73m (13'3" x 12'3") - Walk-in bay with UPVC double glazed south facing window, radiator, period tiled open fireplace with wooden surround, beamed ceiling.
Dining Room - 3.84m x 2.97m (12'7" x 9'9") - With period brick open fireplace, tiled hearth and mantel over.Beamed ceiling, walk-in bay with UPVC double glazed window to the south elevation, double panelled radiator.
Breakfast Room - 3.71m x 2.39m (12'2" x 7'10") - With radiator, UPVC double glazed window to front elevation, fireplace with period wooden fire surround housing a Worcester Danesmoor 15/19 oil fired central heating boiler.Built in floor to ceiling cupboard.
Kitchen - 3.71m x 2.62m (12'2" x 8'7") - Quarry tiled floor, radiator, UPVC double glazed window to the south elevation, original wooden entrance door, fitted base cupboards and drawers with working surfaces over, inset stainless steel sink and drainer, tiled splash backs, modern NEF ceramic hob, Belling Formula electric double oven, wall mounted cupboards, walk-in pantry with quarry tiled floor and wall mounted shelving.
Utility Room - 3.76m x 3.56m plus 2.41m x 1.91m (12'4" x 11'8" pl - Overall measurements including WC.
Two UPVC double glazed windows to the south elevation, plumbing for washing machine, WC with low suite WC.
Inner Hallway - 3.10m x 2.31m plus 3.58m x 1.35m (10'2" x 7'7" plu - UPVC double glazed windows to the north elevation, Minton style quarry tiled flooring, telephone point, radiator, walk-in cloaks cupboards, staircase rising to first floor level and galleried landing.Connecting door to Shop Frontage:-
Shop Frontage (Library) - 5.61m x 3.73m plus 2.51m x 1.32m (18'5" x 12'3" pl - The shop frontage is currently let to Culture Learning and Libraries (Midlands) at an annual rent of £2,000 per annum.A copy of the lease dated 16th October 2017 is available for inspection upon request.This part of the building is currently used as the village library and has frontage to Main Street with entrance door, two bay windows incorporating display shelves.
First Floor Galleried Landing - Two UPVC double glazed windows to the north elevation, built in cupboard.
Bedroom One - 4.04m x 3.56m (13'3" x 11'8") - With UPVC double glazed windows to the front and side elevations, radiator.
Bedroom Two - 4.29m x 3.07m (14'1" x 10'1") - With UPVC double glazed window to the south elevation, radiator.
Bedroom Three - 3.76m x 3.30m (12'4" x 10'10") - With UPVC double glazed window to front elevation, radiator, fitted vanity wash hand basin with cupboard below.
Bedroom Four - 4.24m x 1.93m (13'11" x 6'4") - With UPVC double glazed window in the north elevation, radiator.
Family Bathroom - 2.72m x 2.29m (8'11" x 7'6") - Overall measurements including airing cupboard.
UPVC double glazed window to the north elevation, airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, radiator, bathroom suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal basin and low suite WC.
Outside - This period house occupies a plot of approximately 0.3 acre or thereabouts which is accessed from Main Street via tarmac driveway providing off road car standing for several vehicles.
Garage - 6.71m x 4.37m (22' x 14'4") - Brick built with tiled roof and wooden centre opening doors.To the rear there is a lean to block built store/stable.
Coal Shed - 3.25m x 3.20m (10'8" x 10'6") - Rendered brick elevations with tiled roof.This outbuilding was originally a wash house and has been used more recently as a coal store.
Gardens - The main garden area extends to the rear of the property with a pleasant westerly aspect.This area is laid to lawn with a variety of established trees and shrubs.The gardens are secluded and enjoy a good degree of privacy with a conifer hedge to the south boundary and close boarded wooden fencing extending to the western and northern boundaries.There is a surface water drainage tank with wood access hatch.
Further Shed - 11.89m x 5.66m (39' x 18'7) - Asbestos built outbuilding.
Frontage To Main Street -
Services - Mains water, electricity and drainage are all connected to the property.
Tenure - The property is freehold.
The shop frontage is currently let to Culture Learning and Libraries (Midlands) at an annual rent of £2,000 per annum.A copy of the lease dated 16th October 2017 is available for inspection upon request.The current lease is a 5 year term from and including 1st April 2016 - 31st March 2021.
Possession - Vacant possession will be given on completion.
Mortgage - Mortgage advice is available through our Mortgage Adviser. Your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other loan secured on it.
Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the selling agents.