5 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Main Street, Normanton, Bottesford, Nottingham
** STUNNING GRADE II LISTED FARMHOUSE ** WEALTH OF CHARACTER & FEATURES ** PLOT IN THE REGION OF 0.72 OF AN ACRE ** GENEROUS GARAGING & SWEEPING DRIVEWAY ** ADDITIONAL OUTBUILDINGS ** 5/6 BEDROOMS ** 4 RECEPTION AREAS ** 2 ENSUITE & MAIN BATHROOM ** CLOSE TO AMENITIES OF BOTTESFORD ** PLEASANT HAMLET SETTING **We have pleasure in offering to the market this beautiful Grade II Listed double fronted period farmhouse, nestled in the heart of this small hamlet on a stunning established and generous plot lying in the region of 0.72 of an acre. The property offers a handsome brick and ironstone facade beneath a pantiled roof with Georgian style multi-pane windows and attractive chimneys.Behind the... Read more
** STUNNING GRADE II LISTED FARMHOUSE ** WEALTH OF CHARACTER & FEATURES ** PLOT IN THE REGION OF 0.72 OF AN ACRE ** GENEROUS GARAGING & SWEEPING DRIVEWAY ** ADDITIONAL OUTBUILDINGS ** 5/6 BEDROOMS ** 4 RECEPTION AREAS ** 2 ENSUITE & MAIN BATHROOM ** CLOSE TO AMENITIES OF BOTTESFORD ** PLEASANT HAMLET SETTING **
We have pleasure in offering to the market this beautiful Grade II Listed double fronted period farmhouse, nestled in the heart of this small hamlet on a stunning established and generous plot lying in the region of 0.72 of an acre.
The property offers a handsome brick and ironstone facade beneath a pantiled roof with Georgian style multi-pane windows and attractive chimneys.
Behind the facade lies a versatile well proportioned level of accommodation with up to four reception areas, 5/6 bedrooms including a ground floor annexe suite with ensuite facilities to both this room and the first floor master bedroom. In addition there is a well proportioned farmhouse style kitchen sympathetically modernised with a generous range of units with integrated appliances as well as an Aga and leading off here is a large walk-in pantry with useful utility off. Located off a separate staircase above the kitchen is a wonderful bedroom/reception in the eaves.
Every room offers its own individual elements with exposed timbers, reclaimed and period doors with beautiful door furniture and several of the rooms offering attractive fireplaces.
There is an array of brick and pantiled outbuildngs, the first of which is located to the rear of the kitchen in an attractive courtyard setting, providing a wonderful workshop and attached to this is a stunning garden room with French doors looking out onto the gardens creating a versatile reception space whether it be an additional sitting room or perfect as a home gym, games room or office. Accommodated within this building there is also a gardener's wc and log store.
At the foot of the garden leading off the sweeping gated driveway which provides more than ample car standing, is a further substantial brick and pantiled single storey building which comprises a triple bay garage attached to which is a single storey barn which has been utilised as a workshop/store and it is possible that subject to necessary consent, these buildings may offer further potential. They also house a bank of solar panels which provide a feed-in tariff as well as a top up to the electricity supply.
The gardens run to three sides and are generous by modern standards with the total plot lying in the region of 0.724 of an acre, providing both formal and informal areas and various seating areas around the garden. Directly to the rear of the property is a formal courtyard area with raised timber edge borders and pizza oven. The less formal gardens provide a grassed area with natural wildlife pond and productive vegetable garden.
Overall the only way to appreciate this truly unique home and setting is by internal inspection and viewing comes highly recommended to appreciate both the location and accommodation on offer.
Normanton is a small hamlet lying approximately one mile outside the larger village of Bottesford where local amenities include primary and secondary schooling, a range of local shops, public houses and restaurants and railway station with links to Nottingham and Grantham. The A52 is close by providing good road access and in the opposite direction is the A1 and the village of Long Bennington.
A TIMBER ENTRANCE DOOR LEADS THROUGH INTO:
Storm Porch - 1.52m x 0.94m (5'0 x 3'1) - Having tiled floor, deep skirting, pitched roof and period entrance door leading through into:
Entrance Hall - 4.75m x 2.41m (15'7 x 7'11) - Having a wealth of character with exposed timbers, natural limestone tiled floor, deep skirting, column radiator, staircase rising to the first floor with useful alcove beneath and further door to:
Reception Area - 9.58m x 4.32m (31'5 x 14'2 ) - Total measurement given for this large space which comprises two separate reception areas with initial:
Snug - 4.39m x 4.32m (14'5 x 14'2) - A character filled room with heavily beamed ceiling, chimney breast with exposed stone fire surround, reclaimed timber mantle and flagstone hearth, alcoves to the side, deep skirting, herringbone timber flooring, French doors leading out into the rear garden, period multi-pane window with timber shutters to the front. This snug area is open plan to a further:
Sitting Room - 5.36m x 4.14m (17'7 x 13'7) - Having chimney breast with polished slate hearth, oak mantle and multi-fuel stove, period dresser units to the side alcoves, deep skirting, coved ceiling, central heating radiator and multi-pane window overlooking the garden.
Dining Room - 4.57m x 3.48m (4.01m max) (15'0 x 11'5 (13'2 max)) - Having a wealth of features with chimney breast with period fire surround and quarry tiled hearth, heavily beamed ceiling, continuation of the tiled flooring, floor standing column radiator, multi-pane window to the front with integral shutters.
Living Kitchen - 5.59m x 4.85m (18'4 x 15'11) - A well proportioned farmhouse style living kitchen tastefully appointed with a generous range of units, square edge granite preparation surfaces and oak breakfast bar, under mounted Belfast style sink, floor standing Aga, Siemens fan assisted single oven with ceramic hob over, integrated dishwasher, full height fridge, Amtico style flooring, central heating radiator, large walk-in pantry, high beamed ceiling and window to the rear.
A double glazed door gives access into:
Utility Room - Having fitted base unit with butcher's block style work surface and inset stainless steel sink and drainer unit, plumbing for washing machine, built in full height larder unit/cloaks cupboard providing an excellent level of storage space, central heating radiator, tongue and groove effect panelling, coved ceiling, timber part glazed door leading into the garden.
Ground Floor Bedroom - 4.85m x 3.71m max (15'11 x 12'2 max) - A versatile space utilised as a guest room and benefitting from ensuite facilities, having column radiator, deep skirting, coved ceiling, multi-pane window to the side and door to:
Ensuite Shower Room - 2.87m x 1.70m (9'5 x 5'7) - Having initial shower area with built in shower enclosure with glass screen and wall mounted shower mixer, tiled floor and splashbacks, underfloor heating, central heating radiator and open doorway through into:
Cloakroom - Having close coupled wc, pedestal wash basin, continuation of the tiled floor, coved ceiling and obscure glazed window to the rear.
RETURNING TO THE ENTRANCE HALL A WIDE STAIRCASE WITH PERIOD HANDRAIL RISES TO A SPLIT LEVEL:
First Floor Landing - Having spindle balustrade, tongue and groove effect panelling, exposed beams to the ceiling and reclaimed pine doors.
Bedroom 1 - 4.88m max x 4.72m max (16'0 max x 15'6 max) - A well proportioned L shaped double bedroom having heavily beamed ceiling, deep skirting, exposed timbers, central heating radiator, chimney breast with cast iron fireplace, walk-in dressing area with built in wardrobes, multi-pane window to the front and door to:
Ensuite Shower Room - 2.41m x 1.45m (7'11 x 4'9) - Appointed with large double length shower enclosure with glass screen and wall mounted shower mixer, Heritage close coupled wc and half pedestal wash basin, slate effect tiled floor, contemporary towel radiator and underfloor heating, beams to the ceiling.
Bedroom 2 - 4.52m x 4.45m (14'10 x 14'7) - A further double bedroom having delightful aspect onto the garden, fitted with a range of integrated furniture with built in wardrobes, overhead storage cupboards and central vanity area with low level storage units, vanity surface with inset wash basin and mirrored splashbacks, central heating radiator concealed behind feature cover, coved ceiling and multi-pane window.
Bedroom 3 - 4.65m x 4.45m (15'3 x 14'7) - Again a double bedroom having aspect to the front, exposed beams to the ceiling, chimney breast with alcoves to the side, multi-pane window with deep sill.
Dressing / Cot Room - 2.44m x 2.16m (8'0 x 7'1) - A delightful room which would accommodate a single bed but is currently utilised as a dressing room, alternatively would make an excellent nursery or home office. Having heavily beamed ceiling, leaded glazed lights through to the landing area, central heating radiator and multi-pane window to the front.
Bathroom - 4.93m x 2.31m (16'2 x 7'7) - A well proportioned family bathroom appointed with a modern but traditional style suite comprising free standing ball and claw roll top bath with mixer tap and integrated shower handset, separate quadrant shower enclosure with sliding screen and wall mounted shower mixer, close coupled wc, pedestal wash basin, combination towel radiator, part pitched ceiling with inset downlighters and exposed beams, under floor heating, airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and providing storage, multi-pane windows to the side and rear elevations.
FROM THE KITCHEN A SECONDARY TIMBER STAIRCASE RISES TO THE FIRST FLOOR LANDING AREA WITH FURTHER DOOR GIVING ACCESS TO:
Bedroom 5 - 4.83m x 4.52m (15'10 x 14'10) - A fantastic room situated off its own staircase and located above the kitchen, flooded with light benefitting from windows to three elevations and offering a wealth of character with part pitched ceiling having exposed timbers, integrated bookcase, overstairs storage cupboard, two night storage heaters, pedestal wash basin, inset downlighters to the ceiling.
Exterior - The property occupies a stunning plot particularly generous by modern standards extending to approximately 0.724 of an acre, set back behind a mainly lawned frontage with established borders and mature hedging.
Electric timber field gates give access onto a sweeping gravel driveway which leads from the front of the property winding through the garden to a substantial parking area at the rear where there is additional garaging and workshop space.
Courtyard - Directly to the rear of the property is an attractive courtyard area with flagged paving, exterior lighting and cold water tap.
Workshop / Boiler Room - 5.11m x 2.46m (16'9 x 8'1) - A useful space located in a period brick outbuilding, currently utilised as a workshop/utility area with power and light, space for free standing appliances, sink with hot and cold water, floor standing central heating boiler.
Gardener's Wc - 2.01m x 1.40m (6'7 x 4'7) - Attached to the workshop/boiler room and having mid flush wc, wall mounted wash basin, brick set floor and obscure glazed window.
Log Store - 2.46m x 2.24m (8'1 x 7'4) - Attached to the side of the workshop and having light and timber stable door.
Conservatory / Garden Room - 5.66m x 2.79m (18'7 x 9'2) - A great space situated away from the house providing a wonderful entertaining area linking out into the garden, ideal as a games room/gym or study. Flooded with light having pitched double glazed clear glass roof, multi-pane side panels, French doors to two elevations as well as attractive arched double glazed window at the foot, exposed timbers and internal brickwork, lime oak effect flooring and deep skirting.
Triple Garage - 8.26m x 5.61m (27'1 x 18'5) - Having two up and over doors, additional roller shutter door, providing an excellent of off road parking or additional workshop space, potentially subject to any necessary consents could provide further annexe space possibly for extended families. Part of the garage also offers a hanging loft which provides additional storage space and also houses a cold water header tank. There is a bank of solar panels which provide a feed-in tariff as well as a top up to the electricity supply.
Workshop / Studio - 8.28m x 4.32m (27'2 x 14'2) - A further versatile space offering a great deal of character with part vaulted ceiling with exposed king post and truss, three sets of multi-pane windows to the front.
Gardens - The gardens are a mix of landscaped formality as well as natural garden areas. To the side of the garden room is a further paved and gravelled seating area with raised timber edged borders well stocked with established trees and shrubs, with useful pizza oven.
To the south side of the garden is a considerable lawned area providing various lovingly created areas with formal vegetable garden, ornamental pond and established trees and shrubs including various fruit trees.
Timber Summerhouse / Potting Shed - Providing a delightful aspect looking out onto the garden, all of which offer an excellent degree of privacy.
Council Tax Band - Melton Borough Council - Tax Band G
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