6 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Fosse Road, Screveton
** SUBSTANTIAL PERIOD HOME ** IN THE REGION OF 4700 SQ FEET ** UP TO 7 BEDROOMS ** 4 RECEPTIONS ** SUPERB OPEN PLAN LIVING DINING KITCHEN ** 4 BATHROOMS ** WEALTH OF CHARACTER & FEATURES ** PLOT APPROX 1.3 ACRES ** SWEEPING DRIVEWAY & TRIPLE GARAGE ** DELIGHTFUL ESTABLISHED GARDENS ** PLEASE SEE DIRECTIONS BELOW TO FIND THE PROPERTY **This truly stunning period property boasts a wealth of original features such as beamed ceilings, fireplaces and sash windows, all of which gives its 4700 sq ft an inviting and homely atmosphere. It occupies 1.3 acres of land and is situated in a semi-rural location on the edge of the highly regarded village of Screveton.The residence boasts a beautiful and new... Read more
** SUBSTANTIAL PERIOD HOME ** IN THE REGION OF 4700 SQ FEET ** UP TO 7 BEDROOMS ** 4 RECEPTIONS ** SUPERB OPEN PLAN LIVING DINING KITCHEN ** 4 BATHROOMS ** WEALTH OF CHARACTER & FEATURES ** PLOT APPROX 1.3 ACRES ** SWEEPING DRIVEWAY & TRIPLE GARAGE ** DELIGHTFUL ESTABLISHED GARDENS ** PLEASE SEE DIRECTIONS BELOW TO FIND THE PROPERTY **
This truly stunning period property boasts a wealth of original features such as beamed ceilings, fireplaces and sash windows, all of which gives its 4700 sq ft an inviting and homely atmosphere. It occupies 1.3 acres of land and is situated in a semi-rural location on the edge of the highly regarded village of Screveton.
The residence boasts a beautiful and newly refurbished open plan kitchen and dining space, which is filled with natural light thanks to large windows and the adjacent conservatory. There are numerous reception rooms including an impressive and spacious formal lounge, a family room and a cosy snug, in addition to a library and large study.
Thanks to its many rooms the property is considerably versatile, offering up to 7 double bedrooms and the potential for annexe-style facilities. The second floor, for example, features two bedrooms, a separate living room, bathroom and walk-in closet, making it ideal for guests, an au-pair or teenagers.
The garden to the rear offers a large lawn, an abundance of trees and shrubs, a vegetable patch, greenhouse and spectacular views across open fields, which you can enjoy from inside the property too. What's more, the outdoor space is extremely private and safe for children and pets thanks to an unobtrusive fence that surrounds the entire plot.
The only way to truly appreciate the accommodation on offer is by arranging a viewing.
Screveton is located just off the A46 between the market towns of Bingham and Newark. It is in the catchment area for a number of well regarded schools in the villages of Flintham, East Bridgford and Bingham. It offers good road access to the A52, A1 and M1 and there is a high speed train from Newark North Gate station that gets you to London in just over an hour.
Main Entrance Hall - 6.71m x 4.34m (22'0 x 14'3) - A stunning reception area boasting a wealth of character with heavily beamed ceiling, deep stripped pine skirting and architrave, flagstone flooring, double spindle balustrade turning staircase, two central heating radiators and doors to:
Downstairs Wc - 2.18m x 1.83m (7'2 x 6'0) - WC, pedestal wash basin, stone tiled flooring, central heating radiator and sash window.
Formal Lounge - 8.61m x 5.23m (28'3 x 17'2) - A grand formal sitting room benefitting from full height sash windows with original stripped pine shutters overlooking the rear garden. The room features a beautiful marble fireplace and hearth with open grate, deep stripped pine skirting and architrave, strip wood flooring, three central heating radiators and French doors leading out onto the rear terrace.
Open Plan Dining Kitchen - 5.79m x 7.32m (19'0 x 24'0) - A farmhouse style kitchen in keeping with the property's period.
Kitchen Area - 5.79m x 3.00m (19'0 x 9'10) - The kitchen is fitted with a generous range of hand crafted wall, base and drawer units, butcher's block central island unit with breakfast bar seating. Integrated appliances include ceramic hob over a double oven, microwave and fridge freezer. There is a heavily beamed ceiling, slate flooring, deep skirting, two central heating radiators and two multi-pane windows to the front.
Living Dining Room - 5.79m x 4.57m (19'0 x 15'0) - The slate flooring continues through to the newly refurbished dining/living space, which is undoubtedly the hub of the home. The focal point is the exposed brick fireplace and ornate surround with alcoves to either side, deep corniced ceiling with central rose feature, stripped pine skirting and architrave and central heating radiators.
Conservatory - 5.84m x 2.74m (19'2 x 9'0) - A useful addition to the property providing further flexible reception space, currently utilised as formal dining space and having pitched roof with glazed sidelights, strip wood flooring, deep pine skirting, central heating radiator and French doors to the rear.
Family Room - 5.26m x 4.22m (17'3 x 13'10) - A delightful cosy room benefitting from a dual aspect with sash window to the rear and multi-pane window to the side, chimney breast with quarry tiled hearth, solid fuel stove and timber mantle, alcoves to the side one with built in stripped pine fronted storage cupboard, central heating radiator, secondary turning staircase rising to the first floor.
Rear Entrance Hall - 3.00m x 1.52m (9'10 x 5'0) - Having exposed beams to the ceiling, stone tiled floor, deep pine skirting and architrave, cloaks hanging space.
Snug - 4.32m x 3.96m (14'2 x 13'0) - A versatile reception ideal as a more informal sitting room, playroom or additional office space, having pleasant dual aspect with windows to both the front and sash window overlooking the rear with the original shutters and stripped pine surround, chimney breast with stripped pine fire surround and mantle, tiled hearth and inset cast iron fireplace, alcoves to either side, deep pine skirting, heavily beamed ceiling, strip wood flooring and central heating radiator.
Utility Room - 3.48m x 3.05m (11'5 x 10'0) - A well proportioned laundry fitted with a generous range of cupboards, wood trimmed laminate work surfaces with under-mounted Belfast sink and adjacent gas hob, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for tumble drier, room for further free standing appliances, quarry tiled floor, central heating radiator, heavily beamed ceiling and multi-pane window to the front.
RETURNING TO THE MAIN ENTRANCE HALL A BEAUTIFUL OAK SPINDLE BALUSTRADE TURNING STAIRCASE RISES TO THE FIRST FLOOR:
Master Bedroom - 5.28m x 4.01m (17'4 x 13'2) - A delightful well proportioned bedroom affording a dual aspect with wonderful views to the rear, having high corniced ceiling, deep skirting, two central heating radiators, multi-pane window to the side and two sash windows to the rear.
Ensuite Bathroom - 4.27m x 3.61m (14'0 x 11'10) - Flooded with light from two sash windows to the side elevation, appointed with a traditional style suite comprising central raised double ended ball and claw roll top bath with freestanding chrome mixer tap and integrated shower handset, separate shower enclosure, bidet, close coupled wc, his & hers pedestal wash basins, deep skirting, corniced ceiling, column radiator.
From the inner landing a further stripped pine door gives access into the:
Dressing Room - 3.25m x 1.91m (10'8 x 6'3) - Having fitted hanging rails, deep skirting and multi-pane window to the side.
Galleried Landing - Offering a wealth of character with heavily beamed ceiling, attractive spindle balustrade, deep pine skirting, aspect through the original sash window into the garden and fields beyond. Leading off the main landing are two inner landings, one of which houses an airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and access to the:
Guest Bedroom - 4.09m x 4.27m (13'5 x 14'0) - A further well proportioned double bedroom having delightful aspect to the rear, heavily beamed ceiling, cast iron fireplace with tiled inserts, alcoves to either side, deep pine skirting, central heating radiator. Two steps lead up into an initial shelved storage area with further beams, central heating radiator and door leading into:
Ensuite Bathroom - 3.45m x 3.05m (11'4 x 10'0) - Having suite comprising enamelled bath set in a tiled surround with chrome mixer tap and integral shower handset, built in vanity units with tiled surface over and inset wash basins, close coupled wc, bidet, central heating radiator, deep pine skirting, sliding sash window and door leading to an inner landing allowing this bathroom to service two further bedrooms.
Inner Landing - Giving access to two further bedrooms and a first floor reception/office. Having deep stripped pine skirting and architrave, access to loft space and further stripped pine door leading to:
Library - 5.87m x 3.28m (19'3 x 10'9) - Currently utilised as a library, this room could also be used as a bedroom. It has an attractive aspect to the side with original sash windows, the focal point of the room is the cast iron fireplace with tiled inserts, shelved alcove to the side with additional built in cupboard with reclaimed pine door front, deep stripped pine skirting, deep corniced ceiling, a range of built in bookcases and central heating radiator.
Study - 5.49m x 4.27m (18'0 x 14'0) - A further well proportioned light and airy space, currently utilised as a first floor office/reception but alternatively could be reconfigured to create an additional double bedroom. A secondary pine spindle baslutrade staircase descends into the initial family room and this combined with the dressing room off could create annexe style facilities for extended families.
Having chimney breast with cast iron fireplace, deep pine skirting and architrave, corniced ceiling with central rose, built in storage cupboard also housing the hot water cylinder, shelved alcove and sash window to the side.
Bathroom - 3.96m x 3.05m (13'0 x 10'0) - Having enamelled bath set in a tiled surround with chrome mixer tap and integrated shower handset, separate quadrant shower enclosure with sliding screen, bidet, close coupled wc, pedestal wash basin, central heating radiator, deep stripped pine skirting and sliding sash window.
Bedroom 4 - 3.53m x 3.05m (11'7 x 10'0) - A further versatile space leading off the first floor reception and having deep pine skirting, central heating radiator and sliding sash window.
Returning back into the Galleried Landing:
Having a further turning staircase rising to the second floor:
Attic Suite - Having spindle balustrade, stripped pine skirting and exposed beam. This second floor space has the potential to be a completely self-contained annexe space providing two further double bedrooms, central walk-through reception area and inner landing, which could be reconfigured to create a kitchen area, leading through to a further bathroom.
Reception - 4.93m x 4.34m (16'2 x 14'3 ) - A well proportioned walk-through space, perfect as a sitting room having part pitched ceiling with exposed timber purlins, central heating radiator, multi-pane dormer window and large walk-in overstairs storage cupboard. A further cottage latch door leads through to:
Bedroom 5 - 3.96m x 4.01m (13'0 x 13'2) - Having wonderful elevated views to the rear, part pitched ceiling with exposed timber purlins, deep pine skirting, chimney breast, central heating radiator.
Walk-In Wardrobe / Storage Area - 2.34m x 1.70m (7'8 x 5'7) -
Bedroom 6 - 3.99m x 3.28m (13'1 x 10'9) - Having original sash window, deep pine skirting, central heating radiator, part pitched ceiling with exposed purlins, wood effect laminate flooring.
Bathroom - 3.05m x 1.91m (10'0 x 6'3) - Having panelled bath with chrome mixer tap and integrated shower handset with additional electric shower over, close coupled wc, built in vanity unit with tiled surface and inset wash basin, tongue and groove effect panelling, shaver point, part pitched ceiling with exposed purlins, sliding sash window.
Exterior - The property occupies a semi-rural location on a generous established plot accessed off an initial shared driveway which leads through a pair of wrought iron gates into a substantial sweeping gravel drive providing ample off road parking to the front, side and rear and leads to a detached brick and pantile:
Gardens - The grounds extend to approximately 1.3 acres and are beautifully kept. The lawn is highlighted by a number of trees, shrubs, flower beds, vegetable patch, orchard and greenhouse. There is a raised terrace to the rear of the property which is perfect for sun loungers and outdoor dining. The garden is extremely safe for pets and children thanks to a fence that encloses the entire space, yet still allows for stunning views over the fields to the back of the house.
Triple Garage -
Services - The property is connected to a septic tank and has mains gas.
Council Tax Band - Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band G.
Directions - Take the A46 from Bingham to Newark and turn left at the sign for Kneeton. At the first T junction turn right following the sign for Leicester. Go over the bridge and then take the second right which has a no through road sign and is a right hand turning immediately before you would otherwise re-join the A46 carriageway heading back towards Bingham/Leicester. The house is on the right hand side off this road.
From Newark towards Bingham turn left at the Kneeton sign and then IMMEDIATELY left. It is almost a U turn and it has a no through road sign. When turning left from the A46, keep the left hand indicator on as the no through sign is IMMEDIATELY visible. The house is on the right hand side off this road.
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