** STUNNING INDIVIDUAL CONVERSION ** 4 DOUBLE BEDROOMS ** 2 ENSUITES & MAIN BATHROOM ** 3 RECEPTION ROOMS ** UTILITY & CLOAKROOM ** DOUBLE GARAGE ** ESTABLISHED GARDENS ** USE OF 18 ACRES OF GROUND ** Read more
** STUNNING INDIVIDUAL CONVERSION ** 4 DOUBLE BEDROOMS ** 2 ENSUITES & MAIN BATHROOM ** 3 RECEPTION ROOMS ** UTILITY & CLOAKROOM ** DOUBLE GARAGE ** ESTABLISHED GARDENS ** USE OF 18 ACRES OF GROUND **
We have pleasure in offering to the market this beautifully presented individual character conversion, located within this unique and exceptional development of bespoke homes occupying an idyllic semi-rural setting within the 18 acres of Syerston Hall's extensive grounds.
The property offers a particularly versatile level of accommodation which has been tastefully and sympathetically refurbished combining the considerable character expected with a period conversion of its age, with the benefits of contemporary living.
The accommodation offers three main reception rooms including spacious sitting room with attractive fireplace and dual aspect, separate study and stunning formal dining room with high beamed ceiling. There is also a farmhouse style kitchen and generous utility, plus ground floor cloakroom.
To the first floor there are four double bedrooms with the master and second bedroom both offering ensuite facilities plus there is the main family bathroom.
The property occupies a deceptive plot with relatively generous rear garden, well stocked with established trees and shrubs and overlooking a shared central courtyard to the front, as well as owning a 1/17 share of the park itself.
Overall viewing comes highly recommended to appreciate the accommodation and location.
A TIMBER ENTRANCE DOOR LEADS THROUGH INTO THE:
Entrance Hall - 2.95m x 2.08m (9'8 x 6'10) - Having high ceiling with exposed timbers and exposed brick elevation, part tongue and groove panelling, tiled floor, central heating radiator concealed behind feature cover and door to:
Cloakroom - 3.58m x 0.86m (11'9 x 2'10) - Having a suite comprising close coupled wc, wall mounted wash basin, continuation of the tiled floor, central heating radiator, cloaks hanging space , part tongue and groove panelling, extractor and double glazed window.
Kitchen - 3.43m x 3.76m (11'3 x 12'4) - Appointed with a range of wall, base and drawer units, rolled edge butchers block work surfaces, under-mounted Belfast style sink, space for free standing gas or electric range with stainless steel chimney hood over, under-counter fridge, integrated Hotpoint dishwasher, space for breakfast table, high beamed ceiling, continuation of the tiled floor, central heating radiator, wall mounted Worcester Bosch gas boiler concealed behind cupboard, double glazed multi-pane windows to side and rear elevations. A door gives access through into:
Pantry / Utility Area - Having space for further free standing appliances, continuation of the tiled floor.
Utility Room - 3.15m x 2.57m (10'4 x 8'5) - Having pleasant aspect into the rear garden and fitted with a range of base units, butchers block work surface with inset stainless steel sink and drainer unit, space and plumbing for washing machine, continuation of the tiled floor, part tongue and groove panelled wall, high beamed ceiling, oak door returning to the entrance hall and further window and glazed external door into the rear garden.
Family Room - 4.80m x 4.70m (15'9 x 15'5) - A well proportioned and versatile reception currently utilised as a playroom but would make an excellent formal dining space or additional sitting room. Having heavily beamed ceiling, oak strip wood flooring, two central heating radiators, windows to both the front and rear.
Returning to the entrance hall an open doorway with single step leads through into:
Inner Hall - 1.83m x 1.30m (6'0 x 4'3) - Having high beamed ceiling, oak strip wood flooring, part tongue and groove panelling, vertical glazed window to the front and open doorway leading through into:
Study - 3.30m x 2.34m (10'10 x 7'8) - Having high beamed ceiling, oak strip wood flooring, central heating radiator and double glazed window overlooking the rear garden.
Sitting Room - 4.95m x 4.72m (16'3 x 15'6) - Offering a wealth of character and features with a dual aspect having windows to both the front and rear across the garden, the focal point of the room is the exposed brick chimney breast with raised brick hearth, heavily beamed ceiling, two central heating radiators and double glazed single French door leading out into the garden.
RETURNING TO THE ENTRANCE HALL A STAIRCASE RISES TO THE FIRST FLOOR:
Galleried Landing - 9.75m max x 1.96m max (32'0 max x 6'5 max) - A light and airy reception space having high beamed ceiling, spindle balustrade, built in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, central heating radiator, windows to the front and side elevations and doors to:
Master Bedroom - 4.88m x 4.72m (16'0 x 15'6) - Having a dual aspect and high vaulted ceiling with exposed king post truss, part exposed brickwork, range of built in wardrobes, two central heating radiators and door to:
Ensuite Shower Room - 3.53m x 0.99m (11'7 x 3'3) - Beautifully appointed with a suite comprising shower enclosure with glass screen and chrome wall mounted shower mixer, slate effect tiled walls and floor, underfloor heating, close coupled wc, built in vanity unit with over-mounted wash basin, chrome towel radiator and multi-pane window.
Bedroom 2 - 4.72m x 4.57m (15'6 x 15'0) - A stunning room benefitting from a dual aspect, high part vaulted ceiling with king post truss and timber purlins, two central heating radiators, high level contemporary glass brick internal wall and door leading through into:
Ensuite Shower Room - 2.36m x 0.99m (7'9 x 3'3) - Having shower enclosure with glass screen and wall mounted Triton electric shower, close coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled floor and splashbacks, high vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers, Velux skylight with electronic control.
Bedroom 3 - 3.61m x 3.00m (11'10 x 9'10) - Flooded with light having window overlooking the rear garden and Velux skylight, central heating radiator, exposed beams to the ceiling.
Bedroom 4 - 4.34m x 2.59m (14'3 x 8'6) - Having high ceiling with exposed timbers, tongue and groove effect panelled feature wall, central heating radiator, two double glazed windows overlooking the garden.
Bathroom - 3.66m x 1.91m (12'0 x 6'3) - Appointed with a suite comprising double ended bath with chrome mixer tap, quadrant shower enclosure with sliding glass screen and wall mounted shower mixer, close coupled wc, built in vanity unit with rectangular wash basin and vanity surround, tiled floor with underfloor heating, chrome towel radiator, high ceiling with exposed beam, double glazed window.
Exterior - Occupying a delightful position tucked away within this wonderful development, accessed off the initial shared sweeping driveway which passes through the delightful grounds and Syerston Hall itself, giving a truly impressive initial impression.
Gardens - The property occupies a deceptive plot with relatively generous rear garden, completely enclosed and well stocked with established trees and shrubs, large lawn and paved terrace.
Double Garage - 5.99m x 5.89m (19'8 x 19'4) - Having power and light, electrically operated timber up and over door. The garages are located to the rear of the property with additional parking and access out onto the shared grounds.
Communal Grounds - In addition to its own private gardens The Granary has a 1/17th share of the grounds of Syerston Hall Park itself which extend to approximately 18 acres. There is a communal annual maintenance contribution in the region of £240 per quarter.
Council Tax Band - Newark & Sherwood Council - Tax Band
Directional Note - Leaving Bingham travelling down Kirkhill and out to the roundabout, take the second exit and then at the next roundabout take the third exit onto the A46 towards Newark. Continue along here for several miles leaving the dual carriageway as signposted for Flintham and Syerston, taking a left and then right at the T junction towards Syerston village. Continue for approximately half a mile where the entrance to Syerston Hall Park will be found on the left hand side and proceed along the communal driveway and through the S bends. Opposite a grass paddock take a left turn between two conversions, follow the road round to the right and The Granary will be found directly in front to the right of the archway.
Syerston lies just off the A46 part way between the market towns of Bingham and Newark where there are facilities including shopping and schools, doctors and dentists and from Newark there is a high speed train to London in just over an hour. The adjacent village of Flintham has an "outstanding" primary school as well as public house and community shop. The village is ideal for commuting with good road access to the A52, A1 and M1.