Cromwell Cottage forms one of a handful of individual homes located in a unique semi-rural setting within the former grounds of Wiverton Hall which creates an interesting backdrop to this stunning location.
The property is tucked away in the corner of a courtyard setting to the front with aspect across to Wiverton Hall and offers a deceptive level of accommodation as well as a great deal of character.
The property was originally completed in the 1990s by a highly regarded local developer and benefits from relatively modern construction but was sympathetically designed with a great deal of thought and attention to detail to replicate a more traditional style of home.
Internally the property offers an excellent level of accommodation, large enough to accommodate small families but in the main is probably going to appeal to professional couples or those down-sizing looking for a bespoke home within this highly regarded location.
The accommodation comprises a well proportioned entrance hall with cloakroom, leading through into a spacious L shaped living/dining room with access out into the rear garden. The kitchen has been refitted with a generous range of contemporary units and integrated appliances and the breakfast area of the kitchen again leads out into the rear garden creating an excellent entertaining area.
To the first floor leading off a galleried landing there are three bedrooms, the master being particularly generous and affording delightful aspect into the rear garden as well as benefitting from ensuite facilities. The main bathroom has been tastefully upgraded with a contemporary suite.
The property occupies a stunning plot with low maintenance frontage and attached garage with the rear garden benefitting from a westerly aspect and being a generous size, offering a good degree of privacy with large lawn, well stocked perimeter borders and large terrace.
The only way to truly appreciate both the location and accommodation on offer is by internal inspection.
Wiverton Hall lies just outside the market town of Bingham which is well equipped with amenities including a range of shops, primary and secondary schools, doctors and dentists, leisure centre and railway station with links to Nottingham and Grantham. The town is conveniently located for commuting situated at the intersection of the A52 and A46 and with good road links to the A1 and M1. There is also a well regarded primary school in the nearby village of Langar, as well as a public house/restaurant.
A TRADITIONAL STYLE TIMBER ENTRANCE DOOR LEADS THROUGH INTO THE:
Entrance Hall - 4.04m x 2.74m max (13'3 x 9'0 max) - An interesting initial entrance having vaulted ceiling to galleried landing and spindle pine turning staircase, deep pine skirting and architrave, central heating radiator, double glazed window to the front and door to:
Cloakroom - 1.27m x 0.84m (4'2 x 2'9) - Having close coupled wc, wall mounted wash basin.
Living/Dining Room - 6.17m max x 5.64m max (20'3 max x 18'6 max) - A well proportioned light and airy open plan main reception, large enough to accommodate both living and dining areas and having windows to two elevations including double glazed French doors leading out into the rear garden. The focal point of the room is the chimney breast with quarry tiled hearth and solid fuel stove, timber strip wood flooring, deep pine skirting, two central heating radiators, double glazed windows to the rear and side.
Kitchen - 4.09m x 3.12m (13'5 x 10'3) - Benefitting from a delightful aspect with access out into the private rear garden and beautifully appointed by Palmers of Trent Bridge with World of Marble granite curved work surfaces with integrated breakfast bar, there is a generous range of wall, base and drawer units including deep pan drawers and corner units, marble upstand, under-mounted stainless steel sink. Integrated appliances include Neff fan assisted double oven, integrated Neff dishwasher, Neff four ring induction hob with CDA extractor hood over, inset downlighters to the ceiling, slate tiled floor with underfloor heating, double glazed window and French doors leading out into the rear garden.
RETURNING TO THE ENTRANCE HALL A SPINDLE BALUSTRADE TURNING STAIRCASE RISES TO THE FIRST FLOOR:
Galleried Landing - Having part pitched ceiling, access to loft space, built in airing cupboard and doors to:
Bedroom 1 - 5.54m excl w'robe x 3.66m (18'2 excl w'robe x 12'0 - A well proportioned double bedroom benefitting from pleasant aspect into the rear garden, having fitted wardrobes with overhead storage cupboards, part pitched ceiling with inset skylight, double glazed window to the rear, deep pine skirting, two central heating radiators, under-eaves storage and door leading through into:
Ensuite Shower Room - 2.67m x 1.45m (8'9 x 4'9) - Having shower enclosure with bi-fold screen and tiled surround, close coupled wc, pedestal wash basin, oak flooring, chrome towel radiator, part pitched ceiling with inset downlighters, obscure double glazed window to the rear.
Bedroom 2 - 3.76m x 3.10m (12'4 x 10'2) - Again having aspect into the rear garden, part pitched ceiling, central heating radiator and double glazed dormer window.
Bedroom 3 - 3.71m x 2.24m (12'2 x 7'4) - Large enough to accommodate a double bed but currently utilised as a home office, having part pitched ceiling, central heating radiator and double glazed dormer window to the front.
Bathroom - 2.06m x 1.88m (6'9 x 6'2) - Having panelled bath with corner mounted chrome mixer tap and Mira power shower with folding screen, built in vanity unit with close coupled wc and inset Sottini wash basin, slate effect tiled floor with underfloor heating, chrome towel radiator, part pitched ceiling with inset downlighters and skylight to the rear.
Exterior - The property occupies a deceptive plot and to the front there is a shared courtyard creating a delightful setting as well as providing a low maintenance frontage with off road parking and access to:
Single Garage - 5.49m x 3.00m (18'0 x 9'10) - Having timber up and over door, power and light, plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier with worktop over and additional power points, oil fired central heating boiler, courtesy door to the rear and there is an electric vehicle charging point at the front
Rear Garden - The rear garden benefits from a westerly aspect and offers a good degree of privacy having well stocked borders with established trees and shrubs. There is a large terrace and lawned area as well as an additional area at the side having useful log store.
Directional Note - Leaving Bingham via Tithby Road at the crossroads with the A52 proceed straight over towards Langar and Harby. Continue along this road for approximately one mile passing the turning for Tithby on the right hand side, proceed for approximately quarter of a mile where the entrance to Wiverton Hall will be found on the left hand side. Continue down the sweeping driveway branching off to the right as the road forks, then immediately left onto a gravel driveway which sweeps round into the courtyard area with Cromwell Cottage situated in the bottom left hand corner.
Council Tax Band - Rushcliffe Borough Council - Tax Band E.
Fibre Broadband - It should be noted that the current owners have paid for fibre broadband to be connected to the property, which should be completed before the end of 2018.