An imposing 7 bedroom Victorian house set in approx. 3 acres of land. Stable yard with two loose boxes, hay store/barn, tack/feed room and manege area
Located in the small village of Nether Langwith this spacious family home retains its own privacy due to the tall walls which surround much of the garden and additional mature trees along the main boundaries.
The property is ideal for the equestrian enthusiast and the vendors keep their own horses.
We are informed the outriding is very good with hacking available on the neighbouring country park which is a restored former colliery. There is also woodland riding to the south of the village on a variety of local bridleways, as well as riding on the Welbeck and Clumber Estates (for which we understand passes are available).
The village itself has a small range of local amenities including Post Office, general store and junior school. More extensive facilities can be found in the main centres of Worksop, Chesterfield or Mansfield.
Price Guide £600,000 Ref: AR5796
Detached Victorian House with oil fired central heating and double glazing throughout.
There is the following accommodation (please refer to floor plan for approx. room sizes)
Entrance Porch, door to front elevation and inner door leading to:
Large Reception Hall stairs off to first floor accommodation, radiator, dado rail, coving to ceiling. Door leading to:
Reception Room large front window, open fireplace with tiled insert, tiled hearth and wooden fire surround, radiator, coving to ceiling, picture rail
Dining Room window to side, two glazed hatches to Reception Room, storage cupboards under, radiator, coving to ceiling, picture rail, archway leading to:
Kitchen window to rear, range of wall and base units, rolled edge work surfaces, 1½ bowl sink unit with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, oil-fired Aga utilised for cooking and hot water (not heating), plumbing for dishwasher, space for fridge freezer, large built-in larder cupboard, coved ceiling, quarry tiled floor, door leading to outside
Pantry side window, radiator, base units, rolled edge work surfaces
Study side window, radiator, door to outside
Inner Corridor doors leading to side passageway, radiator, quarry tiled floor, saddle racks
Utility window to rear, Butler sink, space for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, quarry tiled flooring, oil fired boiler, radiator
Reception Room two windows to front, doors leading to outside, one window to side, ceiling rose, coved ceiling, radiator, open fireplace with marble hearth and insert, fire surround
Shower Room window to rear, wash hand basin, WC, shower cubicle, tiled splashbacks, heated towel rail, radiator
Cellar steps leading from hall, ideal for storage, stone slab central table, second slab table,
Landing rear window, radiator, fitted cupboards, stairs to second floor, doors leading to five bedrooms
Bedroom One window to front, radiator, coved ceiling, ceiling rose
Bedroom Two window to front, radiator, fireplace with wooden surround
Bedroom Three window to side, radiator, fitted corner cupboard, fireplace
Bedroom Four window to rear, radiator, coved ceiling, ceiling rose, cupboard housing hot water tank
Bedroom Seven window to front, radiator
Bathroom two windows to rear, bath, wash hand basin, WC, dado rail, coved ceiling, linen storage cupboard, part tiled walls
Rear Landing window to side, radiator
From the main landing, stairs lead to:
Landing doors to Bedroom five and Bedroom six
Bedroom Five window to rear, radiator, sloping ceilings
Bedroom Six skylight, fitted wardrobes, radiator, fireplace
Price Guide £600,000Ref: AR5796
OUTSIDE, OUTBUILDINGS & LAND
The approach to the property is via Pit Hill Road from where there are two vehicular entrances each having twin gates. The first set of gates give access to the gravel drive to the front gardens and the second set of gates give access to the driveway which leads to a parking area to the rear of the property and a garage.
Garage up and over door, power, lighting
There are mature trees, well stocked borders and lawned gardens to the front and sides of the property, with a raised rockery and paved patio adjoining the house. The formal gardens give access to the equestrian facilities, with the grazing land beyond.
Within the garden there are the following outbuildings (please refer to floorplan for approximate sizes)
Brick Outbuildings One and Two utilised as garden store and log/coal store
Additional Brick Store
Two Kennels available by separate negotiation
The land adjoins the property to one side.
Stable Yard built in c.1998, of timber construction comprising two stables, hay store and tack / feed room
Concrete Yard to the front of the Stable Yard with post and rail boundary
Located in the lower part of the land is an area that was previously a Manѐge 95’ x 65’ (about 30m x 20m) Please note this is now overgrown and does require some attention and restoration.
IN ALL APPROX. 3 ACRES
(about 1.2 Hectares)
Price Guide £600,000Ref: AR5796
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