'Beechwood' is a most spacious Period family home dating to the early 1900's, the property has been extended over the years and now blends traditional features with modern family living. Set within a large plot with extensive parking, detached double garage and private south facing gardens this home would be ideal for those looking for a forever home or a multi generational family. Located close to the heart of the sought after Village of Misterton offering a wide range of shopping, schooling and leisure amenities, the Village is also within an easy commute of surrounding Town's of Gainsborough, Lincoln, Retford, Bawtry and Scunthorpe. The living accommodation briefly comprises; Entrance Hall, Family Room, Sitting Room, Office, Playroom, Laundry/Cloakroom, 'James Oliver' Orangery and Spacious Kitchen and Utility to the ground floor. To the first floor, spacious landing, large house bathroom and four double bedrooms, the master having a dressing room and en-suite shower off. Externally; Extensive parking, detached double garage and large lawned south facing gardens.
The Village of Misterton offers a wide range of shopping, schooling and leisure amenities to include; Riverside Walks, Equestrian Centre and Cafe, Primary School, Doctors Surgery, Chemist, Church, library, convenience store incorporating Post Office, Butchers and takeaway establishments. Misterton is located in the far north-east of both Bassetlaw and Nottinghamshire between Walkeringham to the South and Haxey to the North. The East of the village is bordered by the River Trent and to the West by farmland. The village is situated approximately six miles of Gainsborough which offers the 'Marshalls Yard' retail outlet and the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School.
The Market Town of Bawtry is located approximately ten miles car journey and offers a wide range of boutique style shops and eating establishments.
From our office on High Street, Bawtry head south on the A638 turning left at the traffic light junction onto Gainsborough Road/A631signposted Gainsborough. Continue on this road for approximately six miles passing through the Villages of Everton, at Gringley on the Hill turn left onto Green Road/B1403 and continue for approximately three miles. At the junction in Misterton turn right onto High Street/A161. Follow the Road passing the Co operative Store on the left, the property is within half a mile on the right hand side as signified by our For Sale board.
An extensive entrance hall being naturally light, staircase to the first floor with period wrought iron balusters and polished wood hand rail. Period cornicing, picture and dado rail
4.27m (14' 0") x 3.94m (12' 11")
A front facing formal reception room having double glazed Sash Bay with secondary glazing, central focal fireplace wiith inset multi fuel burner, slate back and rendered brick semi circular hearth. Period style cornicing, picture and dado rail, three radiators to the bay and television aerial point.
4.27m (14' 0") x 4.27m (14' 0")
Double glazed Sash Bay window with secondary glazing to the front elevation, central focal fireplace with inset multi fuel burner and slat hearth. Period style cornicing, picture and dado rail and television aerial point.
3.96m (13' 0") x 2.74m (9' 0")
Double glazed sash window to the side elevation and radiator.
4.27m (14' 0") x 3.94m (12' 11") maximum
Door off from the hallway having double glazed sash window to the rear elevation, fitted with base units, work surface incorporating a stainless steel sink unit. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine, additional space for a tumble dryer, wall mounted 'Worcester' gas fired central heating boiler, drying rack and tiled floor. Door off to the CLOAKROOM/WC Fitted with a low flush toilet and wall mounted wash hand basin, double glazed sash window to the rear elevation, radiator and tiled floor.
4.26m (14' 0") x 3.60m (11' 10")
Double glazed sash window to the side elevation, wall light and radiator. Glazed double doors with glazed panels to either side from the hallway.
4.67m (15' 4") x 3.61m (11' 10")
Designed and installed by 'James Oliver', a fantastic contemporary addition to the property and enjoying views and access to the patio and garden. Glazed roof with inset spot lights, Double glazed floor to ceiling windows and bi folds to the rear courtyard seating area. Double doors with glazed panels to either side to the hallway.
5,44m (144' 4") x 2.26m (7' 5") maximum
Fitted with a range of wall, base and drawer units with contrasting work surfaces and tiling to the preparation areas. Integrated 'Neff' electric oven and four ring gas hob. Inset spot lights to the ceiling, radiator and Upvc double glazed door to the side and Upvc double glazed stable style door to the rear, two double glazed floor to ceiling windows enjoying views to the courtyard and garden. Door off to the
Fitted with matching wall, base and larder style units, contrasting work surface incorporating a stainless steel sink unit, Space for a tall fridge/freezer, plumbing for a dishwasher, double glazed sash window to the side elevation and radiator.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION
Having front facing double glazed sash window with secondary glazing. Dado rail and two radiators.
3.35m (11' 0") x 4.52m (14' 10")
Having two double glazed sash windows to the side elevation over looking the orangery and courtyard, wall lights and radiator. Opening to the
Fitted with an extensive range of open fronted wardrobes with hanging rail. Access to the roof space, inset spot lights and radiator.
Comprising of a shower cubicle with tiling and mains fed shower, pedestal wash hand basin with splash back tiling and low flush toilet. Double glazed sash window to the rear elevation, extractor fan, white towel rail/radiator and tiling to the floor with under floor heating.
4.26m (14' 0") x 3.65m (12' 0")
A front facing double bedroom having double glazed sash window to the front elevation with secondary glazing. Coving to the ceiling, picture and dado rail, cast feature fireplace and radiator.
4.27m (14' 0") x 3.65
A front facing double bedroom having double glazed sash window to the front elevation with secondary glazing. Coving to the ceiling, picture rail, fitted book shelf, cast feature fireplace and radiator.
4.27m (14' 0") x 3.05m (10' 0")
Having high level double glazed sash window to the side elevation, a double bedroom having coving to the ceiling, picture rail, fitted floor to ceiling double wardrobe, feature cast fireplace, pedestal sink and radiator with ornate cover.
4.27m (14' 0") x 3.05m (10' 0")
A most spacious bathroom fitted with a large shower cubicle with mains fed shower, free standing roll top bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush toilet. Two double glazed sash windows to the rear elevation, pvc ceiling with inset spotlights, tiling to the walls, sliding doors to shelved linen cupboard and radiator.
To the front of the property is a low level brick wall, laurel hedge and access gate. Landscaped with gravel providing extensive parking, the gravel extends to the side elevation beyond the high level timber gates to incorporate a driveway which leads to the detached double garage to the rear of the gravelled courtyard and also a patio/seating area to the rear of the orangery and kitchen. Beyond the gravel courtyard is an extensive south facing garden which is laid to lawn and screened with mature hedges and trees. Within the garden are two timber garden sheds, wood stores, tree house, trampoline, gazebo, chicken house and run. There is also a dog run and play house (Purchasable by separate negotiation). To the rear courtyard there is external lighting and water supply.
5.70m (18' 8") X 5.48m (18' 0")
Having two electrically operated roller doors, power and light connected.
The Tenure of the property is Freehold.
Mains gas, electricity, water and mains drainage are available. NB: Services, Apparatus and Equipment have not been tested by Hunters and therefore cannot be verified as being in working order. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor/Surveyor. Solar Panels (owned) generating a yearly income of approximately £1500.00 per annum.
Through verbal enquiry of Bassetlaw District Council we are advised that the property is in Rating Band E.