Hunters are pleased to offer to the market this charming 3 bedroom detached period cottage dating back to the 18th Century and located in the very heart of this unspoiled semi-rural village of Sturton le Steeple with the village offering a local school, village pub and Church, with further amenities in the nearby towns of Retford, Bawtry, Gainsborough and the cathedral City of Lincoln. The A1M is within easy access of Retford with access to the wider motorway network available and the towns rail station puts London's Kings Cross within approx. 1 hour 30 minutes. Air travel is convenient via international airports of Doncaster Sheffield and Nottingham East Midlands.
A period 18th Century detached cottage retaining much of the original charm and character located in the historic village of Sturton-le-Steeple. The cottage benefits from uPVC double glazing, LPG central heating and mature established gardens incorporating off-road parking. The accommodation comprises: entrance hall, cosy sitting room, spacious dining room, cloakroom, fitted kitchen, conservatory, 3 bedrooms and family bathroom.
Sturton-le-Steeple is a rural village surrounded by fields and farmland and centrally placed for travelling to the neighbouring towns of Retford, Gainsborough and Bawtry. The village features a primary school and nursery, post office, butchers and welcoming public house.
having a stained glass opaque uPVC entrance door with uPVC window, radiator and useful cloaks cupboard. An inner half glazed pine door opens through to the
6.30m (20' 8") x 4.09m (13' 5") (maximum)
having two radiators and three uPVC picture windows, wall mounted electric flame fire and decorative ceiling beam. A small lobby with uPVC windows leads to the
having a low flush W.C. wash hand basin and uPVC window
KITCHEN BREAKFAST ROOM
4.65m (15' 3") x 3.61m (11' 10")
having an extensive range of fitted base and wall units with contrasting granite effect worksurfaces. Inset polycarbonate sink, cooker recess with electric point and high level extractor hood. Illuminated display cabinets with worksurface downlighters. Ceramic tiled splashbacks and flooring. Two uPVC rear and side facing picture windows and french doors opening directly onto the rear garden. Decorative ceiling beam and Ideal combi boiler.
4.09m (13' 5") x 3.63m (11' 11") (maximum)
The focal point being the mellow brick fireplace and chimney breast with inset multi-fuel stove on a raised tiled hearth, radiator, front and side facing uPVC windows and sliding patio doors opening through to the
3.63m (11' 11") x 2.44m (8' 0")
with aluminium framed windows and sliding door opening onto the rear garden
with radiator and rear facing uPVC window
4.11m (13' 6") x 4.09m (13' 5") (maximum)
with radiator and front facing uPVC picture window overlooking the Church, twin built-in wardrobes with hanging robe and shelving
3.07m (10' 1") x 2.44m (8' 0")
with radiator and front facing uPVC picture window. Storage cupboard above the bulkhead
3.05m (10' 0")x 2.44m (8' 0")
with radiator and front facing uPVC picture window.
with white suite comprising panelled bath with mixer tap shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush W.C. Chromed effect heated towel rail and uPVC opaque window.
The cottage occupies a corner plot standing in private and mature gardens screened by hedging and flanked by a stream. The gardens are principally lawned incorporating flower beds and borders. To the rear of the cottage is a decked seating area whilst to one side is the driveway providing ample parking space.