- Traditional Semi-Detached Property
- Three Bedrooms
- Two Reception Rooms and Dining Kitchen
- Family Bathroom & En-Suite
- Attractive Front & Rear Gardens
- Idyllic Location Backing onto Woodland
Property SummarySpacious extended three bedroomed two bathroomed semi-detached in unrivalled and stunning location. This property will not disappoint so contact us for an early viewing.
This traditional three-bedroom home is in a beautiful countryside location overlooking Forestry Commission land on the edge of Blidworth Bottoms and Burntstump Country Park, perfect for family walks and dog lovers!
The property is secluded with just three other neighbouring houses yet within easy reach of the local amenities of Ravenshead, the larger town of Mansfield and Nottingham city centre. With the M1 and A1 motorways close by and good rail networks from Nottingham train station, there is also the potential for this property to be a lovely holiday home with the tranquil setting the ideal place to escape modern life.
Inside there is plenty of living space with an impressive country-style dining kitchen, two reception rooms and a conservatory providing excellent views of the forest beyond the rear garden. Upstairs there are three good-sized bedrooms together with an en-suite shower room and family bathroom.
There are gardens to either side of the driveway which are substantially laid to lawn with stocked borders. There is a pathway leading to front of the property and also to the side giving access to the rear.
There is a tiled entrance porch with UPVC double glazed entrance door opening into the:
With UPVC double glazed window to the front, radiator, ceiling light point, telephone point and stairs to first floor landing.
LOUNGE (11'7" x 18')
The spacious lounge has a window to the front and patio doors to the rear allowing plenty of light in. It’s the perfect place for the whole family to relax in front of the multi-fuel burner during the winter months.
Patio doors to:
CONSERVATORY (14' x 12')
The conservatory has both heating and air-conditioning, meaning that the spectacular views over the garden towards the woodland beyond can be enjoyed all year round.
LOUNGE / SNUG (17' x 16' (reducing to 8'))
This l-shaped lounge is another spacious room with windows to both the front and rear. Suitable for a variety of uses, it is currently a second lounge but would be ideally suited to a children’s playroom, dining room or the perfect study for those working from home.
DINING KITCHEN (18' x 13')
The heart of the home, this country-style kitchen is in-keeping with the age and location of the property and again has windows to both the front and rear. Fitted with a range of wall and base units, a particular feature is the range cooker set into the chimney breast, ideal for keen cooks! There is also a breakfast bar seating area, a one and a half bowl sink and space and plumbing for a washing machine.
UTILITY ROOM (7'9" x 6'6")
The useful utility room is fitted with wall and base units and has a door leading to the rear garden.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
With access to the first-floor rooms and loft space, airing cupboard and window to the rear.
BEDROOM ONE (11' x 11'9" max)
With a window to the front, fitted cupboard, radiator, power points and ceiling light point.
BEDROOM TWO (9'9" x 11'9" max)
The second double bedroom again has a fitted cupboard, window to the front, radiator, power points and ceiling light point.
BEDROOM THREE (6'6" x 16')
The third bedroom is another well-proportioned room with windows to the front and rear.
SHOWER ROOM (6'7" x 5'9")
The en-suite shower room is fitted with a glazed and tiled shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled W.C. With wall and floor tiling and a window to the rear.
BATHROOM (8'6" x 7')
Fitted with a four-piece white suite comprising panelled bath, corner shower cubicle with glazed doors, wash hand basin set onto vanity unit and close coupled W.C. With window to the rear, wall and floor tiling and chrome towel rail radiator.
The established rear garden is a good size and benefits from backing onto forest. The garden is mostly laid to lawn with a patio area for enjoying the views in the summer sunshine. There is also a useful wooden garden outbuilding.
Local Authority – Gedling Borough Council
Council Tax Band – C
Primary School – Burntstump Seely Church of England Primary Academy
Secondary School – Colonel Frank Seely Academy
Stamp Duty on Asking Price – £6,250.00 (this will change if you are a first-time buyer or already own another property).
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