10 Acres, Stables, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S80 3DW
Detached House (Freehold) | Bedrooms: 4 | Bathrooms: 2 | Receptions: 1
For Sale £530,000 (Offers in excess of)
10 Acres of Land ~ Stables are delighted to present this large detached brick-built four bedroom
home standing on approximately ten acres of land, divided into garden and pond, three
post-and-rail paddocks and a large field.
The property features a balcony from master bedroom, two bathrooms, one reception
rooms and large dining kitchen with fitted pine units, AGA-type cooker and York stone
The home has oil-fired central heating, cavity walls and loft insulation. Television rial
points are installed in the lounge, kitchen and all bedrooms, and an alarm system with
vocaliser unit is also installed.
There is an attractive brick built stable block for six horses (with scope for possible
conversion to separate accommodation), a separate double wooden field stable, a large
wooden outbuilding and two static caravans.
The home and stables were built in 1935 and the house has been considerably
refurbished and extended over the last twenty years. The property is served by two
separate vehicle entrances, and there are no public rights of way across the land.
The top section of the field provides breathtaking views over Welbeck and Worksop Manor
estates with endless bridleways and footpaths. The internationally famous World Heritage
site at Creswell Crags is also nearby and Hardwick Hall, Rufford Abbey, Thoresby estate
and Meadowhall shopping centre are all within easy driving distance.
The nearest village is Whitwell, which is well served by shops, a Health Centre, library,
schools and public houses. Creswell Leisure Centre and swimming pool is a ten minute
drive away, as is Worksop town.
The property benefits from excellent transport links and a superb location. It is situated
beside the A60 Worksop to Mansfield Rd, and is approximately 4 miles from both the M1
and A1. The Robin Hood railway line from Worksop to Nottingham is accessed from
Whitwell station, a five minute drive away.
Similarly Retford station, approximately twenty minute drive away, gives access to the fast
trains to London and elsewhere, making London accessible from there within an hour and
a half. There is a main bus route to Worksop, Mansfield and Chesterfield within 2 minutes
walk of the property.
The property measures approximately 1552.7 sq ft.
Viewings arranged via House Network Ltd.
Other factors include:
- Previous business use.
- Rural location but close to major transport links, villages and towns.
- Extensive parking space and gardens.
Front Of House - Off-road parking and lawned front garden.
Entrance Hall - Radiator, tiled flooring, carpeted stairs to first floor landing, entrance door.
Lobby - Window to side, York flagstone flooring, access through second front door, leads
into kitchen/diner.
Kitchen / Diner, 19'6 x 12'8 max (5.94m x 3.86m max) - Fitted with a matching range of
base and eye level units with burnt orange ceramic tiled worktops, sink with single drainer
and mixer tap, integrated fridge, Stanley (Aga-type) cooker in black enamel with extractor
hood over, combination microwave cooker installed in one of the kitchen units, four ring
halogen hob with extractor hood, windows to three sides, window to rear, radiator, York
flagstone flooring, door to under-stairs storage cupboard.
Lounge, 20'1 x 11'4 (6.12m x 3.45m) - Window to rear, window to front, window to side,
two radiators, fitted carpet, picture rail, open fire with wooden surround and a black iron
dog-grate standing on a slate fireplace.
Study/bedroom 4, 13'5 x 12'9 max (4.09m x 3.89m max) - Currently used as a study but
could easily become 4th bedroom and as the room has an easily accessable water
supply, it would be relatively simple to include an ensuite bathroom. Window to front,
window to side, radiator,solid oak -faced laminate flooring, phone point.
Cloakroom/ground Floor Wc - Window to side, two piece white suite comprising,
pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC, tiled splashbacks, radiator, tiled flooring.
Utility Room, 10'2 x 6'4 (3.10m x 1.93m) - Base and eye level units with worktops,
plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for fridge/freezer and tumble-dryer,
window to rear, tiled flooring.
Landing - Window to side, radiator, fitted carpet, access to loft, door to airing cupboard
housing, hot water tank.
Master Bedroom, 17'4 x 12'9 max (5.28m x 3.89m max) - Window to rear, window to
side, radiator, reclaimed red pine floorboards, recessed dressing area lined with wooden
floor-to-ceiling wardrobes. Door to the rear leads to the balcony.
Balcony, 11'2 x 5'1 (3.40m x 1.55m) - Wooden balcony which overlooks the garden,
stables, pond and field. The balcony was rebuilt less than a year ago and is made of
tannilised timber.
Bedroom 2, 14'1 x 11'4 max (4.29m x 3.45m max) - Window to rear, two windows to side,
window to front, radiator, laminate flooring, built-in wardrobes.
Bedroom 3, 13'4 x 9'5 max (4.06m x 2.87m max) - Window to side, window to front,
radiator, exposed floorboards, picture rail, wardrobe.
Family Bathroom, 10'2 x 8'3 max (3.10m x 2.51m max) - Three piece white suite
comprising panelled bath with hand shower attachment, vanity wash unit and tiled shower
cubicle with power shower and glass screen, tiled splashbacks, heated towel rail, window
to side, radiator, laminate tiled flooring.
Shower Room, 8'3 x 5'4 max (2.51m x 1.63m max) - Three piece white suite comprising
recessed shower cubicle with Mira electric shower and folding glass screen, pedestal
wash hand basin and close coupled WC tiled splashbacks, obscure window to side,
radiator, laminate tiled flooring
Garden And Orchard - At the rear of the house there is a large garden, planted with
perennial shrubs and bulbs, and a pond with stone rockery and arbour. This continues
round the side of the house to a greenhouse and orchard. The area around the house is
planted with honeysuckle, roses and buddleia, and features a rose-arch, which also leads
to the orchard.
Outbuildings - Opposite the entrance to the house is an attractive brick-built stable block
with slate roof. This features four single loose-boxes in addition to a double one with
elevated ceiling. Each stable has lights fitted and there are six power points externally
above the stable doors.
One stable has been used as a tack room and includes a fitted sink. Another is currently
used as a workshop and consequently has numerous internal power points. There is an
outside water tap attached to the front of the stable block and a large stone trough.
Subject to planning permission, this stable block would be ideal for transformation to a
bungalow, holiday accommodation or granny flat. The double stable with the elevated
ceiling would also lend itself to the creation of a mezzanine floor to that area.
A large, separate timber building is divided into two by a wooden partition. In the past one
half of this has been used as a games room and the other half as a hay store.
At the end of the stable block is a two-bedroom static caravan and a similar one is
positioned behind the stables. These have previously been used as for accommodation
for a self-catering holiday business, so are plumbed in and have electricity.
Paddocks - From the stable yard gates lead to the field and paddocks. The paddock to
the left has a large timber stable with 2 doors, while two further paddocks are to the right
of the yard. There is extensive parking in the gravelled yard and area in front of the first
mobile home.
A further gate from the yard leads to the field, which has been used partly for grazing and
partly for growing hay.
To the far left end corner of the field there is a separate vehicle entrance to the property,
in addition to the one near the house. The property is unusual for this area in that there
are no public rights of way across any of the land which is an invaluable asset, both for
privacy and security.
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