Savills | Dunham House, Main Street, Dunham-on-Trent, Newark, NG22 0TY | Properties for sale
4,990 sq ft(463.59 sq m)
Guide price £595,000

Dunham HouseMain Street, Dunham-on-Trent, Newark, NG22 0TY


    Key features

    • Dunham House is a substantial eight bedroom Grade II listed house laid out over three floors with a wealth of period features including high ceilings, tall windows and exposed beams
    • The property has been successfully used as a holiday let and offers just under five thousand square feet (www.dunhamhouse.co.uk)
    • There is an enclosed south facing garden which is mostly laid to lawn with established trees and borders, adjoining the property is a good range of barn
    • The Trent Valley Way Walk passes the door following the River Trent and the National Byway cycle route is nearby.
    • Worksop College lies approximately 15 miles away on the Northern edge of Sherwood Forest.
    • The Cathedral City of Lincoln is approximately 11 miles to the East and offers an excellent range of facilities including restaurants, schools and shops.
    • The market town of Retford is approximately nine miles away and also has an good range of amenities and shops as well as main line rail access to London (Kings Cross from 1 hr 28 mins).
    • The market town of Newark is also 15 miles away and offers a range of facilities including schooling and daily rail service to Kings Cross from (from 80 minutes).

    Substantial 8 bedroom Grade II listed family house with a wealth of period features and outbuildings approximately nine miles from the market town of Retford.

    About this property

    • Dunham House is a substantial eight bedroom Grade II listed house laid out over three floors with a wealth of period features including high ceilings, tall windows and exposed beams. The property has been successfully used as a holiday let and offers just under five thousand square feet.

      In more detail the accommodation comprises; entrance hall with tiled floor and a door to the double aspect drawing room with a fireplace. Across the hall is the attractively panelled sitting room with an open fireplace and a dining room with an Inglenook fireplace.

      The kitchen breakfast room has exposed beams, tiled floor, a good range of handmade fitted units, granite worktops, Alpha range cooked, belfast sink and a utility room. Also on the ground floor there are two bedrooms, a back hall with a shower room and access to the cellar which has two large rooms.

      The first floor has six bedrooms, two with en suite shower rooms, one with an en suite WC, a family bathroom and another WC. There is a back staircase from one of the bedrooms back down to the kitchen. The top floor has four large attic rooms which can be further bedrooms if required.
      Outside the property is approached either via a hand gate and steps up from the pavement or via a gated driveway with ample parking. There is an enclosed south facing garden which is mostly laid to lawn with established trees and borders. Adjoining the property is a good range of barns including a large games room and store. These single storey building would make an ideal self contained annexe or home office subject to the necessary planning consents.

      Services Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil fuelled central heating.

      Photography July 2020

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    Dunham House is a very attractive family house offerings loads of potential, the whole of the top floor can be expanded into and the outbuildings would make a superb annexe or home office.

    Roo FisherProperty agent

    Local information

    • Dunham-on-Trent is a popular village on the banks of the River Trent with a range of facilities including a pub, Indian takeaway and a Primary School. It also has road network nearby with the A57 and the A1 approximately six miles away. The Trent Valley Way Walk passes the door following the River Trent and the National Byway cycle route is nearby.
    • Worksop College lies approximately 15 miles away on the Northern edge of Sherwood Forest.
    • The Cathedral City of Lincoln is approximately 11 miles to the East and offers an excellent range of facilities including restaurants, schools and shops.
    • The market town of Retford is approximately nine miles away and also has an good range of amenities and shops as well as main line rail access to London (Kings Cross from 1 hr 28 mins).
    • The market town of Newark is also 15 miles away and offers a range of facilities including schooling and daily rail service to Kings Cross from (from 80 minutes).

    Additional information

    • EPC Exempt