Substantial period Georgian home offering exceptional family accommodation in a large private setting with further scope for an additional annexe
Springfield House is a rare example of a carefully maintained, improved and extended Georgian home, dating we understand in part from the early 18th Century and still enjoying a wonderful private position on the outskirts of the historic town of Newark-upon-Trent.
The house offers very generous accommodation arranged over two principal floors with additional bedroom accommodation set to the second floor. There is a well-conceived and delivered side wing which incorporates further reception space and also a generous study with independent external access with studio room over, which could be adapted for separate annexe accommodation if required.
Set well back off Farndon Road, the property is approached along a private driveway through a remote control gated entrance to a generous forecourt area with separate garaging and adjoining workshop.
The property enjoys an enviable position in private grounds and gardens of approximately three quarters of an acre or thereabouts. There is direct access into the Queen of Sconce Historic Country Park and also to the recently created sports complex created nearby.
The gardens are laid with generous lawns and wide terraced seating and entertaining areas around the property. The main driveway entrance leads to an extensive courtyard area set around the property on two sides plus a generous garage and adjoining workshop. The gardens are well maintained with mature well stocked borders and an octagonal open sided summerhouse/seating area set within the main lawned area.
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Superb period Georgian home offering substantial family accommodation with further potential with direct access onto adjoining historic country parkClare Bingham