Elm Tree House, Crab Lane, North Muskham, Newark, NG23 6HH | Property for sale | Savills
277.22 sq m(2,984 sq ft)
Guide price £650,000

Elm Tree HouseCrab Lane, North Muskham, Newark, NG23 6HH

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in May 2024
  • Beautifully presented throughout, finished to the highest standard
  • Far reaching views over the Trent valley
  • Gated tarmac driveway with double garage/potential annexe
  • Oak framed double cart shed/summer house and large garden
  • Sought after village, proximity to Newark

A substantial, modern family home set in expansive gardens, with a generous accommodation and views of the river Trent.

About this property

  • A fantastic opportunity to buy a highly individual home, built to exacting standards in 2017 by the vendor. Elm Tree House sits in a semi-rural, cul de sac position on the edge of a vibrant, popular village, and is built in a neo-Georgian style featuring coving, wall panelling, oak flooring and a bespoke oak staircase which gives the house a wonderfully characterful feel. From the home there are far-reaching views over the surrounding countryside, the gardens and the river Trent to the rear. The house has been designed with all modern conveniences, including underfloor heating, an attractive kitchen with granite work surfaces and a SMEG range cooker. The property is set within grounds of about 0.54 acres and includes flexible outbuildings and beautifully landscaped gardens.

    Elm Tree House is the ideal family home, at almost 2300 sq ft with very spacious rooms throughout. The ground floor has great spaces for entertaining, including a 38ft reception room which runs from front to back, plus an elegant farmhouse-style kitchen which opens to a light-filled orangery at the rear. There is a study at the front which is a great space for home working, and a useful shower room and WC on the ground floor. Upstairs, the four bedrooms are all an excellent size; the principal bedroom at the rear is 18ft long and has an en suite bathroom, built-in wardrobe and a balcony with river views. The family bathroom is shared by the three additional bedrooms, and has a shower and a roll-top bath.

    The property is approached over a large, private driveway which is accessed via electric gates with intercom access. The plot is very private, with iron railings to the front and mature hedging around the boundary to the rear. There is a generously proportioned detached garage with space for two cars, which also incorporates a store and a utility room with WC. To the rear of this there is an open-fronted cart shed which is currently used as a covered barbecue/entertaining space and offers plenty of additional storage. The rear garden is an excellent size, with an expansive lawn dotted with well-established trees and shrubs, a vast paved terrace adjoining the back of the house, attractive borders and a water feature. From the elevated position there are tranquil, far-reaching views over open countryside.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

This house seems excellent value for money to me, set on a large plot with far reaching views, I especially like the orangery off the kitchen and the garage/cart shed set up is first class

Roo FisherProperty agent

Local information

  • The desirable village of North Muskham is situated on the left bank of the river Trent and has a pub, community centre, a church and a primary school. There are useful access links onto the A1, A46, A17 and A617, providing commutable links into Lincoln, Nottingham and Mansfield.
  • The historic market town of Newark-on-Trent is approximately five miles to the south and has many tourist attractions and events taking place on the showground, including the famous antiques fairs attracting visitors from all over the globe. Adjacent to the showground is the Newark Air Museum which also has open days to the public. There are many well-known shops, public houses, boutiques, restaurants and attractions in the town, with the marketplace overlooked by the attractive Georgian Town Hall.
  • Nottingham (24 miles), Lincoln (20 miles) and Leicester (40 miles) all lie within commuting distance, whilst the east coast mainline allows London King Cross to be reached within 1 hour 15.
  • Disclaimer: All journey times and distances are approximate.

Additional information

  • Mains Water
  • Electricity
  • LPG
  • Central Heating: LPG
  • Mains Drainage
  • Local Authority: Newark Sherwood District Council
  • Photographs Taken: November 2023
  • EPC Rating: C
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F