Kersall, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG22 0BJ | Property for sale | Savills
154.03 sq m(1,658 sq ft)
Guide price £495,000

KersallNewark, Nottinghamshire, NG22 0BJ

    Key features

    • Occupying a wonderful, elevated position
    • Stunning, unobstructed countryside views
    • Characterful detached cottage
    • Three double bedrooms, one bathroom
    • Off street parking and car port
    • Three reception rooms and a study
    • No upward chain

    Three bedroom detached character cottage enjoying unobstructed countryside views.

    About this property

    • Brunt Farm is a characterful, period, three bedroom cottage enjoying an elevated position with superb, unobstructed countryside views. It benefits a south west facing garden, taking full advantage of the dramatic sunsets and provides ample scope for both indoor and al fresco entertaining.

      Entry to the south aspect from the driveway leads into the useful porch, offering coat and shoe storage and on to the kitchen diner.

      The kitchen itself is well designed to complement the age and style of the property, incorporating ‘country' style, cream base and wall units with oak work surfaces and a flagstone tiled floor. Appliances within the kitchen include an undercounter washing machine, Rangemaster oven with electric five burner gas hob and a ceramic sink / drainer. There is a useful, pull out island, providing extra work space with basket drawers below and a built-in, very useful pantry cupboard.

      Steps lead down from the kitchen to an attractive, dual aspect dining area, featuring a vaulted ceiling, French doors out to the rear decking area and a door out to the south elevation.

      The dual aspect dining room is accessible via the kitchen and provides a generous seating area, displaying a characterful, heavily beamed ceiling, a brick built feature fireplace and a double fronted view out.

      An opening from the dining room leads into to a useful study area with a door out to the south elevation and further leads through to the sitting room.

      The sitting room is a charming reception room, also displaying a beamed ceiling with a focal point, brick built fireplace, an adjoining log store area and an inset log burner. The log store area holds a drop down loft ladder, providing access to a useful, roof space. French doors from the sitting room lead out to the south aspect.

      A more formal entrance to the property is located to the east elevation which leads into an entrance hall and on to a ground floor WC, understairs storage and a small storage cupboard.

      Stairs ascend from the main entrance hall to a first floor landing, off which sit three bedrooms and a family bathroom. Bedroom one is situated to the rear of the property, a double bedroom enjoying a dual aspect and built-in wardrobe. Bedroom two is also a good sized double bedroom and neighbours the four piece family bathroom which is fitted with a corner shower enclosure, wall mounted wash hand basin, a low level WC and a fitted bath. Bedroom three sits to the end of the property and also enjoys a dual aspect, offering superb views and incorporates fitted wardrobes and dressing table.

      A driveway to the side of the property leads to a hard standing parking area which also serves as a turning circle and on to a versatile, covered structure which could be used as a car port, an open fronted seating area or summer kitchen.

      There is a raised decking platform which is also accessible from the kitchen diner and a lawned area. This section of the garden provides a very pleasant, tranquil seating area, enjoying the undulating countryside views that Brunt Farm has to offer.

      Heavily planted bedding areas define the pathway from the drive to the rear entrance porch and also on to a small workshop which benefits internal lighting and power.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    The property has a very tranquil feel about it and the views on offer are extremely hard to come by.

    Luke BillsonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Kersall is a delightful, picturesque hamlet lying 9 miles northwest of Newark, Nottinghamshire. Nearby market towns of Southwell (8 miles south) and Newark on Trent (8.5 miles) offer extensive facilities and amenities with an abundance of both independent and national chain stores. Newark on Trent provides a direct link to the A1 arterial route, with the A46 also just 8 miles from the property. Newark Northgate train station offers mainline rail access through to London in just 1hr 11min. There are two primary schools within 2.5 miles of the property and the Tuxford Academy secondary school 6 miles away, boasting an Ofsted outstanding rating (15 December 2020).

    Additional information

    • COUNCIL TAX - Newark & Sherwood District Council, tax band E.
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E