Main Street, Kirklington, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG22 8ND | Property for sale | Savills
3,901 sq ft(362.41 sq m)
Asking price £799,000(€911,029)

Main StreetKirklington, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG22 8ND

    Key features

    • Versatile living accommodation
    • Four reception room & Orangery
    • Six bedrooms
    • Three bathrooms
    • Smallbone of Devizes kitchen
    • Landscaped gardens
    • Sought after location

    A charming Grade II listed period detached family home nestling in the heart of this highly sought after village.

    About this property

    • Ground floor - Part glazed entrance door leads to the reception hall with coved ceiling, wall lights and understairs cupboard with useful cloakroom comprising, low flush WC, wash hand basin, pine panelling, door out to the south aspect.

      A spacious and opulent Drawing Room superb marble fireplace with cast iron insets and open grate with flagstone hearth, beamed ceiling, wall lights, TV point, two picture windows with casements, small side window, two radiators.

      Dining Room with Adam styled fire surround, sliding sash window to the front, two side panelled windows, radiator and wall lights. A bright reception room with two casement windows, TV point, radiator, coved ceiling, downlighters, storage cupboard and marble fireplace with multi-fuel stove.

      A stunning orangery constructed by Vale Gardens, the double glazed conservatory includes, Italian tiled flooring with underfloor heating, two French doors, opening vertical casements, glass roof with blinds and electrically controlled opening lights.

      Family kitchen with attractive 'Smallbone' handmade furniture to encompass base and wall units, contrasting granite worksurfaces and surrounds, freestanding Fisher Paykel fridge, and canopied extractor hood, twin bowl inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, dresser unit with oak surface, part tiled walls, downlighters, sliding sash picture window.

      Utility room comprises single drainer stainless steel sink unit, traditional storage cupboards, laminate worksurfaces, tiled flooring, oil fired central heating boiler, glazed door to the rear courtyard.

      Superb period galleried landing - with Georgian front window and wall lights.

      The principal delightful bedroom dual aspect room with radiator, beamed ceiling, two casement windows and one sash window, and louvred storage cupboards.

      Main bathroom is accessible from Bedroom One and Landing. Comprising panelled bath and mixer shower, low flush WC, wash hand basin, bidet, radiator and casement window.
      Bedroom Two with casement window, radiator, wall lights, beamed ceiling, two double wardrobes.

      Guest bathroom with white suite comprising panelled bath, low flush WC, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, radiator, casement window, ornate wood flooring.

      Bedroom Three is a traditional marble fireplace and gas burner on flagstone hearth, telephone point, gas wall heater, two casement windows. (This room has been used as both sitting room and study).

      Bedroom Four with built-in wardrobes, radiator, casement window.

      Bathroom with three piece suite with panelled bath, low flush WC, wash hand basin, part tiled walls, tiled flooring, airing cupboard, heated towel rail, small casement window

      Second floor comprises of:

      Bedroom Five, Two casement windows, two radiators, beamed ceiling.

      Bedroom Six, Two casement windows, two radiators, beamed ceiling.

      Outside - This stunning Grade II listed Farmhouse has a most appealing double fronted façade clad with Wisteria and a walled, gated and fenced fore garden. These gardens extend and widen out to a magnificent formal shaped lawned area with beautifully stocked traditional shrubberies, ornamental pond and central fountain/water feature, panoply of mature trees interspersed amongst the garden.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Opulence and Grandeur best describe this beautiful period residence

    Ian MarriottProperty agent

    Local information

    • The Old Farm is in the heart of the attractive village of Kirklington.
    • The Minster town of Southwell is 3 miles to the south which offers a full range of shops including supermarkets and restaurants. There is excellent schooling nearby: a good primary school in the village, Wellow Preparatory School 5 miles away, the Minster School in Southwell and Nottingham High School easily accessible.
    • Communication links are excellent both to the west(M1) and to the east with the A1 and the rail service to London from Newark Northgate being about one hour twenty minutes to London Kings Cross.
    • There is a good range of leisure facilities in the area with golf being available at Norwood Park and racing at Southwell.

    Additional information

    • Newark and Sherwood District Council
    • Band G
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G