Broadgate Lane, Kelham, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG23 5RZ | Property for sale | Savills
2,356 sq ft(218.88 sq m)
Guide price £695,000(€822,334)

Broadgate LaneKelham, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG23 5RZ

    Key features

    • The former bothie to Kelham Hall
    • Set in a delightful plot of 0.7 acres
    • Offering a versatile arrangement
    • Four bedrooms, three bathrooms
    • Three ground floor reception rooms
    • 3 miles from mainline station to London

    A characterful four bedroom detached family home set in a plot of 0.72 acres retaining an abundance of character which is well combined with later, more modern additions.

    About this property

    • The Old Bothie sits within a delightful conservation area and once made up part of the Kelham Hall estate, being the resting place for the estates garden staff. The property retains an abundance of character which is well combined with later, more modern additions. The accommodation is arranged over two storeys and enjoys a versatile arrangement, spanning some 2350sqft to briefly include four bedrooms, three bathrooms, three reception rooms and a breakfast kitchen.

      Entry to the front of the property leads into the contemporary entrance hall, featuring a roof lantern, a dual aspect view with the triple glazed Olson windows holding an internal blind system and is laid with a stone tiled floor benefiting underfloor heating.

      The entrance hall allows direct access to the ground floor shower room which is fully tiled with underfloor heating and is fitted with a low level WC, a wall mounted wash hand basin and a large, open fronted shower. An opening from the entrance hall leads into the original hall and the extensive accommodation on the ground floor.

      Off the hall to the left hand side sits the kitchen diner, a bright, spacious, dual aspect room with beautiful views over the mature garden, featuring a beamed ceiling and a range of traditional, pine base and wall units and integral appliances to include a four ring gas hob, a one and a half bowl sink, an oven and grill, with extensive space and plumbing for white goods.

      A secondary entrance porch is attached to the kitchen on the west elevation, with access also granted to the utility room and ground floor WC from the kitchen area. The external space to the west elevation between the kitchen and garage presents an ideal area for a kitchen extension, subject to the necessary planning consents.

      A modern, dual aspect garden room is positioned to the rear of the property, a lovely, bright room with views over part of the walled garden and bi-fold doors holding an internal blind system. The formal dining room sits off to the right hand side of the hall, to the front of the property, having a beamed ceiling and a bay window. Enjoying a view across the garden, the delightful, bright sitting room benefits a dual aspect with exposed beams and a corner cast iron fireplace with a stone hearth.

      Occupying the south west corner of the house is bedroom four / study, with both a countryside view to the side of the property and a view into the courtyard to the front elevation.

      First Floor
      Stairs ascend from the inner hall to a bright, spacious landing with built-in wardrobes and on to the three generous double bedrooms, all of which are fitted with built-in wardrobes. The sizeable, principal bedroom sits to the rear elevation with double fronted views over the walled garden and a generous five piece en suite bathroom, holding a vanity wash hand basin, a fitted bath, a separate shower cubicle, bidet and a low level WC. A further double bedroom is positioned to the side elevation, with bedroom three set to the front of the property, neighbouring the family bathroom. The family bathroom is fitted with an avocado suite to include a low level WC, a pedestal wash hand basin and a fitted bath with shower over.

      Undoubtedly a highlight of The Old Bothie is its plot, totaling some 0.72 acres of very private, quiet mature garden space. The principal, walled garden area, to the rear of the property includes two patio seating areas, a stretch of lawn, well stocked borders and mature bedding planting and shrubbery.

      Archways from the walled garden lead to both the garden area to the rear of the garage, as well as a large, mostly level expanse of lawn with a fenced boundary and an arrangement of mature trees. There is a separate, partially walled garden area to the rear of the garage and a further garden area to the southern aspect, holding a large greenhouse with brick built upstands and a mechanical louvre roof system.

      There is off street parking for a number of vehicles via the gravelled driveway, in addition to the garage which benefits internal power, lighting and a roller shutter door. A detached, brick building forms part of the entrance structure and provides useful storage / workshop space.

      Agents Note
      We have been advised by the sellers that the field to the south of The Old Bothie is subject to a planning application for use as a solar field, although it is to be set back from the road and there are screening provisions planned.

      There will be an overage clause added to the most northern parcel of garden land. Please contact the office for further details on this point.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    The grounds and countryside views are a real highlight of The Old Bothie's offering.

    Luke BillsonProperty agent

    Local information

    • The village of Kelham on the A617 offers a charming country pub and is home to Kelham Hall, with its 42 acres of gardens and parkland grounds. The village is conveniently located for Southwell (5.6 miles), a historic Minster town with many local amenities including independent and chain retail stores, restaurants, inns, leisure facilities, the highly regarded Minster School and the all weather Racecourse. More comprehensive amenities can be found in the market town of Newark on Trent (2.3 miles) which has a direct line rail connection from Northgate Station (3 miles) to London Kings Cross which takes from around 80 minutes. The A1 trunk road (2.7 miles) is readily accessible providing excellent commuter access to the north and south of the country.

    Additional information

    • Newark & Sherwood District Council, tax band G.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G