Hall Lane, Brinsley, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG16 5AH | Property for sale | Savills
1,866 sq ft(173.36 sq m)
Excess of £550,000(€649,279)

Hall LaneBrinsley, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG16 5AH

    Key features

    • Popular residential location
    • Far reaching countryside views
    • Three double bedrooms, one en suite
    • Two ground floor reception rooms
    • Open plan kitchen diner
    • Gated entry with garage and workshop

    A characterful three bedroom detached family home, arranged over three storeys with countryside views to the front aspect.

    About this property

    • Coming to the market for the first time in over 35 years, this character property offers deceptively spacious accommodation, arranged over three storeys and has been sympathetically modernised and extended by the current owner occupiers to create a modern day family home whilst retaining the character features.

      To the front of the property, the enclosed storm porch, draped in Chatsworth red grape vine, leads to the stained glass front door and into the entrance hall. There is a snug / play room off to the right hand side of the entrance hall with a bay window to the front elevation, a focal point antique wrought iron open fireplace and alcove shelving.

      The snug / play room leads on to a rear lobby, which in turn allows access to an under stairs cupboard, the ground floor WC, the kitchen and a well-appointed utility room, fitted with base storage, a secondary sink and an enclosed boiler cupboard, with space and plumbing provided for a washing machine and dryer.

      Off to the left hand side of the entrance hall is a charming sitting room, also with a bay window to the front elevation, laid with original strip oak flooring and features a picture rail and a central fireplace, fitted with an antique, 1860's fire with a stale hearth.

      A leaded door from the sitting room leads into the impressive, dual aspect kitchen diner, a lovely space, built within the extension with French doors out to the patio. The kitchen incorporates a range of grey base and wall units, with oak work surfaces and integral appliances to include a Rangemaster oven with a gas hob and extractor above, a dishwasher, and a ceramic Belfast sink, with an alcove space for a fridge freezer.

      First Floor
      Stairs ascend from the entrance hall to the first floor landing and on to the three bedrooms and family bathroom at this level. The principal bedroom suite is situated to the rear aspect, enjoying a dual aspect view over the garden and benefits a walk in wardrobe and a modern en suite shower room, holding a corner shower cubicle, a combination WC & wash hand basin unit and a chrome, heated towel rail. Bedroom two sits to the front aspect, laid with strip oak flooring and benefits a feature fireplace and a countryside view to the front elevation, as does bedroom three which is also situated to the front elevation with a built-in wardrobe. The family bathroom has recently been refitted and holds a free standing bath, a separate corner shower, a high flush WC and a dual sink vanity unit with surface mounted wash hand basins.

      A staircase from the landing leads to a loft space at second floor level, this is bordered out with a window to the east elevation. This is an ideal space for a kids den or music room. With alterations and the necessary planning permissions, there is potential for the second floor to be a 4th bedroom.

      There is ample off street parking, accessible via the sliding electric gate off Hall Lane, in addition to a detached double garage with a roller shutter door. The garage is also accessible via the patio area and benefits loft storage, a work bench and internal power and lighting.

      The delightful rear garden is very private and enjoys a patio area off the kitchen diner, incorporating two bedding planters and a stretch of lawn with well stocked borders. There is a sizeable Dutch barn with power and lighting, providing plenty of garden storage, an additional shed and a greenhouse with an adjoining vegetable garden.


      TENURE Freehold

      SERVICES Mains electricity, gas fired central heating, drainage and water are understood to be connected to the property.

      VIEWING Strictly by appointment with Savills.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    The rear extension is a great addition, allowing for a lovely kitchen diner and a principal bedroom suite.

    Luke BillsonProperty agent

    Local information

    • Brinsley is a north Nottinghamshire village situated approximately 11 miles from the city centre. The village is well placed for commuters with the A38 six miles away, the A610 under two miles away and the M1 motorway also just 3 miles from the property. Amenities within the village include a Post Office, pharmacy, a public house, tea room and a hair salon, with the nearby Brinsley Headstocks and Nature Reserve, formally the Colliery and Old Mineral Railway Line providing a pleasant recreational area. Brinsley Primary and Nursery School on Moor Road provide education to pupils within the area up to the age of 11.

    Additional information

    • Broxtowe Borough Council, tax band D.
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: D