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4,114 sq ft(382.20 sq m)
Guide price £750,000

Main StreetThorpe, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG23 5PX


    Key features

    • Spacious former threshing barn
    • Offering over 4,000 sq ft of accommodation
    • 6 bedrooms
    • 4 bathrooms
    • Approx 0.5 of an acre of private grounds and gardens
    • Excellent access to the A46
    • Lovely open views
    • Detached double garage
    • Remote controlled gated access

    A substantial carefully extended six bedroom former threshing barn, offering over 4,000 sq ft of accommodation and sitting in lovely grounds and gardens of approx 0.5 acres

    About this property

    • The Threshing Barn is a superb deceptively spacious period former threshing barn which has been skilfully renovated, extended and fitted to a good standard throughout and now offers very flexible high quality accommodation on the edge of the historic village of Thorpe.

      The property has a private gated drive access to a side courtyard which leads onto the house arranged in an L shape with a substantial matching two storey extension providing over 4,000 sq ft of accommodation in total.

      All of the principal rooms enjoy an outlook over the gardens and the open countryside beyond.

      In all about 0.5 of an acre or thereabouts.

      The layout of the property allows it to offer a flexible arrangement currently with a ground floor bedroom wing which could be further adapted possibly as a separate annexe or useful home office accommodation if required. There is a very fine central galleried entrance hall which leads through to
      the principal reception with an inglenook fireplace, two sets of French doors leading out to the side terraced area and deep picture window overlooking the main gardens.

      The hallway has a separate cloakroom with WC and boiler room with an oil fired boiler providing central heating.

      There is a tiled floor to the entrance hall and an upper landing area with oak flooring, deep cloaks cupboard and separate dining room/further reception room with built in cupboard, brick chimneypiece set to a hearth with a log burning stove with French doors to side courtyard and gardens beyond.

      Door from the upper hallway leads in to the superb living dining kitchen, with an extensive range of wall and base units with matching wide dresser unit, Falcon range cooker – available by separate negotiation, Neff integrated dishwasher set beneath composite working surface. Large walk-in fridge/larder unit, breakfast area with French doors to terrace and separate living area. Side hallway.

      Utility room with tiled floor and walls, stainless sink unit with stable door to side terrace, second oil fired boiler providing central heating and hot water. There are three generous bedrooms set off the side hallway and well presented
      and spacious family bathroom with panel bath with shower end, low suite WC, wash hand, fitted cupboard.

      Note - this side wing is ideally suited as a separate annexe or adaptable accommodation.

      Dog-leg staircase rises to the lovely light well lit galleried landing. Master bedroom with high vaulted ceiling, fitted wardrobes, open views. Walk-in fitted wardrobe and separate spacious en suite bathroom with a panelled bath, separate corner shower and cubicle, low suite WC and wash hand basin.

      Upper landing area leads to two further generous bedrooms each arranged with separate study/dressing area and high vaulted ceilings, one with fitted wardrobes and both benefitting from spacious en suite shower rooms with low suite WCs, separate walk-in shower area, low suite WC, wash hand basin, tiled floor and partly tiled walls.

      The property is set well back from the village street through a remote control gated entrance to a side courtyard and parking area.

      Detached double garaging with twin up and over doors. Enclosed external area with oil storage tank and water treatment system.

      To the front of the principal accommodation is a generous paved terrace and entertaining area which leads onto the spacious lawns and mature side borders with woodland area beyond the boundary and open fields aspect in part.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    Local information

    • Thorpe is a delightful village set between Nottingham and Newark with easy access to the A46 with good connections both to Newark, Nottingham and further afield to Leicester. Newark Northgate Station is approximately 6 miles away with the East Coast Mainline providing regular rail services to London and the South East and also to York and Leeds to the North.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From the A46 proceeding towards Newark, take the exit signpost to either Flintham or Syerston and proceed along the old Fosse Road towards East Stoke. On entering the village turn right towards Thorpe and proceed over the A46 turning and left off the lane to the village. The property can be seen on the left hand side.
    • EPC Rating = D