ESCAPE TO THE COUNTRY! A TWO-BEDROOMED SEMI-DETACHED COTTAGE DATING BACK TO THE 1800’S LARGE REAR GARDEN AND FANTASTIC RURAL OUTLOOKS. TWO RECEPTION ROOMS BEAMED CEILING SOME RENOVATION REQUIRED DRIVEWAY LEADING TO A DETACHED GARAGE NO UPWARD CHAIN* VIEW TODAY!
A rare opportunity to purchase a two-bedroomed semi-detached cottage originally dating back to the 1800 in the popular village of Halam with a large rear garden and fantastic rural outlooks.
The living accommodation includes entrance hall, sitting room, lounge, kitchen, downstairs toilet, two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside there is a shared driveway leading to a detached garage.
The large rear gardens are spectacular and overlook open countryside. The property would benefit from some renovation but offers so much potential, offered for sale with no upward chain we highly recommend an internal inspection.
Halam is a small and relatively unspoilt village lying north west of the thriving Minster town of Southwell in attractive rolling renowned countryside. Within Halam itself there is a highly regarded junior school, church, village hall and a public house - the essential ingredients of a traditional village lifestyle.
The village enjoys a strategically convenient location for travelling to Nottingham city centre and neighbouring principle population centres of Newark on Trent and Mansfield. There is also a bus service for pupils commuting to and from Nottingham High School.
Southwell is a thriving relatively small town renowned for its interesting historic buildings including the Minster, Cathedral Church of Diocese and Southwell Racecourse. A number of fine period buildings contribute towards an attractive series of street scenes offering an extended range of amenities and professional services. A golf course is close by at Norwood Park and there are many good local walks across unspoilt open countryside.
The Minster School offers local schooling for senior pupils and a bus service is available from Southwell to the Nottingham High Schools. Alternative independent day school options may be considered at both Salterford House and Wellow.
1.78m x 1.35m (5'10 x 4'5)
Wooden front door, radiator, solid wooden doors leading off.
1.63m x 0.76m (5'4 x 2'6)
Low flush w.c., double glazed side window, corner sink.
3.58m x 2.49m (11'9 x 8'2)
The feature of this room is lovely beamed ceiling, double glazed side window, radiator, wall light, stairs to the first floor accommodation, understairs storage cupboard.
3.68m x 3.66m (12'1 x 12)
Gas fire on tiled hearth with brick surround with shelving, Potterton back boiler, wall lights, radiator, double glazed rear window with beautiful rural outlooks, door to kitchen.
3.56m x 2.24m (11'8 x 7'4)
Fitted with a range of matching wall and base units, laminate worktops, space for freestanding oven, stainless steel sink and drainer, double glazed rear window with views, larder cupboard housing gas meter and fuze board.
Eaves storage, radiator.
3.68m x 2.31m (12'1 x 7'7)
Double glazed rear window with rural views, radiator, floor boards, loft hatch.
3.53m x 2.46m (11'7 x 8'1)
Double glazed side window, airing cupboard, radiator.
2.72m x 1.32m (8'11 x 4'4)
Low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath, double glazed side window.
To the front of the property there is a shared driveway leading to a detached single garage.
This lovely cottage is complemented by a beautifully laid out rear garden that separated into two sections. The garden directly to the rear of the property are mainly laid to lawn with hedged boundaries and planted borders f shrubs and flower. Gated access leads to rear garden which is vast and mainly laid to lawn, with hedged boundaries, mature trees. There is a greenhouse and raised vegetable garden. The perfect garden for the green-fingered enthusiast! These gardens have to be seen to be fully appreciated.
All dimensions are approximate. There may be some variation between imperial and metric measurements for ease of reference. Dimensions should not be used for fitting out.
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