Osmanthorpe Manor is the finest of Grade II listed period homes which is situated in in the heart of the most beautiful rural landscape. Extended families should note this extended residence benefits from a substantial extension which offers occupiers independent living within the comfort of the home. Conveniently the property is located on the outskirts of the highly sought after village of Kirklington.
Kirklington is a small village set in undulating countryside approximately three miles to the north west of Southwell, and conveniently placed to enjoy access to Nottingham City Centre, Newark on Trent and Mansfield. The affluent Minster town of Southwell has an extensive range of retail amenities, professional services and sport centre whilst Southwell schooling being of a renowned standard. The neighbouring market town of Newark on Trent offers an additional range of retail amenities, professional services and leisure facilities. From Newark there is direct access to the A1 national road network and a direct rail link into London's Kings Cross with a scheduled journey time of 80 85 minutes.
From the walled garden the property may by accessed via an original entrance door into the vestibule with a pitch and beam ceiling which opens into the hall which has a parquet floor and an ornate staircase. The hallway sweeps round the front of the property and gives access to both formal reception rooms both enjoying views to the front aspect and feature fireplaces. Heart of the home is the substantial farmhouse kitchen with AGA which is conveniently located adjacent to a dining/family room. Additionally, located to the rear side of the ground floor is a substantial sized extension with office/bedroom, separate open plan lounge, kitchen and access to the shower room.
The first floor accommodation offers four substantial sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom with three further attic rooms located to the second floor. The accommodation lends itself perfectly for reconfiguration to provide additional bedrooms or bathrooms.
Externally the extensive grounds extend to approximately an acre. The gardens are mainly laid to lawn and boast a delightful formal walled garden to the front aspect with the rear and side garden featuring an orchard and vegetable plot. The gardens captures sunlight at different times during the day and is perfect for families to enjoy outdoor entertaining in the summer months. The gardens also enjoy views over adjacent farmland and countryside which can be appreciated during all seasons throughout the year.
The property is approached via sweeping driveway with a parking area providing ample off road parking. Located to the side of the drive whilst at the rear of the drive, is a detached brick built cart barn (former farm outbuilding) which provides potential for the creation of garaging or conversion into additional accommodation, subject to any necessary planning consents.
The striking original entrance door opens through to the beautiful hallway with windows to both sides flooding the area with natural light. Teak parquet flooring, two useful store cupboards, radiator and Victorian staircase to the first floor.
6.12m x 5.18m (20'1" x 17'0")
The heart of the home this extensive farmhouse kitchen boasts an AGA, quarts worktops, a range of drawers and base units and stainless-steel sink and drainer. Space for dishwasher and fridge-freezer, tiled floor, two windows to the side aspect and a radiator.
6.02m x 4.55m max (19'9" x 14'11" max )
A versatile room with an angled bay window to the front and double glazed window to the side. Feature open fireplace with marble surround and tiled hearth, picture rail and a radiator.
5.94m x 4.67m max (19'6" x 15'4" max)
This stunning lounge is the perfect place to sit and relax. The room is incredibly light and bright yet retaining a homely feel, feature brick-built fireplace with marble surround and tiled hearth, angled bay double glazed window to the front and window to the side, radiator.
4.85m x 4.70m max (15'11" x 15'5" max )
Perfect for entertaining this sophisticated dining room has a beamed ceiling, radiator and window to the side aspect.
Shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC, tiled floor, obscure window to the rear.
4.55m x 3.35m (14'11" x 11'0")
This well insulated, large double bedroom has ample space for furniture, window to the front overlooking the garden and open fields, radiator.
5.23m x 2.18m (17'2" x 7'2")
A great size room with French doors opening out on to the front patio area. Space for relaxing and dining, window to the side and a radiator.
4.52m x 1.83m (14'10" x 6'0")
Fitted kitchen well appointed with base and wall cupboards in cream high gloss, stainless steel sink and drainer, electric hob and integrated electric oven, space and plumbing for washing machine, window to the rear, radiator and loft hatch.
Window to the rear, stairs to attic.
4.67m x 3.78m (15'4" x 12'5")
This elegant bedroom is well lit by the two double glazed windows to the front providing extensive views over open countryside, useful walk in wardrobe, radiator and door leading to en-suite.
Comprising WC and wash hand basin.
4.75m x 4.62m (15'7" x 15'2")
Charming and spacious bedroom with two windows to the front, again with stunning views, feature fireplace and a radiator.
4.70m x 4.60m (15'5 x 15'1)
A further double bedroom with built in cupboard providing hanging space, window to the side with beautiful views, radiator.
6.10m x 4.11m (20' x 13'6 )
Light and airy the fourth bedroom is also a fantastic size, windows to the side and rear, radiator.
4.65m x 3.43m (15'3" x 11'3")
Generous sized family bathroom with five-piece suite comprising shower cubicle, cast iron bath, WC, wash hand basin and bidet. Airing cupboard with mirrored sliding doors housing the hot water tank, two radiators.
There are three rooms in the attic all providing ample storage space.
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Council Tax Band F
Freehold with vacant possession.
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