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Property Features

Detached Cottage in Approximately 4.8 acres
Rural Village Location
Three Bedroom and One Bathroom
Three Reception Rooms
Former Windmill/Sudio
Ample Parking, Gated Driveway, Garage and Workshop
Mature Gardens
Extensive Grounds and Paddocks
house - detached
3BEDS
1BATHS
3RECEPTION
Guide Price £795,000

GUIDE PRICE £795,000 - £835,000.
Nestled in the countryside in approximately 4.8 acres, sits this delightful cottage and studio.
The beautiful rural setting is surrounded by open countryside and boasts panoramic views in every direction. Windmill Cottage was creatively designed and built in 1994, using many of the original farmhouse bricks but has recently been upgraded by the current owners, including new UPVC windows and composite doors.

Internally the accommodation is light and bright and interesting in design, with many characterful features. To the ground floor, the entrance porch provides access into the utility area and cloakroom which then lead to the open plan kitchen/diner/family room, which features an oil-fired Aga and enjoys stunning views of the surrounding gardens and paddocks. There is also a cosy snug with electric stove, sophisticated sitting room and a beautiful garden room that floods with natural light and features an original Mill stone windowsill and patio doors to the garden.
To the first floor there are two good size double bedrooms, both benefiting from fabulous views and an ample third bedroom with a built-in walk-in wardrobe. The family bathroom has been upgraded with a new four-piece white suite including a tiled shower enclosure and panelled bath.
Outside there is a very special circular studio what was in fact the ground floor of the original windmill which dates to 1814. This unique building, steeped in history now benefits from a bespoke composite front door but retains all its character and charm including an original Mill stone step.
The grounds and gardens are simply stunning with many areas to explore and enjoy. These include a mature, well stocked front garden featuring an original well, patio areas, vegetable plots, space for chickens, a timber garage, workshop, and a green house. Beyond the garden are extensive open paddocks, perfect for sheep or equestrian use. There is ample parking with a sweeping driveway that circles around the Windmill Studio.
Located on the outskirts of the village of Upton which is just 3 miles from the Minster Town of Southwell with good access to Newark, Mansfield and the A1. Southwell offers a wide range of amenities including a leisure centre, supermarket, artisan bakeries, independent shops, cafes, doctors and outstanding schools. A school bus is available from Upton to Lowes Wong and the Minster.

GROUND FLOOR
ENTRANCE PORCHExposed brick porch with new composite front door, tiled floor, hanging space for cloaks, window to the side, cupboard housing the oil-fired boiler.
UTILITY ROOM9'10" x 8'5"Space and plumbing for a washing machine and dryer, work surface with inset circular sink with swan neck mixer tap, window to the front, tiled floor, two useful pantries, radiator, panelling to the walls.
CLOAKROOMLow flush WC, wash hand basin, tiled floor, radiator, window to the side, panelling to the walls.
KITCHEN/DINER/FAMILY ROOM18'11" x 15'1"The heart of the home… This room is perfect for all the family to gather and enjoy, whilst taking in the beautiful views of the paddocks and countryside. The kitchen is fitted with solid Oak cabinets, granite worktops, tiled splashbacks, ceramic sink and drainer, window to the front and an oil-fired Aga. There is ample space for a dining table and plenty of room to relax and entertain.
SNUG12'9" x 10'1"Featuring a fireplace that could have a log burner fitted (if required) but currently there is an electric stove, under stairs storage cupboard, two radiators, window to the rear, stairs to the first floor.
SITTING ROOM11'8" x 13'7"Windows to the side and rear, laminate flooring, radiator.
GARDEN ROOM/STUDY15'7" x 7'4"A beautiful room to work from home in, with stunning views to three aspects. French doors open to the garden and rear patio area, original Mill Stone windowsill.
FIRST FLOOR
LANDING4'6" x 10'0"A/C housing the hot water cylinder.
BEDROOM ONE11'3" x 12'6"A beautiful double room with breath-taking views over the countryside, two built-in-wardrobes, radiator, two windows.
BEDROOM TWO9'11" x 12'5"Another good size double bedroom with two windows and a radiator.
BEDROOM THREE7'4" x 10'1"An ample single bedroom with a window, a radiator, and a walk-in-wardrobe. There is also access to the loft boarded space via a loft hatch and pull-down ladder.
BATHROOM7'8" x 12'4"Fitted with a new white suite comprising panelled bath, low flush WC, wash hand basin, tiled shower encloser with glass door, wall mounted vanity cabinet, heated towel ladder, radiator, window to the front.
GARDENS & GROUNDSThe property is accessed via the village of Upton or from the A617 onto Hockerton lane. There are two gated entrances, one leads to land and vegetable plots, the other leads to the sweeping driveway with ample parking area, garage and workshop. The impressive grounds, which total approx. 4.8 acres are beautifully maintained and offer your own idyllic piece of countryside.
STUDIO20'2" x 20'2"This former Windmill is now a fabulous and unique studio. The circular building benefits from new windows and bespoke composite doors, wood flooring, power and light.
SERVICESThe property has an oiled fired central heating system, private drainage including a septic tank and electricity.
MONEY LAUNDERINGUnder the Protecting Against Money Laundering and the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, Gascoines require any successful purchasers proceeding with a purchase to provide two forms of identification i.e. passport or photocard driving license and a recent utility bill. This evidence will be required prior to Gascoines instructing solicitors in the purchase or the sale of a property.
OUTGOINGSCouncil Tax Band E
PROPERTY TENUREFreehold with vacant possession.
ROOM MEASUREMENTSAll 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.
VIEWINGSContact Gascoines Southwell for more information.
TERMS AND CONDITIONSFor our full Terms and Conditions visit www.gascoines.co
CONSUMER PROTECTIONImportant Notice Relating To The Consumer Protection From Unfair Trading (2008)
Gascoines Chartered Surveyors, on its behalf and for the vendor of this property whose agents they are, give notice that: (i) The particulars are set out as a general outline only for guidance of intending purchaser and do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract. (ii) All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for and occupation, and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be accurate, but any intending purchaser or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. All photographs are historic. Maps and plans are not to scale.

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