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Property Features

 Detached House
 Three Bedrooms
 Approx. 0.3 Acre Plot
 Two Reception Rooms
 Driveway & Double Garage
 Far Reaching Views
 Endless Potential STPP
 No Upward Chain
House - Detached
3BEDS
1BATHS
2RECEPTION
offers in excess of £475,000

A unique opportunity to purchase a wonderful family home situated in a rare SIZEABLE PLOT of approximately 0.3 OF AN ACRE, standing in a commanding position, ENJOYING UNRIVALLED OPEN COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS on desirable MAIN ROAD, RAVENSHEAD. With a WONDERFUL, MATURE SOUTH FACING REAR GARDEN, DRIVEWAY, and DOUBLE GARAGE. This THREE BEDROOM DETACHED HOME, offers endless scope with PLENTY OF POTENTIAL to create your dream home subject to planning. THIS IS THE VERY FIRST TIME THIS HOME HAS EVER BEEN TO MARKET and it benefits from NO ONWARD CHAIN. Viewings strictly by appointment for proceedable purchasers only. Contact Gascoines Ravenshead Office to book your viewing.

Three bedroom traditional detached property occupying approximately 0.3 of an acre on sought after Main Road, a highly favoured address in the popular village of Ravenshead. Positioned on the edge of the village, with a rarely available large plot offering endless opportunities and affording simply stunning views across countryside with open fields and woodland creating a lovely setting.

A more than generous frontage with wonderful grounds comprising a deep lawned front garden with a large curving driveway allowing parking for numerous vehicles. This leads to a useful attached double garage and to the property itself with its spacious accommodation.

This home offers plenty of scope to refurbish and remodel the layout to the prospective purchasers own design, together with the potential for extending, subject to obtaining the required permissions. Currently, the layout comprises entrance porch, ground floor cloakroom and reception hall leading to two reception rooms which are both of a good size and comprise a lounge and dining room. The kitchen completes the ground floor with a rear hallway and separate utility room. The first floor includes three bedrooms and a bathroom. Each of the bedrooms has superb views over the surrounding countryside or gardens.

The rear garden is idyllically south facing and features a large lawn which seems endless, a meandering pathway runs the length and there are well stocked beds dotted about. The garden is enclosed with hedged perimeter, edged with mature planting and established shrubbery borders.

With the benefit of no onward chain, this unique family home has all the benefits of a village setting, enviable countryside views and the exciting potential of offering excellent scope for the future.

Entrance Porch

The property is entered via the front door with a useful entrance porch.

Cloakroom

The ground floor cloakroom is fitted with wash basin and low flush w.c. Having uPVC window to the front.

Reception Hall

The inner reception hall with stairs to first floor, is decorated with coving to the ceiling. With radiator, heater and a useful storage cupboard.

Lounge

4.55m x 3.76m (14'11" x 12'4")

A light and bright room with dual aspect uPVC windows to the side and rear. Decorated with coving to the ceiling, and having radiator and gas fire with stone surround.

Dining Room

3.58m x 3.40m (11'9" x 11'2")

Second reception room ideal for use as a dining room. Having uPVC window to the side and front with far reaching views. Decorated with coving to the ceiling and having radiator.

Kitchen

3.76m x 3.20m (12'4" x 10'6")

The kitchen is fitted with a range and of wall and base units, with one and a half bowl sink and drainer, and practical tiled splash backs. There is space for an oven, heater, pantry, and a uPVC window to the rear offering views of the large mature garden.

Rear Hall

The rear hall leads to the practical separate utility room and has a door opening to the rear garden.

Utility

2.77m x 1.88m (9'1" x 6'2")

Functional separate utility room fitted with base units and having practical sink and drainer. There is plumbing for washing machine, and space for dryer. There is a practical door that leads directly to the garage, and uPVC window to the rear.

First Floor

Landing

The first floor landing has a uPVC window to the side. There is an airing cupboard with Baxi boiler, and access to the loft.

Bedroom One

3.96m x 3.76m (13' x 12'4")

Bedroom one is a good sized double room, fitted with built in wardrobes. Decorated with coving to the ceiling, and having radiator and uPVC window to the rear overlooking the garden.

Bedroom Two

3.66m x 3.40m (12' x 11'2")

Second double bedroom decorated with coving to the ceiling, and having radiator. With uPVC window to the front enjoying far reaching countryside views.

Bedroom Three

3.23m x 2.77m (10'7" x 9'1")

Third well proportioned room with radiator, having coving to the ceiling, useful built in cupboard, and uPVC window to the rear.

Bathroom

2.87m x 1.91m (9'5" x 6'3")

Bathroom fitted with a panelled bath having shower over, wash basin and low flush w.c. Having tiled walls, radiator, and a uPVC window to the front.

Outside

The house stands well back from Main Road in a generous plot of approximately 0.3 of an acre and is surrounded by well-established gardens, With a large front lawn enjoying fine views over the surrounding countryside and a driveway giving parking in front of the house for numerous vehicles. The attached large double garage has power, lighting and electric up and over door. There are access points via either side of the house leading to the large south facing rear garden. The substantial garden being a genuine feature of the property, is largely laid to lawn with well-stocked beds and borders, filled with a variety of mature flowers and shrubs. The garden is set within a mature perimeter of enclosed hedged surround.

Why we love Main Road

Main Road runs through the beautiful village of Ravenshead and this address is extremely desirable as it enjoys exceptional views of picturesque open countryside. A walk or drive to the village centre offers friendly local shops including a post office, chemist and hairdressers amongst other amenities. The village has its own leisure centre and village hall, church, doctors surgery and a dentists too. There are two highly desirable primary schools and bus services to closeby secondary schools and colleges. On Main Road you will also find The Little John and Larch Farm pubs plus a Sainsbury’s Local and a Farm shop. There are several other local pubs and highly recommended places to eat. Open countryside surrounds the lovely village, and historic Newstead Abbey can be found here. Ravenshead is ideally situated for easy access to Mansfield and Nottingham for a wider range of amenities and there are fast links to transport routes to further afield.

Fixtures & Fittings

Only fixtures and fittings specifically described within these particulars of sale are included.

Measurements

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.

Tenure

Freehold with vacant possession.

Council tax band

COUNCIL TAX BAND F

Terms & Conditions

For full Terms and Conditions please visit www.gascoines.co or ask for them in your local branch.

Consumer Protection

IMPORTANT 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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