This delightful period house has been cleverly extended over the years and is nestled in the heart of the highly sought after and picturesque village of Morton. Morton is a conservation area that is just a short distance from the Minster Town of Southwell with a wealth of local amenities and also benefits from being within The Minster School catchment area.
The property offers spacious accommodation over two floors and retains many traditional and characterful features. On entering the property you are greeted with a generous hallway that leads to the kitchen/diner with patio doors to the garden, utility room, cloakroom, snug featuring an original fireplace and extended living room. To the first floor the master bedroom has a modern en-suite shower room and boasts wonderful views out over the beautiful garden and surrounding countryside. There are also three other bedrooms and a family bathroom.
In total the gardens extend to approximately 0.4 acres and offers a wonderful mature plot with an abundance of greenery, established trees and shrubs. To the front of the property there is a block paved court yard for parking, double garage and four original brick stables.
The property also benefits from connection to the village broadband network, F4rn, that has speeds of 700-800 Mbps, which is ideal if you work from home.
In the village of Morton there is a fantastic public house and a useful train station, just a short walk away in the neighboring village of Fiskerton with links to Nottingham and Newark. From Newark there is a fast rail link to London.
2.45 x 2.29 (8'0" x 7'6")
Solid wood front door with glazed panels to either side, two radiators, large under stairs storage cupboard. There is also a large walk-in storage room off the hallway which has light and power points.
4.31 x 3.46 (14'1" x 11'4")
A lovely room featuring the original fireplace and stone hearth, two windows to the front, original built in cupboards and a radiator.
7.39 x 7.54 (24'2" x 24'8")
This spacious room has been extended, offering a great space for all the family to gather and enjoy. There are two windows to the front aspect, a bay window to the rear with a charming window seat and French doors to the rear patio area, fireplace with an open fire, original built in cupboards and two radiators.
5.22 x 4.17 (17'1" x 13'8")
Fitted with base and wall cabinets, worktops and tiled splashbacks, one and a half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap, dish washer, ceramic hob with extractor hood over, eye level electric oven, microwave, space for a dining table, windows to the side and rear, patio doors to the garden.
3.32 x 3.35 (10'10" x 10'11")
Space for a washing machine and dryer, wall mounted gas combination boiler, worksurface, hanging space for cloaks, window and stable door to the rear and integral door to the double garage.
Low flush WC, wash hand basin, vanity cupboard, radiator, window.
5.36 x 2.99 (17'7" x 9'9")
3.47 x 4.21 (11'4" x 13'9")
Having a lovely dual aspect of the beautiful surroundings and garden, radiator.
1.52 x 3.04 (4'11" x 9'11")
Fitted with a modern walk-in shower with rainfall shower head and hand held hose, wash hand basin with vanity drawers below, low flush WC, heated towel ladder, window to the side.
4.35 x 3.69 (14'3" x 12'1")
A great size double room with a window to the front, built in cupboard and a radiator.
3.50 x 3.73 (11'5" x 12'2")
Fitted with a double wardrobe with mirrored sliding doors, window to the front and a radiator.
2.44 x 3.15 (8'0" x 10'4")
An ample single bedroom with a stunning view of the garden, radiator.
2.30 x 3.24 (7'6" x 10'7")
Bath with shower over, low flush WC, wash hand basin, part tiled walls, radiator, window to the side.
The property sits in a quiet and peaceful location on Back Lane behind a low-level boundary wall, with one parking space to the right of the property. An opening enters the courtyard that provides further parking and leads to the double garage with electric doors, power and light. In addition, there are four original brick-built stables that are used for storage. A side gate leads to the beautiful gardens that are bursting with colour and greenery. The extensive plot is mature and well established, private and peaceful. There is a patio area perfect for alfresco dining, a BBQ and an outside tap.
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Council Tax Band G
Freehold with vacant possession.
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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