Est. Mortgage £3,206 per month
The Poplars is a fine detached period six bedroomed house believed to date back to Circa 1750 with later extensions set in excess of 1 acre of its own grounds with beautiful rural views. The property is situated on the outskirts of Newark and has well maintained and presented living accommodation having the benefit of an oil fired central heating system.The attractive and mature gardens surround the house with an approach driveway leading to a modern brick built double garage with integral open bay store. The main gardens are south facing and enjoy views over the nearby open countryside. There is a useful self contained one bedroomed annexe which has been sympathetically converted from a range of outbuildings and would be suitable accommodation for growing children or an elderly relative.
The main entrance door gives access to a large L shaped reception hallway with a walk-in cloaks cupboard and a fine staircase leading to a galleried landing. The principal reception rooms consist of a lounge with two west facing box sash windows, dining room, a modern conservatory extension providing a room which is currently used as a study, farmhouse style dining kitchen with connecting door to a large utility room with a walk-in pantry. From the main reception hallway there is a connecting door to the annexe which provides the following accommodation; double bedroom with door leading to a sitting room, hallway, bathroom with an attractive white Heritage suite and accessible bath, kitchen with shaker design units and fired earth floor tiles and conservatory. From the first floor there is a large galleried landing, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, guest bedroom two, guest bathroom and dressing room. Bedroom three is situated in the original part of the house with a west facing box sash window, bedroom four with built in double wardrobe and a west facing box sash window, family bathroom, dressing room with connecting door to bedroom five.
This beautiful period home would be ideal for a family who may also be looking for additional accommodation to house extended family, growing children or an elderly relative. The surrounding grounds allow for a high degree of privacy and the property is situated close to Newark and within convenient commuting distance of Nottingham and Lincoln, with nearby railway stations having train services connecting to London Kings Cross with journey time approximately 75 minutes.
Hawton is an attractive village located just 3 miles from Newark town centre where there are excellent shopping facilities including Waitrose, Asda, Morrisons and Aldi supermarkets. The town has an attractive Georgian market square with regular markets, a variety of interesting shops and good quality cafes, bars and restaurants. There is primary and secondary schooling in the area of good repute including the Highfields Independent Primary School. Secondary schools include the Thomas Magnus and Newark Academy which gained good Ofsted reports in 2019. There are grammar schools at Grantham and Sleaford.
The property is believed to date from Circa 1750 with 19th century additions and modern conversions and extensions carried out in recent years. The house is constructed with red brick elevations under a clay pantiled roof covering with modern glazed conservatory extensions. The living accommodation which is arranged over 2 levels can be further described as follows:-Ground FloorReception Hallway 'l' Shaped (3.66m x 2.54m + 7.72m x 4.17m (12' x 8'4 + 25'4 x)Main entrance door to the north elevation gives access to the entrance area with beamed ceiling and a large walk-in cloaks cupboard measuring 7'10 x 4'1. The main reception hallway has the staircase leading to a galleried landing, full height ceiling with atrium roof light, bookshelves and cupboard built into recess, double panelled radiator. There are doors leading to the reception rooms and a connecting door to the annex accommodation.Further Hallway ViewWc (2.26m x 1.35m (7'5 x 4'5))With tiled floor, radiator, wash hand basin set on a wooden wash stand, low suite WC.Drawing Room (7.67m x 4.34m (25'2 x 14'3))With two radiators, two box sash windows to the west elevation, brick open fireplace with cast iron grate and flag stone hearth, attractive period Minster stone fire surround, period ceiling cornice. This room is part of the original house dating back to Circa 1750 and has a connecting door to the dining room.Dining Room (4.29m x 3.56m (14'1 x 11'8))This room also formed part of the original house and part of the floor has a mosaic tiled floor dating from when this room was used as a hallway. Radiator, box sash window to the south elevation, built in cupboards and drawers.Family Sitting Room (4.57m x 4.34m (15' x 14'3 ))With French doors to the south elevation giving access to the garden. Two radiators, attractive brick arch period open fireplace and hearth, built in cupboard, TV point, two boxed in ceiling beams, connecting doors giving access to the dining room and kitchen.Conservatory/Study (3.73m x 2.57m (12'3 x 8'5))This contemporary extension has wooden double glazed units and pitched double glazed roof built on a brick base. Attractive fired earth tiled floor.Farmhouse Dining Kitchen (4.50m x 4.09m (14'9 x 13'5))This impressive kitchen has space for a dining table. A brick fireplace opening housing the oil fired AGA range which also provides hot water heating. Former bread oven with pine shelving and a built in cupboard, heavily beamed ceiling, terracotta style ceramic tiled floor, range of painted wood shaker design kitchen units with base cupboards, drawers and a shelving unit. Oak working surfaces above with twin Belfast sink, chrome mixer tap, plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge, wall mounted cupboard with glazed doors. Window to the south elevation overlooking the main garden. Features include wall mounted original servant bells, connecting door to the utility room.Utility Room (4.45m x 3.89m (14'7 x 12'9))With ceramic tiled floor covering, external entrance door giving access to the courtyard. Range of units comprise painted wood shaker style base cupboards and drawers, oak working surfaces over, Belfast sink with brass style mixer tap, space and plumbing for washing machine, built in larder cupboards with painted wooden doors. South facing window, ceiling pulley and clothes drying rack.Pantry (3.58m x 1.68m (11'9 x 5'6))This large walk-in pantry has quarry tiled floor, wall mounted shelving and a stone thrall.Annexe AccommodationThis self contained annexe is accessed by a connecting door from the reception hallway giving access to the bedroom.Annexe Bedroom Six (3.51m x 3.53m (11'6 x 11'7))With Yorkshire sliding window to the north elevation, built in triple wardrobe, radiator, beamed ceiling, wash hand basin with vanity cupboard below, low suite WC.Annexe Sitting Room (4.78m x 3.48m (15'8 x 11'5))With two windows to the north elevation and one window to the south elevation. Radiator, beamed ceiling, TV point, feature fire surround with stone hearth and space for an electric fire if required.Annexe HallwayWith fired earth travertine floor tiles, stable entrance door to the south elevation giving access to the courtyard.Annexe Bathroom (2.21m x 1.98m (7'3 x 6'6 ))With attractive white Heritage suite comprising wash hand basin and vanity cupboard, low suite WC, accessible bath, panelled dado, vaulted and beamed ceiling, halogen downlight, electric chrome towel radiator, built in corner cupboard with shelving, fired earth travertine floor tiles, wall mounted extractor fan.Annexe Kitchen (3.71m x 2.21m (12'2 x 7'3))With double glazed window to the side elevation, vaulted and beamed ceiling, fired earth travertine floor tiles with electric under floor heating, shaker style kitchen units comprising; base cupboards, drawers and magic corners, wooden working surfaces over, inset ceramic sink and drainer. Appliances include electric oven, electric induction hob with extractor over. Space for a small dining table, internal window with aspect to hallway.Annexe Garden Room/Conservatory (3.73m x 2.57m (12'3 x 8'5))Wooden double glazed structure with a pitched double glazed glass roof built on a brick base, fired earth tiled floor.First FloorGalliered Landing (7.70m x 4.14m (25'3 x 13'7))Overall measurement including stairwell.
With attractive balustrade and rail around the stairwell, atrium style roof light, east facing window.Inner Landing (9.04m x 1.07m (29'8 x 3'6))With north facing window, book shelving and radiator.Master Bedroom (4.78m x 4.47m (15'8 x 14'8))With box sash window to the window to the south elevation, radiator and ceiling cornice.En-Suite Bathroom (4.42m x 2.06m (14'6 x 6'9))Ceramic tiled floor with electric under floor heating, electric towel radiator, two box sash windows, suite comprising a free standing roll top slipper bath, Sanitan wash hand basin set in a marble counter with vanity unit below and a low suite WC.Guest Bedroom Two (4.06m x 3.35m (13'4 x 11' ))With south facing box sash window, radiator, ceiling cornice.Guest Bathroom (4.06m x 3.43m (13'4 x 11'3))With white suite comprising low suite WC, panelled bath, wash hand basin set on a wash stand with marble counter. Tiled shower cubicle with Showerlux screen door, over head shower, two south facing windows, airing cupboard with slatted shelving.Dressing Room (3.84m x 1.83m (12'7 x 6'))With arch reveal, built in cupboard with glass door, two double wardrobes, south facing box sash window, coved ceiling.Bedroom Three (4.65m x 4.39m (15'3 x 14'5))West facing box sash window, radiator.Bedroom Four (4.37m x 4.24m (14'4 x 13'11 ))West facing box sash window, double wardrobe, radiator, loft access hatch.Family Bathroom (3.51m x 3.45m (11'6 x 11'4))North facing Yorkshire sliding window. Low suite WC, wash stand and ceramic wash hand basin, free standing roll top bath, double panelled radiator, airing cupboard with slatted shelving, built in cupboard with shelving and glass doors.Dressing Room (3.66m x 3.66m (12' x 12' ))With north facing Yorkshire sliding window, radiator, connecting door to bedroom five.Bedroom Five (4.78m x 3.51m (15'8 x 11'6))Window to the north elevation, double panelled radiator, loft access hatch.OutsideThe grounds extend to in excess of 1 acre or thereabouts. The property is surrounded on all sides by mature and established gardens with the principal gardens being on the south side of the house. A long tarmacadam driveway approaches the house from the road and gives access to the double garaging and parking area at the rear.
The front gardens are laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees and shrubs. There is post and rail fencing to the roadside and a brick wall along the northern boundary and views of the Hawton church. There are raised vegetable plots and a pond.
Lawned gardens continue along the western side of the house where there is a stone paved patio terrace which makes a pleasant outdoor seating area. The main gardens are to the rear and have a pleasant southerly aspect. These are laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees and a brick wall along the southern boundary. A soft path leads to a hand gate to the roadside with post and rail fencing continuing along the western boundary. This area of garden enjoys views of the surrounding countryside.
On the east side of the house the driveway gives access to a tarmacadam car standing and turning area which also allows access to the double garage. There is a lean-to greenhouse and a courtyard leading to the access door for the utility room and annexe hallway. This area provides a semi sheltered outdoor seating area enveloped by three side of the house.Entrance ViewFront Garden ViewFurther Front Garden ViewFurther Garden ViewDouble Garage (5.87m x 5.74m (19'3 x 18'10))Brick built detached garage with pantiled roof covering, power and light connected, up and over door.Open Bay Store (4.85m x 2.51m (15'11 x 8'3))Integral to the garage with a tiled roof covering.Rear View Of The PropertyFurther Rear ViewPromapScale 1:1250TenureThe property is freehold.ServicesMains water and electricity are connected to the property. The central heating system is oil fired with two separate boilers providing heating from the annexe and main house respectively. Drainage is by means of a private system, this being a biological treatment unit which requires emptying on a yearly basis.PossessionVacant possession will be given on completion.MortgageMortgage advice is available through our Mortgage Adviser. Your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other loan secured on it.ViewingStrictly by appointment with the selling agents.
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