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Est. Mortgage £2,452 per month
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A substantial detached family home dating from 1923 standing in extensive grounds in excess of an acre. The property offers flexible living accommodation finished to the highest standard throughout having undergone a complete renovation in recent years by the current owners. Many original features and much charm remain but blend seamlessly with the comforts of modern living. The accommodation is set over two floors and boasts spacious dual aspect reception rooms and a truly enviable kitchen breakfast room to the ground floor with four double bedrooms and two bathrooms to the first floor. An abundance of natural light provides a real sense of light and space throughout the home. Approached through a gated entrance the property oozes grandeur with grounds flanked with mature trees and shrubs. There is an expansive driveway giving parking for a number of vehicles along with garaging and a range of outbuildings. The private South facing gardens provide the ideal space to entertain guests with several patio and dining areas giving the perfect vantage point to take in the far reaching country views. The property is located around a mile from the market town of Retford offering local amenities along with schooling and the commuter is well served both by excellent road and rail links. Ground Floor Entrance Hall A grand entrance hall leading through to the ground floor accommodation with stairs rising to the first floor. Seating area with a floor to ceiling window giving views over the rear gardens and fields beyond. Tiled flooring, beams to ceiling and door leading out to the rear. W/C Suite comprising wash hand basin and W/C, window to the front elevation. Sitting Room A well proportioned dual aspect reception room, feature fireplace with granite hearth, ornate ceiling coving and walnut parquet flooring. Dining Room A spacious reception room with feature fireplace with marble hearth and surround, built in storage, walnut parquet flooring and window to the rear elevation. Sun room off. Sun Room Flooded with natural light the sun room provides an ideal space to relax and unwind. Tiled flooring and door leading to the side gardens. Study Currently being used as a study but can be used as a buyer so wishes. Ornate ceiling coving, walnut parquet flooring and window to the front elevation. Kitchen A traditional solid oak kitchen fitted with a comprehensive range of base and wall units with granite work surfaces over. Inset double Shaws Belfast sink with Perrin and Rowe taps, built in fridge and freezer, space for range master cooker. Tiled flooring, ceiling spot lights, pantry off. Utility Room Fitted with a range of base and wall units with solid oak work surfaces over. Inset Belfast sink, built in microwave and space for dishwasher and washing machine. Door leading out to the courtyard. Boiler Room Housing the boiling and workings for the CCTV system. First Floor Landing Area Window to the front elevation, two storage cupboards. Master Bedroom A large dual aspect double bedroom with views over the side and rear gardens. Built in wardrobes, ornate ceiling coving and en- suite facilities off. En-Suite/Family Bathroom Used as Jack and Jill facilities off the landing area and master bedroom, comprising bath with shower over, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, W/C, heated towel rail and mirror. Fully tiled, ceiling spot lights and loft access. Bedroom Two Double bedroom with window to the rear elevation, ornate ceiling coving and en- suite. En- Suite Fully tiled suite comprising walk in shower, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin, W/C, heated towel rail and mirror. Bedroom Three Double bedroom with window to the front elevation, ornate ceiling coving. Bedroom Four Double bedroom with window to the side elevation, ornate ceiling coving and loft access. Outside The property stands in private mature grounds extending to in excess of an acre. The boundaries are flanked with mature trees and shrubs with expansive lawns and a number of patio areas. The gardens are South facing and provide an ideal vantage point to take in the far reaching country views. The outbuildings include garaging, outside store and a W/C. There is a summer house, vegetable plot and woodland area. Tenure We are given to understand that the property is freehold. Services Mains water and electricity are connected. Oil fired central heating to radiators and drainage to a septic tank. Rating assessment We are advised by Bassetlaw District Council thatTudor Lodge is in Rating Band G.
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