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Est. Mortgage £2,640 per month
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Springfield House is an imposing detached Georgian residence with recent additions and successfully combines character and period attributes with a high calibre specification, contemporary accents and design for modern family life.
The accommodation flows beautifully delivering formal and relaxed living space.
Accommodation commences with an elegant reception hall having staircase ascending to first floor and a useful cloakroom with wc. The principle reception room is the 32ft dual aspect sitting room with rustic fireplace and log burner. Adjacent is a lovely garden room area with direct garden access and oak glazed doors opening to the separate dining room which permits formal entertaining.
The living dining kitchen is surely the hub of this elegant home offering an extensive range of contemporary grey units with stone composite working surfaces and an array of integrated appliances including an oil fired Aga. This area is ideal for relaxed entertaining. A complementing well appointed utility room lies adjacent. There is a fine home office/study with substantial range of Neville Johnson fitted office furniture.
At first floor level the sleeping space radiates around the character landing with a master bedroom suite delivering bedroom, fitted dressing room, separate sitting area and a luxuriously appointed en suite bathroom. The second guest bedroom also has an attractive en suite bathroom whilst bedroom three is served by the separate family shower room, again appointed with quality fittings. At second floor level there are two further bedrooms.
The grounds to this property are delightful and a particular feature, being generously proportioned and commensurate with the size of living accommodation provided. The gardens have been beautifully landscaped and the present owners have been involved with local Open Garden events within the village.
The combination of formal and relaxed garden areas permits impressive views and alfresco entertaining. The enjoyment of the grounds is enhanced by two attached brick outbuildings and a Victorian style greenhouse.
Vehicles are well catered for via a gated driveway leading to a detached double garage.
Springfield House occupies an enviable position within this highly regarded village, enjoying frontage to Church Street in the Conservation Area. East Markham retains several amenities, has an active local community with several clubs and societies run via the village hall, recreation ground and public house. The village primary school is also very popular and feeds the much desired nearby Tuxford Academy.
By passed by the A57 the village is particularly well located for accessing the areas transport links. The A57 intersects with the A1 at nearby Markham Moor making it ideal for commuting and accessing the wider motorway network.
Both Retford to the north and Newark to the south have direct rail services into London's Kings Cross (approx. 1 hour 20 minutes from Newark). Leisure amenities and educational facilities (both state and independent) are well catered for.
Leave the A1 at Markham Moor signposted A57 (East Markham and Lincoln). Turn right to enter the village passing the primary school on the left. Proceed straight on at the crossroads onto Farm Lane, down the hill and this becomes Beckland Hill. At the bottom of the hill, turn left onto Low Street. At the end of Low Street turn right onto Mark Lane and immediately left onto Church Street where Springfield House will be found just on the right hand side.
Half glazed wooden front door to
RECEPTION HALL with stairs to first floor landing, vaulted ceiling with front aspect arched double glazed window.
Small additional INNER HALLWAY with painted ceiling timbers.
CLOAKROOM with white low level wc, pedestal hand basin with tiled splashback and mixer tap, ceramic tiled floor, pained ceiling timbers, extractor fan.
SITTING ROOM 31'6" x 14'6" (9.62m x 4.44m) with rustic fireplace with inset log burner on raised quarry tiled hearth, exposed ceiling timbers. This part of the property being approximately 300 years old. Small pane double glazed window to the side and front aspect sash cord window, wall light points, contemporary radiator.
SUN ROOM AREA 18'4" x 13'3" (5.60m x 4.13m) small pane double glazed windows, sliding patio doors leading into the garden, recessed lighting, additional wall light points, central heating thermostat.
Glazed oak doors through to
DINING ROOM 14'7" x 14'4" (4.47m x 4.38m) front aspect sash cord windows, polished wood fire surround with marble effect hearth and inset with coal effect calor gas living flame fire, exposed ceiling timbers, additional side aspect window. Glazed oak doors to
BREAKFAST KITCHEN FAMILY ROOM 28'7" x 13'4" (8.74m x 4.09m) triple aspect to side and rear with two sets of double glazed windows and French doors into the garden. An extensive range of grey soft close handle less base and wall mounted cupboard and drawer units with inset stainless steel sink with mixer tap with stone composite working surfaces surround, integrated dishwasher, matching splashback and windowsill, integrated fridge and freezer, CDA electric oven and combination grill/microwave, central island with breakfast bar, pop up electric sockets and corner soft close cupboards, recessed lighting, fireplace with inset oil fired Aga for cooking only with oven, ceramic two ring hotplate with extractor over and painted plate rack/mantle above. Part tiled walls, ceramic tiled flooring, contemporary radiator. Glazed door to
UTILITY ROOM side aspect half glazed wooden door. Matching cupboard units with concealed lighting incorporating a larder cupboard, space and plumbing for washing machine, single stainless steel sink drainer unit with mixer tap, matching working surfaces and splashback, part tiled walls.
CELLAR with vaulted ceiling, stone steps and lighting, brick flooring, quarry tiled original style shelving and air vents, terracotta wine racking.
HOME OFFICE/STUDY 14'4" x 10'0" (4.40m x 3.06m) dual aspect, front aspect sash cord window, single glazed window into sun lounge area, rustic fireplace with raised quarry tiled and brick hearth. A range of Neville Johnson office furniture incorporating desk, cupboard and drawers and shelving, painted ceiling timbers, single glazed leaded light and stained glass window looking into the inner hallway.
LANDING high moulded skirtings, contemporary dado rail, recessed lighting and stairs to second floor.
MASTER BEDROOM SUITE comprising;
Sitting Area 13'8" x 11'5" (4.20m x 3.49m) with side aspect double glazed window, exposed ceiling timbers, recessed downlighting, square arch into the
Bedroom 14'8" x 12'6" (4.52m x 3.84m) side aspect double glazed window, moulded skirtings, recessed lighting, doorway into
Dressing Room 11'8" x 5'8" (3.60m x 1.78m) rear aspect obscure double glazed window. An extensive range of soft grey soft close wardrobes with ample hanging and shelving space and drawer units with chrome rod style handles. Door to
En Suite Bathroom 12'8" x 8'9" (3.91m x 2.71m) rear aspect obscure double glazed window, four piece white suite of panel enclosed bath with contemporary taps, large walk in shower cubicle with glazed screen and independent handheld shower with raindrop head above, white low level wc, contemporary wall mounted hand basin with mixer tap, ceramic tiled flooring and walls, recessed downlighting, extractor and towel rail radiator.
BEDROOM TWO 14'6" x 14'5" (4.44m x 4.42m) front aspect double glazed sash windows to the front, Victorian style fireplace with mantle above and door to
EN SUITE BATHROOM 12'9" x 8'9" (3.92m x 2.72m) side aspect obscure double glazed window, four piece white suite with roll top claw footed bath with wall mounted tap, large walk in shower cubicle with glazed screen and independent handheld shower with raindrop head above, white low level wc, contemporary wall mounted hand basin with mixer tap and mirror fronted medicine cabinet over with strip light, tiled walls and flooring, recessed lighting, extractor and chrome towel rail radiator.
BEDROOM THREE 1'6" x 14'4" (4.44m x 4.40m) front aspect double glazed sash window. Victorian style fireplace with painted wood surround with pattern tiled insert, range of shelving and mantle above.
FAMILY SHOWER ROOM 9'0" x 8'5" (2.76m x 2.58m) maximum, with high level Velux double glazed window, large walk in shower cubicle with glazed screen and independent handheld shower with raindrop head above, white low level wc, contemporary wall mounted hand basin with mixer tap, exposed ceiling timbers, two spotlights, airing cupboard which is shelved and with Tempest hot water cylinder.
LANDING front aspect sash cord double lazed window.
BEDROOM FOUR 14'6" x 14'5" (4.44m x 4.42m) front aspect sash cord double glazed window and rear aspect double glazed porthole window with views to the garden. Exposed ceiling timbers.
BEDROOM FIVE 14'6" x 14'5" (4.44m x 4.42m) front aspect sash cord double glazed window and rear aspect double glazed porthole window with views to the garden. Exposed ceiling timbers.
The front garden is walled with brick pillars and concrete balls on top with paved and pebbled path and surround with established shrubs. Block paved raised edging with pebbled area and space for two vehicles. From Church Street there is a pedestrian wrought iron gate into the side formal garden which is attractively laid with staggered Italian stone patios with well stocked shrub and flower beds and borders and with stone surround. There are iron pergolas leading to a circular patio with central water feature/fountain and is in a traditional cottage garden style with further iron pergolas to one corner of the plot which has a timber shed and sandstone path and with established shrub and flower borders. From the circular patio there is a gate giving access to a walled garden which is paved with external water supply and lighting. A good seating area and formal rose garden with stoned paths.
There are two attached brick outbuildings, one housing the biomass boiler (approx. 5 years old) and the other housing storage space. Oil tank for the Aga only. The whole gardens are fenced and hedged and are an attractive feature of Springfield House. Additional sandstone patio with slated surround and circular Breeze House pergola with slate benching and wooden seating. Ornamental pond, external sockets, great areas of lawn with snaking path to the rear of the plot, again well stocked and established. The gardens have been open to the public at the National Open Garden scheme.
There is a Victorian style greenhouse set with gravelled surround and further additional shrubs and borders. Just off set from Church Street there is access to a small driveway with wooden gates into parking for 2-3 vehicles which leads to brick built pitched roof detached DOUBLE GARAGE 19'4" x 19'3" (5.90m x 5.88m) with security lighting and electronically operated twin metal up and over doors with power, lighting, vaulted ceiling which is part boarded for storage.
GENERAL REMARKS & STIPULATIONS
Tenure and Possession: The Property is freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion.
Council Tax: We are advised by Bassetlaw District Council that this property is in Band G.
Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalizing their offer to purchase.
Floorplans: The floorplans within these particulars are for identification purposes only, they are representational and are not to scale. Accuracy and proportions should be checked by prospective purchasers at the property.
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These particulars were prepared in August 2020.
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