Est. Mortgage £1,320 per month
FIRS COTTAGE, GREENSIDE, RAMPTON, RETFORD, NOTTINGHAMSHIRE, DN22 0HY
Firs Cottage represents an ideal opportunity to acquire a generously proportioned cottage of character, the proportions of which belie its façade. The property has been lovingly enhanced by the sellers and will undoubtedly appeal to those buyers seeking a delightful country cottage with typical cottage attributes within generous grounds in a popular village location.
The accommodation commences with an entrance hall with cloaks cupboard. Leading off is a multi-functional living space, presently utilised as a dining room with additional reception area, the living space being divided by a dual aspect rustic brick chimney breast with log burner. A separate sitting room is provided, again of character also boasting a contemporary style multi fuel stove. At the rear is a cosy snug with feature rustic brick fireplace, this area is ideal for enjoying a morning coffee and opens directly to the substantial conservatory addition. The enjoyment of the conservatory throughout the seasons is greatly enhanced by installation of an air conditioning unit, one corner of the conservatory is partitioned off the inner hall to create a rear entrance porch. The inner hall itself also has a cloakroom with wc.
The breakfast kitchen has been fitted with a range of Ivory cream units and solid woodblock working surfaces. There is ample breakfasting space and a traditional pantry leads off.
At first floor level the three well proportioned bedrooms radiate around the central landing and the house bathroom has been refitted and is also generously proportioned matching that of the bedrooms.
The grounds of Firs Cottage are a particular attribute with the cottage set well back from Greenside having mature garden areas to front and rear with additional side garden. There is a sweeping driveway leading to good concrete hard standings for additional parking and terminating at an oversized single garage.
The rear garden is perfect for alfresco entertaining and enjoyment by the family, boasting a covered decked entertaining area directly accessible from the conservatory, additional patio and decking areas with an expanse of lawn beyond.
Nestled within the rear garden are brick built outbuildings ideal for hobbies, workshop, freezer room etc.
The property is equipped with oil fired central heating and benefits from alarm and security systems.
The property is situated close to the heart of the village of Rampton lying just off Greenside.
The village boasts a variety of amenities presently including primary school, public house, garage with convenience store, etc. There are a variety of footpaths, lanes and bridleways to enjoy surrounding countryside, including pleasant walks to the River Trent.
Lying just north of the A57 means a good road network is convenient, the A57 leads to the A1 at Markham Moor making the wider motorway network accessible. Retford and Newark have direct rail services into London Kings Cross (1hr 30 mins from Retford, less from Newark). Air travel is convenient via Doncaster Sheffield and Nottingham East Midlands.
Leisure amenities and educational facilities (both state and independent) are well catered for.
Leaving the A1 at Markham Moor, take the A57 signposted Lincoln. Pass East Markham and through Darlton and at Ragnall crossroads turn left passing Laneham. At Woodbeck crossroads turn right signposted Rampton taking the first left in the village onto Greenside and the property will be tucked away on the left hand side.
ENTRANCE HALL with quarry tiled floor, traditional stripped pine cloaks cupboard, side aspect window, radiator.
DINING ROOM 21'6" x 15'11" (6.55m x 4.85m) an atmospheric room with additional reception area and feature dual aspect rustic brick open fireplace hosting quaint log burning stove by Jotul, beam effect ceiling, dual aspect. Dimensions include attractive reclaimed pine boarded staircase ascending to first floor with under stairs storage cupboard, parquet flooring, front and side aspect windows, radiator. Opening to
SITTING ROOM 18'10" x 11'4" to 10'5" (5.75m x 3.45m to 3.17m) a room of character with rustic brick full height chimney breast, open recess and hosting contemporary Parkray multi fuel stove, front aspect window, beam effect ceiling, parquet flooring, radiator.
SNUG 10'5" x 7'6" (3.17m x 2.28m) with offset rustic brick feature fireplace ideal for enjoying coffee, radiator and double doors opening to
CONSERVATORY 18'4" x 14'6" (5.58m x 4.43m) maximum, substantial additional family living space with brick base and UPVC double glazed upper levels. Dimensions include a most versatile rear entrance porch, tiled flooring, double doors giving access to decked and covered outdoor entertaining area. Fujitsu air conditioning unit greatly enhancing the functionality of this area.
INNER HALL with attractive timber tiled flooring, integral useful cloaks cupboard, radiator.
CLOAKROOM low suite wc, pedestal hand basin, tiled splashback tiled flooring to coordinate.
BREAKFAST KITCHEN 15'9" x 13'0" (4.81m x 3.95m) maximum, l-shaped, maximum dimensions quoted. Attractive and comprehensive range of bespoke country cream units to wall and floor level, base cupboard surmounted by solid woodblock working surfaces, wall cupboards being corniced with pelmets and concealed accent lighting beneath. Glazed larder cupboard, recesses for appliances including plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine and space for larder fridge. Dual aspect, coordinating timber tiled flooring, ample dining area, tiled splashbacks, double bowl sink unit, radiator.
WALK IN PANTRY side aspect window, Worcester oil fired central heating boiler, complementing timber style tile flooring.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING beamed accent.
BEDROOM ONE 13'10" x 12'9" (4.21m x 3.89m) beam effect ceiling, rear aspect windows, radiator.
BEDROOM TWO 13'3" x 11'2" (4.03m x 3.40m) front aspect window, attractive feature exposed rustic brickwork to chimney breast, radiator.
BEDROOM THREE 13'0" x 9'6" (3.95m x 2.90m) measured to range of inbuilt wardrobes to rear of chimney breast, side aspect window, radiator.
HOUSE BATHROOM 12'10" x 9'6" (3.91m x 2.90m) overall dimensions, beautifully appointed and refitted with attractive white suite of panelled bath, generous 1000 square showering area, tiled in natural tones. Vanity basin set within marble vanity surface and low suite wc. Complementing tiled splashbacks, airing cupboard, decorated in attractive heritage colour, radiator.
The property is situated upon a fabulous mature plot offering garden areas to front, one side and rear all of which are mature in nature.
To the front there is a lawned garden with perimeter shrubbery and inset trees. Substantial brick pillars and gateway open to the concrete driveway which sweeps around in front of the property terminating at the DETACHED OVERSIZED SINGLE GARAGE 19'0" x 12'8" (5.80m x 3.87m) with up and over door, light, power and
personal door. The driveway extends in front of the house and by
the side of the garage to provide good hard standings for additional parking.
The side garden features a lawn with central plum tree, shrubbery, two aluminium greenhouses and concrete apron amenity space. A foot gate opens to the rear grounds.
The rear garden is generous, featuring a paved patio area and decked and covered entertaining space directly accessible from the conservatory and porch, this makes it ideal for alfresco entertaining. A rose clad arbour leads to an expanse of lawn with additional perimeter shrubberies and inset apple trees. Additional decked sitting out area and garden accents.
Range of useful GARDEN OUTBUILDINGS of brick construction briefly comprising:-
FREEZER/WORK ROOM 11'5" x 7'2" (3.48m x 2.19m) light and power
BRICK AND PANTILE WORKSHOP 18'4" x 11'10" (5.58m x 3.60m) with integral LOG STORE light, power. Attached to this range of outbuildings is a rustic brick BBQ stand. The property benefits from alarm and security systems, external lighting and external power points.
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 E.
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 finalising 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 September 2020.
The Est. Mortgage is for a 25 years repayment mortgage based on a 10% deposit and a 1.9% annual interest. It is only intended as a guide. Make sure you obtain accurate figures from your lender before committing to any mortgage. Your home may be repossessed if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage.