Scarcliffe Lanes, Upper Langwith, MansfieldOffers Around £350,000
- 4 Bedrooms
- Beautiful lounge
- Separate dining room
- Kitchen plus utility
- Large master bedroom
- Double garaging
A quite remarkable, 17th Century Grade II Listed Cottage of immense character and distinctive ambience enjoying a delightful position in a semi rural setting.
DESCRIPTION AND SITUATION
The sale of 3 The Old Hall represents a rare - perhaps once in a lifetime opportunity to acquire a truly unique home of immense character.
The Old Hall was, originally, a small country house, subsequently divided into three houses built in the early 17th Century. The property is built of coursed sandstone with sandstone dressings beneath a stone slate roof. The property has been very sympathetically modernised and retains a wealth of original features that really must be seen to be fully appreciated. There is a distinctive ambience to this property that is immediately apparent on entering the building. The property provides generous living accommodation complemented by four double bedrooms. The property takes excellent advantage of extremely pleasant, rural views to both front and rear.
The property is situated in between the nearby settlements of Nether Langwith and Shirebrook in a semi rural setting. The property gains good vehicular access into Mansfield a relatively fast access to the M1.
This property is likely to appeal to both the family and those contemplating retirement and we have no hesitation in recommending an early inspection.
The accommodation with approximate room sizes maybe more fully described as follows:
With fine, Oak staircase giving access to the first floor accommodation, original beams, under stairs cupboard containing the gas boiler. Central heating radiator.
5.46 x 5.76 (17'10 x 18'10 )
A well proportioned, relaxing room, the focal point of which is a living flame gas fire set within an original stone surround. Square bay window with panelling and bench seating.
6.03 x 2.95 (19'9 x 9'8 )
Living flame gas fire set within an original stone Inglenook. A wealth of exposed beams to the ceiling.
With ceramic floor tiling, Wainscoting to the wall.
5.83 x 2.73 maximum/overall (19'1 x 8'11 maximum
Equipped with stainless steel single drainer sink unit, four ring ceramic hob/oven, ceramic floor tiling with underfloor heating. Central heating radiator. Windows to two elevations.
1.07 x 1.38 (3'6 x 4'6 )
With plumbing for washer.
1.53 x 1.2 (5'0 x 3'11 )
Equipped with a w.c., wash hand basin and electric radiator.
Featuring exposed timber studs to the walls with stair case giving access to the second floor accommodation.
5.75 x 5.55 (18'10 x 18'2 )
Featuring windows to both front and rear taking advantage of the pleasant rural views. Two central heating radiators.
4.63 x 3.35 (15'2 x 10'11 )
A wealth of exposed original beams and central heating radiator.
3.4 x 1.78 (11'1 x 5'10 )
Equipped with a Jacuzzi bath, separate shower cubicle with plumbed in shower, wash hand basin, w.c. Central heating radiator. Exposed beams.
5.5 x 5.24 (18'0 x 17'2 )
Exposed original timber beams forming part of the roof structure.
5.31 x 4.69 (17'5 x 15'4 )
Exposed roof timbers and with an ensuite shower cubicle with plumbed in shower plus wash hand basin.
There is a nicely proportioned forecourt garden principally set to lawn along with vegetable patch surrounded by stone wall. A concrete driveway provides ample off street parking for several vehicles and gives access to a detached brick/tiled double garage 4.92 X 5.61 with up and over door. Attached to the garage there is a stone built Workshop 2.96 x 2.01.
Freehold. Vacant possession on completion.
Arranged with pleasure by the Sole Selling Agents.