Guide Price £1,150,000

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Detached Property

  • Detached Home Built 1902
  • Six Bedrooms
  • Separate Two Bedroom Annex
  • Extensive Gardens & Paddock
  • Original Features
  • Village Location. EPC Rating E
This detached family home dates back to 1902, built for brewery owner James Shipstones daughters wedding.

Boasting a wealth of original features including fireplaces, cornices, and covings, the property provides six bedroom accommodation over three floors, along with four bathrooms and a shower room, plus spacious reception rooms, a study, kitchen, utility room and boot room.

Set in mature gardens which extend to around an acre, the property also has a greenbelt paddock measuring approximately 2.5 acres which enjoys a boundary of Fairham Brook.

Providing an ideal investment opportunity, the original, updated coach house now forms a separate annex which is currently being used by the current owners to earn income as a holiday let. The annex includes two bedrooms, a lounge/dining room, kitchen, conservatory and bathroom and also enjoys its own gated parking and garden area.

Viewing is essential.

GROUND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION

Entrance Door

With stained glass panels leads into the:-

Entrance Porch

Ceiling light point, tiled flooring, storage cupboards, door to the:-

Inner Lobby

Tiled flooring, radiator, doors a ground floor bathroom and a:-

Boot / Cloak Room

With hanging rails and boot storage space.

Ground Floor Bathroom

Fitted with a three piece suite comprising a low flush wc, wash hand basin and panelled bath with a shower over. Window to the front elevation, vinyl floor covering.

Reception Hallway

Window to the front elevation, picture rail, original cornice, ceiling lincrusta paper, ceiling light points, two radiators, multi fuel boiler set on a slate hearth, servants call bell, stairs off to the first floor (with a window to the half landing).

Sitting Room

Bay window to the rear elevation, further window to the side elevation, picture rail, ceiling rose with light attachment, two radiators, multi fuel fire set on a slate hearth, original cornice, servants call bell.

Dining Room

Accessed via stripped wood double doors with original handles, from the reception hallway. Bay window with central door leading out to the patio at the rear, picture rail, ceiling rose with light attachment, open fireplace (currently in working order) with a stone surround, servants call bell.

Morning Room

French doors leading out to the patio, windows to the rear elevation, radiator, ceiling light point, storage cupboards (one of which houses the Potterton industrial boiler), the unit for the servant call bells, serving hatch to the dining room.

Study

Window to the front elevation, ceiling light point and wall light points, radiator, access to the:-

Utility Room / Drying Room

Window to the front elevation, storage cupboards (one of which houses the meters, another housing the pressurised water tank), loft access hatch, sink, plumbing for a washing machine, security alarm control panel.

Kitchen

Fitted with a range of wall, drawer and base units, two stainless steel sink units with mixer taps over, electric oven, induction hob, Aga, space for an American style fridge/freezer.

Central island with drawers and cupboards beneath, radiator, cushioned flooring, door leading out to the front of the property, windows to the front and side elevations.

FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION

First Floor Landing

Stairs off to the second floor (with a window to the half landing), doors to four bedrooms (some with original servant bells), the family bathroom and separate shower room.

Bedroom

Window to the rear elevation, radiator, built in wardrobes and desk with lights above, servants call bell, ceiling spot lights, original fireplace with a marble hearth.

Bedroom

Bay window to the rear elevation, radiator, coving, ceiling light point, original fireplace with a wooden surround.

Bedroom

Window to the front elevation, radiator, ceiling light point, built in wardrobes.

Shower Room

Fully tiled and fitted with a wash hand basin with mixer tap, and a walk in shower cubicle with two rainfall shower heads. Window to the front elevation, extractor fan, heated towel rail.

Family Bathroom

Fitted with "His & Hers" sinks with mixer taps over, a deep bath with mixer tap, a low flush wc, and a bidet. Window to the front elevation, part tiling to walls, vinyl floor covering, ceiling light point, feature corner cornice, heated towel rail, radiator.

Bedroom

Window to the rear elevation, radiator, built in wardrobes with matching dressing table and drawers, original fireplace with tiled surround, ceiling light point.

SECOND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION

Second Floor Landing

Shelved airing cupboard with light and housing two hot water tanks, eaves storage cupboard with shelving, light and carpeting, doors giving access to two further bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Bedroom

Windows to the side and rear elevations, original cast iron fireplace, radiator, ceiling light point.

Bedroom

Bay window to the rear elevation, two ceiling light points, built in wardrobes and freestanding dressing table with drawers, cast iron fireplace.

Bathroom

Fitted with a wash hand basin, and a paneled bath with a shower over. Vinyl floor covering, storage cupboard.

Family Bathroom

Fitted with a cast iron freestanding "slipper" bath with mixer tap over, two wash hand basins, a walk in shower cubicle with a Mira rainfall power shower, a low flush wc and bidet.

Window to the rear elevation with superb views across Nottinghamshire, radiator, cast iron fireplace, wood panelling to the walls, vinyl floor covering, storage cupboards, loft access hatch.

OUTSIDE

There are beautifully maintained gardens to the front of the property with a York stone pathway leading to the entrance door.

To the rear of the property there are extensive gardens with a shaped lawn, a York stone patio, mature shrubs, raised borders and beds, a sunken garden with pathways, a feature fishpond and steps down to a tennis lawn. There is a vegetable garden with fruit trees including red currant and walnut, a greenhouse (with power and light, and original winding openings), cold frames, and a storage shed (with power and light).

There is a tractor shed, and two external toilets.

There is a (greenbelt) paddock measuring around 2.5 acres, with a boundary of Fairham Brook where there are herons, kingfishers and trout.

SEPARATE COTTAGE ANNEX

Originally the coach house. With separate water, electric and gas. The property is Council Band A, and currently being used by the current owners to earn income as a holiday let.

GROUND FLOOR ACCOMMODATION including a lounge/dining room, kitchen, conservatory and bathroom.
FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION including two bedrooms.
OUTSIDE there is double gated access to a parking and garden area.

Directions

Clifton Lane can be located from Clifton Road, Ruddington.

Referral Arrangement Note

Thomas James Estate Agents always refer sellers (and will offer to refer buyers) to Fraser Brown, Premier Property Lawyers, Ives & Co, and Curtis & Parkinson for conveyancing services (as above). It is your decision as to whether or not you choose to deal with these conveyancers. Should you decide to use the conveyancers named above, you should know that Thomas James Estate Agents would receive a referral fee of between £120 and £240 including VAT from them, for recommending you to them.