• Unique Opportunity For Equestrian Buyers
  • Spacious Farm House
  • Around 6.5 Acres In all
  • A Range Of Outbuildings Giving Further Potentail
  • Large Reception Rooms
  • Four Bedrooms And A Family Bathrooms
  • High Quality Fittings
  • Beautifully Manicured Grounds
  • Sought After Village Location
  • Excellent Transport Links

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Council Tax Band: Ask Agent

Tenure: Freehold


Breck Farm is a four-bedroom detached house situated within grounds extending to approximately 6.5 acres along with a range of useful and versatile outbuildings including garaging and stabling. These outbuildings offer an excellent opportunity to create additional accommodation for a variety of uses such as independent living for younger or older family members, a home office or leisure facility. This is an imposing period property full of character dating back to around 1790 occupying a superb location with the most fantastic views across a lake and open countryside.


The house enjoys formal gardens to both the front and rear of the property beyond which are the grassed paddocks and the orchard.




Entrance vestibule opening into the reception hall, stairs leading to the first-floor accommodation with a wine storage area beneath.


The drawing room is very impressive having triple aspect windows, an open fireplace, coving to the ceiling along with solid wooden flooring.


The sitting room has a window to the front elevation along with an open fireplace and coving to the ceiling, the dining room has windows to the rear elevation, feature stove and beams to the ceiling. Both rooms have solid Mahogany Parquet flooring throughout.


The farmhouse kitchen has a comprehensive range of French Oak wall and base units, there is also dual aspect windows, beams to the ceiling and quarry tiles to the floor.


Utility room, again with a range of farmhouse style wall and base units, exposed beams, quarry tiles to the floor and dual aspect windows. From the utility room is also a porch giving access to the front of the property.


Rear entrance hall and cloakroom.


To the first floor


From the half landing a large window gives you the most fantastic views across the property’s gardens and paddocks out to open countryside.


Off the landing are the three large double bedrooms, a very useful box room currently in use as a home gym, bedroom four which is also a double bedroom and currently being used as a study, along with the house bathroom. The bathroom has been fitted with a Porcelanosa four-piece suite to include a contemporary free-standing bath, walk in rainfall shower, WC and a wash hand basin. The bathroom is fully tiled and has a chrome heated towel rail.




The property is entered via a gravelled driveway and parking area, to the side of which is an “L” shaped range of traditional farm outbuildings that subject to the necessary planning consents could be easily converted into an annex. These buildings are currently in use as garages and a workshop which houses the Biomass boiler.


To the front and extending to the side of the property is a substantial formal garden with a host of mature trees and shrubberies.


Directly to the rear of the property is an extensive block paved patio area beyond which are lawned gardens, well stocked borders, second outdoor dining area, a pond and again as with the front a host of mature trees and shrubberies. Within the rear garden are two useful and versatile brick construction outbuildings which again could easily be converted to a home gym or external home office suite.


Equestrian facilities


Two timber construction stable blocks with four rubber matted stables. Hay storage area and grassed paddocks. The land has a separate gated access off Thorpe Road.


Beyond the paddocks is the woodland orchard with a variety of trees.



The village of Mattersey is around 8 miles from the thriving market town of Retford, with its excellent communication links, and 5 miles to the southeast of Bawtry a thriving town with a host of shops, restaurants and bars. Retford serves the local villages and has a main line rail link with London Kings Cross (105 minutes). Mattersey is conveniently located for the A1 network at Ranby and Blyth.


The A1 motorway gives excellent access to London and to the North, the M18, M62 and M1.


There is a good selection of local junior and secondary schools and private education is available at Ranby House School and Worksop College. On the doorstep is Sherwood Forest, National Trust Clumber Park and a variety of other attractions. The historic city of Lincoln is just a short drive away, which offers Lincoln Cathedral, Castle, University, Cinema and numerous shops and boutiques along with many eating establishments.




The tenure of the property is Freehold.




Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. There is a wood pellet Biomass boiler.


Rating Assessment


We are advised by Bassetlaw District Council that Breck Farm is in Council Tax Band F.


Last Modified 23/05/2024

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