Fine & Country
Guide Price £1,475,000
- Grade II listed Georgian Manor House
- Land extending to 7 acres
- Stables, outbuildings and garaging
- Olympic size menage
- Formal landscaped gardens
- Six bedrooms
- Three bathrooms
- Three reception rooms
- Breakfast kitchen
- Beautifully decorated
The property has been meticulously renovated to the highest standard throughout by the current owners in recent years blending seamlessly a wealth of character features with the comforts of modern living.
Standing in private mature grounds extending to around 7 acres in all, including a competition sized floodlit menage measuring 60m x 30m, stabling, number of paddocks and a variety of barns and outbuildings. The property offers scope for further renovation should a buyer so wish or would ideally suit someone with an equestrian focus.
The main house boasts well proportioned living accommodation set over three floors with high quality materials including Italian porcelain tiling, lavish fittings and abundance of natural light throughout. There is a variety of original features including flag stone floors, period Georgian staircase and traditional sliding sash windows with wooden shutters.
The accommodation briefly comprises of a welcoming entrance hall, formal sitting room and dining room both featuring open fires, a family room with log burning stove and patio doors leading out to the rear gardens, solid oak/hardwood kitchen with a 5-oven duel control Aga, office, boot room, utility room and WC to the ground floor.
Rising to the first floor is an impressive Georgian staircase with large feature arched window taking in views of the grounds to the rear, leading to three grand double bedrooms, the master benefitting from en suite facilities along with a regal family bathroom and walk in dressing room. The second floor sees a further three bedrooms as well as kitchen and bathroom and separate staircase to the ground floor, giving the potential for additional annex style accommodation.
Outside are beautifully manicured formal gardens to both the front and rear with a number of patio and seating areas ideal for outdoor entertaining. The property is situated adjacent to the village church and features a Grade I listed archway with wall within the grounds.
The property is approached through a gated entrance with gravel driveway leading to the main house and barn complex providing parking for a number of vehicles. The courtyard comprises of a range of stabling, hay store/secure tack room/feed room as well as large barn, garaging and store which have all previously had planning permission granted for a change of use to a number of dwellings. The barns give scope for a range of different uses and could be ancillary accommodation, leisure facilities or storage should a potential buyer so wish. The paddocks are located to the rear of the property giving total privacy and seclusion and are divided into a number of different sections by post and rail fencing.
This imposing property must be viewed to appreciate the quality and potential of this truly unique family home.
We are given to understand that the tenure of the property is Freehold.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Oil fired heating to traditional style solid cast iron radiators.
We are advised by Bassetlaw District Council that Manor Farm is in Council Tax Band G.
The village of Rampton has amenities including a pub and restaurant, post office, shop and highly regarded primary school, large childrenâ€™s playground, Bowls club, social village hall & garage.
Further amenities can be found in the Market town of Retford just a few miles away, with its excellent commuting links. Retford has a main line rail link with London Kings Cross (105 minutes).
Rampton is conveniently located for the A1 network, which gives excellent access to London and to the North, the A57, M18, M62 and M1. Sheffield, Leeds and Nottingham are all an easy commute.
Last Modified 12/10/2021