Fine & Country
Guide Price £950,000
- Substantial Detached Farmhouse
- Three Acres Of Paddock Land (With Further Available Under Sperate Negotiation)
- Extensive Range Of Outbuildings
- Desirable Village Location
- Spacious Reception Rooms
- Farmhouse Kitchen
- Eight Bedrooms/Four Bedrooms
- Private Gardens
- Equestrian Focus
- Excellent Transport Links
The outbuildings would suit a wide variety of uses subject to relevant planning consents. There are two large industrial buildings, garaging for 7 cars, a workshop and open bay barn. Over the outbuildings is an annexe with living room, dining kitchen, bedroom and shower room ideal for a dependent relative or teenage offspring.
Part glazed oak entrance door with flanking panels, oak flooring, stairs rising to the first floor with oak treads and balustrade, two wall light points.
Two oak beams to the ceiling, impressive brick fireplace with enamel stove set on slate hearth, sealed unit double glazed sliding patio doors to the rear.
Oak flooring, decorative cornice to ceiling.
Suite comprising close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin, oak flooring, part tiled walls, extractor fan.
Extensive fitted oak cupboards and drawers with granite work surfaces over, further wicker drawers and open shelving beneath the work surfaces, matching wall cabinets incorporating open plate rack and glazed display cabinet, space for range style cooker with extractor hood over, integrated dishwasher and fridge, heavy oak beam to ceiling, slate flooring.
Fitted cupboards with granite work surfaces over, Belfast sink with hardwood draining board and chrome mixer tap, plumbing for automatic washing machine, matching wall cupboards, slate flooring, oil fired central heating boiler, built-in storage cupboard, extractor fan.
A large reception room capable of taking a full size snooker table, decorative cornice to ceiling, sealed unit double glazed sliding patio doors to the side, two wall light points.
Stairs rising to the first floor, slate flooring, side entrance door with oak framed outer canopy. Rear WC Suite comprising close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin, slate flooring, tiled walls, extractor fan.
Galleried Landing Feature leaded and stained glazed window, two staircases continuing to the second floor, four wall light points, two picture lights.
Large walk in wardrobe.
Double air bath with Victorian style brass mixer tap and shower attachment, shower cubicle, close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin, tiled floor and walls, extractor fan.
Two wall light points.
Large double bedroom.
Bath with shower and screen over, pedestal wash hand basin, close coupled WC and bidet, tiled floor and walls, extractor fan.
Fitted wardrobes, wall light point, door to Jack and Jill Bathroom.
Jack and Jill Bathroom Pine paneled bath, wash hand basin with pine cupboard beneath and close coupled WC, built in linen cupboard, tiled floor and walls, extractor fan.
Door to Jack and Jill Bathroom.
Landing Velux window.
A large bedroom with a sitting area, two Velux windows, two wall light points.
Cast iron roll top bath, close coupled WC and pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls, paneling to ceiling, porthole window, extractor fan.
The secondary staircase leads to a further landing area with two Velux windows.
Two Velux windows, two wall light points, under eaves storage cupboard.
Bedroom 8 Two Velux windows, two wall light points, porthole window.
To the roadside boundary is brick walling with railings over, with twin electrically operated gates opening to a large block paved driveway providing extensive parking space and access to the outbuildings. The gardens, hardstanding and outbuildings occupy 0.745 acres in all. Surrounding the farmhouse are gardens with mature shrubbery to beds and borders. The main garden area to the rear has feature lighting. There is a large paved terrace area with a summer house and hot tub, and steps up to another paved terrace with a feature pond surrounded by lawns.
Across Middle Bridge Road is extensive hardstanding for the storage of farm machinery, building materials or stabling. The paddocks rise beyond the hardstanding and extend to 3 acres in all with further land available under separate negotiation.
There are an extensive range of outbuildings situated within the grounds of the main property which have the potential to be used for a variety of purposes. All the buildings are fully fitted with CCTV cameras along with power and lighting.
Industrial Unit (546 sq m, 5880 sq ft)
Steel framed with blockwork wall and concrete flooring, roller shutter door allowing vehicular access for high sided vehicles.
Large Industrial Warehouse (241 sq m, 2590 sq ft)
Steel framed with blockwork wall and concrete flooring, also with roller shutter door allowing vehicular access for high sided vehicles. Extensive storage and shelving around the perimeter of the building.
Open Bay Garage/Barn (76 sq m, 820 sq ft)
Double open bay garage, steel framed with blockwork wall and concrete flooring.
Workshop/Garage (52 sq m, 560 sq ft) With large electric roller door for vehicular access. There is a store room to the side with stairs rising to a further large storage area over (appx 79 sq m, 850 sq ft) providing potential office space.
With double width roller door.
WC and wash hand basin.
The annexe is requiring final fitting of fixture before it is considered to be habitable.
Two sets of bi-fold doors opening to a large decking area, ceiling spotlights.
Four Velux windows, porthole window looking towards the paddocks, hardwood flooring, ceiling spotlights.
Two Velux windows, loft access.
With plumbing but no sanitary ware fitted.
With three single roller doors, fitted work area, storage units and sink.
We are given to understand the tenure of the property is Freehold.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Oil fired central heating is installed.
Assessment We are advised by Bassetlaw Local Authority that Valley Farm is in Council Tax Band F.
Valley Farm is located in the village of Gringley-on-the-Hill, a charming rural village almost midway between Bawtry (6 miles) and Gainsborough (7 miles). On clear days, there are magnificent and far-reaching views from the village across five counties, particularly to the North over the Carrs, and to the South-East, where Lincoln cathedral is visible. The village has a Doctors Surgery, Primary School, Community Centre and a popular public house, The Blue Bell Inn. There are excellent commuter links, Retford and Doncaster having main line rail links with London Kings Cross which takes from 1 hour 25 minutes. The Doncaster Sheffield International airport is ideal for business or leisure travel and is located in the village of Finningley. The A1 and the M18 motorways provide excellent links for road commuters to all parts of the country.
Last Modified 20/08/2020