Idyllic Rural Location on the Banks of the River Trent
Full of Character & Charm Throughout
Traditional Farmhouse Style Kitchen
Master Bedroom with Ensuite & Personal Staircase
Courtyard Style Garden with Entertaining Spaces
Range of Outbuildings & Ample Parking Areas
EPC Rating: F
Situated in an idyllic rural location of the village of Wildsworth on the banks of the River Trent, this picturesque four-bedroom detached family home which was historically a farm house is full of character and charm.
The perfect choice for a buyer suited to a country lifestyle the property also offers a range of fantastic outbuildings to include workshops. The rear enclosed garden is beautifully landscaped with seating areas set in lawned gardens with fabulous established borders.
The property fronts onto Meynell Street and a gated driveway to the side leads to a parking area and an open fronted garage. The house has a picturesque front façade set behind iron parkland style fencing with a gate to the front entrance door.
The centrally located reception hall has traditional lime plastered walls, original wooden doors and architraves providing the first glimpse of the abundance of character and original features which are apparent throughout much of the home. The entrance hall is flanked by two reception rooms, the first being a comfortable and welcoming dual aspect sitting room which is set around an open fireplace with mahogany surround, cast iron insert and has exposed reclaimed beams to the ceiling. The adjacent dining room provides ample space for enjoying time with family friends on special occasions with a feature open fireplace and a traditional fire grate believed to of been sourced from the local church.
A traditional farmhouse style kitchen with wood panelling has built in storage cupboards and wine rack also benefiting from a traditional style range cooker and cabinets with an inset Belfast style sink with garden views. There is ample space for a dining table within the kitchen for use on a daily basis. Evidence of days gone by is the small staff staircase, still in position, which leads from the kitchen to the master bedroom. A rear porch/bootroom opens from the kitchen into a practical utility room and also to the rear garden.
Also approached from the kitchen is an inner lobby where the principal staircase to the first floor is accessed with under stairs storage cupboard where there is a hatch into a barrelled roofed cellar. Completing the ground floor is a spacious study room perfect for home working which depending on a family's needs can provide a playroom, second sitting room or even an additional bedroom.
The staircase leads to a split level landing to a double bedroom, an ideal teenage retreat. The staircase continues to the main landing with storage cupboard and to the three further bedrooms. The spacious master bedroom has a feature fireplace, twin windows provide views across the River Trent and has a modern en-suite. The servants' staircase is also accessed from this bedroom leading back into the Kitchen. A traditional styled family bathroom is set around a ball and claw footed freestanding bath.
The property fronts onto Meynell Street and has a small buffer garden with parkland style fencing. Vehicular access is located to the side of the property leading through double opening timber gates onto a concreted driveway which in turn provides access into a brick-built outbuilding, currently used as a garage, with an additional parking area to the side.
Immediately from the rear of the property is a large patio space, ideal for entertaining. The patio leads onto a courtyard style lawned garden bordered by mature trees and hedges with a further covered pergola patio area, and a timber gateway opens onto the driveway. The first of the fantastic outbuildings provides access through to the front of the property, the second door leads into a coal/oil store and the third steps into a workshop and then the fourth into a storage space.
A separate stable block is currently used as further storage and provides a covered area ideal for barbequing. A second timber gateway provides vehicular access through to the rear of the garden.