Property of the Week — Grade II listed barn in quiet hamlet in Grassthorpe is full of character features
A grade II listed barn and dovecote conversion in a quiet hamlet is for sale with Jon Brambles, of Newark, for £550,000.
Midwinter Cottage, on Town Street, Grassthorpe, is full of character features.
In addition to four bedrooms, the property has four reception rooms, a breakfast kitchen, two en-suites, and a family bathroom.
The property stands in delightful grounds of around 1.25 acres.
A reception hall has oak doors into the drawing room, dining room and cloakroom, and an archway to a snug. It has a flagstone floor and an oak staircase.
The drawing room has French doors to the garden, a feature brick fireplace with inset stove, and beamed ceiling.
The dining room has doors to a patio at the rear, and the snug forms a link between the former dovecote and the barn.
The lounge has two sets of French doors to the garden, and doors to the kitchen.
There is a brick fireplace with inset stove, a beamed ceiling, and exposed brickwork walls.
The large breakfast kitchen has a large central island, a chimney breast with a range cooker. There is also a study, rear hall, utility room and cloakroom.
The principal staircase leads to the galleried landing, three bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Midwinter Cottage stands on a delightful plot and is approached via electrically-operated gates. Twin five bar gates lead on to a driveway that provides parking for numerous vehicles.
There is a sizeable patio area in a courtyard at the front, which is edged with raised beds containingmature shrubs and plants.
At the rear there are two split-level Indian sandstone patios,
There is a summer house, log store, well-maintained lawns, and mature shrubs, plants and trees.
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