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Property of the Week ­— Two homes on same grounds at Kirton have nine bedrooms between them

Two homes offering multi-generational living accommodation in the same large grounds are for sale with Richard Watkinson and Partners, of Newark, for £995,000.

The handsome Georgian former rectory at Kirton, and the large single-storey conversion in the grounds, have nine bedrooms between them.

The properties, on Main Street, Kirton, stand in grounds of more than an acre.

Kirton Old Rectory (24997408)
Kirton Old Rectory (24997408)

The Old Rectory has three principal reception rooms and six bedrooms, and Fairfield, in the grounds, has an open-plan kitchen and living area, three bedrooms, and a family bathroom.

Fairfield offers well-designed contemporary accommodation, which is fully wheelchair-accessible. The 30ft kitchen and living area has a vaulted ceiling, arched windows and bi-folding doors.

It is ideal for elderly family members or extended family, or alternatively a high-yielding rental property with minimal impact on the main house.

Kirton Old Rectory (24997410)
Kirton Old Rectory (24997410)

The Old Rectory is approached by a long sweeping driveway.

The rooms have high ceilings, and fine period features, and the home is well maintained, nicely decorated, and centrally heated.

The windows in the principal ground floor rooms are of traditional box sliding sash style with built-in shutters. Most of the upstairs rooms have replacement double glazed windows.

On the ground floor, there is a reception hall, drawing room, dining room, study, dining kitchen, lobby, cloakroom, back kitchen, back hall, and boot room. There is also a basement with barrel-vaulted cellars.

On the first floor, there are six bedrooms, an office, bathroom, shower room and en-suites.

The gardens contain mature trees, extensive lawns, a terrace, and electric car charging points.

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