*** NEW PRICE *** Wyngates is a Substantial Detached Home in a Gorgeous Setting & with a 1/3 of an Acre. Potential Building Plot*, 3 Good sized bedrooms, large bathroom, fitted kitchen, detached garage, delightful setting in a highly sought after village. Must Be Viewed.
Wyngates is a much loved family home of period construction. The property offers tremendous charm and character, standing in a delightful setting with splendid large gardens to three sides. Overall the plot in which the property stands extends to some 1/3 of an acre. The grounds offering well tended and thoughtfully planted mature gardens surrounding the lovely detached home. The plot size and the siting of the house within it gives rise to considerable potential. Potential not only to significantly extend the existing house (if felt necessary but by no means essential) but also to potentially create a separate building plot*. (* - This is subject to obtaining the necessary permission and consents). We would advise clients to satisfy themselves as to the full extent of this potential before making any legal commitment to purchase.
The accommodation provides genuinely spacious rooms throughout, as well as good natural light. It also offers a hugely desirable combination of a detached period home with delightful large gardens and considerable potential. Bleasby is still one of the areas most desirable villages. This popularity due in part to its peaceful rural setting surrounded by open countryside and yet its relative ease of access to nearby Southwell with its wide range of facilities and amenities. Bleasby also has the benefit of a railway station as well as a highly regarded primary school. Children from the village also attend the similarly well regarded Minster Secondary School in Southwell a bus running to the school from the village.
At the new price we expect the property to generate considerable interest and respectfully urge you to arrange your inspection at your earliest convenience
A pathway winds through the generous front garden, approaching the open fronted, canopied porch. From there an entrance door opens into the entrance hall. There is the potential to create a new driveway to the left hand side of the house and the erection of a new garage to this side too. An official approach to Newark & Sherwood has established that subject to complying with certain conditions, including that the garage did not come within 2m of any boundary then the owners would not need to apply for planning permission to create the driveway and garage. However permission to create a dropped kerb "would" have to be obtained. This would be particularly useful should an owner of Wyngates be able to develop the land to the rear and sell on the parcel of land to the rear and right hand side of the existing driveway on which the current garage for Wyngates is sited. It would also mean that the owners of Wyngates could also sell on/relinquish to use of the existing "shared" driveway having instead having their own private driveway!
A spacious welcoming entrance hall which sets the tone of space, quality and character repeated throughout this lovely home. The hall has a herringbone patterned parquet floor, picture rail, doors to under stairs storage cupboard and door to downstairs WC.
Having wash basin. Close Coupled WC. Tiled floor and walls.
This principle reception room is light and airy, having the benefit of double glazed mock sash windows to two elevations. The room also has a feature fireplace, with inset open fire standing on a tiled hearth. The room also has two radiators, wall lighting points, TV aerial point. Doors opening to a sun room/loggia.
Once again generously proportioned reception room which forms a lovely formal dining room. The room again has good natural light with double glazed, mock sash windows to 2 elevations. Radiator. Fitted display cabinet and cupboards beneath. Picture rail, ceiling rose. Serving hatch to Kitchen.
PVCu double glazed windows to side and rear elevations. Delightful aspect over and access to the beautiful rear garden. Sliding patio doors with over electric awning. Second window to utility room.
Returning to the hallway, an inner door from the hall leads off to both the utility and kitchen.
The kitchen is fitted with a range of both base and eye level storage units. The base level units being surmounted by rolled edge work surfaces. Inset to this is an acrylic sink unit with mixer tap. Four ring electric hob. Double oven and grill, over which is a fan hood. Radiator, plumbing for automatic dish washer, partially tiled walls and serving hatch to Dining Room. The room is of generous proportions and is therefore able to accommodate informal dining or breakfasting too.
Provisions and space for automatic washing machine. Space for tumble dryer. Window and door to rear porch. Further space for fridge/freezer.
Fitted with a "butlers" sink. Power and lighting. Window and half glazed door to patio.
Returning to the entrance hall. Stairs rise to the first-floor landing.
Generously proportioned, part galleried landing with loft access. Double glazed windows to both front and rear elevation. Radiator and doors off to the following
Double glazed, mock sash window to front elevation. Generous double bedroom with fitted wardrobe and top box openers. Knee hole to vanity section. Radiator.
Further good size double bedroom. Dual aspect, having double glazed windows to front and side elevation. Radiator. Fitted double wardrobe. Built in matching desk unit and bookshelf storage.
Further double proportioned bedroom, again benefiting from an attractive dual aspect with a notably pleasant view to the rear. Two double glazed windows. Radiator.
A unsually large and well fitted bathroom with Four Piece Suite. This comprises fitted "quadrant" shower cubicle, over sized bath with corner seat. WC with concealed cistern. Wash hand basin inset to a surrounding vanity unit. Fitted cabinet/cupboard storage. Marble effect tiling with border detail. Mock timber floor finish. Vertically mounted heated towel rail/radiator. Extractor fan. Mirror finish display cabinet. Half glazed, obscure glazed mock sash window to rear.
There is little doubt that the fabulous large plot and delightful gardens to all sides of the house, adds significantly to the desirability and value of this truly excellent home.
The property stands well back from the road in a large plot which extends to some 0.3 acres. Subject to achieving the necessary consents then this plot offers development potential for the creation of a separate building plot or considerable extension of the existing property should the prospective purchaser wish to do so. The property can be reached via a pathway leading from main street or by a driveway to the side of the house (leading onto one other property to the rear). The driveway continuing down to the side of the house. Passing the large rear garden and opening to an additional garden area. To the right of the bottom of the driveway there can be found off street hard vehicle standing as well as a brick-built garage with up and over door.
Beyond the mature hedge line there is a further "secret" garden area which we believe could make a separate building plot*, either on its own or in combination with part of the extensive rear garden to the existing property.
There is the potential to create a new driveway to the left hand side of the house and the erection of a new garage to this side too. An official approach to Newark & Sherwood has established that subject to complying with certain conditions, including that the garage did not come within 2m of any boundary then the owners would not need to apply for planning permission to create the driveway and garage. However permission to create a dropped kerb "would" have to be obtained. This would be particularly useful should an owner of Wyngates be able to develop the land to the rear and sell on the parcel of land to the rear and right hand side of the existing driveway on which the current garage for Wyngates is sited. It would also mean that the owners of Wyngates could also sell on/relinquish to use of the existing "shared" driveway having instead having their own private driveway!
To the front of the property there is a generous garden which is laid mainly to lawn but is also edged by well stocked flower and shrub borders. The lovely garden then continues on to the left-hand side of the house where there is gated access to a continuation of the side garden eventually opening out to the extensive lawn which is edged by fencing and Beech hedging. A carefully sited gravelled bed is planted with a mix of flowering shrubs and plants, including variegated varieties as well as fruit trees.
Adjacent to the house there can be found a generous patio area with south westerly aspect. There is also a further gravelled seating area, timber garden shed and the conifer hedge line which serves to separate out the additional garden area mentioned above. This additional area would also be ideal for children’s play, fruit and veg plot or an orchard to suit the needs of the individual purchaser.