Take advantage of the stamp duty holiday and save £15,000 if you purchase this property before 31st March 2021. This is a substantial detached house built in a period style approx 21 years ago. With spacious accommodation arranged on three floors and positioned on a 1.5 acre plot. The house includes an impressive hall with ground floor w.c. And cloaks off, lounge, dining/sitting room, living/dining kitchen, rear hall, w.c., utility and boiler/drying room. To the first floor there are four bedrooms, three with en-suite, main bathroom and study area and to the second floor four additional bedrooms, bathroom and further study area. Outside there is a converted coach house providing an office or additional accommodation with private lawned gardens and large driveway to the front.
This is A very distinctive individual home which has A period appearance but was built only 21 years ago by the current owners. The property has accommodation arranged on three levels, is positioned on A plot of approx 1½ acres in size and has A separate coach house/office building situated at the front of the main property.
Robert Ellis are very pleased to be instructed to market this substantial detached home which is situated at the head of a private drive in this most sought after village location. The property was constructed by the current owners in a style which fits its location and position in Hemington village and has spacious and well proportioned accommodation arranged on three floors. The property includes eight bedrooms, three of which have en-suite facilities and two further bathrooms and large ground floor accommodation. The property contains immense character with stonework to the lower parts of the external elevations, reclaimed brickwork and tiled roof which provides the look and feel of a manor house set in its own grounds. The current owners have occupied the property since they built it and although no building work is required, there is now the opportunity for a new owner to stamp their own mark on their next home. For the full extent of the accommodation that is included and the size of the overall plot to be appreciated, we strongly recommend that interested parties who are looking for a property in this location and price range, do take a full inspection so they are able to see all that is included in the property for themselves. This really is an incredible home which has a period character look but derives the benefits of being what is a relatively new building in terms of insulation and low maintenance. Being located in Hemington, which is close to Castle Donington, the property is well placed for easy access to both East and West Midlands towns and cities via the road network which is within a few minutes drive of the village as well as East Midlands Airport and East Midlands Parkway Station. Hemington truly is a magnificent rural setting which is within a few minutes drive of all the amenities and facilities a family may require.
The property has a double fronted appearance and although has external elevations constructed of reclaimed stone and brickwork, it does has cavity walls which helps with the whole insulation of the building. From the time you enter the property through the main entrance doors you will start to feel the character and size with the reception hall which has a feature staircase and balustrade leading to the first floor and there being an oak framed full height window which allows light from the rear to flood into the hall and onto the first floor landing. The property is double glazed and has a gas central heating system and off the hall there is a ground floor w.c. And separate cloakroom and doors lead to the main lounge, a second reception room which is currently used as a gym and to the focal point of the ground floor which is the living/dining kitchen which has fitted double opening French doors leading out to the rear garden. There is a rear reception hall which leads to the utility/laundry room, a second ground floor w.c. And boiler/drying room with a second flight of stairs leading to the first floor. The spacious first floor landing leads to the master bedroom suite which overlooks the rear gardens and has a full bathroom en-suite, the second and third bedrooms have en-suite shower rooms, there is then a fourth bedroom, main bathroom and a study area on this middle floor with two flights of stairs leading from the first to second floor. The second floor has four double bedrooms, two of which have a shared en-suite bathroom, there are then the two further bedrooms and second study area. Outside there is a separate coach house situated at the front of the main property and this provides a building for several different possible uses. At the moment the first floor is used as a suite of offices from which the current owner of the property runs their own business. There are three large rooms on the first floor and on the ground floor there is a reception hall with stairs taking you to the first floor, two w.c.’s and a double garage. This detached coach house could be alternatively used as further accommodation from the main property or as a separate annex. The private drive runs from the main street to the front of the property where there is a large gravelled area which provides parking for several vehicles and to the right of the house there is vehicle access to the left pedestrian access to the rear of the house where there is a covered 'Endless' exercise swimming pool. Beyond the patio are the lawned gardens which also extend to the left and are kept private by having fencing and established screening to the boundaries.
Hemington is a beautiful village which has a local pub and schools for younger children with schools for older children as well as local shops being found in nearby Castle Donington where there are also a number of pubs and restaurants. There are supermarkets in nearby Long Eaton while those at Pride Park and other parts of East Derby are within easy reach. There are walks in the surrounding picturesque countryside, healthcare and sports facilities being found in Castle Donington and the excellent transport links include J24 of the M1, the A50 and A42, East Midlands Airport, East Midlands Parkway station and many main roads which provide access to Nottingham, Derby, Loughborough, Leicester and other East and West Midlands towns and cities.
Double wooden panelled front doors, stairs with feature balustrade to either side leading to the first floor, feature oak framed full height windows with leaded style inset panels to the rear, wood panelled doors leading to the rooms off the hall and arched inner hall with wood panelling.
Double glazed window to the side with an internal window to the hall and cornice to the wall and ceiling.
Having a white low flush w.c. And hand basin set on a wooden vanity cupboard, radiator, double glazed window to the front and internal window to the hall and cornice to the wall and ceiling.
Double glazed window to the rear, double glazed leaded internal window to the reception hall and double opening French doors set in a bay window with double glazed windows to either side, cornice to the wall and ceiling, feature coal effect gas stove set in an 'Inglenook' fireplace with stone hearth and ornate oak carved surround, two radiators and cornice to the wall and ceiling.
Double glazed window to the front, radiator and cornice to the wall and ceiling.
This very large room has double opening doors into the main hallway and the kitchen area is fitted with a 1½ bowl sink with mixer tap and five ring hob set in a work surface which extends to two sides and has ranges of cupboards, drawers and an integrated dishwasher beneath, upright pantry style cupboard, oven with cupboards above and below, matching eye level wall cupboards and shelving, hood to the cooking area, double opening double glazed French doors set in a bay window with windows to either side leading out to the rear garden, double glazed window to the side, internal leaded glazed window into the hall and two radiators.
The pantry provides an ideal storage facility.
Half glazed door with flap leading out to the side of the house, radiator and rear flight of stairs leading to the first floor with balustrade and cupboard under.
Having a white low flush w.c., pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, radiator and x-pelair fan.
This room has a stainless steel sink with cupboards and drawers under, matching eye level wall cupboards with shelving to one side, radiator, space for both an automatic washing machine and tumble dryer with a drying rack over and door with two inset glazed panels leading into the rear hall.
Having a 'Potterton' floor mounted 'Osprey' boiler and a large hot water storage tank.
The feature balustrade continues from the stairs leading from the ground floor onto the landing and then to the second flight of stairs which take you to the second floor, three double glazed windows to the front, oak framed feature window with leaded glazed panels to the rear and doors to:
Double glazed window to the rear, double glazed bay window to the side with a leaded glazed internal window onto the landing, recess incorporating hanging space, radiator, double built-in wardrobe and cornice to the wall and ceiling.
The en-suite to the master bedroom has a white suite including a panelled bath with mixer tap and tiling to the walls, large walk-in shower with a mains flow shower system, tiling to two walls with protective screen, hand basin in a vanity unit with cupboards and drawer beneath, tiling to the wall with mirror over, electric shaver point, low flush w.c., opaque double glazed window, ladder heated towel radiator, three mirror fronted vanity cabinets, x-pelair fan and cornice to the wall and ceiling.
Three double glazed windows to the front, built-in double wardrobe, cornice to the wall and ceiling and radiator.
Having a tiled shower cubicle with mains flow shower system and folding door, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, low flush w.c., radiator, mirror with wooden surround and x-pelair fan.
Three double glazed windows to the rear, radiator and cornice to the wall and ceiling, .
Having a tiled shower cubicle with mains flow shower system and folding door, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap and low flush w.c., radiator and x-pelair fan.
Three double glazed windows to the front, radiator, cornice to the wall and ceiling and double built-in wardrobes.
The main bathroom to this floor is half tiled and has a corner bath with mixer taps and hand held shower, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap and low flush w.c., opaque double glazed window, radiator, x-pelair fan and electric shaver point.
Double glazed windows to the front, side and rear, stairs from the ground floor leading to this study area with a second flight of stairs to the second floor and radiator.
Balustrade continues to either side of the landing on the second floor, there are two Velux windows set in the sloping roof at the rear and doors to:
Double glazed window to the rear, two Velux windows and radiator.
Two double glazed windows to the front, radiator, Velux window and recess with hanging space.
Two of the bedrooms on this floor share an inner landing and an en-suite bathroom.
Having a white suite including a panelled bath with mixer tap/shower with a protective screen and hand rails, tiling to the walls, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap and tiled splashback, low flush w.c., radiator and Velux window.
Double glazed window to the front, two Velux windows in the sloping ceiling and radiator.
This large room ideally needs a studded wall and doorway installing so as to create another separate bedroom or storage space and has a double glazed window to the rear, two Velux windows in the sloping ceiling and a radiator.
At the top of the second flight of stairs there is a second study area which has two Velux windows to the sloping ceiling and radiator.
This converted building was originally a tack room and hay loft and has now been converted into a garage with office space above with there being potential to convert into accommodation or an annex. There is a garage and hallway to the ground floor with three large rooms above.
Having an up and over door at the front with a door leading into the hall and w.c., power and lighting.
There is a front reception area which leads into a hall where there are stairs taking you to the first floor, electric storage heater and fitted wall and base cupboards.
Door leading into the garage.
Having a white low flush w.c. And pedestal wash hand basin, opaque glazed window and mirror to the wall by the sink.
Having a white low flush w.c. And pedestal wash hand basin.
Windows to the front and rear and electric storage heater.
Velux window, beams to the ceiling, kitchen area with sink and cupboard and space for a fridge under and electric storage heater.
Window to the side and beams to the sloping ceiling.
Behind the property there is an 'Endless' exercise pool which is covered and will remain when the property is sold. There is a heat and filtration system with the pool.
The driveway leads from the main street to the front of the house where there is a gravelled area which provides off the road parking for several vehicles. There is vehicle access down the right hand side of the house to the rear with a pedestrian access to the left hand side. To the rear there is a large patio with a gate leading onto a lawned garden which extends to the left hand side of the property with there being a selection of mature trees and fencing and screening to the boundaries. There is a wooden summerhouse next to the garage/coach house, outside lighting, water supply and to the left of the house there is a bin storage area.
Proceed out of Long Eaton along Tamworth Road and continue through Sawley and to the island at the junction with the A50. Take the exit signposted towards Hemington and continue into the centre of the village where the property is situated on the right hand side.
An eight bedroom, five bathroom detached home on A plot of 1.5 acres