A superb modern home offering open-plan living and envious local amenities and attractions, all within around 1 hour 10 mins from London Kings Cross (Newark Northgate).
An extended detached residence with a contemporary feel throughout with open-plan living at its best and impressive garage. Accommodation briefly includes lounge, open-plan kitchen diner, large utility, five bedrooms and three bathrooms including two ensuite.
Rolleston is a small village 3.5 miles east of Southwell and 5 miles west of Newark. Local eateries include a tea room and The Crown Pub Bistro.
More extensive shopping facilities can be found in nearby Southwell with an outstanding choice of shops. Family butchers, grocers, ironmongers, a delicatessen and fashion boutiques are interspersed with convenience stores, confectioners, pharmacies, a post office, traditional pubs and restaurants, and food takeaways. The independent shops are complemented by a large Co-op supermarket, a Saturday market selling local produce, and fresh fish stalls on Wednesdays and Fridays.
In addition to the celebrated attractions of the town, from the stately Minster and Prebendal Houses to the historic Workhouse and half-timbered Saracen’s Head hotel, there is a choice of sporting and leisure activities. Southwell has a racecourse and a golf club, and there is a second golf centre at Norwood Park that is entered, like the prestigious Norwood Park events venue, via a driveway opposite
The town has rugby, cricket and football clubs and a leisure centre with swimming pools and a fitness suite. The surrounding area offers excellent opportunities for walking and cycling around the local countryside, exploring Heritage Trails, and visiting attractions like the Museum of Timekeeping, White Post Farm for family days out. Eden Hall Spa is nearby for personal pampering, as well as the popular Southwell Racecourse next door to the village.
The property is within the catchment for the "outstanding" ofsted rated Southwell Minster School.
Newark provides easy rail access to London and is dotted with attractive Georgian architecture, independent stores and relaxed bistros, all centralised around a cobbled market square. Newark enjoys popular heritage sites including Newark Castle where visitors can take tours, view exhibitions or enjoy a stroll through the Victorian gardens. Other local attractions include a state-of-the-art cinema, a popular museum, art gallery and the town's notable Palace Theatre. There is a handful of interesting independent stores and antique shops in the town centre and a number of large supermarkets also close by. Newark Markets are also popular among locals and visitors alike, offering fresh organic produce, locally-caught fish and artisan gifts.
The property is approached through wooden gates onto a large gravel driveway. Gardens are positioned to front, side and rear elevations and have a mix of areas to include lawn and patio along with raised kitchen garden areas and greenhouse. The property is fully enclosed by a mix of fenced and mature hedged boundaries.
Particularly of note is an impressive double garage with workshop area and inspection pit measuring 7.93m x 7.50m.
The property is centrally heated throughout with mains gas, water, electricity and drainage all connected.
The property is offered for sale by Modern/Online Auction. Date to be confirmed.
Freehold with vacant possession on completion.
Strictly by prior arrangement with the Agents: