GUIDE PRICE £650,000 - £675,000. 'Gretton Brook' is an attractive 4 bedroom detached home which sits within a large paddock and gardens on the outskirts of the highly sought after village of Collingham. This fantastic property was built circa 1856 and was originally a game keeper's cottage which has now been substantially extended and updated. The property also benefits from a generous garden, extensive parking and a range of outbuildings including a large wooden barn. In total the property's plot size is roughly 1.44 acres.
The gravel and hedge lined gated driveway leads to an ample car parking area and access to the outbuildings which include a workshop, kennel, stores and large wooden barn. The property has accommodation comprising of: entrance porch, entrance hallway, study, downstairs WC, dining room, spacious triple aspect lounge, conservatory, kitchen, pantry, breakfast room, utility room and a ground floor shower room. To the 1st floor there are 4 double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a separate WC. The master bedroom benefits from built in wardrobes and a generous ensuite bathroom.
The property has a generous lawned rear garden which is completely enclosed on 3 sides by hedging along with a variety of established fruit trees and shrubs. There is also a large paddock at the side of the house and a pathway that leads to a gated personal access onto Westbrook Lane.
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Having a great location and range of amenities, it is easy to understand why Collingham is such a popular village. Situated just 6 miles north of Newark with great transport links including easy access to the A46 & A1, its own train station which offers services to, Nottingham, Lincoln, and Newark which in turn has an East Coast mainline station linking it to London’s Kings Cross. Amenities include a good sized Co-op, family butchers, Post Office, takeaways, dining/socialising establishments with ‘The Royal Oak’ Public House being community owned, and a variety of sports and leisure clubs. Collingham has its own medical centre incorporating a doctor’s surgery, dentist and pharmacy and there is also a primary school.
Please note these are draft particulars awaiting final approval from the vendor, therefore the contents within may be subject to change and must not be relied upon as an entirely accurate description of the property.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract. All services and appliances have not and will not be tested, measurements cannot be taken to be accurate, they are given as a guide only.