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Main Street, Dunham on Trent, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG22

££475,000

6 Bedroom Detached House For Sale

A rare opportunity to acquire a substantial period residence in a prominent position in the riverside village of Dunham on Trent. The property is currently used as a holiday let which provides a gross income of c. £55,000pa. Dunham House offers most generous living accommodation laid out over three floors, retaining many period features, such as high ceilings, fireplaces, picture rails and deep skirting. There is the potential for further enhancement to create a magnificent family home.

Location
Dunham House occupies a prominent position within the sought after village of Dunham on Trent, situated adjacent to The White Swan Public House. Dunham is a modest but popular Trentside village with a range of facilities and services including the aforementioned public house, parish church, post office and junior school. The nearby towns of Retford and Newark along with the Cathedral City of Lincoln provide a wider range of shops, services, facilities and schooling. The property is also conveniently located for commuter links; there is easy access to Retford & Newark railway stations, both of which have an East Coast Mainline services to London Kings Cross taking approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes. The A1 motorway is located approximately 6 miles away and Doncaster Robin Hood Airport is approximately 25 miles away. Commuting to Lincoln is quite feasible lying approximately 12 miles to the east. Retford itself is a fine Georgian North Nottinghamshire market town, boasting a full range of amenities. There is an impressive and recently refurbished market square and the town has excellent transport links. Leisure amenities and educational facilities (both state and independent) are well catered for.

Architectural & Historical Note
Dunham House is a 18th Century detached house of imposing Georgian architecture, formally named St. Oswald's House after the village Church of St Oswald. Grade II listed, this family home is believed to have originally been built as a Prebendal House to Southwell Minster in 1721 and has painted red brick and a steep hipped slate roof with elegant twin stacks with ornate crown pots.

Accommodation
The accommodation commences with an entrance lobby which opens into a substantial and elegant reception hall, from which the principal staircase ascends to the first floor. A fine suite of reception rooms are provided comprising drawing room which is double aspect, dining room with feature brick fireplace and panelled sitting room with an open fireplace, exposed floorboards and display niche, all of which have elegant tall windows. A sizeable breakfasting kitchen is provided which has a wealth of exposed beams, tiled flooring, a good range of fitted units, granite worktops and range cooker together with back staircase.

Also on the ground floor are two further rooms, currently used as bedrooms and a shower room. Ancillary accommodation at ground floor level includes side entrance lobby and utility room. Below ground is the cellar, with its two rooms provide additional storage.

At first floor level, the five main bedrooms radiate around the generous landing, two of which have en-suite shower rooms and one with an en- suite cloakroom. Most bedrooms retain original feature fireplaces and exposed beam work. A good-sized family bathroom and WC are also provided. The back staircase descends from one of the bedrooms back down to the kitchen.

The second floor has four attic rooms which can be further bedrooms if required. In all, the accommodation is measured at approx. 5000sqft.

Ground Floor

Entrance Lobby and Hall
Drawing Room – 4.90m x 4.70m
Sitting Room – 5.09m x 4.74m
Dining Room – 5.01m x 4.77m
Breakfast Kitchen – 8.08m x 4.76m
Utility Room
Rear Lobby
Shower Room
Downstairs Bedroom Six - 5.07m x 3.87m
Downstairs Bedroom Eight – 4.10m x 2.41m

Cellar 

Cellar Room One – 4.71m x 3.94m
Cellar Room Two – 2.61m x 2.04m

First Floor

Landing
Master Bedroom - 5.46m x 4.80m
En-Suite Shower Room
Bedroom Two – 4.97m x 4.96m
En-Suite Shower Room
Bedroom Three – 4.97m x 4.97m
Bedroom Four – 4.26m x 3.43m
En-Suite Cloakroom
Bedroom Five – 5.13m x 3.84m
Bedroom Seven – 4.26m x 3.48m
Bathroom
Cloakroom

Second Floor

Loft Room - 5.92m x 4.57m
Loft Room – 4.57m x 4.47m
Storage/Loft Room – 4.87m x 4.40m
Storage – 4.49m x 3.36m

Outside

Store/Former Stable – 7.75m x 4.82m
Store – 4.43m x 3.19m
Games Room – 11.53m x 4.43m

Outside
Without doubt, a particular feature of Dunham House is its location in the historic river crossing village of Dunham on Trent and its mature grounds. There is an enclosed south facing garden which is mostly laid to lawn with established trees and borders. The property is approached by hand gate with steps up from the pavement to the front panel door or via a gated driveway with good parking. The single storey buildings to the rear comprise a good sized games room and two stores which were the original former stables. These would make an ideal self-contained annexe or home office subject to the necessary planning consents being granted.

A degree of refurbishment is required yet the property offers potential to create a stunning family residence.

General Remarks and Stipulations
Agents Notes: The property is Grade II Listed under the Planning (Listed Buildings and Conservation Areas) Act 1990 as amended for its special architectural and historic interest. The property, being Grade II Listed is exempt from the requirement to provide an Energy Performance Certificate.
Tenure and Possession: The Property is Freehold and vacant possession will be given upon completion.
Council Tax: 
We are advised by Bassetlaw District Council that this property is in Band G.
Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected along with an oil fired central heating system. Please note, we have not tested the services or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase.
Floorplans: The floorplans within these particulars are for identification purposes only, they are representational and are not to scale. Accuracy and proportions should be checked by prospective purchasers at the property.
Money Laundering Regulations: In accordance with Anti Money Laundering Regulations, buyers will be required to provide proof of identity once an offer has been accepted (subject to contract) prior to solicitors being instructed.
General: Whilst every care has been taken with the preparation of these particulars, they are only a general guide to the property. These Particulars do not constitute a contract or part of a contract.
 

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Six Oaks
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