*** GUIDE PRICE £500,000 - 530,000 ***
Benjamins are welcoming this property in the heart of Wollaton, views right from the living room window of the stunning Wollaton hall and the deer roaming freely throughout the park!
Picturesque as the views are, this three-bedroom detached property is beautifully extended home comprising of; Large driveway, entrance hall, living room, downstairs WC, utility, extended kitchen dining area, three double bedrooms upstairs, family bathroom. Private rear garden with garage access through also more potential to extend further out the back of the rear garden.
This prime location holds history since the fourteenth century, herds of deer have roamed Wollaton 500 acres of parkland, which is home to all kinds of habitats, including grassland, wetland and woodland. Wollaton Hall was built between 1580 and 1588 for Sir Francis Willoughby and is believed to be designed by the Elizabethan architect, Robert Smythson, who had by then completed Longleat in Wiltshire and was to go on to design Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire, complete with a natural history museum inside bursting with history.
If you would like to book a viewing, please call Benjamins on 01159 371713.
Entrance through UPVC double glazed front door with glass side window panels also window to side aspect, laminate flooring, two ceiling light pendants.
Doors leading to Kitchen, downstairs loo, and living room.
UPVC double glazed bay window to front aspect with views of Wollaton Hall, extended open living room with laminate flooring, two ceiling light pendants. UPVC double french doors leading to private rear garden.
Leading from entrance hall, two piece white suite consisting of low level WC and wash basin. UPVC double glazed window to side aspect.
Kitchen / Dining Room
Leading from entrance hall, Fitted ivory units with roll edge work surface. Four piece Lewis & Cooke set comprising of ; oven and four gas ring hob along with extractor, integrated grill and oven set. Integrated fridge and freezer. Laminate flooring, UPVC double glazed french doors leading into the garden.
UPVC double glazed bay windows over looking Wollaton Park. Double sized bedroom, carpet to flooring, single ceiling light pendant.
UPVC double glazed window to side aspect also radiator. Double sized bedroom, carpet to flooring, single ceiling light pendant.
UPVC double glazed window to front aspect, also radiator, double sized bedroom, carpet to flooring, single ceiling light pendant.
Stairs leading to Bedroom one, two and three also family bathroom. Carpet to flooring, single ceiling light pendant.
Door leading from landing; four piece white suite comprising of wash hand basin, bathtub, low level WC and double walk in shower. Beige tiled flooring, grey splash back tiling. UPVC double glazed window to side and rear aspect, radiator and spotlight ceiling pendants. Storage cupboard, Combi boiler located here.
Private Rear Garden
UPVC french doors from the kitchen and lounge leading into the private rear garden, patio area, steps down to mainly laid to lawn. Additional patio area to the back with shed. Various shrub and plants along the boundary on the left side.
Lighting and power.
The Formal Gardens are located at the back of the magnificent Wollaton Hall, and include several statues, a Doric temple and the Camellia House. The gardens are used throughout the year for events such as outdoor theatre and private events such as weddings.
There are over 90 red and 120 fallow deer at Wollaton. These wild deer are incredible to see, though during the rutting season (September and October), stags are protective of hinds, and during calving season (June and July) deer tend to their young, so we ask the public maintain a safe distance at all times.
Local Wildlife & Formal Gardens
The Lake is the perfect place to walk around and look out for local wildlife. The birds spotted in this area include jay, nuthatch, sparrowhawk and even ring-necked parakeets. At the far side of the lake there is a false Bridge that was a boathouse designed to enhance the landscape. There have been sightings of northern pike in the lake.
These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed, and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by ourselves. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.