A fine and substantial period farmhouse which has been restored and extended to a high standard creating a rather special home in a rural location between Southwell and the neighbouring village of Farnsfield.
The house has an ambience which retains the feel of a period house, complemented by a stunning more contemporary open plan living room and kitchen with a connecting breakfast/garden room.
The gardens extend to 0.70 acres having a far reaching aspect across open countryside within which there is a large storage building/garage workshop which has the space to garage six large cars.
Greaves Lane is an oasis of calm, some three miles from extensive amenities and high grade schooling in Southwell, with relatively direct access into the surrounding regional centres of Nottingham, Mansfield and Newark on Trent.
The village has changed little in recent times and although a small community has retained the village inn and an active church community within Church of St. Giles.
Farnsfield, a much larger village to the west, and the Minster town of Southwell to the east offer extensive amenities, professional services and high grade schooling from pre-school through to the renowned Minster School – possibly the best state secondary school in the County.
The larger market town of Newark on Trent offers a first class range of amenities and professional services in a market town environment and from Newark there is direct access to the A1 national road network and a fast direct rail link into London Kings Cross in a scheduled journey time of 80/85 minutes.