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Caythorpe – Moorfield Farm

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  • Detached Period Country Cottage
  • Open Plan Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Sitting Room
  • Second Sitting Room/Formal Dining Room
  • Ground Floor Bedroom & Wet Room
  • Study Areas
  • Four Further First Floor Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom & En Suite
  • Integral Garage & Workshop
  • Exquisite Country Garden
  • Price Guide
    £660,000

    SUMMARY

    MOORFIELD FARM
    A rather special detached period country cottage extended on a well considered basis to provide a delightful home of appreciable character which is appointed to a particularly high standard throughout; internal inspection is therefore genuinely recommended.

    This interesting country property has evolved from its smaller more humble original origins to a larger scale home with flexible internal accommodation offering the potential to create a small self contained annex arrangement for a dependant relative or more independently minded teenager if so desired.

    The property has been the subject of two extensions over more recent times (since 1998) and the kitchen was installed and upgraded over two projects in 2007 and 2016. Particular reference is made to the high grade replacement sealed unit double glazed timber window system.

    CAYTHORPE
    A highly regarded village set in the Trent Valley having the cohesive qualities of a traditional English village; the long established Black Horse Inn is renowned for its convivial atmosphere and a fine example of the 'village local' as well as The Old Volunteer a popular gastro pub.

    The annual Village Show is a longstanding event in the social calendar of the surrounding area and Caythorpe Cricket Club is a well-respected club competing in the County leagues at both senior and junior levels.

    The larger neighbouring village of Lowdham offers useful day to day amenities and primary schooling, coupled with direct road and rail access into Nottingham centre and Newark on Trent.

    The Minster town of Southwell offers a more extensive range of retail amenities, professional services, sports centre and subject to entrance requirements, Southwell schooling is of a renowned standard across the age ranges.

    Newark on Trent, some 14 miles to the north east of the village offers first class amenities (including a Waitrose supermarket) professional services, restaurants and leisure facilities including a sport centre and marina.

    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.

     

    FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO ARRANGE A VIEWING

    Email: emma.thomas@smithandpartners.co.uk or hannah.chick@smithandpartners.co.uk

    or telephone 01636 815 544