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Caythorpe – Carr Farm Lodge

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  • Fine and Substantial Detached Bungalow
  • Very Large Main Sitting Room
  • Stunning Open Plan ‘Living’ Kitchen
  • Four Large Bedrooms
  • Underfloor Central Heating
  • Large Double Garage
  • Stabling and Stable Yard
  • Prime Level Grassland
  • Highly Regarded Village
  • Price Guide
    £810,000

    SUMMARY

    CARR FARM LODGE
    A large contemporary detached bungalow constructed to a high standard (2016) set in extensive gardens and level grassland extending to 6.93 acres (or thereabouts) having an open southerly aspect across unspoilt countryside.

    The internal plan of the bungalow offers remarkably well-planned space which provides a spacious entrance hall, a fine main reception room, a large open plan contemporary kitchen with utility room, and four large bedrooms and bathroom, the master bedroom having a dressing area/en-suite shower room.

    Heating is by an underfloor central heating system with Worcester Bosch boiler complemented by sealed unit double glazing and a high standard of thermal insulation

    The grassland extends southwards into unspoilt countryside and close to the property there is a small stable yard having a mono pitch building divided to form three large stables and tack room, plus a small separate hay store.

    CAYTHORPE
    A highly regarded village having the qualities of a traditional English village; The Black Horse Inn is a fine example of the 'village local' and The Old Volunteer a respected more contemporary pub – restaurant. The annual Caythorpe Show is a longstanding event in the social calendar of the surrounding area and the 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 range of amenities and a highly rated primary schooling, coupled with direct road and rail access into Nottingham centre.

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

    Newark on Trent, some 12 miles to the north east of the village offers first class amenities (including a Waitrose supermarket) professional services, restaurants and leisure facilities.

     

    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