A superb individual detached house in a delightful Conservation village setting bordering to mature parkland offering a stunning home built to the present owners specification (circa 2006).
The design criteria and high grade original specification ensured that Tall Trees is a house of enduring quality constructed with traditional brick elevations beneath a clay pantile roof with solid beam and block concrete flooring to both ground and first floor levels complemented by underfloor central heating and replacement Anglian Upvc double glazing (2014).
The standard of thermal insulation and general specification of the property qualified the house for an energy performance ‘B’ rating, which is unusual in any class of property (overall range A – G) and is affirmation of the attention to detail and up to date design criteria applied when the property was originally built.
Tall Trees was designed for the present owners as a luxury well proportioned retirement home capable of accommodating guests and family if necessary and would be perfect for purchasers seeking a similar lifestyle, equally, the property is more than capable of meeting the demands of modern day family living.
Internal inspection of this rather special home is highly recommended.
Fiskerton is a thriving village set in unspoilt Trent Valley countryside between Nottingham and Newark, and close to the Minster town of Southwell - some three miles to the west of the village. The village offers a post office/general store and The Bromley Arms riverside pub. There is a railway station on the edge of the village approached from Station Road, giving direct rail access to Nottingham.
The thriving Minster town of Southwell offers a wider range of retail amenities, professional services and sports centre, and Southwell schooling is of a renowned standard across the age ranges.
The larger market town of Newark on Trent, offers a more extensive range of retail amenities, 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.