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Oxton – 2 Blind Lane

SUMMARY

2 BLIND LANE
A charming Grade II Listed detached four bedroom cottage of appreciable character with a wealth of exposed original ceiling timbers, offering a delightful period home in a highly regarded Conservation village offering all the essential ingredients of traditional village life.

Originally a mews of three cottages the cottage has three separate period staircases and with interconnecting rooms on the first floor the property has an interior design which lends itself to creating self-contained / independent living space to suit personal family needs.

OXTON
Oxton is a highly regarded village to the north east of Nottingham protected by a Conservation Area designation and having the essential ingredients of traditional village life - a thriving Post Office and village grocery store, a modern village hall, two popular village inns and an active church community. There a number of picturesque local walks.

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.

Nottingham is accessed across country through Redhill and along the A60 Mansfield Road into the City centre with the City Hospital and the Queens Medical accessible from the Nottingham Outer Ring Road.

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

or telephone 01636 815 544

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  • KEY FEATURES

  • A charming Grade II Listed period cottage of appreciable character with a wealth of exposed original ceiling timbers
  • Originally a mews of three cottages the property has three period staircases with interconnecting rooms on the first floor
  • Main Sitting Room – Music Room, Garden Room, Second Sitting Room and Dining Room
  • Hand Crafted Country Breakfast Kitchen with an Aga cooking range, Utility Room and a Cloakroom – Shower Room
  • Four Good Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms, Gas Fired Central Heating.
  • Delightful Frontage Cottage Gardens a rear Courtyard Garden, Double Garage
  • The interior layout of the cottage lends itself to creating a self-contained / independent living space to suit personal family needs
  • Highly regarded Conservation Village setting offering wonderful local walks and a traditional rural village lifestyle
  • Offers in Excess of
    £675,000