Ladyfield Road, Thorpe Salvin, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S80
Thorpe Salvin Hall is a imposing country home dating back to the 18th century with formal gardens, paddocks and lake extending to 5.9 acres together with 31 acres of grazing/arable land.
• Fantastic panoramic views
• Highly sought after village location
• Excellent communication links
• Period features
• Extensive wine cellars
• Gardens, paddocks and lake extending to approximately 5.9 acres
• Included are up to 31 acres of grazing/arable land.
• 5 large bedrooms, three bathrooms and attic accommodation
• 3 large reception rooms
• Study and billiards room
• Large kitchen and breakfast room
• Garaging, outbuildings and stables
• Formal lawns, paddocks and a lake
Thorpe Salvin is an extremely sought after semi-rural village surrounded by open fields and farmland which has won Britain in Bloom on numerous occasions. The village is home to the ruins of Thorpe Hall dating back to 1570, the picturesque St Peters Church dating back to the 12th century and the Parish Oven public house. The village is well placed for communication being only a few miles from the A57, the main connection road between the A1 and M1 motorways. There is a nearby rail connection at Kiveton Park with regular services to both Sheffield and Lincoln. The village lies within easy commuting distance of Worksop, Retford, Sheffield, Doncaster and Chesterfield.
Private schooling is available locally with the well respected Ranby House Prep and Worksop College both within easy driving distance.
Thorpe Salvin Hall is an imposing stone construction grand country residence occupying a delightful elevated position within the highly sought after village of Thorpe Salvin. The property enjoys magnificent views over the village, the ruins of Thorpe Hall and St Peters Church, and from the rear aspect farm and woodland can be seen as far as the eyes reach. The property is situated within delightful grounds extending to approximately 5.9 acres; the grounds include formal lawns, paddocks and a lake. The property, we believe, dates back to the 18th century and offers impressive period features throughout such as high ceilings, deep skirtings and ornate coving and freeze work. Internally, Thorpe Salvin Hall offers generous and versatile family living accommodation briefly comprising of fantastic wine cellars, kitchen and breakfast room, 3 impressive reception rooms, study and billiard room.
The first floor offers a large master bedroom suite, 4 further bedrooms and two further bathrooms. The attic offers further versatile/storage accommodation along with a bathroom.
The property is offered for sale with up to 31 acres of grazing/arable land.
Accommodation to the ground floor boasts:
Reception hall with a beautiful staircase leading to the first floor.
Cloak room having a WC and wash hand basin.
Sitting room with the principle features of the room being the large bay window to the front elevation enjoying south facing views over the formal lawns and lake beyond and the open fire place with a marble hearth and surround.
Dining room, again having a large bay window to the front elevation along with an open fireplace with a stone surround.
Study with a range of fitted cupboards.
Drawing room; this impressive principle reception room has a door leading out to the formal lawns along with an open fire place with a stone surround.
Inner hall incorporating a cloak room incorporating a WC and wash hand basin.
Billiard room, with a raised stage and French doors leading out to the formal lawns.
Breakfast room having a brick fireplace with an inset cast iron multi-fuel stove. From the breakfast room stairs lead down to the fantastic wine cellars which provide storage for approximately 600 bottles; there is wine shelving/storage for individual bottles and crates.
Kitchen, fitted with a comprehensive range of oak fronted wall and base units incorporating an oil fired Aga. Off the kitchen is the laundry room with stairs leading down to the second cellar housing the boiler.
Rear porch and entrance hall; a second set of stairs give access to the first floor.
Utility room, with a range of fitted cupboards.
To the first floor:
Large landing from which two sets of stairs lead to the attic accommodation.
Master bedroom suite to incorporate; a fitted dressing room, large bedroom with a range of fitted furniture having fantastic views over countryside along with an en-suite bathroom comprising of a 4 piece suite.
Guest bedroom, a large double bedroom with fitted furniture along with an en-suite bathroom comprising of a 5 piece suite, the bathroom can also be accessed from the landing.
Bedroom 3, also a large double bedroom with an en-suite bathroom comprising of a 3 piece suite.
Bedroom 4, a large double with fitted furniture and a wash hand basin.
Bedroom 5, a large double bedroom with fitted furniture.
2nd floor attic accommodation:
The attic provides further bedroom accommodation and storage facilities along with a three piece bathroom. This floor however could be used for a myriad of purposes.
The property is approached via a sweeping tree lined private drive leading to the gravelled area to the front of the property and a block paved area to the rear. The delightful grounds comprise; formal lawned gardens with a host of mature trees and shrubbery along with well stocked flower beds along with a timber decked area with a hot tub. Beyond the lawns is the lake which has two central islands to the southernmost boundary.
Garaging, outbuildings and stables:
Directly to the rear of the property is access to the two garages, there are also two stone built store rooms one housing the oil tank. There is a further external store room incorporating a WC. Within the grounds are two green houses and a stable block comprising of two loose boxes and a tack room with power and water connected.
We are offering Thorpe Salvin Hall for sale with 31 acres of grazing/arable land. Any amount of land can be purchased up to the 31 acres.
Guide Price £1,250,000
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