Abbey Lane, NG13

A handsome Georgian, double bay fronted residence located within the charming village of Aslockton which borders the Vale of Belvoir and is within easy reach of the popular nearby market town of Bingham.


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Built in 1823, Elm house is a delightful period home offering a wealth of charm and character with high ceilings, deep skirting and architrave, attractive period fireplaces to the bedrooms and multi fuel burner to the sitting room, sash windows to the front elevations with bays to both living and dining rooms. Most of the rooms offer a dual aspect creating a wonderful light and airy atmosphere.

The property is very archetypal in its layout with a central hall and split level galleried landing above. It has two main reception rooms, a spacious dining kitchen and from the landing three bedrooms and an attractive bathroom with roll top bath and separate shower, traditional style suite and high flush WC.

As well as the inherent character within the property, Elm house also benefits from a Worcester Bosch combi gas boiler and double glazing throughout.

The property occupies a delightful corner plot within easy walking distance of the heart of the village, set back behind a wrought iron railing frontage and offering car standing for one vehicle with further on street parking on Dawns Lane to the side of the property.

The gardens run to three sides with well stocked borders, lawn and gravelled seating area, established fruit trees and enclosed by newly planted hedging and fencing.

Amenities in Aslockton include a public house, local post office and shop, tea room, hairdressers, Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' primary school and a railway station offering good links to both Nottingham and Grantham. Additional amenities can be found in the nearby market town of Bingham approximately 2-3 miles from the property which include a leisure centre with indoor pool, Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' secondary schooling, and a wide range of local shops, doctors surgery and dentists. The village is bypassed by the A52 which provides good road access to the cities of Nottingham, Grantham and Leicester as well as the A1 and the M1.


Entrance hall
Having spindle balustrade staircase rising to the first floor, useful under stairs storage with light, quarry tiled floor, central heating radiator, ceiling light point, glazed lights above the front door. Stripped pine door leads to a:

Sitting room
A delightful light and airy main reception room benefitting from dual aspect. The main feature of the room is the chimney breast with brick hearth and multi fuel burner, arched shelved alcoves to either side, deep skirting, exposed beam to the ceiling, two decorative wall lights, dado rail, two central heating radiators, TV point, walk in bay with UPVC double glazed sash windows overlooking the front garden and double glazed hardwood French doors leading onto the rear patio.

Dining room
Another light and airy room benefiting from dual aspect. The main feature of the room is the chimney breast with fireplace, timber lintel and brick hearth, deep skirting, two central heating radiators, exposed beam to the ceiling, picture rail, glazed hatch through to the kitchen, double glazed window to the side elevation and attractive walk in bay with UPVC double glazed sash windows overlooking the front garden.

Returning to the entrance hall a ledge and brace door leads through to the:

Dining Kitchen
An attractive well-proportioned light and airy space benefiting from dual aspect and fitted with a generous range of white cottage style wall, base and drawer units, glass fronted display cabinets, butchers block effect laminate work surfaces with inset ceramic sink and drainer unit with chrome mixer tap. Replacement gas central heating Worcester Bosch boiler with space for free standing washing machine, dishwasher and alcove space for fridge feezer. The centre of the room is complimenting island unit providing additional storage, integrated wine rack and butchers block work surface. Quarry tiled floor, two over head lights, heavy beamed ceiling with original hanging hooks, attractive fireplace and painted chimney breast with raised flagstone hearth and inset solid fuel stove and timber lintel over. In addition there is a central heating radiator, spot light over the oven, UPVC double glazed windows overlooking the side elevation and rear garden and a stable door leading out to the exterior of the property.


Galleried landing 
Flooded with light and having replacement sash UPVC window, stunning antique chandelier, deep skirting, phone point, pine door leading to:

Bedroom 1
A well-proportioned double bedroom with high ceiling, chimney breast with inset fireplace, alcoves to either side, covered ceiling, deep skirting, central heating radiator, replacement UPVC double glazed sash window to the front elevation, useful floor to ceiling storage cupboards.

Bedroom 2
A further well-proportioned double bedroom benefiting from dual aspect. Having chimney breast with attractive insert period fireplace, deep skirting, high coved ceiling, central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed window to the side elevation and UPVC double glazed sash window to the front

From the original landing area a split staircase rises to a:

Secondary landing
Having spindle balustrade, access to loft space, central heating thermostat, deep skirting and cottage latch ledge and brace door leading to:

Bedroom 3 
Having deep skirting, central heating radiator, ceiling light point, UPVC double glazed window with pleasant aspect onto the rear garden.

Appointed with a traditional style bathroom suite, roll top free standing bath with brass style mixer tap and integrated shower handset. Tongue and grove panelling and stripped wooden floors, integrated down lights and beam to the ceiling with extractor fan. Pedestal wash had basin with brass taps, high flush wc, deep skirting, combination column radiator with integrated towel rail, shower cubical with overhead shower head, UPVC double glazed window to side elevation.

The property occupies a delightful prominent corner plot within the village close to the heart of Aslockton. Set back from the road behind original railing frontage, a pedestrian gate gives access to a gravel pathway leading to the front door and a decorative font garden with mature trees.

The gardens run to three sides of the property, mainly laid to lawn and stocked with established trees and shrubs, enclosed to the side by hedging and to the rear, a recently erected fence. To the side of the property is a driveway for one vehicle providing convenient off road parking and bin storage. To the rear of the property is a gravelled seating area with a brick raised boarder and courtesy gate access to Dawns lane. The property also benefits from a handy storage shed with power and lighting. 

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