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STUNNING grade 2 listed family home in the village of Bradmore. FIVE bedrooms with four en-suite bathrooms, set over three floors. Private garden, off road parking, double garage and outbuilding. MUST BE VIEWED TO BE APPRECIATED.

Tattershalls are proud to present this beautiful five bedroom, three storey, family home in Bradmore. This period property is Grade 2 listed and was built in the seventeenth century by Thomas Parkyns. The property has been refurbished and remodelled with a contemporary theme. Located in the sought-after village of Bradmore, this property must be viewed to be fully appreciated.


Tenure: Freehold


ENTRANCE HALL Upon entering the property, you are greeted by the entrance hall with exposed oak ceiling timbers and a fitted maple display unit.

KITCHEN/ BREAKFAST ROOM 5.00m plus dining bay recess x 3.35m (16’6" plus dining bay recess x 11’0")
Stylish kitchen with white units and granite worktops with matching island, integrated dishwasher and fridge, traditional inglenook style brick dressed recess with a fitted Belling range cooker set to a granite topped surround, exposed and restored oak ceiling timbers. There is a bay window and French door overlooking the rear garden. Sash window to Farmer Street.

LARGE UTILITY ROOM 5.35m x 2.30m (17’6" x 7’6)
Spacious utility with fitted gloss units with space (and plumbing) for washing machine, tumble dryer and American style fridge freezer. Enclosed boiler cupboard housing a gas fired Hero 90 boiler unit providing domestic hot water and central heating. Ceramic flooring.

SITTING ROOM 5.00m x 4.10m (16’6" x 13’6")
Charming sitting room tastefully decorated with exposed oak timbers and French doors onto the rear garden. Sash window to Farmer Street. Traditional Inglenook style fireplace with a heavy oak crossbeam, brick dressed chimney piece and fitted cast iron Jotul wood-burning stove set to a raised brick hearth.

DINING ROOM 5.00m x 2.95m (16’6" x 9’9")
Quaint dining room with exposed oak timbers with brick chimney surround and open-hearth fireplace. Original floor to ceiling built in cupboards.

INNER STAIRCASE HALL Beautifully decorated walls with staircase leading to first floor, study, and downstairs WC.

STUDY 3.50m x 2.05m (11’6" x 6’9")
Good size study with exposed ceiling timbers. Restored boarded period doorway.

DOWNSTAIRS WC Vanity wash hand basin with WC. Beautifully decorated wall art and door leading to the rear garden.


LANDING Exposed oak timbers and staircase leading to the second floor.

BEDROOM ONE 5.20m x 3.3m (17’0" x 11’0")
Master bedroom with exposed beams and windows overlooking both Farmer Street and the rear garden. Ornamental cast iron period hob-grate and two period cupboards.

EN-SUITE / DRESSING ROOM White bathroom suite with deep contoured bath, corner shower cubical, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. Enclosed airing cupboard.

BEDROOM TWO 4.10m x 4.10m (13’6" x 13’6") overall
Bright and airy double bedroom with exposed timbers with old under the stair’s storage cupboard. Sash window overlooking Farmer Street.

EN-SUITE BATHROOM Shower cubical with WC and wash hand basin. Sash window overlooking Farmer Street.

BEDROOM THREE 5.10m x 3.50m (16’9" x 11’6")
Spacious double bedroom with exposed oak timbers, brick chimney surround and open-hearth fireplace. Sash window overlooking Farmer Street.

EN-SUITE BATHROOM Beautiful exposed timbers and ornamental stained-glass window. Contoured bath with glass screen and shower above. Circular glass plinthed wash hand basin and WC. Window overlooking rear garden.


LANDING SITTING ROOM 5.20m x 4.10m (17’0" x 13’6")
Spacious sitting room with Velux window and high vaulted ceiling.


BEDROOM FOUR 5.20m x 3.35m (17’0" x 11’0") – reduced ceiling height
There is an inner landing before entering bedroom five. This fifth double bedroom has an enclosed walk-in wardrobe/storage cupboard, with Enclosed hot water cylinder cupboard, fitted electric immersion heater probe. The Velux window creates a bright and airy feel to the room.

EN-SUITE Large en-suite shower room with exposed structural ceiling timbers and ceramic tiles. Shower cubical, WC and mounted wash hand basin. Enclosed storage cupboard.

BEDROOM FIVE 5.20m x 3.50m (17’0" x 11’6") – reduced ceiling height
Double bedroom with high vaulted ceiling and gable end window.

OUTSIDE This beautiful period property features a sheltered landscaped garden with decked area and herringbone pattern brick terrace from the kitchen and sitting room. A winding brick pathway connects to the rear parking court and double garage. The garage is electrically operated with lights and power facility. There is a former wash house brick and pantile outbuilding offering scope for restoration to create a garden room, studio or home office.

LOCATION Bradmore is a beautiful village situated just off the A60 south of Nottingham. With easy access to Nottingham and Loughborough and with local facilities available at West Bridgford, Ruddington and Keyworth. Excellent private schooling is available at West Bridgford, Nottingham and Loughborough. This conservation village has a large variety of attractive farm houses, cottages and other period properties.

DISCLAIMER These sales particulars have been prepared by Tattershalls on behalf of the vendor. Fixtures and fittings other than those mentioned are to be agreed with the Seller. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. Statements contained within this brochure are provided in good faith and are understood to be accurate, although cannot be guaranteed since we rely on information provided by other parties. Any services, systems and appliances listed in this specification have not been tested by us and no guarantee as to their operating ability or efficiency is given. If you require further information on any points, please contact us.

Money Laundering
The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017 (MLR 2017) came into force on 26 June 2017. Tattershalls require any successful purchasers proceeding with a property to provide two forms of identification i.e. passport or photocard driving license and a recent utility bill or bank statement. We are also required to obtain proof of funds and provide evidence of where the funds originated from. This evidence will be required prior to Tattershalls removing a property from the market and instructing solicitors for your purchase.

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