A Grade II listed late regency detached family home offering accommodation over four floors which is immaculately maintained throughout and a viewing comes highly recommended.
A STUNNING PERIOD GRADE II LISTED 'LATE REGENCY' DETACHED RESIDENCE WITH MODERN FITMENT INTERNALLY.
Field House is offered to the market for the first time in over 40 years with no upward chain and represents a rare opportunity to acquire a beautifully appointed family home.
We are both excited and proud to be able to sell this period property which combines character and quality throughout. Mentioned in Margaret E Cooper's 'In search of historic Beeston' and immaculately maintained, this quite stunning family home is possibly one of the 'best' properties we have offered for sale in the last 32 years we have been as Robert Ellis in Beeston.
The extensive accommodation situated over four floors (cellarage and attic rooms) has an abundance of versatility for any family combination with large garden and double car port/boat shed/garaging amongst many other fantastic features.
In brief the accommodation summary comprises entrance hallway, all accessed of a feature six pane door with fan light, all within this lightly projecting pediment porch. Sash windows with Tudor hoods found with a view to the rear garden, conservatory sun lounge, dining room, snug, morning room, fitted kitchen with adjoining breakfast kitchen, lobby to walk-in pantry/scullery and cloakroom/w.c. Doorway to lower ground floor with four plus separate rooms, study, wine store, games as well as a full laundry with natural light and a gas boiler. Rising to the first floor off a stick baluster staircase, cornices and doors with feature door surrounds and dado rails. Four bedrooms, the master with full en-suite and further family shower room/w.c. Stairs to three further attic rooms which provide options for additional storage, playroom and bedroom.
An elegant frontage with in-out driveway and associated parking, maturely planted walled and fenced bordering, with side drive leading past an extensive garden with remote sensor double gates, further car standing and car port/boat shed/double garaging, 'Hartley Botanic' greenhouse, vegetable garden, expansive lawns, well stocked shrubbery – a versatile garden space for all the family.
Within easy striking distance of Nottingham and Derby centres (A52) and East Midlands Airport as well as walking distance of Beeston town centre.
Seldom are such properties ever offered to the market and an early viewing comes warmly recommended.
With six pane door and fan light top allowing natural light to an impressive hallway with stick baluster staircase leading to the first floor. Glazed door to the rear patio and understairs storage/cloaks cupboard.
4.086m x 3.598m approx (13'4" x 11'9" approx)
With window to the front and open archway through to a further family room off.
2.816m x 2.192m approx (9'2" x 7'2" approx)
With further window to the front.
3.294m x 2.931m approx (10'9" x 9'7" approx)
Central heating radiator, window to the front.
4.469m x 4.453m approx (14'7" x 14'7" approx)
With feature fireplace, central heating radiator, window to the rear garden and glazed door to:
6.798m x 3.448m approx (22'3" x 11'3" approx)
Double glazed windows and doors overlooking the rear garden, pressed steel radiator and additional lockable store room off.
2.396m x 1.564m approx (7'10" x 5'1" approx)
3.970m x 3.683m approx (13'0" x 12'0" approx)
An impressive wood fitted kitchen with 'Smeg' gas range, 1½ bowl 'Belfast' sink, appliance space, granite work surfacing and double steps to:
5.237m x 3.240m approx (17'2" x 10'7" approx)
Table and chair space, wood flooring, radiator, window to the rear. Doorway to a further front entrance lobby.
4.561m x 2.154m approx (14'11" x 7'0" approx)
With tiled flooring, radiator and door to the front. Doorway to:
2.138m x 1.964m approx (7'0" x 6'5" approx)
Tiled thrawl and ceramic tiled floor.
With low flush w.c., vanity wash hand basin, ceramic tiled floor, radiator, window to the front.
Accessed off the dining part of the kitchen, stairs to:
4.888m x 4.273m approx (16'0" x 14'0" approx)
With access to:
3.710m x 3.046m approx (12'2" x 9'11" approx)
With wall mounted 'Worcester' gas boiler for central heating and hot water, laundry cupboards and further storage cupboard off.
Games Room, study and wine store as well as additional storage rooms.
6.235m x 2.116m approx (20'5" x 6'11" approx)
With glazed window to the rear garden.
4.578m x 4.464m approx (15'0" x 14'7" approx)
With built-in wardrobes, radiator, window to the rear and doorway to:
With 'P' shaped bath with shower, low flush w.c. and wash hand basin, tiled splashbacks, heated towel rail, ceiling spotlights, window to the rear.
4.446m x 3.723m approx (14'7" x 12'2" approx)
Radiator, built-in wardrobes, window to the front.
3.808m x 3.363m plus additional recess approx (12'
Central heating radiator, open fireplace, window to the rear.
3.701m x 3.033m approx (12'1" x 9'11" approx)
Radiator, window to the front.
Corner shower cubicle, vanity wash hand basin, low flush w.c., tiled splashbacks, window to the front and radiator.
With built-in airing cupboard, lagged cylinder and immersion heater and stairs to attic rooms.
4.109m x 4.029m approx (13'5" x 13'2" approx)
With window to the side.
4.059m x 2.139m approx (13'3" x 7'0" approx)
With Velux window to the rear.
3.239m x 2.957m approx (10'7" x 9'8" approx)
With further storage and window to the gable.
Walled and fenced boundaries to a generous garden at the front comprising shale and rubberised surface, car standing and turning, flower and shrub borders, all neatly enclosed by a gate of Broadgate to the front. Vehicular access at the side of the property via a drive to further double gates leading to a timber and oak car port/double garage. Walled boundaries, vegetable garden, 'Hartley Botanic' greenhouse, expansive lawned gardens, side pedestrian gate and stone slabbed patio with outside tap, three further doors to the kitchen, inner hallway and conservatory off the rear.
5.690m x 5.607m approx (18'8" x 18'4" approx)
With light and power.
Proceeding out of Beeston on Broadgate towards Nottingham University, the property is found on the right hand side clearly identified by our 'for sale' board.
A Grade II listed late regency detached family home with six receptions and four bedrooms