Particulars of sale for three 'Ramsdale' properties

Ramsdale Farm, Oxton Road, Arnold, Nottingham NG5 8PS

Ramsdale House, Fylingdales near Whitby, Yorkshire YO22 4QN, and

Maison Pierre, Ramsdale, Fylingdales, Whitby, YO22

Ramsdale Farm, Oxton Road, Arnold, Nottingham NG5 8PS
9th January 2014 (£1,500,000)

A beautifully presented former farmstead dating back to the Georgian period, having later additions and subject to comprehensive refurbishment circa 12 years ago has come onto the market with Alexanders. It is a fine example of period property offering southerly elevations, light and spacious rooms, surrounded by untouched, open countryside.
Directions: Avoiding the city centre from West Bridgford, travel along Radcliffe Road towards the city branching right over Lady Bay Bridge, turn right, then follow signposts to Colwick, Burton Joyce and then Lowdam. At the Lowdam roundabout turn left, follow the road until you reach the Oxton roundabout, turn left onto the B6386 following the signposts to Arnold. You will pass Patchings Art Centre on your right and then Ramsdale Golf Course on your left. Process up the hill, approx. 700m turn left onto a farm track, identified by a hanging sign: Ramsdale Cottage Farm (E M Allwood and Son). Bear left at the fork and continue to the property.
Through the city, take the A60 Mansfield Road, continue to Redhill roundabout taking the second exit onto the A614. Take the second right onto the B6386 Oxton Road following the signposts to Southwell. In approx 450m, turn right onto a farm track identified by a hanging sign: Ramsdale Cottage Farm (E M Allwood and Son). Bear left at the fork and continue to the property.
General Description: Ramsdale Farm, Arnold, is a Grade II listed, tastefully presented, property with four large double bedrooms, three reception rooms, study and beautifully equipped living kitchen.
The rendered and aged front elevation of this fine home has a traditional Italianate appearance standing proudly above beautifully landscaped gardens. With extensive grounds of up to 7.5 acres, the property also comprises of a tennis court, pond, meadow and garaging for three vehicles (currently utilised as a games/entertainment area). In addition, there is a self-contained, detached coach house and garage complex, which has been adapted to house parents with three bedrooms, a large living room and fully equipped living kitchen.
Set hidden away on the edge of Ramsdale Golf Course, not only does this home provide an immediately warm and welcoming feel, but also comes complete with a very interesting history. The house was built on land previously owned by Nottingham's renowned Seely family the neighbouring golf course also has its very own Seely Course. The house was restored, stripped out and re-fitted at major expense between twelve and fifteen years ago. The result is a spacious, comprehensively equipped and luxury fitted interior, this being extensive over three levels.
The house boasts six spacious, well-lit rooms to its front. The present layout incorporates four extra large, double bedrooms and on the first floor a superb main bathroom. There is a ground floor shower room and cloakroom. There are three reception rooms and a study, in addition to the beautifully equipped L-shaped living kitchen.
Ancillary space attached to the house includes a large barn, a machinery workshop or garage and garden store along with a wood and coal store. There are many fine and interesting features, which come together to create high quality family living.

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Entrance Hall with flagstone floor, there is an easy staircase rising to the first floor through a half landing.

Inner Hallway with door access to cellarage.

Cloakroom Vestibule with hanging to either side along with in-built cupboards at ceiling level and low level along with storage off.

Shower/Cloakroom with hanging to either side along with in-built cupboards at ceiling level and low level along with storage off.

Drawing Room (5.5 x 4.8) with central fireplace, having a stone surround along with a fluted timber over mantle and sides, flagged half and a fitted multi fuelled fire. This room is panelled to three quarter height with fluted rails and surrounds. There are two double radiators, a three panelled ceiling with coving and beams, double doors onto the York stone terrace with the beautiful garden beyond.

Sitting Room (5.5 x 4.7) is similar to the drawing room with a slightly more decorative fire place with stone surround, an inset half and grate, finished in stone with fluted columns to either side of a central decorated panel along with a beaded over mantle. There is an in-built unit with cupboards, drawers and bookshelves. There are two double radiators and a similar pair of French doors leading out to the terrace.

Dining Room (5.6 x 3.8) with in-built China cupboard with cabinet and cupboards beneath and radiator.

Study/Snug (3.4 x 3.0) with similar in-built unit with cupboards, shelving and bookshelves above. There is secret access to the coal/woodstore 3.6 x1.8 with flagstone floor and external garden access). Another secret door leads to the attached outbuildings which are extensive and comprise a barn, an implement store and garage with up and over door.

Kitchen (6.2 x 5.9) is L-shaped and divided into three zones. There is a sitting area with space for a large welsh dresser or similar. A dining area in front of the Aga recess this having a rural mural and the kitchen zone fully fitted and designed to an L-shaped with a double bowl ceramic sink inset with hot and cold mixer tap above. There are polished granite work space and tops. The storage capacity is extensive with a range of cupboards and drawers along with a quadruple glazed fronted china cabinet and open shelving unit. The appliances include; plumbed-in Whirlpool fridge-freezer with ice maker and cool water delivery, Siemens dishwasher and Miele washing machine. There is a four-oven electrically operated AGA. There is a natural flagstone floor with an inset mat well and two radiators.

From the hall access, is obtained to the basement level with:

Cellar Room One (5.2 x 4.8) containing the oil fired boiler.

Cellar Room Two (5.1 x 4.8)

First Floor Front Landing with radiator.

Bedroom One (5.4 x 4.7) is an attractive room with windows to both front and rear and a central fire place with original, late Victorian grate and fire opening. The chimney place wall is timber panelled. There are two double radiators and the window to the front has an outstanding aspect over the formal gardens with the pond beyond.

En-Suite/Dressing Room (3.9 x 3.1) is on a mezzanine level and having an extensive range of in-built wardrobes, double radiator and small Victorian fireplace with a stone surround and cast iron decorative grate.

Rear Landing

Main Bathroom is fitted with rolled edge bath with raised mixer tap, low suite WC and bidet and a Victorian style wash hand basin with matching taps inset into marble top and cupboard beneath. There are two radiators and the room is panelled to dado height with a feature ornament shelf surround. The floor is finished in polished timber planking.

Inner Landing with radiator.

Bedroom Two (5.6 x 4.7) with two double radiators and an aspect over the garden towards the fine matured Copper Beech tree.

Second Floor Landing with a traditional Victorian radiator and inbuilt cupboards in pine including an ottoman storage cupboard.

Bedroom Three (5.6 x 4.8) with inbuilt cupboard in original pine.

Bedroom Four (5.6 x 4.8) with inbuilt cupboard in original pine.

Cottage with a self contained annex and garage complex presently adapted to its use as a home for parents and comprising:

Outside:

Triple Garaging with the twin garage being converted presently to play/games room space (5.7m x 5.1) effectively being a double garage and a further single garage (5.1m x 3.1) presently used as a utility room. There is a panelled external garden WC, this lined to dado height fitted with an Armitage ceramic pot sink and low suite WC. There is a flagstone floor. Adjacent is a small coal/garden store.

Barn (11.0 x 4.9)

Implements Store (5.0 x 3.3)

Garden Garage/Mower Store (6.5 x 5.0) with up-and-over door.

Gardens are a stunning feature of this fine property. There is a partly walled parterre with repeating clipped box. Adjacent is the formal 'Italian' garden with clipped yews leading down to the spinney, home field and pond. There is a hard tennis court above the home field. At the entrance is a good sized courtyard leading to the front and side doors with parking and turning space in front of and to the side of the garaging. There is a secluded ornamental garden to one side.

To arrange a viewing, please contact the West Bridgford Sales Team on 0115 851 2211.

Freehold tenure

Local Authority - Gedling Borough Council, Civic Centre, Arnot Hill Road, Arnold, Nottingham, NG5 6LU. Tel: 0115 901 3901.


Particulars of Sale for Ramsdale House, Fylingdales near Whitby, Yorkshire YO22 4QN
10th April 2014 (£600,000)

Ramsdale House, Fylingdales, near Whitby, an attractive traditional 3 or 4 bedroom stone-built house with a range of outbuildings including 2 holiday cottages as well as stables, garages, workshop and stores all set within gardens and paddocks extending to over two acres. This superb smallholding offers amenity and the potential to earn additional income.


Accommodation

Ramsdale House:

Landing:

Top Floor: snooker room or 4th double bedroom(s)

Granary Cottage:

Swallow Cottage:

Buildings including garages x2, workshop, storage lofts, stables, field shelter. Gardens, grazing paddocks, gravelled yard and hard-standing. In all extending to approximately 2.35 acres

Particulars of Sale

Situated just below Fylingdales moor, overlooking Ramsdale Woods, Ramsdale House is an attractive traditional stone farmhouse with a range of traditional outbuildings, which has in part been converted to provide two holiday letting cottages as well as garaging, workshops and stores. In addition to this, there are ranges of stables and field shelters which in combination with grazing, make this property an attractive prospect being both high in amenity and providing the opportunity to derive a second income from holiday letting. The driveway leads down to a tarmacked yard at the rear of the property where a half glazed uPVC entrance door opens into …

Ramsdale House

First Floor: the staircase rises from the front hallway to a galleried first floor landing with a uPVC double glazed window facing to the rear and a small understairs cupboard. Central heating radiator and fitted carpet. Stripped pine panelled doors opening to …

Second Floor: the corner staircase rises from the first floor landing up to a panelled door which opens directly into …

Granary Cottage

A barn conversion of traditional stone and slate outbuilding, Granary Cottage provides attractive one bedroom holiday letting accommodation. From the courtyard, the front door opens into …

Granary Cottage

Swallow Cottage

A stone and slate barn conversion with an entrance door opening from the courtyard into …

First Floor: a staircase rises from the entrance hallway directly up into …

Swallow Cottage

Outbuildings

The traditional stone and slate outbuildings lie adjacent to the farmhouse, adjoining Swallow Cottage and comprise:

The Land

Lying outside of the driveway, in a total of 4 enclosures, the land provides useful paddock grazing and is generally level with good stock proof boundaries including railed fences.

Gardens And Grounds

The principle house has gardens to the front and rear side including lawns with a number of mature shrubs and trees. Immediately to the rear of the house is a stone paved patio including an attractive stone, open fronted garden room. From the tarmacked driveway, a gravelled track leads around and into the spacious gravelled courtyard which has a greenhouse and an enclosure holding the LPG gas tank.

General Remarks and Stipulations


Particulars of sale for Maison Pierre, Ramsdale, Fylingdales, Whitby, YO22
29th February 2016 (£420,000)

Properties sold nearby:

Maison Pierre, Ramsdale, Fylingdales, Whitby, YO22
Floor Plan

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This attractive, three-bedroomed, stone-built house lies in a beautiful, secluded setting close to Fylingthorpe and Robin Hood's Bay in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. The property includes approximately 5 acres of land with a large landscaped garden, a field and a traditional, broad-leafed wood. There are extensive views over unspoilt countryside down to Ravenscar and the sea.

The house has a modern farmhouse style kitchen and a spacious lounge/dining room with mezzanine level which offers a seating area with views across the countryside.

Briefly, the property comprises hallway, kitchen, lounge, shower room, WC and bedroom to the ground floor. To the first floor there are two further bedrooms. Outside is a garage and store-room while a summerhouse provides further space for garden or craft activities or just relaxing. EPC Grade D.

Hallway. External wood door leading to hallway which opens onto the kitchen. Tiled floor.

Kitchen 15' 6" (max) x 12' 1" (4.72m (max) x 3.68m) fitted with a range of wall units in a modern cream finish with wooden work surfaces over. Ceramic 'Belfast' style sink and stainless steel electric range cooker. Space for automatic washing machine and fridge. Window overlooking the rear of the property and a floor to ceiling window overlooking the front. There is an external wooden door to the rear gardens.

Lounge/Dining Room 27' 11" x 13' 4" (8.51m x 4.06m) with feature brick built fire place with log burning stove, exposed beams to the ceiling, stripped wood flooring, two windows overlooking the front of the property and two overlooking the rear. There is also a door to the rear of the property and three radiators. The room has a mezzanine level which extends across approximately a third of the room and provides a delightful seating area with two velux style windows and a window overlooking the side of the property with open views.

Inner Hall with radiator and window overlooking the rear of the property.

Bedroom 18' 10" x 9' 9" (5.74m x 2.97m) with floor to ceiling window and timber framed window overlooking the front of the property, radiator, beamed ceiling and stripped wood flooring.

WC with wood flooring and fitted with a white two piece suite comprising of pedestal wash hand basin and low level flush WC.

Shower Room fitted with a modern white three piece suite comprising of double step in shower cubicle, low level flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Tiled walls and floor, ceiling spot lights, towel rail and extractor.

Stairs To First Floor

Bedroom 15' 8" x 13' 0" (4.78m x 3.96m) with two velux style windows, radiator and exposed beams to the ceiling. Wooden flooring.

Bedroom 12' 10" x 11' 10" (max) (3.91m x 3.61m (max)) with window overlooking the side of the property with open views.

Outside

To the front of the property there is a gravelled area with mature planted borders providing parking for several cars and a paved approach to the front which provides a terraced seating area. To one side of the house lies a double garage and on the other side there is a useful store room.

The wood at the front of the house is bordered by two streams and includes mature broadleaf trees and open areas with woodland plants and flowers. A private footpath through the wood leads to a bridleway giving access to Fylingthorpe village.

At the rear of the property there are paved patio areas opening onto a landscaped, lawned garden bordered with mature shrubs, plants and trees and incorporating a large, wildlife pond.

A delightful summerhouse is currently used for pottery and other craft activities, and provides the perfect place to relax and take in the breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside. The lawned garden is bordered with fruit trees and soft fruit bushes. A track around the edge of the garden provides access to the gated and fenced field.


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