The sun is shining and evenings are getting appreciably lighter, it’s official Spring has finally arrived !
As a nation we are set to spend more time than ever outdoors this year so it comes as no surprise that a garden has soared to the top of the wish list when we are hunting for our next property.
According to a survey by The Times two thirds of buyers said outdoor space is the deciding factor when purchasing a property and having a garden, balcony or roof terrace is the second only in importance to the overall size of the property.
With this in mind take a look at properties with superb outdoor spaces we have to offer this Spring . . . .
Wood Close Farm, 5 Main Street, Wardley, Leicestershire
A beautifully appointed period family home having been stylishly enhanced in recent times and boasting a rather special situation
Externally the property is approached directly off Main Street with a driveway for a number of vehicles. The optimum orientation of this home truly sets is apart affording a high degree of privacy but importantly offering an unforgettable open aspect. The thoughtfully considered rear garden enjoys a southerly aspect and hosts a pretty parterre with box – edged yew trees directly adjacent to the house bridging the gap between the house and rear lawn. Stocked mature borders with shrubs and trees border the open pasture on the far perimeter. Ideal for summer entertaining and being sensibly maintainable the outside space is sure to charm with an array of sunny seating areas to enjoy and beyond the lawn a vegetable patch and log store. Even the Double Garage offers spacious character with wooden doors and a roof void space ideal for permanent conversion to office or perhaps ancillary accommodation ( STS).
Guide Price £795,000
3A Western Terrace, The Park, Nottingham
An extremely well appointed 3 bedroom top floor duplex apartment located in this attractive period conversion situated within the exclusive, private Park Estate.
Certainly the main boasting point of the property is the generously sized roof terrace, directly accessed from the superb open – plan living area and enjoying panoramic, far reaching views over the Park, Nottingham city and beyond. Alternate, interesting views are also enjoyed from all main rooms.
The Hall, 6 Main Street, Thorpe Satchville, Leicestershire
A delightful, substantial period family home being the core of this impressive and imposing 17th Century hall.
Approached through an attractive gated entrance and via a sweeping communal gravelled driveway flanked by mature grounds The Hall enjoys an idyllic situation boasting ample parking, double garage and in total its own private gardens extend to approximately 1.5 acres allowing for superb rural views over attractive Leicestershire countryside. The south-facing courtyard garden with BBQ area makes for the perfect spot for entertaining family and friends this Summer.
Guide Price £635,000
The Barns, Gretton Road, Harringworth, Northamptonshire
An exquisitely designed and built exclusive detached home expertly combining modern build with bespoke period features.
Externally, the property enjoys a memorable situation affording the most wonderful uninterrupted views of the listed Harringworth Viaduct and surrounding unspoilt countryside. The rear gardens are of adequate, manageable size mostly laid to lawn with patio areas and mature borders. There is a heritage style garage with adjoining log store. To the front of the property is an attractive dry stone wall and planted beds with gravel borders.
Guide Price £750,000
Court Row Farm, Kyme Road, Heckington Fen, Sleaford, Lincolnshire
A well-appointed detached former period farmhouse enjoying a peaceful, yet easily accessible location set within well maintained level gardens and adjoining paddock land of approximately 7.5 acres.
Externally, there is a cared for level garden, which has been dog proofed and contains a block of 3 concrete block built kennels with concrete runs. 2 stable blocks comprising 6 stables, tack room, feed room, WC, garage/workshop a further open fronted implement/hay store and a large wooden storage shed with double doors. The land is a grade 2, free draining sandy loam with post and wire fencing incorporating an electric top strand connected to a mains energiser. The land extends to 7.5 acres or thereabouts (STSS). Of special note is a floodlit fibre sand ménage measuring 40m x 30m.
Guide Price £495,000
For more information on any of the above properties visit our website kirk-estates.com
Natalie Kirk, Marketing Director
Thinking of selling? Spring is a key time to sell, properties are looking their best and the market is full of buyers actively looking to buy, especially with many families looking to match their purchase with the end of the school year.
If your home is not on the market by early June you’ll be putting yourself at a disadvantage. Contact our sales team for complementary property advice, available 24/7.
Posted on 2nd April 2016