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5 Bedrooms Detached House for sale in Soss Lane, Misterton, Doncaster


5 Bedrooms Detached House - £850,000

Soss Lane, Misterton, Doncaster

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First listed on: 16th June 2016

Nearest stations: Gainsborough Central (4 mi)Gainsborough Lea Road (4.8 mi)Althorpe (9.9 mi)

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Property Features

  • Grade II* Listed five bedroom detached home converted from pair of former pumping stations
  • One wing includes 39' open plan living space, oak kitchen and three bedrooms & two bathrooms arrang
  • Striking connecting conservatory to second wing with 24' dual height lounge, day room, study, two b
  • Additional two storey barn in need of renovation
  • Five acre (approx.) field

Property Description

Fine and Country Northern Lincolnshire are delighted to offer for sale this former pair of Grade II* Listed pumping stations which now form a unique five bedroom detached home. Straddling the former mill race is a striking linking conservatory and the accommodation includes a 39’1 dual height open plan living area with mezzanine leading to three bedrooms and two bathrooms arranged over two floors. The beech fronted kitchen opens to a delightful southern breakfast terrace. The remaining wing features a further 24’ dual height lounge with separate study, 20’9 day room and a mezzanine games area provides access to the final two bedrooms and shower room. There is an additional un-renovated two storey barn which could be converted to stabling or garaging in connection with the five acre field. A stunning, unique detached family property where family history begins.

The linking of this pair of 1828 Grade II* Listed pumping stations via a black, steel conservatory over the former mill race has created a unique five bedroom family home with a separate five acre (approx.) field of stunning spaces defined by light. The bold assertion of its previous working life, as seen by the distinctive pair of tall chimneys, high arched windows, surprising flagged ceiling and former sluice gate is complemented by the crisp décor and softened by the clever use of glazing to maximise the reflections of the stream and the views across the gardens.

There is drama too: the 39’ open plan living room with its 19’3 high vaulted ceiling is best viewed from a mezzanine landing and is mirrored by similar views over the second lounge from a further landing used as a games room. The inherent flexibility is obvious: to one side there are three bedrooms and two bathrooms arranged over two upper floors and the remaining two bedrooms and shower room lie in the second wing. The large living spaces are counterbalanced by a more intimate day room and separate study which allow for enjoyment of the bird and wildlife resident in this area of special scientific interest and the well appointed kitchen opens to a southern breakfast terrace overlooking the landscaped garden.

In addition to the fishing rights, Pump House also enjoys the benefit of a separate five acre field for which stabling or garaging could be created in the un-renovated detached barn adjacent to the main house.

This outstanding family property is so much more than a list of features and measurements: it is an evolution from the derelict to the contemporary, from the industrial to the home.

Pump House : where family history begins.

Panelled entrance door with nine panel fan light opening to:

Limestone floor, period style radiator, spot lights and two steps up to:

OPEN PLAN LIVING/DINING/MUSIC ROOM - 39\' 1\'\' max x 21\' 0\'\' (11.90m max x 6.40m)
A stunning 19\'3 high living space with deep stone headed arched window overlooking the southern gardens, oak flooring, five period style radiators, central brick lined curving arch, part Yorkstone flagged ceiling and oak staircase with glazed panels to:

MEZZANINE LANDING - 21\' 0\'\' x 10\' 11\'\' (6.40m x 3.32m)
Affording dramatic views back over the open plan living space with exposed ironwork and oak flooring and matching staircase to the second floor.

KITCHEN - 25\' 1\'\' x 10\' 8\'\' (7.64m x 3.25m)
A dual aspect room with arched double glazed French doors opening to the southern breakfast terrace and appointed with a range cabinets with solid beech door fronts with contrasting work surfacing to include one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit, dishwasher space, six burner propane gas fired Britannia range with extractor hood over and stainless steel splashbacks, refrigerator recess, spot lights, extractor fan and period style radiator.

UTILITY - 10\' 8\'\' x 12\' 5\'\' including cloakroom (3.25m x 3.78m including cloakroom)
Additional storage cupboards with second stainless steel sink unit, red and black geometrically tiled floor, oil fired central heating boiler, exposed iron beam work.

With two piece suite in white.

From the mezzanine landing:

BEDROOM 2 - 15\' 7\'\' x 10\' 7\'\' (4.75m x 3.22m)
Window to the side aspect, radiator, exposed trusswork and part sloping ceiling.


BATHROOM - 7\' 0\'\' x 5\' 6\'\' (2.13m x 1.68m)
With suite in white to include wc with concealed cistern, wall mounted wash hand basin, panelled bath with mains water power shower over and glazed shower screen, exposed trusswork, complementary tiling to full height, towel radiator and fitted airing cupboard.

BEDROOM 3 - 11\' 7\'\' x 10\' 11\'\' (3.53m x 3.32m)
Multi pane window to the side aspect, part sloping ceiling, radiator, shelved recess, fitted hanging cupboard and storage area over the door.

SECOND FLOOR LANDING - 13\' 6\'\' x 11\' 6\'\' (4.11m x 3.50m)
Pitched pine flooring, exposed heavy trusswork with hauling rings, radiator and pitched ceiling.

MASTER BEDROOM - 25\' 11\'\' including the en-suite x 11\' 7\'\' (7.89m including the en-suite x 3.53m)
A light and airy southern aspect room with vaulted ceiling, radiator and two heavy trusses.

EN-SUITE - 7\' 7\'\' x 8\' 0\'\' (2.31m x 2.44m)
With suite in white to include vanity unit with rectangular wash hand basin, wc with concealed cistern, walk in glazed and tiled shower enclosure with drencher head, chrome towel radiator, part tiled walls, granite styled tiling to the floor, exposed trusswork and vaulted ceiling.

From the open plan lounge a brick archway with French doors leading to:

CONNECTING CONSERVATORY - 26\' 5\'\' x 11\' 3\'\' (8.05m x 3.43m)
A striking black steel conservatory with double glazed panels, vaulted glazed ceiling and burnished aluminium floor which allows views over the mill race together with access to the second wing which includes:

With radiator.

STUDY - 15\' 2\'\' x 10\' 3\'\' (4.62m x 3.12m)
A wonderfully lit room with floor to ceiling double glazed fixed window overlooking the mill pool, radiator.

DAY ROOM - 20\' 9\'\' x 10\' 3\'\' (6.32m x 3.12m)
An ideal space for relaxed contemplation with low arched window to the southern aspect and multi pane window to the side, period radiator and fitted store rooms.

SECOND LOUNGE - 24\'4 x 21\'11 plus 10\'9 x 15\'4 into the reception area
With second panelled entrance door, oak flooring, spot lights, five period radiators and arched French doors to the southern terrace, exposed steel post and trusswork, 27\' high vaulted ceiling and stairs to second floor.

With second oil fired boiler.

MEZZANINE LANDING - 22\' 4\'\' x 15\' 4\'\' (6.80m x 4.67m)
Currently used as a games area with arched window with stone head, radiator, TV aerial point and exposed truss and steel work.

BEDROOM 4 - 10\' 1\'\' max x 17\' 4\'\' max (3.07m max x 5.28m max)
Vaulted ceiling, exposed truss and beam work, two recessed windows to the side.

SHOWER ROOM - 7\' 9\'\' x 6\' 9\'\' into the recess (2.36m x 2.06m into the recess)
With suite in white to include vanity unit, wc with concealed cistern, corner tiled and curtained electric shower, towel radiator.

BEDROOM 5 - 14\' 9\'\' x 10\' 3\'\' (4.49m x 3.12m)
With high vaulted ceiling with exposed truss and beam work, period style radiator and two recessed windows.

The property is set back beyond high timber gates which open to an extensive tarmac reception area allowing for ample guest and family parking. There is a side garden sloping down to the mill race together with a two storey brick built barn in need of renovation. A walled gravelled terrace allows access to the side utility. Leading from the kitchen there is a delightful flagged patio/terrace bounded by a mature landscaped garden with sculptural shrubs and evergreens and feature herbaceous plants. To the side of the property there is an additional lawned garden with fruit trees, Copper Beech hedging to Soss Lane and a walled border. The approximately 5 acre grassed fields lie on the other side of Soss Lane and has a vehicle right of access.

The vendors inform us that heating and hot water are provided by an oil fired central heating system and that the Britannia range is powered by propane gas. They also inform us that there are public footpaths across the field. The extent and usage to be confirmed by legal representatives.

Fine & Country Northern Lincolnshire covers the northern area of Lincolnshire and specialises in marketing and selling period & country homes, cottages, large town houses, luxury apartments, houses with equestrian use and barn conversions.Fine and Country Northern Lincolnshire takes a unique approach to marketing and we believe in focusing on the character of the house, the lifestyle that can be enjoyed there. We offer a local, regional and national approach to marketing through our bespoke Silver or Gold Marketing Package.

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Disclaimer Property reference 10730DN3_5033454. Details are provided and maintained by Fine and Country Northern Lincolnshire. makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

This property is marketed by

Fine and Country Northern Lincolnshire, Grimsby

Osborne Chambers

25 Osborne Street


DN31 1EY

Telephone: See phone number 01472 867880

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Disclaimer Property reference 10730DN3_5033454. Details are provided and maintained by Fine and Country Northern Lincolnshire. makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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Fine and Country Northern Lincolnshire, Grimsby

Osborne Chambers

25 Osborne Street


DN31 1EY

Telephone: See phone number 01472 867880

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