Key Features

  • Delightful, substantial village residence
  • Considerable charm and character to interior
  • Large living dining kitchen, utility, stairs hallway, cloakroom
  • Substantial lounge, sitting room, lobby area
  • Master and guest bedrooms with en-suite
  • Three further bedrooms, family bathroom
  • Gated gravel driveway, double detached garage
  • Log cabin to grounds - ideal home office space
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Oil fired heating. EPC: E
  • Newark & Sherwood District Council - Tax band: F


Substantial village residence (GIFA 2,283 / 212 m2) very discreetly located down a short private lane on the attractive eastern country fringe of the popular village of South Scarle. This genuinely delightful family home possibly dates back to the early Georgian period and it exudes some considerable charm and character with exposed beams, ceiling joists and stonework, wood burning stoves and yet more. The well laid out range of family accommodation comprises; Ground Floor Entrance Porch, Lobby, large Dinning Kitchen appointed with good range of units and appliances, good sized Laundry Room, very substantial Family Room, Hallway, Porch, Cloakroom and a cosy Snug; First Floor long Landing, Master Bedroom with En-suite shower Room, Guest Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room, Family Bathroom and three further well-proportioned Bedrooms. A formal viewing is highly recommended!

The house benefits from having a wonderful setting. with 0.26 acre (sts) grounds, open country views and the attractive backdrop of the nearby village church tower to the south. There is a very substantial detached Garage block/Workshop, which offers great potential for conversion to an annexe, family leisure space, home office and more, subject to any necessary consents. A large Finnish Log Cabin  is set to the south eastern corner of the grounds currently used as home office space which could also be utilised for a variety of family uses.

South Scarle is a charming village with many quality period and contemporary homes which boasts of having its own Post Office and an energetic community spirit. The larger village of Collingham is just 2 miles away and offers a good range of local amenities including a Co-op supermarket, One-Stop convenience store, butchers, general store/newsagent and post office, a medical centre/dentist/pharmacy complex and even a train station with services to Newark. As you are aware there are some excellent primary and secondary schools in the area. The village is just 2.5 miles from the A46 dual carriageway and 10 miles from the historic City of Lincoln which boasts of an excellent range of shopping and social facilities as well as a thriving University. The village is also just 5.5 miles from the Al and Newark with its high speed rail link to London Kings Cross.