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The Old Rectory High Street Campsall Doncaster

ImposIng grade I lIsted home datIng back to the mId 14th century

imposing grade i listed home dating back to the mid 14th century

The Old Rectory, High Street, Campsall

Dining Hall
a solid oak door opens to the magnificent dining hall, which has a stone open fire place, with dog grate housing the coal effect gas fire and the minstrels gallery with stained glass window. There are beams to the walls and ceiling and a central heating radiator with cover.

DRawing ROOm
a spacious attractive room overlooking the gardens. The focal point of the room is the feature fireplace with marble surround housing the log coal effect fire. There are five wall light points, dado rail and deep coving and rose to the ceiling, four central heating radiators with covers. a double glazed door flanked by two length sash windows gives access to the paved terrace.

SiTTing ROOm
Having rear facing windows and side facing French doors with side panel which provide access to the gardens. There are two central heating radiators, beams to the ceiling and a cast iron spindled staircase which gives access to the first floor.

BaR/ EnTERTaining ROOm

with windows, central heating radiator and exposed stone walls. The bar fixture is the original alter from the church. Cast iron central heating radiator.

with a rear facing window overlooking the courtyard. Fitted with wall and base units with wooden work surfaces housing the sink and drainer with mixer tap. There is a five ring gas hob with extractor above, electric oven, breakfast bar, central heating radiator and beams to the ceiling.

adjacent to the kitchen, having a rear facing window with seat, which overlooks the courtyard. There is a storage cupboard, central heating radiator and tiled floor.

with a rear facing window overlooking the courtyard. There are base cupboards with work surfaces, beneath which is plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, fridge/fridge freezer and wall mounted gas central heating boiler.

with a tiled floor and a wooden external door which gives access to the courtyard.

innER Hall
a wooden door gives access to the side garden. Side facing window, central heating radiator and storage cupboard.

The bedrooms are accessed via the gallery above the hall.

JaCK anD Jill En-SUiTE

with a window to the side elevation, sunken Jacuzzi bath with shower over, wC and wash hand basin. The walls and floor are tiled. a door gives access to:-

Having a Sanitan suite comprising of wash hand basin with brass mixer taps and high-flush wC. There is tiling to the walls and floor, central heating radiator and a wall light point.

a magnificent room with large gothic sash window overlooking the gardens and original vaulted ceiling. There is a central heating radiator with cover. a door gives access to the luxuriously appointed:-

a rear facing window overlooks the courtyard and gardens. There is a louis style cast iron central heating radiator.

innER lanDing
Having a louis style cast iron central heating radiator. access to bedroom two, wet room and wC.

This bedroom was a former chapel and retains the original vaulted ceiling and mullion window which has stunning views of the church of mary of magdalene. with oak flooring, louis style cast iron central heating radiator and beams to the ceiling.

with a feature stained glass gothic style window, his n hers marble wash hand basin with chrome mixer taps situated upon a stone plinth. There is a walk in shower with glass screen, natural stone tiled walls and floor and louis style cast iron central heating radiator.

with window and low level wC.

a superb room with windows to the side elevation overlooking the gardens. a door opens to an inner lobby with stairs leading to the attic. There is a louis style cast iron central heating radiator.

a luxurious en suite with front and side facing windows. Fitted with a white suite with brass fittings, comprising of Sanitan wC, wash stand with marble top housing the wash hand basin, freestanding double ended bath with mixer tap and claw feet, shower cubicle with shower, central heating radiator and tiling to the walls and floor.

On the second floor there are two attic rooms, one of which is currently used to house the water tanks.

The house is approached via a short private drive through gates where there is a gravelled turning circle with a lawned centre and water feature. The extensive garden is of particular note with a fine selection of mature trees, flagged terraces and a large terrace with block paving, accessed from the kitchen, where there is also a garage and garden store.

Old Campsall is popular sought after rural village north-west of Doncaster town centre. The village has a shop, church, pub and a landscaped park. There is good access to Doncaster, a1, a19 and m62 motorway. Doncaster offers further amenities with a mainline railway station, from which some trains make the journey to london Kings Cross in under 2 hours. Robin

Hood airport is about 15.5 miles away with scheduled flights to Europe and further afield.

Old Rectory, High Street Campsall, Doncaster

Approximate Gross Internal Area 3921 Sq Ft/364 Sq M

Store Utility 2.7m x 2.5m 8'8" x 8'0" Seat Sitting Room 5.8m x 3.6m 18'11" x 11'10" Bedroom 2 5.7m x 3.2m 18'9" x 10'4" (Maximum) A/C F/P Hall 4.8m x 4.8m 15'10" x 15'9" Reception 6.6m x 6.1m 21'7" x 20'1" (Maximum)

Kitchen 5.7m x 3.1m 18'6" x 10'4"

Breakfast Room 4.6m x 3.5m 15'0" x 11'4"

Bedroom 4 4.9m x 3.7m 15'11" x 12'0"

Hall Bedroom 3 5.5m x 3.6m 18'0" x 11'11" To Attic Master Bedroom 6.4m x 5.5m 21'1" x 17'11"

Minstrels Gallery 4.8m x 4.2m 15'10" x 13'9"


Lower Level

Bar 3.9m x 2.9m 12'10" x 9'5"

Ground Floor

First Floor
FOR ILLUSTRATIVE PURPOSES ONLY - NOT TO SCALE The position & size of doors, windows, appliances and other features are approximate only. ehouse. Unauthorised reproduction prohibited. Drawing ref. dig/8147296/ANW

price 900,000
The Old Rectory is a handsome grade i listed house dating back to the mid 14th Century, occupying an elevated position above the High Street and set in approximately 0.85 acres. The house was extended in the 19th century and more recently has been restored by the current owners. it is a property of great character with much of the original house remaining. To the ground floor is the dining hall, a magnificent room with a fabulous stone open fire place and minstrels gallery, off which is the extremely pretty drawing room with a glazed door flanked by 2 length sash on to a paved terrace. in addition there is a great bar with exposed walls and sitting room. adjacent to the kitchen is the breakfast room. To the first floor the bedrooms are accessed from the gallery above the hall. Of particular note are the two main bedrooms, the master has a wonderful vaulted ceiling with a large gothic sash window at one end and an ensuite bathroom. The 2nd bedroom was once a chapel and has the original vaulted ceiling and an attractive mullioned window with superb views of the church of mary of magdalene. in addition there are two more bedrooms, one with ensuite and two attic rooms on the second floor, one of which is currently used to house water tanks The grounds extend to approximately 0.85 acres (0.34 hectares). in addition, there is an option to purchase woodland of approx 1.24 acres (0.50 hectares) by separate negotiation.

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