Windmill tower home in Brant Broughton on market for £650,00 to £700,000 through Richard Watkinson and Partners, Newark
A superbly-restored windmill tower is on the market with a guide price of £650,00 to £700,000 through Richard Watkinson and Partners, Newark.
The grade II listed Black Mill, on Sleaford Road, Brant Broughton, and has six bedrooms, and three extensions and wings leading from each side.
Four bedrooms have en suite facilities and there are two extra rooms in the turret, which are used as a library and viewing room.
A separate two-bedroom self‐contained annex means in excess of 5,000 sq ft of living accommodation.
The Black Mill, which has been featured on Phil Spencer's 100 Historic Homes, is a spacious and comfortable home with charm and character.
The annex would be suitable to house a family member requiring separate accommodation.
On the ground floor is a spacious entrance hallway and spacious open plan dining kitchen with oak units and granite working surfaces.
A spacious lounge in the Mill Tower has been integrated with the sympathetic modern extensions that house a sitting room, garden room, utility room, boiler room and a ground floor wc.
Off a galleried landing on the first floor are the four ensuite bedrooms.
On the second floor is a room with access to a balcony extending around the circumference of the tower with views of the surrounding area.
On the sixth floor is the observatory room with the windows wrapping around the top of the tower allowing stunning views.
The self‐contained annex offers a living room, dining kitchen and a luxurious bathroom, a snug and two double bedrooms.
Outside, there is off-road parking for up to ten cars as well as a triple garage.
Lawned gardens surround the property and there is a small patio terrace at the rear and a larger patio terrace on the eastern side.