Step forward this eight-bedroom property, complete with adjoining annexe, that sits on a private plot in the heart of Southwell and is valued at a guide price of £1,175,000.
The home, which is set back off Westgate and has a courtyard entrance, might have been modernised. But it still retains a host of period features that give it charm and character.
Ian Marriott, head of residential sales at Savills Nottingham, who are marketing the house, says: “I love the Georgian period. The proportions are so elegant, and the space is always light and airy.
"This property is no exception. The work the current owners have done only exemplifies this, and the house sits beautifully in its plot.”
As well as the bedrooms, there are four reception rooms and four bathrooms, not to mention a cracking kitchen, a wonderful garden and a single. detached garage.
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5. Agas provide focal point
Another view of the kitchen, where two Agas provide the focal point. Two sets of double doors lead to the courtyard, and not far away is a pantry with larder storage
6. Principal bedroom
The principal bedroom has sash windows to the side and back of the property, while high ceilings also help to give a light and airy feel. In-built wardrobes provide excellent storage space.
7. Feature fireplace
Another of the eight double bedrooms at the Southwell house. This one has a feature cast-iron fireplace and, like all the rooms, it has been tastefully decorated.
8. Flexible office or study
The office or study is a flexible room that could be put to many good uses, possibly a play room or even a cosy snug. It has a beamed ceiling, cast-iron fireplace with slate hearth, exposed wooden floorboards and a double cupboard.