The house is in one of north Nottinghamshire’s most prestigious addresses, High Oakham Drive

Take a look inside this ‘beautiful’ 1920’s Mansfield home – on the market for the first time in 25 years

A “beautiful” seven bedroom 1920’s house in Mansfield has gone on the market for the first time in 25 years.

By Jessica Dallison
Friday, 31st July 2020, 10:16 am

The house is in one of north Nottinghamshire’s most prestigious addresses, High Oakham Drive, and it comes with gardens of more than an acre and is currently split into a main house with five bedrooms and a two bedroom annexe.

A spokesman for Fine & Country, who is marketing the house for £899,995, said: “This property comes to the market for the first time in over 25 years and has been enjoyed as a family home since purchased by its current occupiers.

"Remodelled, extended and enhanced over these years, 3 High Oakham Drive now presents buyers with a fantastic opportunity to acquire a beautiful home in an enviable locality.

"Approaching 6500 sq.ft in all, this property lends itself to a multitude of buyers needs with its versatile arrangement.

"Ground and first floor accommodation is currently configured to be utilised as a main house and an independent two storey attached annexe, alternatively, the annexe could easily be integrated back into the main property to create a substantial seven bedroom residence.

"Externally, the property stands in beautiful grounds extending to approximately 1.06 acres and benefits from a detached four car garage.”

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