On the market with Nottingham-based estate agents FHP Living, the house was built in the 19th century and sits on a plot spanning 0.7 acres of land.
An FHP spokesman says: “The house is full of character and period features, and has been maintained and improved to a high standard.”
Not only is there almost 3,700 square feet of living accommodation in the main house, there is also more than 1,800 square feet in a two-floor annexe, which can be used as an office or as extra living accommodation with kitchen, lounge and two bedrooms.
On the ground floor of the main house, you will find a sitting room, snug, inner hallway, living room, kitchen, dining room, utility room, WC and a room that has been converted into a gym.
The first floor boasts five double bedrooms, one of which has an en suite while another has a large dressing room. Off the landing are a large bathroom and also a shower room.
Outside, you approach the house via a gated drive that has ample space for parking. Another gate gives access to a rear courtyard and the annexe.
The gardens are plentiful, as you would expect for a plot this size. They have been well looked after and offer far-reaching views of the countryside.