School Bell Cottage, on Whaley Road, Langwith.

Take a look inside this £500k Victorian former Mansfield schoolhouse – it has a hot tub entertaining terrace and fantastic views

A former Victorian schoolhouse, surrounded fields and has a wealth of “charm and character” could be yours as it goes on the market for almost £500,000.

School Bell Cottage, on Whaley Road, Langwith, has four bedrooms, bespoke kitchen and landscaped grounds with lawn, a patio with a hot tub, stream and cabin.

A spokesman from Redbrik Estate Agents, who are marketing the property for £499,950, said: “Nestled on the edge of Whaley Village this former schoolhouse dates back to 1850 and was full refurbished to a very high standard throughout by the current owners in 2011 to provide 1739 square feet of beautifully presented accommodation set across two levels.

“The property offers a wealth of charm, character and period features throughout including stone floors, feature fireplaces, exposed beams and vaulted ceiling to the master bedroom.“Externally the property provides a large elevated terrace, landscaped gardens with meandering stream and ample gated off street parking with garage.

“Whaley itself is of architectural and historical interest with most dwellings dating back to the 1700 and 1800's and as such is classed as a conservation area.”

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