LOOK INSIDE: Stunning £2 million Grade II Listed property with fantastic views of Southwell Minster

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This stunning Grade II Listed character property with views of Southwell Minster is on the market now, with a guide price of £2 million.

Rampton Prebend, one of the most important Prebendal houses set around Southwell Minster, has been restored to the highest standards.

The property enjoys a stunning view looking down over the formal landscaped front gardens towards the twin towers and main entrance of the Minster itself.

On the ground floor, the property retains a wealth of original features, including flagstone floors, original sash windows and feature fireplace.

The front entrance door leads to a stunning reception hallway, with three original reception rooms set to the front and side of the house, together with an extended entrance hall.

The refitted breakfast kitchen leads onto the additional family room/garden room, which features a high vaulted ceiling and bi-fold doors leading out onto the gardens.

The ground floor accommodation also includes a scullery/utility room, shower room, guest cloakroom and boiler room, as well as access to a cellar.

On the first floor, there are four good sized bedrooms, two with en-suite shower rooms, and a luxurious family bathroom.

A traditional Oak Winder staircase then leads on to the second floor, where there is further potential to adapt the restored and now open roof space to accommodate a further two bedrooms, sewing room, bathroom and store room, if required.

In addition, the property also features a detached two-storey coach house, which has been renovated to provide a three-bedroom residential dwelling. This accommodation features a sitting room with log burner, kitchen and bedroom with en-suite shower room on the ground floor.

To the first floor, there are a further two double bedrooms with vaulted ceilings, which share the use of a high quality bathroom.

Outside, there is a courtyard garden.

Externally, the house sits in a mature plot which extends to 0.77 acres and lies to the front, side and rear of the house. It enjoys a walled frontage to Westgate with a widenend driveway leading up to the side courtyard parking and turning area.

The front gardens are in the design of an original style Tudor knot garden with box hedging and planted tulips. To the rear and side are generous lawns with courtyard areas and a terrace.

Outbuildings including a brick built store and gardeners WC are also included and planning permission has been granted for the re-instatement of a former Victoria greenhouse and the construction of a contemporary timber summer house.

For more information on the property, see here.