- Three storey period conversion
- Open plan living
- Modern contemporary living within a period building
- Four receptions
- Open plan dining kitchen
- Six bedrooms, four en-suites
- Family bathroom, utility & cloaks
- Secure gated grounds
- Landscaped gardens
- Roof garden / terrace
DescriptionA magnificent three storey period property that has been sympathetically and lovingly converted into an impressive 6 bedroom family home. The Old Goods Yard, dating from the 1870s, was used to store goods brought into the village by the railway line that ran between Southwell and Mansfield. A magnificent three storey period property that has been sympathetically and lovingly converted into an impressive family home. The Old Goods Yard, dating from the 1870s, was used to store goods brought into the village by the railway line that ran between Southwell and Mansfield.
The property was a disused British Railways goods shed that has now been converted into a luxury six bedroom home. Inside there is a very modern contemporary open plan loft living feeling and everything is very spacious and open.
In brief the property comprises: Open plan reception hall, lounge, study, snug / playroom, dining room, dining kitchen, cloaks, utility room and plant room.
To the first floor via feature staircase - Four bedrooms, two en-suites, family bathroom and a useful open study / library.
Second floor - Two double bedrooms, two en-suites, dressing room and a spacious roof garden.
Outside - Generous walled grounds with secure gated access. Area laid to lawn, generous car parking, patio area and lawned area.
The property is available for immediate occupation with no upward chain.
These sales particulars have been prepared by FHP Living on the instruction of the vendor. Services, equipment and fittings mentioned in these particulars have NOT been tested, and as such, no warranties can be given. Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries regarding such matters. These sales particulars are produced in good faith and are not intended to form part of a contract. Whilst FHP Living have taken care in obtaining internal measurements, they should only be regarded as approximate.
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