Key Features

  • Beautiful period detached family home
  • Stunning views over the lake to the rear
  • Recently refurbished tennis court
  • Generous plot of approximately 1 acre
  • Outbuildings that offer potential for annex
  • Three reception rooms and five bedrooms
  • Excellent scope for development
  • Easy access to West Bridgford & Nottingham
  • Being sold with no upward chain
  • A truly rare and exciting opportunity

Description

GUIDE PRICE £1.1M - £1.2M. A truly breath-taking home that is set on a generous, secluded and South facing plot that has stunning views over the lake to the rear. Nestled in the sleepy location of Holme Pierrepont, the property has the benefit of a rural location that is within minutes’ drive of West Bridgford and easy access to Nottingham City Centre. Boasting a recently refurbished tennis court and a plot of approximately an acre, the property offers huge scope for buyers looking for their forever home. GUIDE PRICE £1.1M - £1.2M. A truly breath-taking home that is set on a generous, secluded and South facing plot that has stunning views over the lake the rear. Nestled in the sleepy location of Holme Pierrepont, the property has the benefit of a rural location that is within minutes' drive of West Bridgford and easy access to Nottingham City Centre. Boasting a recently refurbished tennis court and a plot of approximately an acre, the property offers huge scope for buyers looking for their forever home.

The property was built in 1892 as two separate cottages and this is the first time it is coming to the market since extensive renovations in the 1980's when the property was extended and converted to create over 3000 square feet of space. The property oozes charm and character and sits well on its plot, with the benefit of solar panels and the potential for the boathouse and outbuildings to be converted to a separate annex, subject to relevant planning permission being obtained. The property has previously been run as a bed and breakfast and could offer future hospitality capability.

The property is entered through an open porchway to a generous reception hall that leads to the three main reception rooms, the WC and double garage. The main lounge is of good proportion with views out across the lake to the rear. The dining room is also of excellent proportion and leads to the kitchen and utility room. The breakfast room also takes in the stunning view of the lake also leads to the kitchen which has a range of wall and base units and doorway opening to the utility. The WC has a two piece suite and the double garage is sizeable with an electric up and over door.

To the first floor the staircase splits to two landings with five bedrooms off and a three piece family bathroom. The main bedroom has a Juliet balcony with view over the rear with built in furniture and en-suite shower room. Bedroom two has an en-suite shower room and bedroom four which is used as a study, has a balcony that overlooks the garden and lake.

Outside to the front, the property has a sweeping graveled driveway that leads to the double garage, carport and boathouse with a front boundary that is set to the centre of the dyke. This runs across the front which is lined with grass borders and a variety of trees and shrubs that seclude the property from the road. The drive continues as a path to the front door through the front garden, which is well-stocked with a variety of shrubbery. This then leads to the front orchard and also allows access to the tennis court to the side. To the far side are the carport, outbuildings and boathouse which offer potential for development. To the rear is a south facing garden which is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees, a nature garden, well stocked borders and has stunning views over the lake. The location must be viewed in person to truly appreciate the rare and exciting opportunity.


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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