- Immaculately presented period family home
- Five bedrooms
- Four reception rooms
- Superb master suite with balcony
- Second floor ideal for creation of separate annexe
- Detached Coach House/garage
- Gated driveway into landscaped gardens with Victorian grotto
- Popular Mapperley Park location
- EPC Rating = E
Stunning, spacious five bedroom Arts and Crafts family home retaining many original architectural period features, set in beautiful private gardens in Mapperley Park.
Mapperley Park is one of Nottingham’s most sought after residential areas with both a wealth of high quality period properties and more modern housing. It lies within easy reach of Nottingham City Centre and with local facilities available nearby in Carrington, Sherwood and Mapperley. The main terminus for the Notttingham NET transport system lies within easy reach.
A truly impressive detached family house originally designed and
constructed to an extremely high standard. The property has many superb, retained original architectural features, including fine cornicing with panelling in part and fine window detailing throughout the house. The property has been skilfully restored and improved by the current owner to offer quite outstanding, versatile family accommodation, with four ground floor reception rooms and a lovely fully fitted bespoke breakfast kitchen with handmade units by Martin Moore and including a four oven Aga.
To the first floor are five generous bedrooms, four bath/shower rooms, and a particular feature being the skilfully created second floor living/annexe space providing versatile and flexible accommodation.
Attractive hardwood entrance door to entrance vestibule. Double hardwood doors to a glorious L-shaped reception hall with fine intricate mosaic detailed tiled floor.
Study with a circular bay with leaded light windows and period chimney piece.
Sitting room with three-quarter panelled walls with an integrated
matching fireplace surround, with stone insets to an Arts and Craft surround fitted display cabinet.
Drawing room, a stunning double aspect room, with ornate plaster ceiling cornice and matching decorative panels. Wide bay overlooking the garden. Attractive period chimney piece with marble slips and a gas coal fire.
Dining room, a further substantial reception room, with a deep bay overlooking the front terrace and gardens and a glazed door to the covered Loggia, terrace and gardens beyond. An impressive panelled Inglenook with built-in chimney piece and gas coal fire, original side fitted seats. Return door to laundry room and inner hallway.
Inner hall, cloakroom with W.C. and wash hand basin. Spacious well fitted laundry room.
Superb kitchen breakfast room, carefully styled and fitted, with hand painted units by Martin Moore and including a four oven Aga, attractive cabinets with granite working surface and twin inset sinks. Integrated dishwasher, matching floor standing fitted storage kitchen cabinets.
Side lobby area with access to useful cellars, one is a boiler room with gas boiler providing central heating and domestic hot water.
A particularly attractive dog leg staircase, with a magnificent leaded light half landing window leads to the generous first floor landing.
A master bedroom with period chimney piece and a French glazed door leading out to a covered balcony area. En suite bathroom with partly tiled walls, claw and ball freestanding cast iron bath, twin wash hand basins, low piece suite W.C. and bidet. Return door to inner landing area.
Bedroom two, another substantial bedroom, with lovely feature Oriel period window, tiled chimney piece and a refitted spacious and well planned and fully tiled bathroom with a jacuzzi style bath, integrated wash hand basin, wall hung W.C.
Bedroom three, set to the side of the property, with a tiled chimney piece and access to a shared Jack and Jill en suite shower room with W.C. and washbasin.
Bedroom four with an attractive Oriel window and double aspect room.
Bedroom five, with refitted en suite shower room with rainfall and hand held showers, wash hand basin set to a floor standing cabinet. Separate W.C. off with return door to inner landing.
Inner landing with staircase to second floor, which has been skilfully created out of the extensive roof space to provide glorious open plan living/studio space with great versatility. Ideal for creation of a separate annexe or games room. Kitchenette off with sink unit and fitted cupboards. Spacious shower room with shower cubicle, low suite W.C. and hand basin. Bedroom/dressing area set to the side.
The property has a remote controlled gated entrance with a sweeping driveway, leading up to a parking turning area and up to the main entrance area with a block paved courtyard giving access to:
Detached Coach House/garage with a double up and over door and separate single up and over door providing extensive car parking with storage. A staircase leads to a first floor area over the garage currently used as a gymnasium.
The property sits in surprisingly private substantial grounds and
gardens, with wide paved terrace set immediately to the rear of the principal reception rooms with steps leading down to the main garden areas, again with a generous paved terrace and seating areas. There are delightful well managed and maintained borders, and a particular feature is the early stone grotto which leads through to an additional rockery garden area. The driveway continues around the side of the house to a substantial rear courtyard area with early block paving and a separate store room held on a additional long lease.
Square Footage: 4787 sq ft
The property is best approached leaving Nottingham on the
Woodborough Road. Turn left onto Mapperley Road before the
Mapperley Park tennis club and turn right down Redcliffe Road where the property will be seen on the right hand side.
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