Horse Chestnuts is an extraordinary detached residence with original Victorian walled gardens located in Papplewick, Nottingham, which is being sold by John Pye Property.
The property is one of a kind as it has been designed in the shape of a horseshoe with a large vehicle courtyard and a separate two-bedroom annexe. This executive detached residence comprises five bedrooms, four reception rooms and three en-suite bathrooms, set within extensive walled gardens which surround the property.
Richard Reed, head of property at John Pye Property, said: “Horse Chestnuts is a fantastic home that offers a bespoke architectural design and a unique, vast living accommodation. The remarkable Victorian walls surround the property, which makes it perfect for those who want privacy and security.”
The property sits on a site covering 1.4 acres and has an asking price of £1,600,000. Viewings are available strictly by appointment.
The building’s entrance is located at the central point of the property via large double doors that lead into a glass vestibule – with a split staircase, heading to the first floor.
Richard added: “This spacious home is situated in a small village, which is surrounded by historical and medieval attractions such as Papplewick Pumping Station and Newstead Abbey and is ideal for families.
“The building also possesses distinctive features such as vaulted ceilings, a spiral staircase and a mezzanine dressing area. It is truly unique in its design, setting and privacy and in order to appreciate everything the property has to offer, it’s essential to view it for yourself.”
Included within the property is a full leisure suite with a cinema and gaming room, an indoor swimming pool and sauna as well as an external hot tub situated on the large terrace.
For more information about Horse Chestnuts or to arrange a viewing visit John Pye property