Nottinghamshire’s own White House comes to market

One of the world’s most famous residencies may be in Washington DC, but Richard Watkinson & Partners is offering Collingham’s own White House to market, offering potential buyers the space, design and contemporary feel fit for a President.

“This architecturally designed home is absolutely stunning, with modern, luxurious features throughout,” said Louise Johnson of Richard Watkinson & Partners.

“Approached by a private drive, the contemporary white monochrome exterior is offset against the cedar panelled elevations and fabulous cathedral windows – which make this a beautifully light and airy property.”

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The five bedroom property sits on one third of an acre of land which can be enjoyed by utilising the bi-folding doors which span the back of the house.

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“The ability to open up one side of the property entirely is a fantastic feature which means that, in the summer, it’s the perfect entertaining space to enjoy long evenings on the patio watching the sun set over the beautiful Nottinghamshire countryside.

“The White House has also been finished to an incredibly high standard and boasts some fantastic modern features – including a boiling water tap with a filter, Italian porcelain tiles and solid reclaimed oak flooring.

“Four of the five double bedrooms have fitted wardrobes with plenty of storage throughout the property – which is relatively uncommon with such architecturally-led properties.

“The luxurious features throughout also give it a sense of prestige and really make the property special and stand out. It has a guest suite with its own separate staircase, a Juliette balcony attached to the master bedroom and a galleried landing overlooking the stunning village views.

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“Location-wise, it is in close proximity to Newark as well as being within commuting distance to both Lincoln and Nottingham – making it ideal for those working in the cities but looking for a bit of extra space.

“I don’t expect this property to remain on the market for long so would advise those interested to get in touch,” said Louise.


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