Kingston Hall, Gotham Road, Kingston-on-Soar, Nottingham, NG11 0DJ | Property for sale | Savills
233.19 sq m
Guide price £650,000(€730,553)

Kingston HallGotham Road, Kingston-on-Soar, Nottingham, NG11 0DJ

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in September 2022
  • Exceeding 2500sq ft of accommodation
  • Master bedroom with new en suite
  • Retaining many period features throughout
  • Set within 16 acres of communal gardens
  • Private courtyard garden to the rear
  • Communal heated swimming pool
  • Allocated parking and double garage

Modernised, four bedroom historic family home arranged over four storeys, exceeding 2500sq ft of accommodation, set within 16 acres of delightful, well maintained communal parkland grounds.

About this property

  • Kingston Hall is a Grade II Listed historic country house, set within 16 acres of parkland grounds, built in the 1840's and was once home to Lord Belper. This particular property occupies the tower to the west elevation of the building, with generous accommodation arranged over four storeys. The kitchen and bathrooms have been beautifully refurbished by the current owner occupiers to create a wonderful family home with an amenable layout and contemporary interior.

    An arched entrance door leads into the hallway with boot and cloak storage and on to the ground floor accommodation which comprises;

    A stunning, newly fitted kitchen diner sits to the front of the property enjoying a double fronted view, an open fire with decorative surround and granite hearth and is laid with oak herringbone wood flooring. The Wren, Infinity Plus kitchen incorporates a range of grey base and wall units with quartz work surfaces, breakfast bar seating and is fitted with a range of appliances to include a Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher, undercounter fridge and a new Stoves 4 over cooker with a 5 ring induction hob and extractor above. A generous pantry with fitted larder unit is accessible directly off the kitchen.

    The well-proportioned sitting room is accessible from the kitchen diner, displaying high, arched ceilings with half height wood panelling and an attractive view out to the front of the property.

    A rear lobby off the sitting room leads on to a ground floor WC and a useful study area.

    Stairs descend from the rear lobby to a lower ground floor area, leading to a play room with solid oak flooring, a decorative brick built fire place and alcove display shelving. A door from the play room leads into a utility area with space and plumbing for appliances and on to the cellar storage which could be used as a cinema room (as explored by the current owner occupiers) subject to the necessary planning permissions.

    A split level staircase leads to the two bedrooms at this level to include the principal bedroom, a sizeable room featuring a double fronted view, a walk through dressing room and a newly fitted three piece en suite shower room holding a large walk-in shower enclosure, a vanity wash hand basin, a WC and a chrome heated towel rail. A second double bedroom sits to the other side of the staircase also benefitting a new en suite bathroom, in addition to a large storage cupboard which could become a walk-in wardrobe.

    Holding a further two double bedrooms, one of which being a loft room with an en suite shower and separate WC, whilst the other bedroom at this level is fitted with alcove wardrobes and enjoys a view out to the west aspect.

    There is ample off street parking to the front of the property in addition to a double garage within a block of three garages, fitted with an electric door and benefitting internal power and lighting.

    A private, walled courtyard is accessible off the hallway with a tiled floor and rendered walls, providing a pleasant seating area for sole use of this property.

    There is a lawn to the front aspect, bound by a mature laurel hedge for sole use of this property, with 16 acres of well-manicured, communal parkland on the door step which is freely available to roam for the residents of Kingston Hall and holds a number of hidden seating areas. A communal, heated swimming pool with two changing rooms is also freely available for residents use.


    Leasehold, 954 years remaining, £300pcm service charge.

    £10 per annum.

    The property has mains water, electricity, gas fired central
    heating and a private drainage system serves all properties at
    Kingston Hall.

    Strictly by appointment with Savills.

    Rushcliffe Borough Council – Tax band F

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

A deceptively spacious and fully refurbished home set within stunning, meticulously maintained parkland grounds.

Luke BillsonProperty agent

Local information

  • The pleasant village of Kingston On Soar lies on the border between Nottingham & Leicester and neighbours Kegworth which offers a wide range of local amenities including a butchers, post office, convenience stores, two restaurants, three public houses and a primary school. Kingston Hall is extremely well placed for commuters with the M1 (3.7 miles), A50 (4.1 miles), A6 (10 miles), A453 (2 miles), East Midlands Airport (6 miles) and East Midlands Parkway (3 miles) all within very close proximity with trains to London running frequently from East Midlands Parkway in approximately 1hr 22m.

Additional information

  • EPC Exempt
  • Tenure = Leasehold (954 years remaining)