The Old Post House dates back to the early 1800's and retains many period features, occupying a plot of 0.36 acres in the highly desirable Wollaton Village.
The Old Post House occupies a private 0.36 acre plot with a walled frontage in the heart of the desirable suburb of Wollaton. Dating back to the early 1800's the property retains a wealth of period features and is arranged over three storeys, offering in excess of 4000sq ft of principal accommodation. The large, two storey outbuilding, previously used as stables and hay store, presents a rare development opportunity (subject to the necessary planning consents) to be used as ancillary accommodation, studio or offices. The double frontage and Boston ivy clad exterior add to the unique charm of The Old Post House, alongside the claim that one of the first floor bedrooms is where Nicholas Monsarrat wrote 'The Cruel Sea', a well renowned novel penned in the late 1940's.
Whilst the property would benefit modernisation of the internal fixtures and fittings, the rooms are of generous proportions, arranged over three storeys with three ground floor reception rooms, five first floor bedrooms two bathrooms and a sixth bedroom at second floor level.
Entrance Hall Spacious hallway, laid with part flagstone, part quarry tiled floor displaying exposed beams and allowing access to the extent of the ground floor accommodation to include the WC which is directly accessible off the entrance hall and the large cellar.
Breakfast Room Enjoying views over the front garden, the breakfast room presents an informal seating area, holding low level storage cupboards and original wall mounted display cabinets.
Kitchen Neighbouring the breakfast room is the well-proportioned kitchen, set to the rear of the property with a
dual aspect view. Incorporating a range of base and wall units with laminated work surfaces and appliances such as Neff microwave, Neff electric oven, two electric hobs, stainless steel sink and drainer and a free standing gas oven. Space and plumbing for a dishwasher is also provided in the kitchen, whilst
the generous larder also doubles up as a utility, with space and plumbing for a washing machine and fridge freezer.
Dining Room Having once been the Post Office to the village, the large dining room is now an impressive formal seating area, featuring a dual aspect view, exposed beams, built-in cupboards and display cabinet, a quarry tiled floor and an open fire with timber surround.
Sitting Room A lovely dual aspect reception room, set to the rear of the property enjoying views over the garden with solid oak strip flooring, a focal point open fire with timber and marble surround and double doors into the conservatory.
Conservatory Also accessible off the entrance hall, the delightful conservatory is laid with a tiled floor and overlooks the rear garden with a set of French doors leading out.
First Floor Stairs ascend from the entrance hall to the
spacious, first floor landing and on to the accommodation at this level, which briefly comprises five double bedrooms; two large doubles to the rear of the property and three smaller double bedrooms to the front elevation. Bedroom one benefits access to the four piece, Jack and Jill bathroom, as does bedroom three, whilst the second bedroom neighbours a small study which could be converted into an en suite or dressing room should an incoming buyer wish to so do. There is an
additional bathroom and separate WC to the south
Second Floor An additional double bedroom with eaves storage and a hand wash basin is situated to the second floor, alongside a store room. All bedrooms and bathrooms benefit one or more fitted cupboards.
A gated, gravel laid drive leads to a parking area in front of the outbuildings and on to a large garage with internal power, lighting and water. Directly to the front of the property is a private, immaculately maintained garden with an area of lawn and a heavily planted and well established border of plants
shrubbery and trees, including a mature mulberrry. The rear garden is also very private, enjoying a south westerly aspect and is predominantly laid to lawn with a gravelled seating area
directly off the conservatory, tree lined borders and a
further seating area which is covered by an attractive wrought iron pergola.
Mains electricity, gas fired central heating, drainage and water are understood to be connected to the property.
Strictly by appointment with Savills.
Nottingham City Council - Tax band G
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
An increasingly rare opportunity for buyers to put their stamp on this highly attractive, period property.Luke BillsonProperty agent