Savills | Old Melton Road, Normanton-on-the-Wolds, Nottingham, NG12 5NN | Properties for sale
10,401 sq ft(966.28 sq m)
Guide price £3,495,000

Old Melton RoadNormanton-on-the-Wolds, Nottingham, NG12 5NN


    Key features

    • Outstanding Queen Anne Country House
    • Undergone a complete renovation programme due for final completion January/February 2021
    • Bespoke handmade cabinetry
    • Underfloor heating throughout ground floor
    • Integrated music system throughout
    • Full Cat 5 cabling
    • 2 Self contained apartments
    • 6 car garages
    • Approx.1 acre grounds and gardens

    Available to view on 13th February, strictly by appointment. A rare opportunity to acquire an exquisite country house, completely renovated in a highly sought after village.

    About this property

    • Normanton House offers a rare opportunity to acquire an exquisite Grade II listed Queen Anne country house dating back to the 17th Century. This wonderful property has undergone a complete renovation/refurbishment programme and is due to be completed in January/February 2021.

      The property will benefit from a bespoke specification, incorporating marble worktops, handmade fitted furniture within the kitchen, library, dining room, cocktail room, bedrooms and bathrooms and the latest complimentary technology for modern living.

      Ground Floor
      Fine entrance door to hallway which opens out to dining room with bespoke high quality fitted furniture, a double aspect room with wide side bay windows. Study, a lovely period room with, wide side bay with deep shuttered windows. Staircase hall leading to drawing room, the principal reception of the house, again of wonderful proportions with a high ceiling, marble fireplace, walk through sash windows with twin level original shutters with delightful aspect across the main gardens.

      Cocktail Room with high ceiling, bespoke fully fitted high quality furniture. Rear hallway/lobby, cloakroom with wash hand basin and WC. Sitting room, lovely high ceiling, marble fireplace. Stunning kitchen/dining room with doors looking out and with access onto the terrace and gardens beyond Travetine flooring, range of handmade bespoke fitted furniture, marble worktop, Miele double oven, dishwasher and microwave. Hot water tap. Sub Zero fridge/freezer. Door through to Orangery. Rear boot room with Travetine flooring, secondary dogleg staircase to the first floor, laundry/ utility off. Under floor heating throughout ground floor.

      First Floor
      Luxury master bedroom suite overlooking the gardens and of generous proportions with His and Hers dressing rooms both fitted with handmade bespoke fitted furniture and marble worktops. Spacious His and Hers Bathrooms with fittedfurniture and marble worktops. Bedroom two with Porcelenosa en suite bathroom, marble worktop. Bedroom three with Porcelenosa en suite bathroom, marble worktop. Home Office with fully fitted furniture.

      Second Floor
      Approached from the main staircase and with three generous bedrooms. Porcelenosa bathroom. Ideal use for secondary accommodation/apartment.

      Cellar
      Housing the engine room for the house and wine cellar.

      Planning has been approved for the conversion of the original coach house, into two self/contained apartments – Planning Reference – 19/00588/FUL (Rushcliffe Borough Council).

      Ground Floor Apartment
      Sitting room with double aspect across the courtyard and gardens. Kitchen/Dining room with a range of handmade bespoke fitted furniture, Miele appliances, marble worktop. Bedroom 1 with French doors out the gardens. Bedroom 2 with French doors out to the gardens. Bathroom fitted by Porcelenosa.

      First Floor Apartment
      Open plan Sitting room/Kitchen/Dining with aspect across the gardens. Handmade bespoke fitted furniture, Miele appliances, marble worktop. Utility off. Master Bedroom with Porcelenosa fitted en suite. Bedroom 2. Bedroom 3 with double aspect across the courtyard and gardens.

      Outside
      The property will enjoy approx. 1 acre of landscaped grounds and gardens including superb water feature. There is a newly built 4 bay garage as well as two existing garages and two stables which adjoin the newly converted apartments.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A rare opportunity to acquire an outstanding listed period property, undergoing a full renovation/refurbishment

    Clare BinghamProperty agent

    Local information

    • Normanton on the Wolds is a much sought after village lying to the south side of Nottingham and with excellent access into Nottingham city centre (approx 8 miles) which has rail connections to London and the south east.
    • Trains from Nottingham to London St Pancras approx 102 mins.
    • The newly dualled A46 lies approx 3 miles to the east providing excellent access to a wide range of regional centres.
    • The village boasts a number of important period properties including Normanton House which was part of the original Plumtree estate.
    • Normanton is a largely unspoilt village with a well regarded local public house and other facilities are available in the nearby village of Keyworth.

    Additional information

    • EPC Exempt