A property restoration project that has received industry recognition has come up for sale. The detached house in Nottingham has been described by the listing agent as “simply stunning”.
Awarded the RIBA Georgian Group National Restoration Award, the property in Derby Terrace, Nottingham, has now been put up for sale at “offers over £1,000,000”. The five-bedroom, four-bathroom property spans about 3,773 square feet.
Listing agent FHP Living said, “Simply stunning – just two words that help sum up this remarkable townhome.” The agent added that it had been fully renovated to a high standard by the current owners and was “immaculately presented throughout”.
So what does this house on the edge of the Nottingham city have to offer? Well, flexible hosting is one of the first things the agent highlights. They said, “It has been creatively arranged over five floors.”
As an example of the accommodation and features within the property, there is a nearly 29 foot long eat-in kitchen. In this room there are parquet floors, ceiling cornices, a stylish fireplace and a range of bespoke kitchen units together with an island unit. A large floor-to-ceiling corner widow in the living room is also a particular feature.
The master bedroom has been described as ‘magnificent’ and includes ornate cornices, while its luxurious en-suite bathroom features a free-standing brass bath and contemporary shower among its fixtures. The photograph below provides an idea of the accommodation; however, it should also be noted that the fourth bedroom/living room has been designed with a large sliding glass door that leads to a roof terrace from which one can enjoy stunning panoramic views. The list of reception and bedrooms includes a basement that is currently used as a gym.
Outside, in addition to the top floor roof terrace, there is a sleek modern glass walkway leading to a chamomile lawn and floating garden. There is a garden on the lower level and an open garage/carport providing off-road parking for two cars. Finally, there is a landscaped patio, a covered dining room, a greenhouse and outbuildings.
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