A historic period home set amongst beautiful rolling countryside
Moorgreen is located north of Nottingham City Centre in a rural yet convenient and accessible location close to a wide range of amenities and services. There are excellent road links to the regions commercial and retail centres and the City of Nottingham is within easy reach offering rail links to the City of London. East Midlands is readily accessible by the M1 Motorway.
Beauvale House is a Grade II* Listed period home for sale, set in extremely well maintained gardens and grounds. The property was designed by famous architect E W Godwin in an old English revival style and was completed in 1873 for the 7th Earl Cowper and also has historic connections with D H Lawrence, being believed to be the setting for Lady Chatterley’s Lover. In more recent times the property has become a superb family home, having been occupied by the current owners for over 20 years.
The property has been subject to a full course of restoration, which has preserved the original features of the property whilst enhancing it with modern and convenient facilities.
Outside, Beauvale House is accessed via a private driveway, which gives access to a small number of properties and leads to twin electric wrought iron gates which give access to an extensive gravelled parking area for a number of vehicles. There is extensive garaging for up to four cars and an adjacent workshop. To the side and rear of the property opens onto formal gardens with shaped lawns, gravelled pathways, mature planting including magnificent specimen rhododendrons, as well as a number of mature specimen trees.
* Please note that the property is in part attached to the neighbouring residence.
• Basement snooker room
• 4 car garage
• Tennis court
• In all approx. 2 acres
The property is Freehold and has a guide price of £895,000. Further details are available here.