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Jaw dropping Notts Hall for sale including five acres and price tag of £850,000

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A Nottinghamshire country house has gone up for sale with five-acres of land. The stunning Grade II listed property, known as East Hall, is full of history and character and has a price ticket that might just surprise you.

Standing in the sought after village of Bleasby, the seven bedroom home has been enjoyed by the current owners since moving here in 1972. Prior to this, the documented history of the house indicates that is was home to amongst others, a High Sheriff of the County. It has now gone up for sale with Savills for £850,000.

While there is evidence of earlier houses on the site dating to the 1500s, the current house is believed to have been built in around 1700. Ian Marriott, director and head of residential sales at Savills Nottingham, says: “This magnificent Grade II listed country home was re-modelled circa 1816-19 in a Strawberry hill Gothic style”.

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An extra wing (now West Hall) was added in 1836 and during the war, Bleasby Hall was occupied by the Wiltshire Yeomanry. After the war, the house was divided into East Hall and West Hall. East Hall was sold in 1948.

There is certainly plenty of space here, with a dining room, sitting room and a dining kitchen all on the ground floor. With seven bedrooms in total, one of the first floor bedrooms is currently used as a second sitting room.

Ian added that the house is “filled with history and is surrounded by beautifully landscaped grounds of just under five acres”. He continued: “Situated within the sought after village of Bleasby, it is close to a number of amenities including a Church of England primary school, an award-winning pub, a village hall and an active church community – for many, the essential ingredients for traditional village life.

“We have been inundated with enquiries since the property launched earlier this week which – combined with its history and grandeur – is in no small part due to it falling within the catchment area for the popular Minster School.”

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