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Landmark Nottinghamshire house with castle features goes on market for £1.6m

today25 June 2022

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It’s a building you may have spotted if you’ve ever driven along the A6097 towards Gunthorpe. Standing out for its castellated roofline, you may have even wondered what it was.

Well, it is a house, and it’s a house that has come up for sale with estate agents Gascoines at offers in the region of £1.6 million. However, it is also a piece of history, according to its sellers.

Described as a “one-of-a-kind estate”, the property comes with quite a package. It has three dwellings, around 5.5 acres of land, stables and a potential development plot.

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The Hall in Gunthorpe is a unique Grade-II listed building that is rumoured to have been moved to its present site shortly after Oliver Cromwell’s time. It is said there was once a tunnel that ran under the River Trent from The Hall to Shelford Manor.

Accommodation is extensive and includes some seven bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as a total of eight reception spaces. Outside, the grounds include an ‘in and out’ gated driveway, a walled garden, as well as a heated swimming pool and a greenhouse.

Jess Mitchell, office manager at Southwell-based Gascoines, said: “This property will give potential buyers real flexibility to make the house their home. Whether you’ve always wanted to live in a piece of historical architecture, create your dream home, or have the ultimate entertaining property for all the family – this estate offers possibilities that only come around once in a blue moon.”

The key areas of the estate include the Grade-II listed Hall, Hall Court which includes two barn conversations, and 5.5 acres of land. As well as walled gardens, the additional land provides six stables and the opportunity for redevelopment.

Jess added: “We’re excited to present this historical property to market. Gunthorpe is such a lovely location, in a highly regarded village with access to the excellent C of E primary school, fantastic riverside restaurants and country walks.”

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