A fine and substantial traditional family house constructed during the inter-war period with high grade materials including narrow gauge mellow brickwork surmounted by a steeply pitched hipped clay tile roof offering a first class home.
In need of general modernisation and offering considerable potential and scope for improvement to suit personal requirements, Cornaways is located in a highly regarded and sought after residential location.
Edwalton is a prime residential area on the south eastern edge of the Nottingham conurbation close to extensive amenities and high grade schooling in West Bridgford and having direct access into Nottingham centre and the University Campus/Queens Medical Centre.
The main retail centres of Nottingham and Leicester are readily accessible from the village - equally so the M1 motorway and East Midlands International Airport some 10 miles to the south west are within convenient reach.
The Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham University Campus, Boots Beeston site, Experian, Capital One, Northern Foods and the principle Nottingham commercial centres can be accessed with relative ease from this popular and sought after village.
West Bridgford is a first class residential area on the southern edge of Nottingham close to extensive amenities/high grade private and state schooling in the area, the Rushcliffe Leisure Centre, surrounding high standard Golf Courses with direct access into Nottingham centre, the Queens Medical Centre/ Nottingham University campus and the commercial bases of the main Nottingham based national companies – i.e. Boots the Chemists, Northern Foods and Pork Farms.
Nottingham is a thriving cosmopolitan city with a prospering and diverse business community, modern shopping, arts, sports and entertainment centres.
Planning Permission – Residential Development
Cornaways enjoys a good degree of privacy standing in established gardens and notwithstanding prospective purchasers are informed that planning permission has been granted for residential development on land adjacent to and in the vicinity of the existing property as part of the strategic redevelopment of the green belt as directed by the emerging Rushcliffe Local Plan. Purchasers are advised to make their own specific enquiries in this regard.