A fine and substantial country house of a traditional design in a remarkable gladed setting of great beauty surrounded by mature mixed woodland and expansive lawns in a highly regarded semi rural setting on the outskirts of Papplewick/Ravenshead, bordering to the grounds of Newstead Abbey Park, the ancestral home of Lord Byron, offering convenient and direct access to Nottingham, Mansfield and the M1 motorway national road network.
The village of Papplewick itself is a small essentially unspoilt village which lies to the north of Nottingham protected by a Conservation area designation. There is relatively direct access into Nottingham city centre and Mansfield with convenient access to the M1 Motorway network which offers strategic commuter links to the north and south. There are first class shopping amenities and professional services in the suburban centre of Arnold, and close by day to day amenities are provided by a range of shops grouped around the square in the centre of Ravenshead village.
Ravenshead is a large village set in a wooded countryside between the main centres of Nottingham and Mansfield. Lying adjacent to the grounds of Newstead Abbey Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty and historic interest, the village has useful amenities which include a range of shops in a small precinct, library, medical centre, primary schooling, an 'active' church, several public houses and a leisure centre. Some of the best golf courses in the County, namely Hollinwell (The Notts Golf Club), Sherwood Forest and Coxmoor are all readily accessible.
From Ravenshead there is direct access into Nottingham centre and the surrounding regional centres of Mansfield, Southwell, Newark-on-Trent and South Yorkshire. A public transport service facilitates commuting to the neighbouring population centres and there are bus collection points for both the Nottingham High Schools and Trent College close at hand.