A fine and substantial Grade II Listed Georgian house standing in an extensive established garden (0.50 acres) within a highly regarded Conservation village.
The architecture of the house reflects the scale and elegance of the late Georgian era having a classic symmetrical main elevation facing west across a relatively private orchard garden.
The internal plan of the house which is planned on two floor levels, extends to approximately 3,000 square feet (278 sq. metres) offering, in summary: a large entrance hall with cloakroom/utility room, a fine drawing room, a separate dining room with small annex room and breakfast kitchen with pantry on ground floor level, with four large bedrooms on first floor level - each having an en-suite facility.
It should be noted that Mulberry Close is within a proposed scheme of three residential properties, being the original house and two barn conversions served by a shared access from Cherry Holt Lane.
East Bridgford is a highly regarded Conservation village some ten miles to the east of Nottingham, having the essentials of an English village; a highly rated Church of England Primary School, a well-stocked village store and Post Office, The Royal Oak a thriving village inn and a vibrant community spirit centred on an extensive range of cultural and sporting activities, including cricket, football, tennis and bowls, with the village spirit being displayed in good measure at the annual East Bridgford Village Show held annually on Butts Field.