THE OLD RECTORY
A fine and substantial former Rectory located to the north of Southwell and well served by the broad range of historic minster town amenities, professional services and highly regarded schooling for children of all ages.
Over recent times, The Old Rectory has been sympathetically restored and replanned to create an exquisite period home which retains its appreciable original character and classical proportions whilst offering a stunning contemporary home of an excellent overall specification.
The property offers a convenient strategic situation with a relatively direct connection to the A1 north of Newark, ideal as a platform to commute from central England both north and south.
Hockerton is a small village set in unspoilt countryside some two miles or so to the north of Southwell, accessible to the main regional centres of Nottingham and Newark on Trent.
Southwell is a thriving Minster town between the main centres of Nottingham and Newark on Trent, having an extensive range of town centre amenities and professional services grouped principally Queen Street and King Street, leading through the Market Place to The Burgage.
Southwell schooling is of a renowned standard across the age ranges and the town offers an extensive range of sporting and cultural activities – together with an active sports centre and swimming pool.
NEWARK ON TRENT
Newark on Trent, a larger market town, offers a more extensive range of amenities, professional services, restaurants and leisure activities and from Newark Northgate station there is a fast rail link into London Kings Cross in a scheduled journey time of 80/90 minutes – or thereabouts.
Fast East Coast Main Line Rail Service
From Newark there is direct access to the A1 national road network and a fast direct rail link into London Kings Cross in a scheduled journey time of 80/85 minutes.