The Gables Farm in Little Carlton, documented as the oldest residential house in the county. It began life as a medieval hall in 1266 and expanded with its two wings added in about 1540.

Take a look inside stunning £950k eight-bed home, documented as the oldest residential property in Nottinghamshire

How do you fancy owning what is documented to be the oldest residential house in Nottinghamshire? A picturesque, Grade II listed timber-framed building, beautifully conserved.

Wednesday, 20th October 2021, 10:25 am

The Gables Farm, on Ollerton Road in the charming village of Little Carlton, just three miles north of Newark, is on the market for £950,000.

With eight bedrooms, six reception rooms and four bathrooms, the detached property reportedly dates back to 1266 and is full to the brim of wonderful period-features, including exposed beams and rafters, vaulted ceilings and oak balustrade staircases.

It is incredibly versatile and would ideally suit a multi-generational family. Or there is fantastic scope to run a business within your own home.

There is also a separate, two-bedroom, self-contained annexe that offers business potential as office space or a bed and breakfast.

Adding to the appeal of The Gables Farm are two garages and a car port, a detached stable block with four stables, workshop, fenced paddocks and a large, mature garden.

The property is being marketed by estate agent Alasdair Morrison. Check out our photo gallery and go to the Zoopla website here for more information.

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