Home with its personal community of caves up on the market at £1.75million

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It has slightly secret beneath (Image: FHP Residing / SWNS)

If your home is extremely heat proper now, a brand new property itemizing may make you very jealous.

A five-bedroom home in Nottingham with its personal community of caves has simply gone in the marketplace.

Actually, it’s the right shady resolution for a heatwave – because the UK presently faces record-breaking summer season temperatures.

The column caves had been designed by Alderman Thomas Herbert between 1850 and 1876 – and had been initially designed to carry his exceptional assortment of full-sized statues of gods, druidical figures and even Christ.

exterior of the house
A stunning courtyard too (Image: FHP Residing / SWNS)

caves underneath
The right heatwave providing (Image: FHP Residing / SWNS)

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It comes with its personal community of caves (Image: FHP Residing / SWNS)

Now, the home even comes with planning permission to construct an enormous 7,000 sq. foot up to date residence on high of the nineteenth century caves.

Actually, Jackson Crane Architects have created plans for a brand new construct greater than double the dimensions of the home on the prevailing plot.

exterior of the hosue
How the five-bed home appears in the intervening time (Image: FHP Residing / SWNS)

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Contained in the property (Image: FHP Residing / SWNS)

inside the house
Numerous area to play with (Image: FHP Residing / SWNS)

The three-storey property, because it stands, boasts a big entrance corridor, sweeping staircase, trendy front room and lounge diner.

However proposals embrace an ethereal sky-lit lobby, huge up to date open-plan kitchen, entertaining area and a gymnasium, in addition to an indoor pool, backyard room with views of the terrace and caves, a galleried touchdown, a examine, cosy, utility space and laundry room – plus two residence workplace rooms.

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What proposals for the property appear to be (Image: FHP Residing / SWNS)

proposals for planning permission
Fairly spectacular (Image: FHP Residing / SWNS)

The property is presently in the marketplace for £1.74million with Nottingham-based property brokers FHP Residing.

A spokesperson mentioned: ‘We really feel this fabulous property sits on one of many largest plots within the prestigious Park property, in a major location with commanding views.

‘To our information the proposed dwelling will likely be one of many largest of any up to date properties that has ever come to the property and as such will likely be an thrilling venture to any discerning purchaser.’

A sprawling mansion is on the market for a cool ??1.75million ??? which comes with its own CAVES. See SWNS story SWMDcave. The five-bedroom property in the leafy suburb of Nottingham also boasts gardens with statues and 3,100 square foot of floor space. The house also comes with planning permission to build a massive 7,000 square foot contemporary home on top of the 19th century caves. The column caves were designed by Alderman Thomas Herbert, a wealthy lace manufacturer, between 1850 and 1876. They were originally designed to house Herbert's remarkable collection of full-sized statues of gods, druidical figures and even Christ. The property also boasts a large entrance hall, sweeping staircase, modern living room and lounge diner. The three-storey property, which commands stunning views of the city, also has planning permission for a major redevelopment. An artists impression shows permission for an ???iconic architectural masterpiece??? built on top of the sandstone pillared caves. Jackson Crane Architects have created plans to more than double the house on the existing plot. The plans include an airy sky-lit foyer, vast contemporary open-plan kitchen, entertaining space and a gymnasium. The design includes an indoor pool, garden room with views of the terrace and caves, a galleried landing, a study, snug, utility area and laundry room, plus two home office rooms. The property is being sold by Nottingham-based FHP Living.
Beautiful gardens and a balcony too (Image: FHP Residing / SWNS)

A sprawling mansion is on the market for a cool ?1.75million ? which comes with its own CAVES. See SWNS story SWMDcave. The five-bedroom property in the leafy suburb of Nottingham also boasts gardens with statues and 3,100 square foot of floor space. The house also comes with planning permission to build a massive 7,000 square foot contemporary home on top of the 19th century caves. The column caves were designed by Alderman Thomas Herbert, a wealthy lace manufacturer, between 1850 and 1876. They were originally designed to house Herbert's remarkable collection of full-sized statues of gods, druidical figures and even Christ. The property also boasts a large entrance hall, sweeping staircase, modern living room and lounge diner. The three-storey property, which commands stunning views of the city, also has planning permission for a major redevelopment. An artists impression shows permission for an ?iconic architectural masterpiece? built on top of the sandstone pillared caves. Jackson Crane Architects have created plans to more than double the house on the existing plot. The plans include an airy sky-lit foyer, vast contemporary open-plan kitchen, entertaining space and a gymnasium. The design includes an indoor pool, garden room with views of the terrace and caves, a galleried landing, a study, snug, utility area and laundry room, plus two home office rooms. The property is being sold by Nottingham-based FHP Living.
Good backyard area too (Image: FHP Residing / SWNS)

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