The Old School, on Portland Row, Selston, dates back to 1875 and was converted into residential accommodation in 1998.

Take a look inside this former school house on the Nottinghamshire-Derbyshire border - on sale for £525, 000

A former village school house which has been fully refurbished to an “excellent standard” could be yours as it goes on the market.

Tuesday, 31st March 2020, 4:20 pm
Updated Tuesday, 31st March 2020, 4:21 pm

The Old School, on Portland Row, Selston, dates back to 1875 and was converted into residential accommodation in 1998. It has a stunning sitting room with vaulted beamed ceiling, dining room, breakfast kitchen, study, utility room and three bedrooms each with an en-suite. Fine & Country, who are marketing the property for £525,000, said the property presents an “exciting prospect” for those looking for a home “exuding” character and presented in a tasteful fashion to cater to modern day living. A spokesman said: “The village is a predominantly residential area surrounded by charming countryside. The property has undergone a significant refurbishment since purchase by its current occupiers approximately four years ago seamlessly combining ‘old’ and ‘new’, the result is a property which is certain to impress upon inspection. Vaulted ceilings, exposed beams with feature lighting throughout, an array of reclaimed materials, exposed brick fire surround, the galleried landing, cast iron radiators, original crank operated windows and a beautiful bespoke kitchen are just some of the things which make this home stand out from the crowd. The Old School enjoys an extremely private and generously proportioned low-maintenance plot which is set back from the road and extends to approximately a quarter of an acre.”

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