This charming, traditional 18th century cottage is set in the centre of the village of Nether Langwith, 4.5 miles from Bolsover in Derbyshire.
The cottage is also ideally set just a ten minute walk from the Robin Hood railway line which provides a direct link into Nottingham city centre.
Built in the 1700s, the cottage has lots of original character features including original beams, feature fireplaces and even an original water pump in the hallway.
From the delights of the property and gardens as well as an abundance of areas to visit, this is a great place for families and groups of friends to get together to enjoy this part of the country.
On entering the cottage through a stable door, through the hallway, takes you into a well-equipped kitchen with a traditional feel.
There is a separate utility with laundry facilities and also a separate larder for storage, which includes the fridge and freezer also.
Off the kitchen is a good-sized table and chairs; a great place for breakfast or even for playing games on those wetter days.
A step down takes you to a dining room with some comfy sofas and a dining table, perfect to seat six guests.
Next door is the sitting room with a woodburning stove, making it a great place to relax after a full day out and about.
Upstairs are three spacious bedrooms with plenty of traditional features as well as a good-sized family bathroom.
Next to the cottage there is also the games room housing a pool table and dart board, with plenty of secure bike storage.
To the outside of the property, there is a secure dog pen, which gives you the flexibility of being able to leave pets without having to keep them locked up inside the house.
You will be spoilt for choice with regards to gardens, there is a small area to the front with views across to the river and a good-sized patio garden at the back, making it a great place to sit and relax whilst the kids let off some steam.
A cosy, traditional cottage, in a great location to be enjoyed at any time of the year.