Pygott & Crone is selling Park House, Station Street, Donington, for £735,000.
Pygott & Crone is selling historic Park House, in Station Street, Donington.
It is a rare opportunity to acquire one of the most historical country residences in the area, which is Grade II listed and situated in a conservation area.
It is believed to have originally been built in 1645 for the Gleed family and partially rebuilt in 1707.
Very little is known about the history of the house; however it is known that it was originally much larger than the current property.
One interesting feature is the colonial style front elevation, though internally the house has many original features.
These include a superb staircase with mahogany hand rail, flagstone flooring, Egg and Dart cornice to the hallway, six-panel doors and reveals.
Externally, there is a converted coach house offering excellent separate accommodation, a range of stables and tack room, further stores, as well as a crew yard.
The house is accessed via an extensive private drive and sits in well planned mature grounds extending to nearly nine acres made up of formal gardens, paddocks, a lake and mature trees.