This luxury five-bedroom home in Stanton-on-the-Wolds could be yours for £1.2 millionThis luxury five-bedroom home in Stanton-on-the-Wolds could be yours for £1.2 million
This luxury five-bedroom home in Stanton-on-the-Wolds could be yours for £1.2 million | Benjamins/Rightmove

Stanton-on-the-Wolds: Inside ‘luxury’ £1.2m home in Nottinghamshire’s ‘poshest village’

The village has recently been named by the Telegraph as one of the poshest in the country

Many of us dream about living the high life. 

You know - big house, flash cars and regular holidays to the Caribbean. 

Sadly, barring a lottery win or some other unexpected cash windfall, most of us will never get to experience the millionaire lifestyle. 

However, there’s no harm in dreaming, right? 

Just for a few moments, imagine you’d suddenly come into, let’s say, £5 million. 

If you’re Nottinghamshire born and bred, there’s a good chance you’d want to remain in the county despite your new-found wealth, but where would you move to? 

The village of Stanton-on-the-Wolds, located a few miles south of Nottingham, would be very much on your radar as a new millionaire. 

Home to just over 400 people, Stanton-on-the-Wolds was recently named as the ‘poshest’ place to live in Nottinghamshire by the Telegraph. 

Given that the village is made up of essentially three roads, it’s unsurprising that properties rarely come onto the market. 

This luxury five-bedroom home, however, is still for sale despite being listed on the market since January. 

The stunning new build is part of a private gated development in the heart of the village. 

With an interior akin to a five-star hotel, the home is perfect for someone in search of permanent luxury. 

Scroll down to see more photos of this incredible property, which has an asking price of £1.2 million. 

You can book a viewing with Benjamins estate agents through Rightmove by pressing here.

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