Estate was originally created from Nottingham Castle's deer park and is now recognised as one of Nottingham's finest residential locations, holding praise to notable architects such as pf Robinson, Watson Fothergill and tc Hine who designed many of the properties that are seen here today. It was not until the late 1800's that the Park
was becoming recognised as more of an estate with some 400 houses being erected by 1887. Former residents of The Park
include national figures such as Sir Paul Smith, aj Mundella, Sir Jesse Boot and Sir Albert John Player. Situated on one of The Parks more popular roads with far reaching views over The Park
and beyond stands 8 Park
Terrace, a graceful home providing a wealth of features & characteristics which epitomises the era of design. Positioned between Park
Terrace and Park Valley
and affording a garden area of approximately 100 feet in length, this attractive grade 2 listed residence offers accommodation which briefly comprises entranc
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