What makes it stand out? Its potential. This traditional red brick terraced house is certainly in need of renovation. But with a price tag that's three times cheaper than the average value of a Nottingham property, it could be time and money well spent.
Available via Thomas James Estates
What makes it stand out? The canal views. This city centre apartment is the perfect pad for a first-time buyer looking for something a bit special. The open plan kitchen and living area opens out onto a south facing balcony with views over the Nottingham Canal.
Available via Martin & Co
What makes it stand out? The smart home technology. This house might have been built in 1928 but it's been brought straight into the 21st Century with a Fibaro Smart Living Home Automation System. It means you can control the sound system, heating, lighting, CCTV and security system from your phone or tablet.
Available via EweMove Sales & Lettings
What makes it stand out? Its Edwardian charm. This impressive detached home in Long Eaton is crammed full or original features. The galleried dining hall is particularly striking with its double height beamed ceiling, detailed wood panelling and grand fireplace.
Available via Fine & Country
What makes it stand out? The eye-watering price tag. At a lofty £10m, this mansion is probably the most expensive house for sale in Nottingham. You’ll get plenty of luxurious features for your money though, with a helipad, swimming pool and spa facilities, home cinema and a car showroom on offer.
Available via The Agent Property Consultants Ltd