The Grade II listed Station Master's House is one of the most recognisable houses in Southwell, with it's distinctive gables. It sits on the Southwell trail, formerly the Mansfield to Rolleston railway line. The house has been tastefully and sympathetically renovated and decorated with modern touches for the 21st century.
Located in the heart of England, just 8 miles from Newark, Southwell is a lively, historic market town often referred to as 'the jewel in Nottinghamshire's crown'. The town is most well known for its historic Minster with its unique pepperpot spires, The Workhouse (a national trust property built in 1824 as a last resort for the poor and needy) and also for being the home of the Bramley Apple.