A pair of cottages in the Nottinghamshire village of Norwell Woodhouse have been sold for renovation as a single dwelling.
The cottages have been empty for several years and used to be a single property as the former farmhouse at Common Farm.
Langleys Solicitors acted on the sale of the semi-detached cottages which included almost four acres of adjoining land.
Owner Penny McQuilkin and her family live adjacent to the cottages in a converted barn development. She said: “The cottages had become dilapidated and needed quite a bit of work on them. It will be good to see them converted back to a single family farm house on the land.”
Peter Horner, partner in commercial property at Langleys Solicitors, said: “The renovation of the Common Farm cottages will result in a substantial detached property with outstanding views over local countryside.”