Nailstone Conservation Area
A conservation area within Nailstone was designated by the council in September 2015.
Nailstone is a former Gopsall Estate village which has seen limited changes since the estate was sold in 1927 and the properties gradually passed into private ownership, with the current buildings providing fine evidence of this historical and social development. The village contains several buildings of special interest, including All Saints Church, elegant village farmhouses and outbuildings, The Old Rectory, and Manor House, alongside a number of buildings with unique characteristics which are particular to the Gopsall Estate villages, including the use of eyebrow dormer windows.
Last updated: 23/02/2017 15:30