Collingham is a vibrant village situated approximately 6 miles from the historic market town of Newark on Trent, with a vast range of amenities. There is an excellent primary school, medical centre, dentist, library and a good range of local shops. There are public houses in the village that provide good food, and a variety of social clubs and organisations. Conveniently situated for access to the A46 for commuting to Lincoln, the A1 and Newark, the latter having a direct rail link to London Kings Cross (approximately 80 minutes). Collingham also has its own railway station with frequent trains to Lincoln, Newark and Nottingham.
This property has a storm canopy over the front door, and an original wood and obscured glazed door leading into the entrance hallway.
11' 11'' x 5' 7'' (3.63m x 1.70m) (majority measurements, the 5'7" extends partially to 11'9")
The entrance hallway has two original obscured glazed windows either side of the front door, solid wood parquet style flooring, the original wooden enclosed balustrade and hand rail with stairs rising to the first floor, ceiling light fitting, original picture rail and an obscured glazed window in the stairwell. There is a low level understairs storage cupboard and doors leading into the kitchen, the dining room and the lounge.
13' 11'' x 11' 11'' (4.24m x 3.63m)
This reception room is dual aspect with a window to the front elevation and a further window to the side elevation. There is a ceiling light fitting, the original picture rail and a period style fireplace with tiled hearth, surround and mantle, with gas fire on set, and potential to be opened up or restored. The lounge also has the original floor boards.
11' 11'' x 9' 11'' (3.63m x 3.02m)
The dining room has two windows to the rear garden aspect and a majority glazed door leading out to the rear garden. The room also has a ceiling light fitting, the original picture rail, original fireplace with tiled hearth and surround, once again with a gas fire on set, but has potential to be opened up or restored.
10' 0'' x 8' 11'' (3.05m x 2.72m) (maximum measdurements)
The kitchen has the original quarry tiled flooring, a butler sink with tiled splash back, a window to the rear garden aspect and a ceiling light fitting. There is gas provision and a gas meter. An opening leads into a pantry which has a window to the side elevation and a ceiling light fitting. From the kitchen a further door leads to the side/rear porch.
First Floor Landing
5' 11'' x 2' 11'' (1.80m x 0.89m)
The landing has a ceiling light fitting, the original picture rail and doors leading to the three bedrooms and the bathroom.
13' 11'' x 11' 11'' (4.24m x 3.63m)
This bedroom is dual aspect with a window to the to the front elevation and a further window to the side elevation. The is a ceiling light fitting, the original picture rail, original floorboards and the original fireplace with potential to restore.
11' 11'' x 10' 0'' (3.63m x 3.05m)
This bedroom has a window to the rear garden aspect, original picture rail, original floorboards, a built in storage cupboard, ceiling light fitting, and the original feature fireplace.
12' 0'' x 10' 0'' (3.65m x 3.05m) (maximum measurements)
Bedroom three has a window to the rear elevation, and a further window to the side elevation, a picture rail, ceiling light fitting, original feature fireplace, original floorboards, a built in storage cupboard and access to the loft.
12' 0'' x 5' 2'' (3.65m x 1.57m)
The bathroom is fitted with a cast iron bath, a high level cistern WC and a wall hung period style ceramic sink with tiled splash back. There is an obscured window to the front aspect, partial vinyl flooring, a ceiling light fitting and a built in cupboard which houses the immersion tank.
There is a front concrete pathway which leads to the storm canopy over the front door, and then continues down the side of the property leading to the rear garden. The front garden is predominantly enclosed with hedgerow and shrub boundaries. There is a levelled front lawn and a pathway that continues across the front of the property down the opposite side. To the side of the property there is a former garage which is now in disrepair. Also to the side is the storm porch which leads to the side kitchen door.
The rear garden is enclosed with mature trees, plants and shrubs, has a levelled lawn and outbuildings consisting of a former outside WC and two stores, one of which would have been a former coal house. Gated access leads into the main plot. The main plot is currently overgrown but offers huge potential, subject to planning and building regulations, for the option of a further dwelling or substantial extension to this fantastic property. The plot is measured at approximately 1/2 an acre (subject to survey).
The property is in Band C.