Newark-on-Trent boasts one of the finest Georgian market squares in the UK and has many wonderful places to stay. It is a market town steeped in history with a dramatic castle and two museums. Oliver Cromwell fought battles against the Royalists just outside Newark and King John was poisoned and died at the Castle. Newark has a year-long programme of events – from Continental Markets, Jazz & Food Festivals and Carnivals to Civil War re-enactments. There is a large selection of independent retailers and high street stores offering an eclectic mix of goods and services. Many of the shops face onto the historic market place which has regular open air markets. Newark is ideally placed for commuter links with the A46 to Nottingham and Lincoln, and the A1 for travel North and South. In addition, Newark Northgate Railway Station is on the East Coast mainline and regular trains to London take approximately 80 minutes.
Upon entering the front door, this leads into:
The entrance vestibule provides a useful storage space and has wood laminate flooring, cornice to the ceiling and a ceiling light point. A further door leads into the entrance hallway.
The L-shaped entrance hallway has doors to the lounge, the bedroom and the bathroom. In addition to having lofty ceilings with cornice, the hallway has a feature brick archway and laminate flooring.
20' 11'' x 12' 11'' (6.37m x 3.93m)
This extremely large reception room has a window to the side elevation and is once again enhanced with lofty ceilings with cornice. The lounge also has two ceiling light points, a radiator, and the same wood laminate flooring that flows through from the hallway and continues through to the breakfast kitchen.
16' 6'' x 13' 1'' (5.03m x 3.98m)
This excellent sized breakfast kitchen has two windows to the side elevation and is fitted with a good range of base and wall units, including display cabinets, with contrasting roll top work surfaces and matching splash backs. There is a sink, and integrated appliances include an oven with gas hob and extractor hood above, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The breakfast kitchen is of sufficient size to comfortably accommodate a dining table, and once again has a lofty ceiling with cornice, two ceiling light points, a radiator and wood laminate flooring. The gas boiler is also housed in the breakfast kitchen.
8' 10'' x 5' 6'' (2.69m x 1.68m)
The bathroom is fitted with a white suite comprising bath with electric shower above, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. The bathroom is complemented with ceramic wall and floor tiling. In addition there is a ceiling light point, an extractor fan and a heated towel rail.
16' 9'' x 8' 11'' (5.10m x 2.72m)
This superb sized double bedroom has a window to the side elevation and is fitted with a range of bedroom furniture including double wardrobes with overhead pelmet lighting. This room also has a lofty ceiling with cornice, two ceiling light points and a radiator.
There is communal parking for three vehicles.
The lease is 999 years from 1 September 2001. We have been advised that there is no ground rent as all apartments own a share of the landlord management company, and charges are agreed between the five owners as they arise. We have also been informed that it is the leaseholder's responsibility to pay 20% of the annual buildings insurance, and for the year 2017/2018 this was approximately £240.00. This information has not been verified by the agent, and prospective purchasers should get their legal representative to check the information.
The property is in Band A.