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A fabulous two bedroom semi detached single storey barn conversion situated at the edge of this quiet village a short distance from Newark. The property has been extensively refurbished by the present owners and now combines a fine blend of character and contemporary living. In addition to the two double bedrooms, the property has an excellent sized lounge/diner, a FANTASTIC BREAKFAST KITCHEN and a contemporary shower room. This wonderful property also has off road parking and an enclosed garden. Double glazing and oil fired under-floor central heating are installed. Early viewing is absolutely essential.
The village of South Muskham is located approximately 1 mile from the market town of Newark on Trent. The close by village of North Muskham has an outstanding primary school, a pretty church, a riverside public house and a nature reserve. Further and more comprehensive facilities can be found in Newark where there are excellent shopping facilities including major retail chains and supermarkets including Waitrose. The A1 is easily accessible and there is a DIRECT RAIL CONNECTION FROM NEWARK NORTHGATE TO LONDON KINGS CROSS WHICH TAKES FROM AROUND 1 HOUR 20 MINUTES.
Upon entering the front door, this leads into:
The breakfast kitchen is the heart of this wonderful home, and is fitted with an excellent range of bespoke base and wall units, complemented with square edge solid wood work surfaces and matching splash backs. There is a Belfast sink, space for an American style fridge/freezer, and an integrated dishwasher. The gas fired (LPG) range cooker with extractor hood above are included within the sale. Also located within the breakfast kitchen is a central island which has an integrated breakfast bar and incorporates yet further storage. The room is of sufficient size to comfortably accommodate further occasional furniture, and is complemented with a ceramic tiled floor and recessed ceiling spotlights. From the breakfast kitchen glazed French doors provide access through to the lounge/diner. An inner hallway leads to the bedroom accommodation and a further door leads into the utility room.
The utility room has space and plumbing for both a washing machine and tumble dryer. The room has the same flooring that flows through from the kitchen, and recessed ceiling spotlights. The central heating boiler is located here.
This fabulous reception room has two windows to the front elevation overlooking the garden and driveway, and is of sufficient size to comfortably accommodate both lounge and dining room furniture. The focal point of the lounge/diner is the brick built chimney breast with space for a log burning stove (currently not installed). The lounge/diner has a high vaulted ceiling with exposed roof trusses and beams, and is further complemented with beam lighting.
The inner hallway provides access to both bedrooms and the shower room, and has the same ceramic tiled flooring that flows through from the breakfast kitchen, together with recessed ceiling spotlights. Further features include exposed timbers and exposed brick pillars.
This marvellous shower room provides a very contemporary feel to the home and has a large walk-in shower with over-sized rainwater head, a twin wash hand basin and a WC. The shower room is further complemented with ceramic wall and floor tiling, together with three storage recesses and recessed ceiling spotlights. In addition there is a vertical panel radiator.
A double bedroom with a window to the front elevation overlooking the driveway and garden. This bedroom is full of character and charm having a high vaulted ceiling with exposed roof trusses, together with a further exposed brick pillar. The room also has a ceiling light point.
Bedroom two is also a double bedroom with a window to the front elevation overlooking the driveway and garden. This room once again has character and charm with an exposed beam and brick pillar. The bedroom has recessed ceiling spotlights.
Grange Court is approached via an electrically operated gate which in turn provides access onto the driveway where there is off road parking for several vehicles. The garden itself is tastefully landscaped and comprises raised beds containing laurel bushes. There is purpose built seating within the garden together with an artificial lawn and an ornamental pond. The garden is further complemented with Indian sandstone footpaths and patio, and outdoor lighting.
The property is in Band D.