Situation and Amenities
Balderton is located approximately three miles to the south of the market town of Newark on Trent. Local amenities include a post office, pharmacy, supermarkets including Lidl, Tesco and Sainsburys, a Health Centre, well respected schools and regular bus services to Newark town centre. The location is in close proximity of Route 64 of the National Cycle Network which runs from Market Harborough to Lincoln. 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. 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 hallway has the staircase rising to the first floor where the accommodation is located. The hallway has a ceiling light point.
16' 1'' x 9' 4'' (4.90m x 2.84m) (at widest points)
This nicely proportioned reception room has a window to the rear elevation and doors leading into the inner hallway and the bedroom. The lounge/diner is of sufficient size to accommodate both lounge and dining room furniture, and has an electric panel heater and a ceiling light point.
The inner hallway provides access to the kitchen and the bathroom. The airing cupboard with hot water tank is located in the inner hallway, as is access to the loft space.
10' 0'' x 5' 7'' (3.05m x 1.70m)
The kitchen has a window to the rear elevation and is fitted with an excellent range of base and wall units, with complementing roll top work surfaces and tiled splash backs. There is a stainless steel sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine, space for a free standing electric cooker and further space for a fridge/freezer. The kitchen has wood laminate flooring and a ceiling light point.
5' 9'' x 5' 7'' (1.75m x 1.70m)
The bathroom has an opaque window to the side elevation and is fitted with a white suite comprising bath with electric shower above, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. The bathroom is complemented with part ceramic tiling to the walls. In addition there is a ceiling light point and an electric towel rail.
12' 0'' x 10' 8'' (3.65m x 3.25m)
An excellent sized double bedroom with a window to the front elevation overlooking the garden and parking. There is a large double width fitted wardrobe which is sited above the staircase. The bedroom has a ceiling light point and an electric panel heater. Further access to the loft space is obtained from here.
A particular feature of this property is the excellent sized garden which is fully enclosed and hard landscaped for ease of maintenance. There is a sizeable patio area which provides an ideal outdoor seating and entertaining space. The timber summerhouse is included within the sale. Situated in the garden adjacent to the front door is a useful storage shed. The property has one allocated parking space.
The tenure of the property is leasehold on a 120 year lease from 1 January 1981. We have been informed by the vendor that there is a current ground rent of approximately £25 per annum, and a current service charge of approximately £439.36 per annum.
The property is in Band A.