Situation and Amenities
The historic market town of Newark on Trent boasts amenities including the Palace Theatre, bowling alley and cinema. There are excellent shopping facilities in the town including major retail chains and supermarkets including Waitrose. For the commuter the A1 trunk road offers easy access to the north and south of the country. There is a DIRECT LINE RAIL LINK FROM NEWARK NORTHGATE STATION TO LONDON KINGS CROSS WHICH TAKES FROM AROUND 80 MINUTES.
Upon entering the front door, this leads into:
The entrance hallway has the staircase rising to the first floor and doors leading into the lounge and the kitchen. The hallway has wood laminate flooring, a ceiling light point and a radiator.
14' 7'' x 13' 5'' (4.44m x 4.09m) (at widest points)
This good sized and well proportioned reception room has a bay window to the front elevation and a folding door providing access into the dining room. The focal point of the lounge is the feature fireplace with log burning stove inset and sat on a tiled hearth. The lounge also has a ceiling light point and a radiator.
9' 0'' x 7' 7'' (2.74m x 2.31m)
The dining room has a large opening into the conservatory, a door into the kitchen and a ceiling light point.
12' 0'' x 7' 10'' (3.65m x 2.39m)
This excellent sized conservatory has dual aspect windows to the rear and side elevations, a further high level window to the alternate side and French doors into the rear garden. The conservatory has a glass roof and provides an additional reception area.
11' 10'' x 10' 2'' (3.60m x 3.10m)
The kitchen has a window to the rear elevation, a half glazed door leading out to the side of the property and, as previously mentioned, a door into the hallway. The kitchen is fitted with a range of base and wall units with contrasting roll top work surfaces. There is a stainless steel sink, an integrated oven with induction hob, slim-line dishwasher, space and plumbing for a washing machine and further space for a vertical fridge/freezer. The kitchen has a ceramic tiled floor and recessed ceiling spotlights. The central heating boiler is located within the kitchen.
First Floor Landing
The staircase rises from the entrance hallway to the first floor landing which has a window to the side elevation and doors into the three bedrooms and the bathroom. The landing has a useful storage cupboard, a ceiling light point and a radiator. Access to the loft space is obtained from here.
12' 9'' x 11' 1'' (3.88m x 3.38m) (plus door recess)
An excellent sized double bedroom with a window to the rear elevation, a ceiling light point and a radiator.
11' 3'' x 9' 10'' (3.43m x 2.99m) (plus door recess and excluding bay window)
Bedroom two is also a good sized double and has a bay window to the front elevation, a ceiling light point and a radiator.
9' 6'' x 6' 10'' (2.89m x 2.08m)
A single bedroom with a window to the front elevation, a ceiling light point and a radiator.
7' 11'' x 5' 5'' (2.41m x 1.65m)
The bathroom has dual aspect windows to the rear and side elevation and is fitted with a white suite comprising spa bath with mains shower above, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. The bathroom has ceramic wall tiling, recessed ceiling spotlights and a radiator.
To the front of the property is an enclosed lawned garden and a footpath leading to the front door. Adjacent to this, accessed via a wooden gate, is the driveway which provides off road parking for several vehicles and in turn leads down the side of the property to the rear where there is further gated access to the rear garden.
The rear garden is of an excellent size, is fully enclosed and laid primarily to lawn. The garden is edged with borders containing a variety of mature shrubs, plants and trees. There are two distinctive patio areas. Included within the sale is the large timber workshop.
25' 8'' x 14' 0'' (7.82m x 4.26m)
The workshop has windows to the side and rear elevations, two opening doors to the front and a pedestrian door to the side. This fabulous workshop is equipped with both power and lighting.
The property has the additional benefit of having owned solar panels which provide subsidised electricity and an income from the Government feed-in tariff of approximately £400.00 per annum. This information has been provided by the vendor and has not been verified by the agent.
Please be advised this is a non-standard construction also known as Wimpey 'no fines'. This was a successful building technique utilised several years ago whereby properties were constructed using concrete as the principal material as opposed to traditional block and brick.
The property is in Band A.