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GUIDE PRICE £190,000 TO £195,000. A traditional three bedroom period property situated a short distance from Newark town centre, with the accommodation spread over three floors to include a recently converted attic bedroom. In addition to the three double bedrooms, the property has a nicely proportioned lounge, an excellent breakfast kitchen, utility room and family bathroom. The property has an enclosed garden to the rear and an off road parking space. The property is double glazed and gas centrally heated, and available for purchase with NO CHAIN.
The market town of Newark on Trent is abundant with historic features including the Castle, Church and market square. Newark also 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, as well as fine restaurants, public houses and cafes. 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 A LITTLE OVER AN HOUR.
Upon entering the front door, this leads into:
The entrance vestibule has cornice to the ceiling, a ceiling light point and a radiator. A half glazed door leads through into the welcoming hallway.
The hallway has the staircase rising to the first floor, beneath which is a door which provides access down to the cellar. Also from the hallway are doors leading into the lounge, the breakfast kitchen and the utility room. The hallway has cornice to the ceiling, wood flooring, a ceiling light point and a cast iron radiator.
A door opens from the ground floor hallway to access the staircase leading down to the cellar which is sub divided. Cellar Room One (13'9" x 12'3" at widest points) and Cellar Room Two (12'6" x 4'2" at widest points). The cellar has a radiator and lighting.
This nicely proportioned traditional reception room has a window to the front elevation. The focal point of the lounge is the feature open fireplace (not tested by the agent), and either side of the chimney breast are bespoke fitted storage cupboards. The lounge is further enhanced with a central ceiling rose and light, cornice to the ceiling and picture rail. The room also has a cast iron radiator.
This delightful breakfast kitchen has a window to the rear elevation and French doors leading out to the garden. The kitchen is fitted with a good range of base and wall units, complemented with solid wood work surfaces and matching splash backs. There is a stainless steel sink, and an integrated dishwasher and fridge. The Rangemaster electric range cooker is also included within the sale. The breakfast kitchen is of sufficient size to accommodate a dining table, and has cornice to the ceiling, a ceiling light point, recessed ceiling spotlights and a cast iron radiator.
The utility room has a window to the rear elevation and a half glazed door providing access out to the garden. The utility room is fitted with a good range of base and wall units, with roll top work surfaces and tiled splash backs. There is a stainless steel sink and an integrated freezer. The central heating boiler is housed in the utility room. The room is complemented with ceramic tiled flooring, part ceramic tiling to the walls, and recessed ceiling spotlights. There is also a radiator installed.
The staircase rises from the hallway to the first floor where there is a mezzanine level upon which the bathroom is located. The landing has a useful storage cupboard, cornice to the ceiling and a ceiling light point. The landing has doors into bedrooms one and two.
This great sized and well appointed bathroom has an opaque window to the rear elevation and is fitted with a white suite comprising a free standing roll top bath with shower mixer tap attachment, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. In addition there is a walk in shower cubicle with mains rainwater head shower fitted. The bathroom is enhanced with ceramic floor and wall tiling, together with recessed ceiling spotlights. In addition there is a shaver's socket, a heated towel rail and an extractor fan.
An extraordinarily large double bedroom with a window to the front elevation. This room has a feature ornamental fireplace (non working), cornice to the ceiling, a cast iron radiator and a ceiling light point.
Bedroom two is also a double room and has a window to the rear elevation overlooking the garden. This bedroom has an ornamental fireplace (non working), cornice to the ceiling, a cast iron radiator and a ceiling light point.
From the first floor landing the staircase continues to the second floor where bedroom three, the attic bedroom is located. This excellent loft conversion provides a further double bedroom with a dormer window to the rear elevation, storage space within the eaves and recessed ceiling spotlights. We have been informed by the vendor that there are building regulations in place for the conversion and they are at present awaiting the electrical certificate for the project to be signed off.
The rear garden is fully enclosed and laid primarily to lawn. There is a gravelled area adjacent to the rear of the property which provides an ideal outdoor seating and entertaining space. To the foot of the garden is an old brick outbuilding, next to which are wooden gates which lead onto Princes Street and provide off road parking to the rear of the property.
The property is in Band B.