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GUIDE PRICE: £325,000 to £350,000. A substantial period semi detached property standing in superb grounds on a good sized plot in the Conservation Area of Collingham. The property has two large reception rooms, a garden room, fitted kitchen, cloakroom, three bedrooms and a first floor bathroom. There is a detached two storey triple garage building which was formerly the stable block. This residence is in need of modernisation and both the house and garage offer considerable potential, subject to appropriate planning consents. NO CHAIN.
Collingham is a vibrant village situated approximately 6 miles from the historic market town of Newark on Trent, with a vast range of amenities. There is an excellent primary school, medical centre, dentist, library and a good range of local shops. There are public houses in the village that provide good food, and a variety of social clubs and organisations. Conveniently situated for access to the A46 for commuting to Lincoln, the A1 and Newark, the latter having a direct rail link to London Kings Cross (approximately 80 minutes). Collingham also has its own railway station with frequent trains to Lincoln, Newark and Nottingham.
Upon entering the front door, this leads into:
The entrance porch has a window to the front elevation and further windows looking through into the hallway and larder. There is also a glazed door providing access into the hallway. The porch has a wall light point.
The long entrance hallway has the staircase rising to the first floor and doors leading into the lounge, the dining room and the kitchen. The hallway itself has a lofty ceiling complemented with moulded cornice, together with two ceiling light points. In addition there are two radiators installed.
The kitchen has a window to the side elevation, a stable door leading through into the dining room and a doorway into the rear hallway. The kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of wooden base and wall units, with roll top work surfaces and tiled splash backs. There is a one and a half bowl sink, an integrated oven, and an integrated electric hob with extractor hood above. The kitchen has space and plumbing for a dishwasher or washing machine. The kitchen has cornice to the ceiling and a central ceiling strip light. The central heating boiler is located in the kitchen.
The rear hallway has doors into the ground floor cloakroom and the larder/storage cupboard. There is also a stable door that leads into the garden room, and a ceiling light point.
The cloakroom has an opaque window to the front elevation and is fitted with a vanity unit with wash hand basin inset and storage beneath, and a WC. The room has a ceiling light point.
The garden room is formed within an extended part of the building and has windows to the side elevation looking towards the garden, further windows looking out onto the patio and garden beyond, and French doors leading out onto the patio and garden. This room has plumbing for a washing machine, a ceiling light and wall light points.
This superb size and well proportioned reception room has two windows to the side elevation. The focal point of the dining room is the fireplace with living flame gas fire inset, and to one side of the chimney breast are original feature cupboards. The dining room has a lofty ceiling, a picture rail, a ceiling light point, wall light points and a radiator.
This exceptionally large and well proportioned reception room has a bay window to the rear elevation and a further window to the side making the room particularly bright and airy. The delightful lounge is also complemented with a feature fireplace with living flame gas fire inset, a lofty ceiling, wood parquet flooring, cornice to the ceiling and a picture rail. The lounge has a ceiling light point, wall light points and two radiators.
As previously mentioned, the staircase rises from the entrance hallway to the first floor landing which has doors into the three bedrooms and the bathroom. The landing has a window facing towards the front elevation with window seat beneath, and two ceiling light points. Access to the loft space is obtained from here.
This extraordinarily large double bedroom has dual aspect windows to the rear and side elevations and is fitted with a vanity unit which is located to one side of the chimney breast, with a wash hand basin inset and storage beneath. The bedroom also has a lofty ceiling with picture rail, two ceiling light points and a radiator. We have been informed by the vendors that there is a fireplace in this room (currently boarded up), which is still open to the chimney and features a period tiled hearth.
A further large double bedroom, with a window to the side elevation overlooking the gardens. This bedroom also has a vanity unit located to one side of the chimney breast, with a wash hand basin inset and storage beneath. There are fitted wardrobes located to the alternative side of the chimney breast. Bedroom two also has a lofty ceiling, two ceiling light points and a radiator.
Bedroom three has a window to the side elevation, a small storage cupboard which is located to one side of the chimney breast, and further wall mounted cupboards. This room also has a lofty ceiling, a ceiling light point and a radiator.
The bathroom has a window to the front elevation and is fitted with a white suite comprising bath with shower mixer tap attachment, pedestal wash hand basin, WC and bidet. The bathroom has cornice to the ceiling, a ceiling light point, a wall mounted heater and a radiator. The airing cupboard is located in the bathroom.
This property stands on a superb and substantial plot and is approached via a gravelled driveway which sweeps up and behind the triple garage building. There is ample off road parking for numerous vehicles and an additional vehicle access to Swinderby Road. A footpath leads up to the front door. To the side of the property is a sizeable lawned garden which contains a vast array of mature shrubs, plants and trees and enjoys a high degree of privacy. There is a patio area adjacent to the French doors from the garden room. A footpath leads along the side and to the rear of the property where there is a further expansive lawned garden bounded by mature hedgerow and once again containing a selection of shrubs, plants and trees. Located within the grounds is a garden shed.
The two storey garage building was a former stable block, and subject to the appropriate planning consents, offers great scope for further development. On the ground floor there are three distinctive garages.
Garage one has twin wooden doors to the front elevation and is equipped with power and lighting.
This garage also has twin wooden doors to the front elevation and is equipped with power and lighting.
As with the other two garages, there are twin wooden doors to the front elevation and power and lighting are connected.
An external staircase (in need of repair or replacement) located to the side of the building leads to the first floor where a door provides access to the first floor accommodation. The first floor is sub divided into two rooms, both of which are currently utilised as a storage facility, but as previously mentioned may offer further development potential, subject to the necessary planning consents being obtained.
This room has two windows to the front elevation and is equipped with power and lighting. A further door leads into room two.
This second room has power and lighting connected.
The property is in Band D.