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GUIDE PRICE: £100,000 to £110,000. A traditional three bedroom terraced home situated a short distance from Newark town centre. In addition to the three bedrooms, the property has two well proportioned reception rooms, a fitted kitchen and a ground floor bathroom. The property is double glazed and gas centrally heated. NO ONWARD CHAIN.
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.
The front door leads directly into the lounge.
This well proportioned reception room has a window to the front elevation and a door leading into the inner hallway. The lounge has a feature fireplace (closed off), wood laminate flooring, a ceiling light point and a radiator.
The inner hallway has the staircase rising to the first floor and a door opening through into the dining room.
This equally well proportioned second reception room has a window to the rear elevation and a door opening through into the kitchen. There is a large and useful storage cupboard accessed from the dining room and sited beneath the staircase. The dining room also has wood laminate flooring, a ceiling light point and a radiator.
The kitchen has a window to the side elevation and 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, a small integrated breakfast bar, and space for a free standing cooker. The kitchen has part ceramic wall tiling and a ceiling light point. The central heating boiler is located in the kitchen. A door provides access to the rear hallway/utility area.
The rear hallway/utility area has a half glazed door leading out to the rear of the property, and a further door into the ground floor bathroom. This area has a ceiling light point and space and plumbing for a washing machine.
The bathroom has an opaque window to the rear elevation and is fitted with a white suite comprising bath with electric shower above, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. The bathroom also has ceramic wall tiling, a ceiling light point and a radiator.
As previously mentioned, the staircase rises from the inner hallway to the first floor landing which provides access to bedrooms one and two (access to bedroom three is via bedroom two). The landing has a ceiling light point.
An excellent sized double bedroom with a window to the front elevation. This room has a useful wardrobe recess which is sited above the staircase, stripped and painted floorboards, a ceiling light point, a wall light point (not connected), and a radiator.
A further excellent sized double bedroom with a window to the rear elevation, stripped and painted floorboards, both ceiling and wall light points, and a radiator. From bedroom two a door leads into bedroom three.
A good sized third bedroom with a window to the rear elevation, stripped and painted floorboards, a ceiling light point and a radiator. This room would serve equally well as a home office/study or nursery.
To the rear is small enclosed garden which has gated access via a shared passageway back around to Pelham Street.
The property is in Band A.