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Under offer

Spring Gardens, Newark, NG24

2 bedroom house in Newark

£205,000

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  • Charming Victorian Terrace  |  Two Bed With Potential For Three  |  Converted Cellar  |  Attached Garage  |  Further Private Parking  |  Low Maintenance Rear Garden  |  A Wealth Of Character  |  Walking Distance Of Newark Town Centre  |  EPC Rating D  |  Call Now To Arrange Your Viewing

Winkworth are delighted to bring to the market this stunning example of Victorian terraced housing. Situated only a short walk away from Newark Town centre and its many amenities this property gives new owners a beautifully kept home with many character features retained with the added benefits of an attached garage and private, secure parking. A converted cellar offers fantastic potential to create a third bedroom or can continue in its current use as a third reception room. EPC Rating D

The property begins with a wooden door to the front aspect leading into the large entrance hall, typical of this era of building, with stairs off to the first floor as well as the cellar and doors to both reception rooms and the kitchen. The front reception room is used as a comfortable lounge area with a cast iron fireplace and timber surround providing a pleasant focal point as well as a place to sit around a roaring fire in colder months. The second reception room acts as a dining space but could be joined up to the lounge to create a larger reception area depending on a new buyers’ tastes (subject to the relevant planning and building regulations). This room is typically darker in similar properties but French doors leading onto the garden allow a flood of light into the space rendering it usable throughout the day. The kitchen is a jump into the modern with a clever nod to the heritage of the building through the use of faux Minton tiles. Base and wall units sit above and underneath worksurfaces with space and plumbing for a dishwasher, automatic washing machine and five ring gas powered range cooker. An inset sink is placed in front of the double-glazed window looking out to the garden again making the space feel bright and airy. A door off from here leads to the internal hall from which the garage, the garden and the downstairs toilet can be found.

At basement level two spaces have been created, one a simple store room, an ever-useful space, and the other a large reception area with a double-glazed window to the front aspect and wall mounted electric heater, wall mounted radiator and fitted cupboards along a feature exposed brick wall.

The first-floor landing has doors off to the two bedrooms and the bathroom as well as a storage cupboard over the stairs that many similar properties utilise to begin a staircase into the generous loft space (subject to planning permissions etc). The front bedroom has extensive fitted wardrobes to two sides with one housing a built-in dressing table, fitted wall lights by the bed and a double-glazed window (with stained glass style decal to tie in with the period of the home). As with most of the rooms this bedroom has been lovingly decorated with the Victorian era in mind and has a lovely feel to it. The 2nd bedroom also contains a fitted wardrobe and window with stained glass decal this time to the rear aspect. The bathroom to this level is a modern and well spaced out four-piece suite including low level flush w/c, toilet, corner shower cubicle and a panelled bath.

To the rear a low maintenance paved area has gravelled borders leading to the end of the garden where a covered carport sits between an electric roller door and the up and over door to the garage.

NB Draft details awaiting vendor approval

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Winkworth are delighted to bring to the market this stunning example of Victorian terraced housing. Situated only a short walk away from Newark Town centre and its many amenities this property gives new owners a beautifully kept home with many character features retained with the added benefits of an attached garage and private, secure parking. A converted cellar offers fantastic potential to create a third bedroom or can continue in its current use as a third reception room. EPC Rating D

The property begins with a wooden door to the front aspect leading into the large entrance hall, typical of this era of building, with stairs off to the first floor as well as the cellar and doors to both reception rooms and the kitchen. The front reception room is used as a comfortable lounge area with a cast iron fireplace and timber surround providing a pleasant focal point as well as a place to sit around a roaring fire in colder months. The second reception room acts as a dining space but could be joined up to the lounge to create a larger reception area depending on a new buyers’ tastes (subject to the relevant planning and building regulations). This room is typically darker in similar properties but French doors leading onto the garden allow a flood of light into the space rendering it usable throughout the day. The kitchen is a jump into the modern with a clever nod to the heritage of the building through the use of faux Minton tiles. Base and wall units sit above and underneath worksurfaces with space and plumbing for a dishwasher, automatic washing machine and five ring gas powered range cooker. An inset sink is placed in front of the double-glazed window looking out to the garden again making the space feel bright and airy. A door off from here leads to the internal hall from which the garage, the garden and the downstairs toilet can be found.

At basement level two spaces have been created, one a simple store room, an ever-useful space, and the other a large reception area with a double-glazed window to the front aspect and wall mounted electric heater, wall mounted radiator and fitted cupboards along a feature exposed brick wall.

The first-floor landing has doors off to the two bedrooms and the bathroom as well as a storage cupboard over the stairs that many similar properties utilise to begin a staircase into the generous loft space (subject to planning permissions etc). The front bedroom has extensive fitted wardrobes to two sides with one housing a built-in dressing table, fitted wall lights by the bed and a double-glazed window (with stained glass style decal to tie in with the period of the home). As with most of the rooms this bedroom has been lovingly decorated with the Victorian era in mind and has a lovely feel to it. The 2nd bedroom also contains a fitted wardrobe and window with stained glass decal this time to the rear aspect. The bathroom to this level is a modern and well spaced out four-piece suite including low level flush w/c, toilet, corner shower cubicle and a panelled bath.

To the rear a low maintenance paved area has gravelled borders leading to the end of the garden where a covered carport sits between an electric roller door and the up and over door to the garage.

NB Draft details awaiting vendor approval

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