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Mill Gate, Newark, NG24

3 bedroom house in Newark

Offers in the region of £220,000 Freehold

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  • Three Bedrooms  |  Semi-Detached Home  |  Immaculately Presented  |  Extensive Rear Gardens  |  Delightful Views To The Rear  |  Walking Distance Of Newark Town Centre  |  Recently Renovated  |  Downstairs w.c & Utility  |  EPC Rating C  |  Call To View

Winkworth are delighted to bring to the market this stunningly presented semi-detached family home with pleasant river views to the rear and an exceptional rear garden pleasantly located within a conservation area close to Sconce and Devon Park. This property has undergone an extensive change by the current owner and is immaculate throughout. Benefitting from a recently created downstairs cloakroom and utility room this property is ideal on a number of levels. Call us today to arrange your viewing. EPC Rating C.

The property begins uniquely with oak stable doors to both the utility room and the main entrance hall allowing for those with muddy boots or paws to use the appropriate door. These attractive doors are found under a useful storm porch with a matching wooden support pillar. Going into the hallway, doors are found off to the sitting room and kitchen with stairs leading to the first floor. The bright sitting room has been well presented, focusing around a wood burner effect gas fire with solid oak mantel over and brick effect wallpaper completing the look. This room is perfect for cosying up in the evening due to its calming atmosphere. Going through into the kitchen/diner space enough for a good-sized table sits in front of the French doors that lead outside. The kitchen aspect comprises solid oak countertops with a range of base and wall units, inset Belfast sink with mixer tap, integral electric oven with gas hob above and extractor hood over, complimentary tiled splashbacks and a door through to the utility room. The utility room is home to further space and plumbing for appliances with solid oak worksurfaces and a secondary ceramic sink. Three Velux windows pour light onto an exposed brick wall and doors lead to the downstairs cloakroom and the rear patio.

The landing has doors off to all three bedrooms as well as the bathroom with access to the loft via a hatch. All three bedrooms are of a good size with the first two being excellent double rooms. They additionally both have built-in wardrobes and special mention must be made of the view from the rear bedroom where the full extent of the garden, the marina and the river can be appreciated in full. To the opposite aspect the picturesque street scape is equally enjoyable overlooking period homes and a one way, cobbled, road. The bathroom comprises a three-piece suite including a compact bath with electric shower over, low level flush toilet and a pedestal wash handbasin.

To the front of the home off road parking is available for one car but could easily accommodate two. To the rear the aforementioned garden begins with a patio area part sheltered by a covered pergola with curved steps down to the gently sloping garden passing by a second raised patio area (where the owner admits to spending much of her time when the sun is out). Passing by mature borders and fruit trees you will enter the second half of the garden where there is clear dedication to vegetable growth in raised beds as well as fruit bushes and fruit trees. Towards the back of the plot two timber sheds allow for ample storage.

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Winkworth are delighted to bring to the market this stunningly presented semi-detached family home with pleasant river views to the rear and an exceptional rear garden pleasantly located within a conservation area close to Sconce and Devon Park. This property has undergone an extensive change by the current owner and is immaculate throughout. Benefitting from a recently created downstairs cloakroom and utility room this property is ideal on a number of levels. Call us today to arrange your viewing. EPC Rating C.

The property begins uniquely with oak stable doors to both the utility room and the main entrance hall allowing for those with muddy boots or paws to use the appropriate door. These attractive doors are found under a useful storm porch with a matching wooden support pillar. Going into the hallway, doors are found off to the sitting room and kitchen with stairs leading to the first floor. The bright sitting room has been well presented, focusing around a wood burner effect gas fire with solid oak mantel over and brick effect wallpaper completing the look. This room is perfect for cosying up in the evening due to its calming atmosphere. Going through into the kitchen/diner space enough for a good-sized table sits in front of the French doors that lead outside. The kitchen aspect comprises solid oak countertops with a range of base and wall units, inset Belfast sink with mixer tap, integral electric oven with gas hob above and extractor hood over, complimentary tiled splashbacks and a door through to the utility room. The utility room is home to further space and plumbing for appliances with solid oak worksurfaces and a secondary ceramic sink. Three Velux windows pour light onto an exposed brick wall and doors lead to the downstairs cloakroom and the rear patio.

The landing has doors off to all three bedrooms as well as the bathroom with access to the loft via a hatch. All three bedrooms are of a good size with the first two being excellent double rooms. They additionally both have built-in wardrobes and special mention must be made of the view from the rear bedroom where the full extent of the garden, the marina and the river can be appreciated in full. To the opposite aspect the picturesque street scape is equally enjoyable overlooking period homes and a one way, cobbled, road. The bathroom comprises a three-piece suite including a compact bath with electric shower over, low level flush toilet and a pedestal wash handbasin.

To the front of the home off road parking is available for one car but could easily accommodate two. To the rear the aforementioned garden begins with a patio area part sheltered by a covered pergola with curved steps down to the gently sloping garden passing by a second raised patio area (where the owner admits to spending much of her time when the sun is out). Passing by mature borders and fruit trees you will enter the second half of the garden where there is clear dedication to vegetable growth in raised beds as well as fruit bushes and fruit trees. Towards the back of the plot two timber sheds allow for ample storage.

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Latitude: 53.073684 Longitude: -0.817872