3 bedroom semi-detached house
£180,000
Tolney Lane, Newark NG24
  • Three Storey Family Home
  • Three Bedrooms
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • No Upward Chain
  • Immaculate Presentation
  • Handmade Kitchen
  • Gas Powered Central Heating
  • EPC Rating D
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Winkworth are delighted to bring to the market this beautifully refurbished three storey family home located only a short walk away from Newark Town Centre with excellent access to local transport and amenities. Available to the market with no upward chain this property must be viewed to be appreciated. EPC Rating D

The property begins with a uPVC door to the side aspect leading into the kitchen/diner. This room has been remodelled to become a true hub of the home with handmade kitchen units surrounding the room with a large gas fired Aga style cooker additionally providing the home with central heating. Stripped timber doors lead into both of the reception rooms, the pantry and the stairs to the first floor. Both reception rooms are of a similar size with both unusually enjoying the benefits of very welcome log burners. The d├ęcor of the home coupled with the log burners creates a wonderfully cosy effect and it is easy to imagine spending evenings in front of a roaring fire as a family in either room. The vendor has cleverly linked one of the log burners to the central heating system as a secondary source of heat if needed (this system can be explained in full by the vendor at viewings).

The second-floor landing is a generous and bright space with ample room for a chair in front of the window to spend the day reading. Doors lead from here into two of the three bedrooms and stairs go to the second floor. The main bedroom is found to the front of the home and is of a generous size including an area ideal for dressing that also features an exposed bath area with separate toilet and sink. This format has created an expansive master suite that is versatile in its use. The smaller of the remaining bedrooms is also found on this floor and benefits from an ensuite three-piece suite shower room. The second floor begins with a landing area that has access to the loft via a hatch (that has in turn been extremely well insulated), doors to a further shower room and the last bedroom. This in turn is also of an excellent size with double glazed windows to the front and rear aspects allowing for a flood of light into the room and has access to another loft space housing the solar panel controls (the solar panels are owned outright)

Externally a courtyard area is perfect for alfresco dining and a brick-built storeroom sits between the property and the outside toilet. The property also has a carport over the private drive and a now derelict garage that needs rebuilding to be of use (currently home to the log store).