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295,000

Church Street, Sutton-On-Trent, Newark

Features

  • *Detached Five Bedroomed House
  • *Three Spacious Reception Rooms
  • *Family Sized Dining Kitchen
  • *Utility Room, Cloaks and Conservatory
  • *Two Workshops and Outside Office
  • *Well Maintained and Re-Roofed
  • *Propane Gas Heating and New Boiler
  • *Area 0.2 Acre or there
  • *EPC Rating G

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*Detached Five Bedroomed House
*Three Spacious Reception Rooms
*Family Sized Dining Kitchen
*Utility Room, Cloaks and Conservatory
*Two Workshops and Outside Office
*Well Maintained and Re-Roofed
*Propane Gas Heating and New Boiler
*Area 0.2 Acre or thereabouts
*EPC Rating G

Kent House is a 5 bedroomed family home situated opposite to the church and within the Sutton on Trent conservation area, which is also very private and not overlooked. The property offers family sized accommodation with workshops and a plot extending to 0.2 acre or thereabouts. Well maintained and nicely decorated throughout, the property has been re-roofed and modernised. The central heating boiler is a recent installation, the windows are dark stained UPVC and double glazed throughout. The property has street frontage with double doors opening to a car port at the side of the house.

The accommodation provides on the ground floor a lounge, separate dining room, sitting room, family sized dining kitchen, utility room and conservatory. A quaint and original winding staircase leads to the first floor landing with three double size bedrooms, a box room and the family bathroom. The staircase continues to the second floor with a landing, bedrooms four and five. Outside there is a carport, a sectional concrete garage, two brick and block constructed workshops and a centrally heated office. The garden features lawned areas, raised beds, a water feature, garden shed, mower shed and greenhouse.

Sutton on Trent has a good range of local amenities including a primary school closeby to the property, Co-operative store, butchers shop, library, two hairdressers, a medical centre, The Lord Nelson pub and restaurant and regular bus services which serve Newark, Lincoln and the surrounding villages. The property is within the designated village conservation area with a pleasant front aspect. The village is situated 8 miles north of Newark, within 2 miles there are access points north and south to the A1 trunk road. Fast trains are available from Newark Northgate Station connecting to London Kings Cross with journey times of just over 75 minutes.

The property is constructed of rendered brick elevations under a pantiled roof. The main two storey part of the house was re-roofed approximately 10 years ago and the back part of the house re-roofed approximately 4 years ago. The house offers considerable character and charm. Upstairs there are pine ledged and braced doors. There are exposed oak beams and the winding staircase is a particular feature of the property, the original part of which probably dates back to the 19th century.

The following accommodation is provided:

GROUND FLOOR

FRONT PORCH
With UPVC entrance door, entrance hall and 'L' shaped hall with display shelving. A oak beamed opening, radiator and staircase.

LOUNGE (3.96m x 3.96m (13' x 13'))
A pleasant room at the front of the house with an aspect of the church. Double panelled radiator, sliding door to the hall.

DINING ROOM (4.04m x 3.73m (13'3" x 12'3"))
With chimney breast reveal, window to the front elevation, double panelled radiator and sliding door to the hall.

SITTING ROOM (4.04m x 4.04m (13'3" x 13'3"))
A useful sitting room or family room with brick faced chimney breast, indoor window to the conservatory and radiator.

CLOAKROOM/SHOWER ROOM (2.51m x 1.63m (8'3" x 5'4"))
With shower cubicle, electric shower, basin, close coupled WC, tiled floor, tiled walls, extractor and shaver point.

DINING KITCHEN (6.20m x 3.45m (20'4" x 11'4"))
With fitted wall units, base units, working surfaces and stainless steel sink unit with drainer. Integrated electric hob and oven. There are concealed downlights, a fanlight unit and plumbing for a dishwasher. This family sized kitchen has space for a table for six. There is a brick wall feature and ceiling beam.

FURTHER VIEW OF DINING KITCHEN

LOBBY
With tiled floor and panelled walls.

UTILITY ROOM (2.64m x 2.24m (8'8" x 7'4"))
With working surface, basin, base cupboards, radiator, ceramic tiled floor. Worcester propane gas central heating boiler (installed just over 3 years ago).

CONSERVATORY (3.58m x 2.34m (11'9" x 7'8"))
Constructed on a brick base with double glazed windows and a polycarbonate roof. Radiator, ceramic tiled floor and door to the garden.

FIRST FLOOR
The winding staircase features turned newel posts and square balustrades.

LANDING
With ledged and braced pine doors off.

BEDROOM ONE (3.94m x 3.94m (12'11" x 12'11"))
A double size bedroom at the front of the house with an aspect of the church. Fitted wardrobes, wall cupboards, dressing table unit. Oak beam exposed in the ceiling, radiator.

BEDROOM TWO (3.96m x 3.84m (13' x 12'7"))
With radiator. A double size front bedroom.

BEDROOM THREE (3.91m x 2.74m (12'10" x 9'))
A double sized bedroom, fitted shelving in the recess and radiator.

BOX ROOM (2.90m x 0.99m (9'6" x 3'3"))

BATHROOM (2.72m x 2.64m (8'11" x 8'8"))
With bath, pedestal basin, low suite WC, shower cubicle with electric shower, fully tiled walls and radiator.

SECOND FLOOR
The winding staircase continues to the second floor with a roof light in the stairwell area.

LANDING
With storage space and old pine doors with latches.

There are two second floor bedrooms both centrally heated, not used in recent years and requiring re-decoration

BEDROOM FOUR (3.99m x 3.45m (13'1" x 11'4"))
With UPVC double glazed gable window, radiator, oak roof purlins exposed.

BEDROOM FIVE (3.78m x 3.53m (12'5" x 11'7"))
With UPVC double glazed gable window, oak roof purlins exposed and double panelled radiator.

OUTSIDE
Double doors from the street give access to the carport which is constructed with a perspex roof and has a tarmacadam base. There are double doors to a side area with slate chippings.

GARAGE (5.49mx 2.74m (18'x 9'))
A detached sectional concrete garage with electricity connected.

SMALL GENERATOR ROOM
(The generator may be purchased if required)

WORKSHOP ONE (4.57m x 2.67m (15' x 8'9"))
Brick and block construction under a mono-pitched corrugated roof. Double power point and florescent lights.

WORKSHOP TWO (5.00m x 3.63m (16'5" x 11'11"))
Constructed with brick and block elevations, a pitched pan-tiled roof and a loft storage area. Powerpoints and lights.

OFFICE (3.48m x 1.52m (11'5" x 5'))
With florescent lights and central heating radiator.

GARDEN
Enclosed garden contains a lawned area, raised beds and a water feature. There is a greenhouse, garden shed, mower shed and vegetable garden area with an adjacent storage compound. The narrow passageway forms part of the freehold interest subject to a right of way in favour of the neighbouring cottage.

SERVICES
Mains water, electricity and drainage are all connected to the property.

TENURE
The property is freehold.

POSSESSION
Vacant possession will be given on completion.

MORTGAGE
Mortgage advice is available through our Mortgage Adviser. Your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other loan secured on it.

VIEWING
Strictly by appointment with the selling agents.

Viewing
Please contact our Newark Office on 01636 611811 if you wish to arrange a viewing appointment for this property or require further information.

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