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325,000

High Street, Collingham, Newark

Features

  • Grade II Listed Village House
  • 3 Bedrooms / Plus 1 bed Annex
  • 2 Spacious Reception Rooms
  • Family Bathroom & Master En-Suite
  • Self-Contained Annex Accommodation
  • Barn/Garage
  • Wash House & Walled Garden
  • Gas Central Heating
  • Exceptionally Good Village Amenities
  • EPC Exempt

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* Grade II Listed Village House
* 4 Bedrooms Including The Annex
* 2 Spacious Reception Rooms
* Family Bathroom & Master En-Suite
* Self-Contained Annex Accommodation
* Barn/Garage
* Wash House & Walled Garden
* Gas Central Heating
* Exceptionally Good Village Amenities

A village house of immense charm and character dating from the 18th Century and Grade II Listed. The intriguing and fascinating accommodation with beamed ceiling, exposed timbers, winding staircases, nooks and crannies, is indeed quite unusual whilst the rooms are surprisingly spacious and adaptable for a modern lifestyle. The property provides a tarmacadam parking forecourt, a traditional barn providing garage facilities, a self-contained annex, archway and walled garden. Central heating is gas fired and the house is mostly double glazed with the exception of the Yorkshire slider windows. This location is most convenient for the excellent amenities provided in Collingham village.

The house was sympathetically restored around 1990 and at that time an extension was built in reclaimed brick. An outbuilding has since been restored and converted to provide self-contained annex accommodation. The accommodation provides on the ground floor a reception hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, lobby, bathroom and basement room. A winding staircase from the main hall leads to the first floor master bedroom and en-suite and the staircase continues to a second floor double sized bedroom. A second staircase from the dining room leads to a very large first floor teenager sized bedroom.

Outside a brick and pantile range of outbuildings comprises a wash house, barn with garage doors and the self-contained annex garden room with en-suite and oak step ladder to a first floor room with Velux roof lights. The walled garden has a sunny south and west aspect.

Collingham is situated within commuting distance of Newark, Lincoln and Nottingham. Fast trains are available from Newark Northgate station with a journey time to London King's Cross of approx 75 minutes. Village amenities include a Co-op store with cafe, a medical centre, a one-stop store, a primary school and pre-school, butchers, hairdressers, two pubs, fish and chip shop and two Chinese takeaways. Local secondary schooling can be found at Tuxford, Newark and Grammar schooling at Sleaford and Grantham.

The property is constructed with red brick and part coursed blue lias stone elevations under a steep pitched pantiled roof. The basement is constructed entirely in coursed blue lias stone, restored and previously used as an office. The property is attached to no.57 High Street, a smaller house currently being restored.

The following accommodation is provided:

GROUND FLOOR

RECEPTION HALL (3.45m x 3.10m (11'4 x 10'2))
With panelled front door, heavily beamed ceiling, internal wooden door to the staircase and cupboard with electric RCD consumer unit. There is an old cast iron range fire grate with side ovens and a pine surround, not in use of course but a very interesting feature. Radiator.

SITTING ROOM (4.55m x 4.50m (14'11 x 14'9))
Excluding the timbered recess with beams and shelving. This spacious, light and airy room has a former shop window in the front elevation and also a side window in the south elevation. Open fireplace with hob type grate and pine surround. Double panelled radiator.

DINING ROOM (4.42m x 3.28m (14'6 x 10'9))
Access from the kitchen. This rather cosy room has a heavily beamed ceiling and built-in cupboard with oak doors. There is a Yorkshire slider window in the rear elevation, brick fireplace with fitted gas fire. A winding staircase leads from this room to bedroom no.3.

KITCHEN (6.53m x 1.75m (21'5 x 5'9))
With wall cupboards, base units, working surfaces incorporating a one and a half sink unit. Electric hob, electric oven and integrated refrigerator. There is an outside door and two radiators.

LOBBY
With internal doors leading through to the family bathroom.

FAMILY BATHROOM (2.72m x 2.59m (8'11 x 8'6))
With corner bath, low suite wc, pedestal basin, shower cubicle, double panelled radiator and built-in cupboard containing the hot water cylinder and immersion heater. There is access to the loft space which contains the gas fired central heating boiler (regularly serviced).

A lobby between the kitchen and the sitting room provides access with stone steps to the basement.

BASEMENT (4.55m x 4.50m (14'11 x 14'9))
Approximate measurements. With blue lias stone walls, a bitumastic floor, recessed window and plumbing for a central heating radiator. There is also the old chimney breast and fireplace.

FIRST FLOOR
A winding staircase from the main hall leads to a landing area with turned balustrades and newel posts.

BEDROOM ONE (4.70m x 4.65m (15'5 x 15'3))
With heavily beamed ceiling, brick fireplace with oak surround and hob type grate, Yorkshire slider window and double panelled radiator.

EN-SUITE (3.30m x 2.01m (10'10 x 6'7))
With bath, shower attachment, pedestal basin, low suite wc (Saniflow system), old pine doors and Yorkshire slider window. Double panelled radiator.

BEDROOM TWO (4.50m x 3.66m (14'9 x 12'0))
Approximate measurements with sloping ceiling, exposed roof rafters, double panelled radiator and single glazed gable window. There is an interesting glass screen and door between the bedroom and the landing area.

BEDROOM THREE (6.63m x 4.50m (21'9 x 14'9))
Overall measurements including the staircase area. Exposed roof timbers, built-in cupboard, loft access, dormer window in the front elevation and low level Yorkshire slider in the rear elevation with leaded lights. There is a chimney breast and old fireplace, built-in cupboard and double panelled radiator.

OUTSIDE
A brick and pantile range of outbuildings comprising:-

BARN/GARAGE (6.30m x 5.49m (20'8 x 18'))
With a high pitched roof, double front doors and personal doors. Fitted benching and roof storage area. This building has been re-roofed in recent years.

WASH HOUSE (4.37m x 2.77m (14'4 x 9'1))
With old fireplace, stainless steel sink unit, working surface and base cupboard, plumbing for a dishwasher and plumbing for a washing machine. Double panelled radiator.

ANNEX / GARDEN ROOM (4.22m x 4.19m (13'10 x 13'9))
An ideal self-contained guest suite or family teenager accommodation. This building was restored by a local builder in the late 1990's. There are centre opening French doors to the garden, an oak floor and an oak step ladder to the first floor.

EN-SUITE
With shower cubicle with electric shower, basin and low suite wc (Saniflow).

FIRST FLOOR ROOM (4.22m x 4.19m (13'10 x 13'9))
Overall measurements including the stairwell area, exposed roof timber and there are two Velux roof lights.

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

TENURE
The property is freehold. Part of bedroom 3 is a 'flying 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.

Disclaimer
Richard Watkinson endeavour to maintain accurate depictions of properties in Virtual Tours, Floor Plans and descriptions, however, these are intended only as a guide and purchasers must satisfy themselves by personal inspection.

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