*Grade II Listed Property * Renovation Project *Town Centre Conservation Area *Three Reception Rooms *Large Fenced and Walled Garden *Further Development Potential Read more
*Grade II Listed Property * Renovation Project *Town Centre Conservation Area *Three Reception Rooms *Large Fenced and Walled Garden *Further Development Potential
* Grade II Listed Property * Renovation Project *Town Centre Conservation Area *Three Reception Rooms *Large Fenced and Walled Garden *Further Development Potential
The property comprises a Grade II Listed three storey building forming the end house attached with an archway to adjoining terraced properties.The property is located on the junction between Castlegate, Millgate and Lombard Street, set back from the main carriageway by a paved area which slopes down away from the road to the pedestrian footpath outside the property.
The property is believed to be early 19th Century and traditionally built with brick elevations under a pan tiled and part interlocking tile roof.The property was a bakery up until the late 1960's with a shop, living accommodation and a now demolished bake house.
The property shares a side pedestrian access (Starr's Yard) with joint access to Starr's Yard, No.62 & No.64 Castle Gate.The property has a large walled and fenced rear garden with a majestic bay tree.
Newark is conveniently situated within commuting distance of Nottingham and Lincoln, there are fast trains available from Newark Northgate station with a journey time to London Kings Cross of approximately 75 minutes. There are nearby connections to the A1 and A46 dual carriageways allowing fast journey times to the major centres.Newark is a vibrant market town with a variety of amenities which include; Asda, Morrisons, Waitrose and Aldi supermarkets. There is an attractive Georgian Market Square with regular markets and a variety of niche and chain shops including Marks and Spencer. There is a range of quality cafes, bars and restaurants around the town centre including Starbucks and Costa. Newark has primary and secondary schooling of good repute and general hospital.
The accommodation briefly provides on the lower ground floor; living/dining room, kitchen, outhouse/storeroom and basement/cellar.A winding stairs leads to the upper ground floor with former sales shop, sitting room and two bedrooms.The first floor accommodation provides three bedrooms and a bathroom.We estimate the gross internal area of the property as existing 209 sq.m (2,240 sq.ft) approximately.
A pre-application enquiry has been made to Newark and Sherwood District Council.A single house is the current use and the property would seem suitable for flats, housing multiple occupation, bedsits, perhaps even office or commercial usage.Modest extension may also be possible subject to planning and listed building consent.
The property has gas fired central heating.The windows are single glazed sliding box sash, casement and Yorkshire sliders.
The following accommodation is provided :-
Lower Ground Floor -
Living Room/ Dining Room - 5.03m x 4.88m (16'6" x 16') - With old fireplace, Yorkshire slider sash window, built in cupboard, two double panelled radiators, door to a staircase and connecting door to the basement/cellar.
Kitchen - 4.88m x 4.04m (16' x 13'3") - With heavily beamed ceiling, double drainer sink unit, old range type grate and radiator. Stable door leading to the yard and garden. Connecting door to outhouse/ store room.
Outhouse/ Store Room - 4.93m x 4.52m (16'2" x 14'10") - With connecting door to the kitchen, Belfast sink and cold tap.
Basement/ Cellar - 4.57m x 2.13m (15' x 7') - Incorporating a pantry with part of the old town wall and coal house.
Winding Stairs To Upper Ground Floor -
Former Sales Shop - 5.13m x 4.65m (16'10" x 15'3") - With front door, box sash window, double panelled radiator.
Sitting Room - 4.72m x 4.34m (15'6" x 14'3") - With tiled fireplace and oak surround, two box sash windows, two double panelled radiators and connecting door leading bedroom one and two.
Bedroom One - 4.70m x 4.01m (15'5" x 13'2") - With casement window, double panelled radiator.
Bedroom Two - 4.78m x 4.27m (15'8" x 14') - With fireplace opening, double panelled radiator and casement window. ledged and braced door connecting to bedroom one.
Staircase To First Floor - With connecting door:-
First Floor Landing - With skylight and built-in cupboard containing the gas fired combination central heating boiler, also providing domestic hot water.
Bedroom Three - 3.25m x 2.74m (10'8" x 9') - With box sash window, radiator and old hob type fireplace.
Bedroom Four - 3.78m x 3.07m (12'5" x 10'1") - With box sash window, radiator and fitted cupboard.
Bedroom Five - 4.93m x 4.75m overall measurements (16'2" x 15'7" - With radiator and casement window in the rear elevation.
Bathroom - 2.13m x 1.45m (7' x 4'9") - With bath, wc, pedestal basin, radiator and Yorkshire slider window.
Outside - There is a passage and communal entrance (Starr's Yard) subject to rights of way for No.62 & No.64 Castle Gate.There is a fenced and walled garden containing a bay tree.
Rear View -
Town And Country Planning - The existing use of the property is that of a single dwelling house.Newark and Sherwood District Council have responded to a Pre-Application Enquiry for Repairs, Renovations to create an additional dwelling/flats/reinstate the shop unit and retention of land to the rear.A copy of the Pre-Application Enquiry is available for inspection at the offfices of Richard Watkinson & Partners.
Plan - An Ordnance Survey Promap is attached to these particulars.
Services - Mains water, electricity, gas 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.