Situated in one of Newark’s most iconic converted buildings in the Heart of Newark's town centre with panoramic town centre views, this second floor apartment is a short walk to both Newark train stations. The wonderful apartment oozes with charm and character, with beautifully appointed accommodation comprising of: a secure communal entrance hall with steps leading to the apartment, entrance hallway, spacious adaptable living space with vaulted ceiling, breakfast kitchen with quartz worktops and integrated appliances including fridge, freezer, washer dryer, dishwasher, two ovens, a microwave and an electric induction hob; a master bedroom with built in wardrobes and a further luxury Villeroy & Boch bathroom suite with Porcelanosa fully tiled walls and floor and underfloor heating. The property hugely benefits from its desirable location and the views are breath taking, gas central heating, and covered car parking.
FHP Properties Nottingham - 125 years from 2001
Current Ground Rent £100 per annum
Current Service Charge £233.66 per month
Current Buildings Insurance £221 per annum
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The Ossington is an iconic Newark Landmark originally built in 1882, by Lady Ossington in memory of her late husband John Dennison MP, Standing close to the river Trent and overlooking Newark Castle; the building was designed to serve as a Coffee Palace for social gatherings, lectures, dances etc without the consumption of alcohol, all profits went to support Newark Hospital. Due to its popularity and success a second Ossington Coffee Palace was constructed in Marylebone, London.
A traditional market town that benefits from its excellent location, situated just off the A1 and A46 between the cities of Nottingham and Lincoln and having 2 railway stations including Northgate Station which is on the east coast Main line offering commuters and shoppers easy access to London. The town is full of character with its bustling traditional cobbled market square and ruins of Newark castle that date back to 1123. Newark boasts a wealth of successful independent shops and boutiques, as well as a wide range of national chains. The town also offers an array of restaurants and cafes, a theatre and a multi-screen cinema. Newark is also a hub for antique enthusiasts, with its various antique shops and regular antique fairs held at the nearby Newark Showground.
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