A unique opportunity to purchase a Victorian residence in excellent condition, with original and reclaimed features. Built in 1882, with historical significance to the Gilstrap family, "The Hollies" sits in a secluded location screened by mature trees, privately tucked away off Winthorpe Road. The tree lined driveway leads to a parking area, with parking for 2 vehicles. Entrance to the property is gained through a part walled private gated courtyard with established roses. Accommodation consists of dining kitchen, dual aspect lounge with original marble surround fireplace, inner hallway/study with parquet flooring, ground floor cloak room, and stairs leading to three well proportioned bedrooms and a bathroom. "The Hollies" boasts many traditional features such as period light fittings, restored coving, reclaimed flooring, original sash windows, original fireplaces in the master bedroom and lounge, and reclaimed radiators on the ground floor. The property is centrally heated via a 2018 Worcester-Bosch gas combi boiler. Highly benefiting from its location, there is easy access into Newark town centre, Newark North Gate train station, and also ease of access to the A1 and A46.
The property sits some distance back from Winthorpe Road and is accessed via a sweeping tree lined driveway. In addition to the private part walled courtyard garden, there is a lawned front garden with a futher wooded area, hosting a number of mature trees and shrubs stretching back to the roadside.
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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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