Guide Price: £130,000-£140,000. A well-maintained and delightfully positioned modern semi-detached family home, situated within the sought after 'Beacon Heights' residential area, with ease of access into Newark Town Centre and onto the A1 corridor. Boasting the unusual added benefit of a DETACHED BRICK BUILT GARAGE and GENEROUS DRIVEWAY the property's internal accommodation comprises: Entrance hall, large living room. fitted kitchen, a part brick built sun room, two DOUBLE bedrooms and a central family bathroom. Externally the property also enjoys a private and low maintenance rear garden. Further benefits include predominant uPVC double glazing, electric heating with the opportunity to change to gas due to a mains supply to the property. This is a superb opportunity to acquire a well positioned home that allows excellent scope for any purchaser to make their own mark. Marketed with NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Entrance Hall 1.47m x 1.04m (4'10 x 3'5)
Living Room 5.26m x 3.68m (17'3 x 12'1)
Fitted Kitchen 3.68m x 2.11m (12'1 x 6'11)
Sun Room 2.67m x 2.06m (8'9 x 6'9)
First Floor Landing
Bedroom 1 3.66m x 3.38m (12'0 x 11'1)
Bedroom 2 3.68m x 2.18m (12'1 x 7'2)
Bathroom 2.34m x 1.70m (7'8 x 5'7)
Single Garage 5.49m x 2.54m (18'0 x 8'4)
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected.
The property further benefits from electric heating with gas supplied to the property and predominant uPVC double glazing.
From our office on Middle Gate, proceed down and follow road right onto Stodman Street, turn right onto Castle Gate, up to mini roundabout, straight over, up to traffic lights, turn right onto Queens Road, over mini roundabout, past Police Station on the left and ambulance station on the right up to next mini roundabout, go straight over onto Sleaford Road, turn right onto Beaconhill Road, proceed up the hill and halfway up take right hand turn into Blatherwick Road and first left into Hine Avenue and No 22 will be identified by our for sale board.
Situated on the banks of the River Trent, Newark is a picturesque town steeped in history. The ruins of Newark Castle have had a huge influence on the unique character of the town. Newark on Trent has many tourist attractions and has many events taking place on the showground, one of the biggest being the famous antiques fairs attracting visitors from all over the globe. Adjacent to the showground is the Newark Air Museum which also has open days to the public. There are many well known shops, boutiques, quaint restaurants and attractions in the town with the town's market place overlooked by the Georgian Town Hall. There is a fast track railway link to London Kings Cross from Newark North gate.