Guide Price: £140,000-£145,000. An extremely well maintained semi-detached bungalow set within a popular residential cul-de-sac, retaining a high degree of privacy. This delightful home can be enjoyed immediately and simply must be seen internally to be fully appreciated. The property's accommodation comprises: Conservatory, entrance hall, spacious dining kitchen, large lounge, two bedrooms, with the master bedroom providing fitted wardrobes. There is also a three-piece bathroom. Externally the property has a low maintenance front, side and rear garden with access into a brick built single garage. Further benefits include uPVC double glazing and gas central heating. Marketed with NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Conservatory 3.20m x 2.46m (10'6 x 8'1)
Fitted Kitchen Diner 3.28m x 2.69m (10'9 x 8'10)
Bay Fronted Lounge 5.44m x 3.43m (17'10 x 11'3)
Master Bedroom 3.45m x 2.84m (11'4 x 9'4)
Bedroom 2 3.28m x 2.36m (10'9 x 7'9)
Bathroom 2.03m x 1.68m (6'8 x 5'6)
AGENTS NOTE - DRAFT PARTICULARS
Please note these are draft particulars awaiting final approval from the vendor, therefore the contents within may be subject to change and must not be relied upon as an entirely accurate description of the property.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract. All services and appliances have not and will not be tested.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected.
The property further benefits from uPVC double glazing and gas central heating.
From our office on Middle Gate, proceed down to the right onto Stodman Street, turn left onto Castle Gate, follow road round onto Lombard Street, through first set of pedestrian lights up to next set of lights, straight over onto London Road, at traffic lights turn right onto Bowbridge Road, up to mini roundabout, take third turning onto Carlton Road and first right into Clayton Close and No 11 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.