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Pemberley House is a Grade II listed four-storey home close to Newark town centre.

A Georgian town house that has been beautifully restored is for sale with Newton Fallowell, of Newark, for £325,000.

Pemberley House, on Princes Street, Newark, is a Grade II listed four-storey home close to the town centre.

This extremely well-proportioned family home provides a versatile layout that has been sympathetically restored.

It includes many original and character features combined with a stylish contemporary finish.

The accommodation includes a hall with Minton tiled flooring.

This leads into a formal dual-aspect dining room with a feature marble fireplace, a lounge with inset log burner, and a spacious breakfast room with skylights and cooking range, with open access into a fitted kitchen and a separate utility room with ground floor wc.

The ground floor also provides access to a cellar with a large store, separate modern shower room and a superb vaulted games room or additional living room with exposed quarry tiled flooring that provides a fully-usable living space all year round.

The first floor has two double bedrooms, one with a re-fitted en-suite shower room. The bathroom has a roll-top bath and Victorian-style wc.

The second floor has a large master bedroom with a marble-effect en-suite shower room. There is a further double bedroom with parquet flooring.

Outside, there is a well-maintained and walled garden with access to a secure carport and detached garage.


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