Three-bed 1930s-built house in Newark on the market for £325,000
A detached 1930s-built house on Kelham Road, Newark, is on the market with Richard Watkinson and Partners for £325,000.
The property has three bedrooms, secluded garden, and is within a few minutes walking distance of Newark town centre.
Internally, there are the original solid panelled 1930s doors of great character.
There is potential to convert the attached garage, subject to planning permission and building regulations, and the exceptionally large main bedroom would divide into two bedrooms with the potential therefore of making this a four-bedroom house.
The house is approached by a long driveway with parking for four or five cars.
The reception hall has solid oak flooring, delph rack, and understairs cupboard.
Downstairs is the 20ft lounge, bay-windowed dining room, kitchen and conservatory, which has French doors out on to the rear garden.
There is a range of wall and base units in the kitchen with integrated electric cooker and electric hob with touch controls.
A wide and easy dog-leg staircase leads to the galleried landing upstairs.
The large main bedroom is dual aspect.
There are a further two bedrooms and a family bathroom featuring a bath with chrome shower attachment, basin and low suite wc.
Outside, there is a secluded rear garden.
The main entrance is accessed from Kelham Road where gates give access to a driveway and front garden area.
The property has a return frontage to Sandhills Park with double entrance gates and access to the garage and rear parking area.