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6 bedroom semi-detached house

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Semi-detached house
6 bedroom
2 bathroom

Key features

  • Large Edwardian Property
  • Set Within a Garden Plot of 0.67 Acres
  • Many Original Features
  • New Boiler Fitted 2019
  • Two Large Reception Rooms
  • Village Location
  • Individual Design
  • Mature Gardens
  • UPVC Double Glazing
  • Double Garage

Property description

INTRODUCTION An historic six bedroomed family house set in a 0.67 acre private plot. This red brick Edwardian property boasts the typical large reception rooms and retains many original features including high ornate ceilings to the interior and ornate stone friezes and lintels to the exterior creating a truly impressive facade. Viewing highly recommended. NO UPWARD CHAIN. EPC rating F. 

TUXFORD Tuxford is an historical market town in the north of Nottinghamshire. Historical interests include the "village lock up" one of only four to be found in Nottinghamshire, the building holds two cells,. Tuxford Windmill is a tower windmill, built in 1820 and recent restorations allow the Windmill to be open to visitors including tearooms. Schooling can be found at the Tuxford Primary Academy and the Tuxford Secondary Academy which boasts an "outstanding" Ofsted rating. Local amenities include The Tuxford Medical Centre and a variety of shops including a local Co-op and hardware store. Close links to A1, Newark and Retford main line rail stations. 

ENTRANCE HALL A very impressive large entrance hall entered via the inset porch. The glazed entrance door with glazed side panels sits below the beautiful stained glass window. The hallway has a lovely Edwardian wide staircase which rises to the first floor. Ornate glazed ceramic tiles to the half wall. Ornate ceiling panel. Radiator. Doors to ;-  

DRAWING ROOM 22' 00" x 11' 11" (6.71m x 3.63m) A large reception room with two large box bay windows. Central feature stone fireplace housing the LPG living flame fire. Ornate ceiling, deep coving and picture rail. Radiator. TV point. 

DINING ROOM 20' 00" x 18' 02" (6.1m x 5.54m) Another large reception room with box bay to the front elevation mirroring the drawing room, further window to the side elevation. Ornate ceiling panels, coving and picture rail. Fireplace inset with LPG living flame fire. Radiators. 

REAR ENTRANCE HALL/UTILITY 14' 07" x 14' 07" (4.44m x 4.44m) Having ceramic tiled flooring. Space and plumbing for two washing machines and tumble dryer and plumbing for double American fridge/freezer. Useful understairs cupboard. Double doors open to the:- 

BREAKFAST KITCHEN 19 ' 05" x 11' 06" (5.92m x 3.51m) Fitted with a wide range of wall and base oak cabinets and surmounted by a ceramic black tiled working surface inset with sink and drainer and extending to create a useful breakfast bar. Combination LPG and electric cooking range with stainless steel extractor hood. Adam style marble feature fireplace with LPG living flame fire. Window to the side elevation. Ornate ceiling. Ceramic tiled flooring. Cupboard off housing electrical fuse board. 

SUN LOUNGE 19' 10" x 9' 01" (6.05m x 2.77m) Having a brick base with double glazed hardwood windows. Ceramic tiled flooring. Doors to:- 

CLOAKROOM 7' 06" x 3 ' 10" (2.29m x 1.17m) Fitted with white suite comprising low suite Wc and wash hand basin. Recently installed Worcester combi oil boiler. 

SAUNA ROOM 7' 03" x 3' 10" (2.21m x 1.17m) Fitted out with wood panelled walls, ceiling, benches and sauna heater.  

FIRST FLOOR LANDING The wide staircase leads to the first floor where it divides to give access to the front and rear elevations. The galleried landing has windows to the front and rear. Radiators. 

BEDROOM ONE 20' 04" x 18' 02" (6.2m x 5.54m) Having two windows to two elevations. Feature fireplace. Radiators. Double walk-in wardrobe. Door to:- 

EN-SUITE 6' 08" x 5' 07" (2.03m x 1.7m) Having a corner shower with curved screen, low suite WC and wash hand basin.  

BEDROOM TWO 14' 09" x 12' 02" (4.5m x 3.71m) Window to the side elevation. Electric wall mounted heater. 

BEDROOM THREE 18' 01" x 11' 01" (5.51m x 3.38m) Window to the side elevation. Walk-in storage cupboard. Radiator and wall mounted electric heater. 

BEDROOM FOUR 13' 08" x 11' 01" (4.17m x 3.38m) With Dutch window lights to bedroom three and first floor landing. Radiator. 

BOX ROOM FIVE/STUDY 11' 04" x 7' 02" (3.45m x 2.18m)  

FAMILY BATHROOM 15' 01" x 9' 01" (4.6m x 2.77m) A large bathroom with two windows to the side elevation. Having a white suite comprising free standing roll top bath, corner shower cubicle, wash hand basin and low suite WC. Large storage cupboard with sliding doors. Radiator.  

ATTIC BEDROOM SIX 14' 09" x 16' 05" (4.5m x 5m) With further recreational space (9'02" x 7'11"). Stairs rise to the second floor. Having exposed ceiling beams, two velux window lights. Storage cupboard off. Wall mounted electric heater. 

GARDEN PLOT The property sits on a garden plot of approximately 0.67 acres. With a sweeping driveway accessed via an electric sliding gate with ample secure parking and leads to the separate double garage. The tree lined wall with brick pillars inset with iron railings forms the boundary to Clark Lane. A frieze of "Sunflowers" can be found on the Clark Lane gable depicting the date of 1903 set under the decorative bargeboard, a local focal point. A formal lawned area can be found to the front edged in part by a dwarf brick wall. The gardens extend to the side and are mainly laid to lawn and has a delightful pond and pergola, also a large gazebo. A pathway leads to a further garden which is currently part used for vegetable growing, with large storage shed and greenhouse. The garden benefits from subtle night time lighting. 

SERVICES Electricity is connected to the property. Mains drainage. Heating oil and LPG storage tanks. We have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order. The buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor. 

TENURE Freehold with vacant possession. No upward chain. 

VIEWING By appointment with the agents office. 

LOCAL AUTHORITY Bassetlaw District Council, Queen's Building, Potter Street, Worksop, Notts, S80 2AH 

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