3 bedroom character property for sale
Main Street, Keyworth, Nottingham, NG12
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- Dining Hall
- Breakfast Kitchen
- Rear lobby / sunroom
- Downstairs Toilet
- Three bedrooms
- Garage / Workshop
- Private rear garden
- No upward chain
On entering Keyworth from Nottingham and through Plumtree continue up to the Village Square and proceed onto Main Street signposted to Wysall. This property will then be seen a short way along on the left hand side.
Keyworth is a very popular residential village some 7 miles to the south of Nottingham and is served by good amenities including shops, schools, medical centre, sports facilities and public transport services. It offers quick and easy access by car to Nottingham, Leicester, the M1 and the Nottingham East Midlands Airport.
This is a rare and exciting opportunity for the discerning purchaser to acquire a Victorian cottage dating from the 1840s in a conservation area. The property has been extended during the 1970s and modernised further since 1983 by the current vendors to include gas fired central heating. The property maintains many original features including sash windows to the front with stone lintels. The interior is quiet even though close to Main Street and offers a comfortable family home. We highly recommend internal viewing.
The accommodation can be described as follows :-
Enclosed front entrance storm porch
With quarry tile floor and pantile roof and entrance hall with oak doors leading to:
Dining Hall 160 x 140 (4.88m x 4.27m)
A very pleasant room with an original sash window with secondary double glazing to the front, cast iron Victorian feature fireplace, ceiling coving and two radiators, staircase to the first floor and double doors to the:
Lounge 140 x 120 (4.27m x 3.66m)
An original sash window with secondary double glazing to the front of the property, a feature cast iron Victorian fireplace with tiled surround inset and antique pine mantle, two wall light fittings and radiator.
From the Dining Hall double doors give access to the
Rear Lobby/Sunroom 90 x 90 (2.75m x 2.75m)
With tiled floor, radiator and outside door to rear garden.
With a low flush toilet, wash hand basin and tiled flooring.
Breakfast kitchen 191 x 101 ( 5.82m x 3.07m)
With an extensive range of wall, drawer and base units in solid oak which have been painted white, working surfaces in beech butchers block, inset stainless steel sink and drainer, space and point for cooker, plumbing and space for dishwasher and washing machine, space for upright fridge/freezer, extractor fan, useful storage cupboard, quarry tiled floor, radiator and two large double glazed picture windows overlooking the rear garden.
Staircase from the Dining Hall leads to the
First floor landing area 147 x 70 (4.45m x 2.13m)
This area is on two levels with a radiator, original sash window with secondary double glazing to the front of the property and access to the loft space. (This space incorporates a Study Area and offers the possibility of creating an en-suite bathroom).
Bedroom 140 x 120 (4.27m x 3.66m)
With original sash window to the front and radiator.
Bedroom 110 x 110 (3.35m x 3.35m)
With double glazed window to the rear, five new fitted cupboards, ceiling coving and radiator.
Bedroom 140 x 80 (4.27m x 2.44m)
With original sash window with secondary double glazing to the front and a smaller double glazed window to the rear. Two radiators.
Bathroom 79 x 73 (2.36m x 2.21m)
With a white suite comprising panelled bath with power shower over, and shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush toilet, chrome heated towel rail, radiator, full wall tiling and a window to the side of the property.
This is a large area with potential for conversion, partially boarded providing storage and housing the central heating boiler. Access is via retractable ladder.
Formerly a joiners shop now a brick and tile double Garage/Store/ Workshop 164 x 270 (4.98m x 8.23m) with up and over door, electric light and power, stainless steel sink, original brick floor, window to the gable end with leaded light, second window faces east onto the back garden, and a personal door to the rear garden. ( N.B. There is a possibility of extending the living accommodation into the garage area, subject to necessary planning permission).
There is a small forecourt to the front of the main house.
The private rear garden is fully enclosed and has the benefits of a paved patio area, lawn, decking area, established shrubs, trees and flowers. There is also a raised kitchen garden, a shed and a gate with a further entrance.
Gas, electricity, water and drainage are connected.
Council Tax Band
The Council Tax valuation list shows this property to be in Council Tax band E. The charges for properties in band E for the year 2012/13 under Rushcliffe Council are £1966.22.
Office Opening Hours
Monday Friday 9.00 to 5.00, Saturday 9.00 12.00.
VIEWING IS STRICTLY BY APPOINTMENT THROUGH JOHN DAY
N.B. The services have not been tested by John Day. and we suggest interested purchasers satisfy themselves that these are in working order. All measurements are approximate to the nearest 3 ( 7 cm.)
Before viewing would you please contact this office to confirm that the property is still available and if you wish us to verify any particular point relating to this property we would be pleased to check this information for you. Obviously this is important if you are travelling some distance to view the property.
These particulars were prepared by JOHN DAY in accordance with the vendors instruction (28.10.10).
These particulars are believed to be correct but their accuracy is not guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer or a contract. They are issued subject to the property described herein not being sold, let, withdrawn or otherwise disposed of.
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