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Plot 13 The Beckinsale, Kings Wood, Skegby Lane, NG19

PROPERTY TYPE

Semi-Detached

BEDROOMS

3

BATHROOMS

2

SIZE

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TENURE
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Freehold

Key features

  • 3 bedrooms
  • Dual-aspect living room with French doors
  • Kitchen/dining room with integral appliances
  • En-suite to primary bedroom
  • Additional WC and storage cupboard to ground floor
  • Landscaped front and rear gardens
  • Allocated off-street parking
  • *Choice of finishes available
  • EPC Rating - TBC, Council Tax Band - TBC

Description

The Beckinsale, these semi-detached houses comprise of an entrance hallway, dual-aspect living room with French doors, kitchen/dining room with integral appliances such as fridge/freezer, electric oven, gas hob, extractor hood, washing machine/dryer and dishwasher, there is also an additional WC and storage cupboard. To the first floor is a landing with access to three bedrooms and family bathroom, the primary bedroom is accompanied by an en-suite. To the outside are landscaped front and rear gardens with allocated off-street parking.


A collection of new homes in the market town of Mansfield.

Premium developer Taggart Homes is proud to present Kings Wood, a beautifully designed new community where you'll have a range of high specification 1, 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes to choose from.
Like every Taggart home, these are built and finished to unexpectedly high standards, including a host of extras at no extra cost. It's a philosophy we have honed in over 30 years of creating fine homes of innovative design, across Northern Ireland and England.
Kings Wood has an ideal location about two miles from the centre of Mansfield and its station, where services to Nottingham take less than an hour. Local employers include Amazon and Kings Mill Hospital. It's also within very easy distance of two regions renowned for their natural beauty: Sherwood Forest and the Peak District National Park. This is where town connections meet country life.


Mansfield has been a market town for at least 700 years, and today seasonal markets can be seen throughout the year, where the traditional stalls are joined by those selling artisan produce and crafts. There's further shopping at The Four Seasons Centre, and in the many independent stores across the town. Mansfield retains some handsome historic buildings, and has its own museum, theatre (The Palace), and many coffee shops, restaurants and pubs.
When you want a taste of city life, Nottingham is just over 17 miles from Kings Wood, and its Creative Quarter, based around the old Lace Market, is where you'll find an exciting and often quirky selection of boutiques, bars and restaurants offset by intriguing street art. The Victoria Centre is great for big retail brands including John Lewis, while the more eclectic Flying Horse Arcade is where you'll find the likes of Vivienne Westwood and an independent cheese specialist.
Nottingham also has a thriving cultural scene, which includes theatres, a jazz club, an independent cinema, and live music venues including Motorpoint Arena, where many international stars have thrilled audiences.

You won't need to travel far for a breath of outdoor life. Starting close to home, there's Brierley Forest Park, a former colliery now transformed into a green haven for wildlife. There's a golf club here, a football pitch and children's play area too. Newstead Abbey, the ancestral home of Lord Byron is around 7.1 miles away. Here you will find medieval architecture, walled gardens, parks and lakes.
Famous Sherwood Forest is just 12 miles away, and, as well as the Robin Hood legends, is a marvellous spot for walking, cycling and discovering nature. One of its main attractions is the 800 year old Major Oak, the oldest in Britain. There are all kinds of exciting things for children to do - bug hunts, den building, wood crafts – and seasonal events for the whole family.
Just a little further is the awesome Peak District National Park, 555 square miles of hills and valleys, gorges and moorland, and the 2,000ft Kinder Scout peak. Its limestone caverns provide some of the country's best underground wonders. Amongst all this wildness, there are architectural splendours such as Chatsworth House and Haddon Hall, and adventures to be had at Go Ape, Conkers Discovery Centre and rides on the Ecclesbourne Valley Railway.

AGENT NOTE – The property is freehold. Estate charges apply, please contact Pygott & Crone for further details.

AGENT NOTE:- Please be advised that the show home images are from an ex show home of a now completed Taggart Homes development, Forest Park, Annesley, Nottinghamshire.

The specifications, materials , and finishes are different on each development , please refer to the specification leaflet for the relevant site, and speak with the sales advisor for further clarification.


Hall

WC

1.62m x 0.9m - 5'4" x 2'11"

Living Room

5.07m x 3.14m - 16'8" x 10'4"
5.07m x 3.14m

max

Kitchen

5.07m x 2.75m - 16'8" x 9'0"

STORE

1.56m x 1.84m - 5'1" x 6'0"
1.56m x 1.84m

max

First Floor Landing

Bedroom 1

3.73m x 2.78m - 12'3" x 9'1"

En-Suite

2.78m x 1.22m - 9'1" x 4'0"

Bedroom 2

3.17m x 2.94m - 10'5" x 9'8"

Bedroom 3

3.17m x 2.02m - 10'5" x 6'8"

Bathroom

1.89m x 2.04m - 6'2" x 6'8"

Council TaxA payment made to your local authority in order to pay for local services like schools, libraries, and refuse collection. The amount you pay depends on the value of the property.Read more about council tax in our glossary page.

Band: TBC

Plot 13 The Beckinsale, Kings Wood, Skegby Lane, NG19

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Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Mansfield Station1.3 miles
  • Sutton Parkway Station1.9 miles
  • Mansfield Woodhouse Station2.0 miles
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Pygott & Crone, Nottingham

43 Bridlesmith Gate Nottingham NG1 2GN

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