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Discover the perfect blend of modern comfort and convenience in this well-presented three-bedroom detached house nestled in a tranquil village setting. The open-plan lounge/dining room welcomes you with warmth, seamlessly connecting to a delightful conservatory—an ideal space to unwind or entertain. The fitted kitchen offers practicality, while a convenient downstairs WC adds to the functional layout.

Ascend to the first floor, where three well-proportioned bedrooms await. Two bedrooms feature fitted wardrobes, providing ample storage. The modern shower room boasts a walk-in shower and cleverly integrated storage beneath the sink.

Step outside to find low-maintenance gardens both at the front and rear, offering a serene backdrop for relaxation. A driveway for two cars and a garage cater to parking needs. Embrace village living with proximity to local amenities, making this property an inviting haven for those seeking both comfort and community charm.

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Entrance Hall - 2.51m x 1.02m (8'3" x 3'4") - The entrance hall is practical and welcoming, with stairs to the first floor, a cloak storage cupboard, a central heating radiator, and doors to the lounge and downstairs WC. It's a functional space designed for convenience.

Downstairs Wc - 1.55m x 0.94m (5'1" x 3'1") - The downstairs WC offers a low flush WC and a wall-mounted sink with a mixer tap. Tasteful half-tiled walls contribute to a neat appearance. The space is well-lit with a UPVC double-glazed window to the front, featuring stylish shutter blinds, and a central heating radiator.

Living Room/Dining Area - 7.75m maximum into bay x 3.28m maximum (25'5" maxi - narrowing to dining area 8'8". A delightful combined lounge and dining area with practical features. The UPVC double-glazed bay window to the front, adorned with feature shutter blinds, adds charm. The central focus is a SMEG electric wall-mounted fire. The dining area is spacious enough for a table to seat six comfortably . Coving graces the ceiling, there are two central heating radiators, a sliding patio doors leads to the conservatory, and an internal door connects to the kitchen. This space balances functionality with a pleasant space to relax or entertain.

Conservatory - 2.77m x 2.46m (9'1" x 8'1") - A seamless extension from the lounge/dining room, the conservatory provides a tranquil space to unwind while overlooking the garden. Ample natural light streams in through UPVC double-glazed windows and French doors, creating an inviting atmosphere. Equipped with a central heating radiator and power points, this space offers both comfort and a connection to the outdoor surroundings.

Kitchen - 3.76m x 2.62m maximum (12'4" x 8'7" maximum) - A practical kitchen design featuring wall and base units, a work surface hosting a four-ring gas hob with a fitted extractor above and an oven beneath. The one and a half bowl sink and drainer unit add convenience. Ample space and plumbing for a washing machine cater to daily needs. A UPVC double-glazed window brightens the space, and a door conveniently leads to the rear garden. This kitchen strikes a balance between functionality and simplicity.

First Floor -

Bedroom No 1 - 4.06m max into wardrobes x 2.62m (13'4" max into - A good sized double bedroom enhanced by fitted wardrobes featuring sliding doors along one wall. Natural light fills the room through a UPVC double-glazed window at the front, equipped with fitted shutter blinds. Laminate flooring adds a modern touch, complemented by a central heating radiator and power points.

Bedroom No 2 - 2.97m x 2.87m (9'9" x 9'5") - Featuring laminate flooring, this room boasts fitted wardrobes with sliding doors along one wall for practical storage. A UPVC double-glazed window provides a pleasant view of the rear garden, equipped with fitted shutter blinds. There is also a central heating radiator, and power points.

Bedroom No 3 - 2.64m x 2.59m (8'8" x 8'6") - This room, generously sized in our opinion, offers a UPVC double-glazed window to the front elevation comes with fitted shutter blinds, providing both aesthetic appeal and control over natural light. The space is well-maintained with a central heating radiator and power points.

Shower Room - 2.31m x 1.68m (7'7" x 5'6") - Step into a modern haven of relaxation. The shower room features contemporary elements, including a low flush WC, an inset sink unit with a mixer tap, and a practical work surface with storage beneath. The addition of a walk-in shower enhances convenience and luxury. Modern tiling contributes to the overall aesthetic, complemented by spotlights in the ceiling. A heated towel rail adds a touch of warmth, and a UPVC double-glazed window to the rear allows natural light to grace the space.

Outside - Ease and simplicity define the exterior spaces. The front showcases a low-maintenance aesthetic with pebbled features, a driveway accommodating two cars, and convenient side access leading to the rear garden.

The rear garden continues the low-maintenance theme, boasting a paved patio adorned with a pergola and a charming pebbled garden area. The sale includes a shed, and a UPVC double-glazed door seamlessly connects to the garage. Gated access completes the circuit, leading back to the front for added practicality.

Garage - 5.79m x 2.41m (19' x 7'11") - Practicality meets convenience in the garage, accessible from the driveway through an up-and-over door. The space is well-lit, courtesy of power and lighting, ensuring it's ready for various uses and activities.

Additional Information - Council Tax Band: C

Tenure: Freehold

Mains Drains: Yes


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Band: C

Church View, Ollerton, Newark


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John Sankey, Mansfield

41 Albert Street, Mansfield, NG18 1EA

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