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Property Features

 Semi detached family home
 Three spacious bedrooms
 Lounge with multi fuel stove
 Open plan kitchen & dining area
 Modern central heating combination boiler
 Substantial front and rear gardens
 Re-fitted modern family bathroom
 Separate Wc
 Viewings Strongly Advised
 Popular Residential Location
House - Semi-Detached

This well presented semi-detached family home is situated on a substantial plot in a popular residential area in Southwell with local amenities within walking distance of the property. The ground floor has been recently transformed to create a fantastic open plan family living space. Early viewings of this property are strongly advised as demand for the property will be high.

Internally the spacious accommodation has been recently renovated and now comprises entrance hall, open plan lounge with multi flue stove, dining area with patio doors to the rear garden and brand new kitchen with integrated appliances. Upstairs there are three generous size bedrooms, family bathroom. and separate W/C. Externally the property has substantial front and rear gardens.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hall

This welcoming reception hall is approached by a Upvc door to the front aspect, with Upvc double glazed window. A staircase gives access to the first floor landing, the hall heads round to the right and has a tiled floor, wall mounted radiator and door to the dining area.

Lounge/Dining Area

2.46m max x 4.09m (8'1 max x 13'5)

This open plan lounge/dining area has been recently renovated to create a fantastic living space. Featuring a multi fuel stove, porcelain tiled floor, large window to the rear, newly fitted patio doors that open out to the rear garden. The dining area has a window and door to the rear, upright radiator and leads to:


2.69m x 2.08m (8'10 x 6'10 )

Recently fitted with new base and wall units, work tops and tiled splash backs, integrated dishwasher and washer dryer, space for free standing stove, extractor hood, Belfast sink with swan neck mixer tap and spray hose, continuation of porcelain tiled floor, under stairs storage cupboard housing the metres and wall mounted Ideal heating combi condensing boiler, window to the front aspect.

First Floor Landing

Stairs from the ground floor give access to the first floor landing with double glazed window to the front aspect, loft hatch and doors to the bedrooms and WC/bathroom. The loft is boarded for ample storage space.

Bedroom One

3.63m max x 3.53m max (11'11 max x 11'7 max )

A Upvc double glazed window to the rear gives views over the garden, built in storage cupboard with rail, wall mounted radiator.

Bedroom Two

2.72m x 4.11m (8'11 x 13'6 )

This room features two Upvc double glazed windows to the side and rear asepcts and a wall mounted radiator.

Bedroom Three

2.72m x 2.26m (8'11 x 7'5)

This spacious third bedroom has two double glazed windows to the front aspect and a wall mounted radiator.


1.75m x 1.80m (5'9 x 5'11)

This room features a recently installed suite comprising of a curved Victorian style clawfoot bath and vanity sink which has been skilfully installed into a unit over the bulkhead of the stairs, complementary tiling to walls surrounding the bath and sink, recessed storage area with inset heated towel rail.


The separate Wc has a Upvc obscure double glazed window to the front aspect and a new low level Wc.


To the rear of this property is a substantial garden which is mainly laid to lawn and features a raised planting area and paved seating area, additionally a paved pathway runs centrally along the garden which is enclosed within a fenced surround. A pathway to the side of the property a gated access lead round to the front.

The front of the property is mainly laid to lawn

Area Information

The historical town of Southwell is the site of Southwell Minster, the cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of Southwell and Nottingham covering Nottinghamshire. The town lies on the River Greet, about 14 miles (22 km) north-east of Nottingham. Historic buildings include the prebendal houses in Church Street and Westgate, and the Methodist church. The workhouse, built in 1824, It is owned by the National Trust.

There are two infant schools (aged 35): Southwell Holy Trinity C of E Infants School and Lowes Wong Infant School. The latter teaches local children aged 711. The local secondary school Southwell Minster School also offers an education for the choristers of the cathedral and gifted musicians in its Junior Department. It has obtained particularly good GCSE and AS/A level results in Nottinghamshire.

One of the local football clubs, Southwell City, is nicknamed "The Bramleys", and the town's library and youth centre is known as 'The Bramley Centre' in honour of the town's contribution to British cuisine.
Sports clubs include Southwell Rugby Club (known as the Redmen), which was formed in 19221923 in addition to Southwell Cricket Club and Southwell City Football Club who are nicknamed The Bramleys. The town's library and youth centre are known as 'The Bramley Centre' in honour of the town's contribution to British cuisine.

Southwell has a leisure centre run by a local trust, with trustees from the local community.

Southwell is home to the annual Southwell Music Festival which is held every August in Southwell Minster and other venues around the town. It also hosts the Gate to Southwell Festival of roots and acoustic music held each year in early June.

The town is accessed from Newark and Nottingham by the A612, and from north Nottingham and villages to the west by the B6386. The A617 primary route passes 2 miles to the north of the town in Hockerton, and the A1 and A46 trunk routes are both 7 miles away in Newark.

The railway station at the nearby village of Fiskerton has had a small car park built in recent years to cater for Southwell commuters. Southwell is also served by Nottingham City Transport's rural Pathfinder 26 service to Nottingham and Stagecoach East Midlands (Mansfield) service to Mansfield and Newark. There are other services to nearby villages.


Council Tax Band B


Contact Gascoines Southwell for more information.

Room Measurements

All dimensions are approximate. There may be some variation between imperial and metric measurements for ease of reference. Dimensions should not be used for fitting out.

Money Laundering

Under the Protecting Against Money Laundering and the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002, Gascoines require any successful purchasers proceeding with a purchase to provide two forms of identification i.e. passport or photocard driving license and a recent utility bill. This evidence will be required prior to Gascoines instructing solicitors in the purchase or the sale of a property.

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Property Tenure

Freehold with vacant possession.

The Consumer Protection From Unfair Trading (2008)

Important Notice Relating To The Consumer Protection From Unfair Trading (2008)
Gascoines Chartered Surveyors, on its behalf and for the vendor of this property whose agents they are, give notice that: (i) The particulars are set out as a general outline only for guidance of intending purchaser and do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract. (ii) All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for and occupation, and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be accurate, but any intending purchaser or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. All photographs are historic. Maps and plans are not to scale.

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