4 Bedrooms, House - Detached

Newark Road, Wellow, Newark

  • Stunning Gardens!
  • Guide Price £310 - £330,000.
  • Four Bedrooms (One Double To Ground Floor)
  • No Upward Chain!
  • 1st Flr Bathroom & Grnd Floor WC
  • Highly Flexible Accommodation
  • Off Street Parking & Garage.
  • Highly Sought After Rural Village Setting
  • Viewing Absolutely Essential
  • EPC Rating F / (33)


GUIDE PRICE £310-£330,000. NO UPWARD CHAIN! A Superb 2 Storey Detached Home With 4 Bedrooms (1 to the ground floor). Beautiful & Unusually Large Gardens. A deceptively spacious property comprehensively modernised & improved with quality fixtures and fittings. Ample off street parking and single garage. Viewing Essential.

Tika Roa is a property that is certain to both surprise and delight. Looking like a bungalow to the front and like a four bedroom house to the rear it in fact offers the best of both these scenarios. The property has accommodation plenty big enough for a family with three of the bedrooms being doubles. Having a ground floor double bedroom means that it could be used by those wanting a bungalow. Better still the bedroom has a generous walk in wardrobe which we believe would make a great en-suite bath/shower room. For those wanting a bungalow but who need more space for guests/family to stay then it would seem perfect too. Also downstairs is a big dining kitchen with ample space for a family to eat and alongside this a very well fitted kitchen. Tika Roa has a large plot with splendid gardens. The rear garden being particularly special and will appeal to a wide variety of buyers, like the property itself it must be seen to be fully appreciated.

The property stands in a lovely setting on the Eastern edge of the ever popular village of Wellow. Wellow is a most attractive village set in the heart of Sherwood Forest. It is famed for its "Maypole" set in the lovely village green which is just a few hundred yards from the property. Equally close are the two village hostelries one a restaurant, hotel and bar the other a public house serving food. Wellow is conveniently located with ease of access to the following larger centres, Southwell 10 miles, Mansfield - 11 miles, Newark - 13 miles, and Nottingham City Centre - 20 miles.

Entrance Hall 5.69m x 2.67m

A spacious and most welcoming entrance hall setting the tone of space and quality repeated throughout this excellent property. PVCu glazed front door opens in to the hall. Matching, obscured glazed windows to either side of the door. Timber effect laminate floor finish. Radiator with colonial style cover. Fitted shelving/bookcasing. Modern picture lighting over picture/mirror housing. Downlighting inset to ceiling. Stairs rising off with storage recess under. Return to an inner hallway. Doors off to the main living rooms and cloaks.

Ground Floor Cloaks 1.32m x 0.71m

With close coupled wc. Obscured glazed double glazed window to side. Radiator.

Sitting Room 4.39m x 4.27m

A generously proportioned reception room. Fireplace with painted brickette surround inset open fire and fronted by a slate look hearth. PVCu double glazed "bow" window to the front elevation through which can be enjoyed a lovely aspect over the front garden and gently rolling farmland beyond. TV aerial point. Radiator. Wall lighting points.

Dining Kitchen 5.74m x 3.53m

A particularly spacious dual purpose room which forms the ideal hub to this excellent property. Comprising an extensively fitted kitchen and a generous dining area. The kitchen section has a range of modern units to both base and eye level. The base level units being surmounted by work surfaces these in turn being flanked by lovely hand made Italian splash back tiles. Inset to the worksurfaces are: 4 ring electric hob above which is an extractor hood, multi function double oven and grill as well as a one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Fully Integrated fridge and freezer. dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. Downlighting inset to ceiling and bridging unit above the sink area. Laminate floor finish. PVCu double glazed window to rear taking in the delightful aspect over the beautiful rear garden. Partially separating the two sections of the room is a return of the base level units forming a breakfast bar.

Beyond this the dining area lies open plan, ample space for a family and guests to dine formally or informally. TV aerial points. Radiator. PVCu double glazed door and window to rear. Wall lighting.

Bedroom 3 3.76m x 3.53m

Giving the undoubted benefit of a ground floor bedroom this room also has what is currently a large walk in wardrobe (7'3 x 4'1). We believe this could if required be made into an ensuite bath/shower room. A good size double bedroom with PVCu double glazed window to rear, once again having the aforementioned enviable outlook. Radiator. TV aerial point. Wall lighting points.

Returning to the hall stairs rise to the first floor landing.

Just prior to the landing there is a door opening to a useful storage area in the roof space.

Bedroom 1 4.88m x 3.15m

A notably spacious, main double bedroom with PVCu double glazed window to rear. The elevation provides for an even more attractive view over the garden and glimpses into to the countryside beyond. The bedroom also has radiator. Wall lighting points.

Bedroom 2 3.58m x 3.53m

The third double proportion bedroom to this surprisingly capacious home. Radiator. PVCu double glazed window to rear again with lovely view. TV aerial point.

Bedroom 4 2.64m x 1.88m

With PVCu double glazed window to rear again with the view. Radiator. This room is currently set up as a study/home office for which it is equally well suited.

Bathroom 2.57m x 2.54m

Recently refitted with a modern white three piece suite comprising bath with shower over, close coupled wc and pedestal wash hand basin. Complementary splash back tiling. Obscured glazed, double glazed window to side.


The property is most impressive internally, externally it does not disappoint either, indeed it may be considered by some to even exceed the desirability of the interior due in part to its setting, proximity and outlook to open countryside and the fabulous gardens set within this large plot. The rear garden is beautiful and is one of, if not the most attractive features of this truly excellent property.

The property is approached via a driveway running up to the front elevation. Here the drive opens out providing plentiful off street parking and vehicle turning space. There is also a door to an integral single garage 15'8 x 7'10 (4.8m x 2.4m) having power and light. The front garden is most attractive too being laid mainly to lawn flanked by hedging affording extra privacy.

To the rear the beautiful garden slopes gently up and away from the house. Proving particularly generous it is much larger than might be expected and far exceeds that found with many similar size properties. This garden would be appreciated by all regardless of whether they are families or couples but especially by the keen gardener.

The garden is very well maintained and has been thoughtfully landscaped to provide several different sections including seating areas which make the most of the setting and the sun. Adjacent to the house is a gravelled patio area and sheltered in part by a stepped rockery with built in seat feature. To the side of this is a screened bin storage area and oil tank. The main lawn extends beyond the patio and is approached on one side via a gently sloping ramp and to the other side by steps. The lawn is edged with railway sleepers with bark chip laid beds. Most of the boarders are extensively planted with mature plants although others are left with space ideal for pots and tubs to add colour and variegation of your choice. Approximately one third of the way up the garden there is a feature break created by a stone wall fronted by a seating area and to either side of which is a pergola set with trailing plants. The lawn extends away from the property enclosed by fencing and or a garden wall and edged with further well stocked bark chip borders. Beyond this to the top end of the garden there is a gravelled seating area afforded shade by a mature fruit tree. Further on again this gravelled area extends with space for sheds and additional seating area from where the full effect of the garden, the setting and the delightful Southerly aspect can be enjoyed.

Further Information

Any fixtures and fittings not mentioned in these details are excluded from the sale price. No services or appliances which may have been included in these details have been tested and therefore cannot be guaranteed to be in good working order. Nothing therein shall be a warranty or condition and neither the Vendor nor ourselves will be liable to the Purchaser in respect of any mis-statement or misrepresentation made at or before the date hereof by the Vendor, his servants or agents or otherwise. TENURE The property is freehold. COUNCIL TAX BAND: (C) EPC RATING: F/(33) SERVICES: Mains electricity, water and drainage services are connected to the property. Heating is by way of oil with a large screened tank to the rear garden. VIEWING:By telephone appointment with Kirkland & Lane Property on 01636 813128 or sales@kirklandlaneproperty.com