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On the market: Three-bedroom 1960s modernist property in Newark, Nottinghamshire

Three-bedroom 1960s modernist property in Newark, Nottinghamshire
Three-bedroom 1960s modernist property in Newark, Nottinghamshire

Here we go again. What looks like an interesting place to live has become nothing more than a plot of land. But we prefer to look at it as a three-bedroom 1960s modernist property in Newark, Nottinghamshire.

Three-bedroom 1960s modernist property in Newark, Nottinghamshire
Three-bedroom 1960s modernist property in Newark, Nottinghamshire

From that, you can imagine just how much of the house is being showcased by the agent. In short, not a lot. we get a tantalising glimpse at the outside front and back, which really leaves us wanting more. But all we get is land, land and more land.

Three-bedroom 1960s modernist property in Newark, Nottinghamshire
Three-bedroom 1960s modernist property in Newark, Nottinghamshire

But there is actually a reason this time for the agent’s stance. According to the listing, ‘significant structural movement’ has been noted both externally and internally. Hence the listing pushing the plot ahead of the structure. Obviously, it might be able to be saved – you perhaps might want to look into that if the property as is appeals.

Three-bedroom 1960s modernist property in Newark, Nottinghamshire
Three-bedroom 1960s modernist property in Newark, Nottinghamshire

Anyway, what that leaves is ‘a peaceful, private, secluded and mature elevated garden plot’ of 1.536 acres and a 1960s build. That is currently laid out as a porch, reception hall, living room, sun lounge, dining room, kitchen, pantry, lobby, three bedrooms, bathroom, basement garage and boiler room.

Outside, there’s a private sweeping tarmac drive off a large parking and turning area in front of the double garage along with all those grounds.

It’s a strange one – and you do wonder whether some corrective work can save what is a distinctive 1960s house. If you want to take it on, the price is £350,000.

Find out more at the Rightmove website

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