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Newfield Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG5



4 Bedroom House SSTC

Newfield Road, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire NG5

Key features

Entrance Hall
Inviting entrance hall with access to first floor.

3.93m x 3.42m (12'11" x 11'3") Open plan with dining area, carpeted flooring and window to front aspect allowing plenty of natural light.

Dining Room
3.26m x 3.12m (10'8" x 10'3") Open plan with lounge, continuous carpeted flooring and access to sun room

Sun Room
3.69m x 2.17m (12'1" x 7'1") Wooden flooring, access to study room which is currently used as a bedroom. The sun room is bright and airy throughout providing pleasant views to the rear.

Good sized modern kitchen with vinyl flooring. Lined with a range of wall and base units with integral appliances and utility room to side.

Ground floor w.c with wash hand basin.

Bed 4
3.19m 2.26m Currently used as bedroom with access via study.

Bedroom 1
3.40m x 3.38m (11'2" x 11'1") Large master with carpeted flooring, fitted wardrobes and window to front aspect.

Bedroom 2
3.25m x 3.13m (10'8" x 10'3") Second double bedroom with built in wardrobes and window to rear aspect.

Bedroom 3
2.85m x 2.25m (9'4" x 7'5") Another generous bedroom with laminate flooring and window to rear aspect.

Well appointed family bathroom with three piece suite comprising of panel bath with shower over, low level flush w.c and wash hadn basin.

Calculate your Stamp Duty

Until March 31 2021 most buyers will be exempt from paying stamp duty on the first £500,000 of the purchase price. Calculate how much Stamp Duty you would have to pay on this property by using the calculator below.

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