Price Guide £499,950 Ref: AR5655
A four bedroom house with oil central heating, comprising the following accommodation:
(Please refer to the floor plan for approximate room sizes)
Entrance Hall door to front, stairs to first floor, door to:
Bedroom Two (scope for B & B accommodation) bay window to front, radiator, period oak door to:
En Suite window to side, large shower cubicle with electric shower, wash hand basin, WC, tiled walls, vinyl flooring, radiator, extractor.
Living Room bay window to front, window to side, engineered wood flooring, under stairs storage cupboard, multifuel burning stove with black slate hearth and oak mantle over, radiator.
Dining Room double doors to south facing patio with excellent views over paddock and parkland beyond. Engineered wood flooring, radiator.
Kitchen / Breakfast Room window to side and bay window to front, range of newly fitted wall and base units with oak curved-edged worksurfaces, 1½ bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, space and plumbing for dishwasher, spotlights, engineered wood flooring, integral CDA double oven and hob with extractor over, integral fridge / freezer.
Rear Internal Porch window to rear, garden / exterior covered porch entrance door to side, engineered wood flooring, radiator, access to loft space above, (other) side door to:
Utility / Boot Room (L-shaped) Patio and garden access partially glazed door to rear, plumbing for washing machine, base units with rolled edge worksurfaces, spotlights, Belfast sink with tiled splashbacks, quarry tiled flooring, purpose-built tack area with saddle racks, door to integral double garage / workshop, door to:
Cloakroom internal window to side, feature brick wall, wash hand basin, period WC and cistern, tiled splashbacks, quarry tiled flooring.
Large Integral Double Garage / Workshop up and over door, lighting, recently extensively refurbished externally, with timber cladding, extensive side and front facing windows. (This area is ideal for use as a studio, gym, playroom and still leaving ample space for vehicles – subject to any necessary planning consents.)
Landing window to rear, radiator, access to loft space above (has lighting), airing cupboard with electric immersion heater, doors to:
Bedroom One window to rear, excellent views over stables, paddocks and Lincolnshire Wolds hills, radiator.
Bedroom Three windows to front and side overlooking gardens and paddocks, radiator.
Bedroom Four / Study windows to front and side overlooking gardens and drive, feature period fireplace with tiled hearth, radiator.
Family Bathroom window to front, bathroom recently refitted; curved transparent glass shower cubicle with electric shower, bath, soft flush WC, wash hand basin, tiled splashbacks, spotlights, radiator.
Price Guide £499,950Ref: AR5655
There are the following equestrian facilities, with approximate sizes:
Timber Stable Block power and lighting, overhang and concrete yard to the front, incorporating:
Three Stables each approximately: 12’ x 12’ (c.3.6m x 3.6m)
Corner Stable / Foaling Box approximately: 16’10 x 12’ (c.5.1m x 3.6m)
Tack / Feed Room approximately: 12’ x 6’ (c.3.6m x 1.8m)
Barn (re-roofed & re-clad c. 5 years ago) approximately 40’11 x 20’6 (c. 12.4m x 6.3m)
Muck Heap Area recently built, concrete base, breeze block wall, retention area approximately:
7’10 x 10’5 (c.5.4m x 3.1m)
Three Bay Storage Barn requiring renovation, currently used for timber storage. Potential as site for holiday home or lodge (subject to planning consents). Section one open front, section two & three double doors each. In total approximately: 31’5 x 15’5 (c.9.5m x 4.7m)
Single Garage / Workshop approximately: 15’5 x 12’10 (c. 4.7m x 3.9m) double doors.
Timber Shed (re-clad c. 2 years ago) approximately: 9’1 x 7’11 (c. 2.7m x 2.4m) currently utilised as a rug store.
YARD & LAND
There are two outside water taps located within the yard and five rainwater catcher ‘butts’ (available by separate negotiation) located at various points around both the yard and garden areas. There may be scope for further development of the overall plot and there is certainly scope within the yard for the installation of an arena / (manège) all subject to planning permission.
Formal Gardens surround the house to three sides, comprising a variety of tree and shrub borders, lawned gardens and a patio area to the south.
Adjoining the double garage there is a timber store and, attached to the house, by the patio a brick-built boiler house.
The Grazing Land is mainly level with post and rail fencing. The rear west-facing grazing land is accessed via double gates from the yard and stable area. In addition, there is a five-bar gate leading to a south-facing side paddock within which there is an island post & rail separated and gated play / recreation area with two flowering fruit trees either side of a large swing (available by separate negotiation) which looks over the larger paddock.
The corner property has two entrances; the front drive being from Church Lane and the side (equestrian) entrance from Alford Road with a hard-standing concrete area beside the barn which is suitable for a caravan / camper van / horsebox / trailer. Double gates lead into the large yard suitable for parking of a horsebox / trailer and ample turning and parking space for multiple vehicles.
IN ALL APPROX. 3.5 ACRES (About 1.4 Hectares)
Price Guide £499,950Ref: AR5655
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