An opportunity to acquire a well-presented house with open plan kitchen / dining room, a range of stabling, field shelters, turnout area with woodchip surface and level paddocks.
Planning Permission has been approved for a 50m x 25m manege. Boston Borough Council Planning Portal ref: B/17/0375
The vendors inform us that there is good outriding locally, some of which is along the edge of drains.
Kirton is the nearest village and has a primary school, a range of shops and pubs. The town of Boston offers all major facilities, including senior schooling, as does Spalding. Peterborough is easily accessible and as a much larger town offers a full range of amenities including out-of-town shopping.
Price Guide £389,950 Ref: KP5544
A detached three bedroom house believed to date from the 1900’s with a later extension. Benefitting from double glazing and oil-fired central heating there is the following accommodation with approx. room sizes:
Ground Floor With English Oak flooring throughout
Entrance Hall door to rear, under stairs cupboard with central heating boiler, radiator, stairs rise to first floor
Lounge 14’ x 13’9 (about 4.3m x 4.2m) window to front, radiator, fireplace with double sided log burner (onto the dining room), wooden mantle over and tiled hearth, store cupboard
Dining Room 13’ x 12’ (about 4m x 3.6m) window to front, fireplace with double sided log burner (onto the lounge), radiator
Kitchen 19’5 x 10’8 (about 6m x 3.3m) window to rear, triple fold doors to rear, double doors to conservatory, fitted base units with oak worksurfaces, ceramic 1½ bowl sink drainer, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for 100cm range cooker
Conservatory 20’10 x 11’7 (about 6.4m x 3.5m) windows to all sides, uPVC construction on a brick base, French doors to rear and front
Landing window to rear, loft access
Bedroom One 13’9 x 11’1 (about 4.2m x 3.4m) sash window to front, radiator
Bedroom Two 11’10 x 10’4 (about 3.6m x 3.1m) window to rear, radiator
Bedroom Three 13’2 x 8’8 (about 4m x 2.7m) sash window to front, radiator, built-in wardrobes to one side
Bathroom 10’4 x 10’ (about 3.1m x 3m) obscure window to rear, bath with mixer tap, shower cubicle, wash hand basin, WC, part tiled, radiator, airing cupboard
Price Guide £389,950Ref: KP5544
The property is approached through double, solid timber gates leading onto a gravel driveway with a parking area to the front of the residence. There is further parking to the rear and access to the stables and paddocks.
Mature gardens lie mainly to the rear and side of the residence and are laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders, partly enclosed by fencing and hedging.
There are the following outbuildings with approx. sizes:
Stable Block of brick construction with tiled roof, power light and plumbing, comprising:
Stable One 11’3 x 11’ (about 3.4m x 3.3m)
Stable Two 11’8 x 11’3 (about 3.6m x 3.4m)
Stable Three 13’9 x 12’1 (about 4.2m x 3.7m)
Feed Room 12’5 x 5’2 (about 3.8m x 1.6m) window
Tack Room 12’ x 10’ (about 3.6m x 3.1m) window
Pole Barn 49’9 x 20’ (about 15m x 6.1m) part enclosed by blocks and Yorkshire boarding
Open Fronted Pole barn / Shelter 32’1 x 14’4 (about 10m x 4.4m) Yorkshire boarding
The land lies to the rear of the outbuildings and consists of mainly level, productive pasture land, currently divided into four paddocks and enclosed by fencing, hedging and trees. To the front of the two pole barns there is a post and railed Enclosure with a woodchip surface currently used as a Turnout / Exercise Area for the vendors horses.
Price Guide £389,950Ref: KP5544
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