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4 bedroom detached house for sale

St. Andrews Drive, Skegness, Lincs, PE25 1DQ


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Tenure: Freehold

An imposing and attractive “Edwardian Colonial” style detached residence in a superb elevated location on ‘the ridge’ with approx 1 acre of gardens stretching to the sand dunes and fine views to the north Norfolk coast.

The property retains many of its original character features and has been tastefully re-furbished to provide all modern comforts. Open Verandah, large Reception Hall, Wet Room / W.C, Sitting Room, oak panelled Dining Room with Inglenook, Front Conservatory, large Kitchen, Breakfast Room, feature staircase and large landing, 2 En-Suite Bedrooms and family Bath/Shower Room, 2 further Bedrooms, gas central heating, sweeping drive to a Double Garage.


With original black and white tiled floor to the south side and pillars flanking the steps to a beautiful large oak door with three leaded light panels.

17’1” x 11’11” (5.20m x 3.63m) minimum plus door recess.
With feature open minister style stone hearth, 2 radiators, south facing window, french doors facing east with a view through to the conservatory to the garden and sea, delph rack, beamed ceiling, central heating temperature control, passage leading to the Inner Hall.

11’3” x 4’3” (3.42m x 1.29m) average
Stylishly re-fitted with a W.C, hand basin, chrome ladder towel rail, tiled surround and floor extending through to the shower area with drain and rosehead shower, 2 opaque windows with decorative wrought iron work.

With the same feature panelling and arches as the Reception Hall, stairlift around the semi circular stair well, radiator door to understairs store with quarry tiled floor and opaque bow window, light.

11’7” x 12’ (3.53m x 3.65m) maximum with offset fireplace.
With minster style feature stone fireplace, radiator, beamed ceiling and french doors to the:-

22’2” x 5’8” (6.75m x 1.72m)
With the same black and white flooring as the south verandah and now enclosed to form an east facing Conservatory to enjoy the morning sun and sea view, double doors and steps down to the garden. Door to Reception Hall, Sitting Room and:-

18’8” x 13’11” (5.68m x 4.24m) max incl door recess & inglenook
With feature oak inglenook with carved oak panels, latch doored cupboards, York stone and briquette fireplace, side coloured leaded glazed window and downlights. The walls have beautiful oak panelling and built in seating with storage under set into the walk-in square double glazed bay window, plus oak strip flooring, radiator, 3 picture lights, downlights, further door to the front enclosed verandah.

15’ x 10’10” (4.57m x 3.30m)
Re-fitted with cream doored base and wall units under wood effect worksurfaces with complimentary wood effect flooring, 1 Ό bowl stainless steel sink unit with pillar tap, space for washing machine, space for 8 ring range gas cooker, space for dishwasher, space for washing machine and fridge freezer, radiator, downlights to ceiling, 2 windows facing the drive, side opaque glazed window, pvc double glazed door to the rear, central heating control panel, leading to:-

11’8” x 12’4” (3.55m x 3.75m) maximum including chimney breast
With fireplace with ‘gas log burning stove’ pvc french doors and full height screens to the west elevation.

A staircase leads around the semi circular turret style stairwell with substantial banister and three tall wall double glazed windows facing west, north and east. The landing has access to roof space and a walk in storage cupboard providing storage space in the eaves, further large airing cupboard with light, power and integral radiator (used for ironing).

14’1” x 15’6” (4.29m x 4.72m) maximum overall including en-suite
With window facing east with lovely sea view, radiator.

8’8” x 4’9” (2.64m x 1.44m) nicely fitted out with a tiled large shower cubicle with sliding screen door and matching tiled surround, hand basin, W.C, shaver light, chrome ladder towel radiator, extractor.

12’ x 12’2” (3.65m x 3.70m) with offset corner and plus dormer.
With walk in dormer window facing east with seaview, radiator.

14’11” x 13’8” (4.54m x 4.16m) maximum into the dormers and being shaped.
With windows facing east and south, radiator.

11’3 x 8’1” (3.42m x 2.46m) minimum plus recess.
Attractively fitted with a white suite comprising bath with centre shower taps set in the dormer recess with downlights, tiled surround, large shower cubicle with screen door, W.C, square hand basin, radiator, access to eaves roof space, original tiled floor, traditional style towel radiator, shaver light.

11’3” x 11’8” reducing to 9’2” (3.42m x 3.55m/2.80m)
With dormer window to the rear elevation, radiator, built in cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and pump.

11’9” x 2’10” (3.58m x 0.86m)
With tiled shower cubicle to one end with screen door, chrome ladder towel radiator, W.C, hand basin and the same tiled surround to the remainder, opaque window, extractor, shaver light


A long concrete drive sweeps upto the house flanked by lawned gardens with mature trees and shrubs, opening up to the parking area adjacent to the rear of the house and the:-

18’10” x 8’ plus 18’10” x 8’ (5.74m x 2.43m plus 5.74m x 2.43m) with up and over vehicle doors, electric fuses light and power. Attached STORE.

To the rear of the house is a greenhouse and a yard area with light, cold water tap and attached to the house is a Integral Boiler Cupboard with Buderus gas central heating boiler, pump and descaler.

The east lawned gardens stretch down to the dunes past mature trees and rises up again to offer dramatic views across the wash to Hunstanton on the north Norfolk coast.


St Andrews Drive lies to the north of Skegness Town Centre being a very popular residential area and ‘the Ridge’ to the east side of the road has some of the finest houses in the town.

From Turner Evans Stevens office follow Roman Bank northwards over the traffic lights, right into Seaview Road and left before the seafront into St Andrews Drive. At the end of the Road lies the North Shore Golf Course and the property has direct access to the foreshore and beach from its own garden.


Mains gas, electricity, water and sewerage services are understood to be connected. The agents have not inspected or tested any of the services or service installations and purchasers should rely on their own survey.

By prior appointment with Turner Evans Stevens office in Skegness.

MEASUREMENTS: Measurements are approximate with the metric conversion shown in brackets, taken wall to wall unless otherwise stated.

DISCLAIMER: Notice is hereby given that these particulars are set for the guidance of proposed purchasers, and although due care is taken in their preparation and they are believed to be correct, proposed purchasers must not rely on them as statements of fact and must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness. These particulars are issued on the understanding that all negotiations are carried through the Agents Turner Evans Stevens but they do not constitute an offer or contract. Any price quoted in these particulars is subject to contract.

No person employed by Turner Evans Stevens Limited has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.

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16 November 2011


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