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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Drummond Road, Skegness

Offers in Region of £595,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 1000 BUYER'S INCENTIVE AVAILABLE ON THIS PROPERTY (subject to terms and conditions)
  • Edwardian Character 4 Bed Detached Residence
  • Highly Regarded Seacroft Area In a Tucked Away Location
  • 22' Sitting Room, Dining Room, Music Room, Breakfast Kitchen & Conservatory
  • Sun Lounge/Games Room, Pantry, Utility & Storage Room
  • Triple Garage, Driveway & Extensive Gardens

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Impressive Edwardian Character Detached Residence situated in the highly regarded 'Seacroft' area of Skegness, enjoying a 'Tucked Away' location, comprising of 4 Bedrooms, 3 reception Rooms, Sun Lounge/Games Room, Utility & Conservatory, Triple Garage, Driveway & Extensive Gardens to all sides.

Substantial Character Detached Residence occupying a 'Tucked Away' elevated position with panoramic views of the East Coast & the Wash Coast Line beyond, this impressive Edwardian Residence boasts a wealth of original features & interesting architecture designs. Viewing is utterly essential to gain a full appreciation of all this fantastic home offers which comprises of a principal Hallway, 22' Sitting Room with walk in bay enabling fantastic views of the extensive gardens, formal Dining Room, 16' Music Room, both rooms could be utilised as additional 5th & 6th Bedrooms, Conservatory, well equipped Breakfast Kitchen with Pantry, Utility & Storage Room, Sun Lounge/Games Room extension & a ground floor WC. To the 1st floor, via the stunning landing area, are 4 Bedrooms, all of which are double in proportion, the Master Bedroom having the benefit of an En-Suite Bathroom & magnificent sea views, in addition to a Family Bathroom & additional Separate Shower Room. Externally the property is approached via a long gravelled private driveway affording a good deal of privacy with a triple garage, a Workshop/Garden Store & extensive gardens which extend to all sides, consisting of a low maintenance court yard garden area adjacent to the Sun Lounge/Games Room, the remainder of the garden predominately being laid to lawn with 2 stocked ponds, garden folly & rolling greenery which leads via steps to the sand dunes & via a gate onto the golden beach itself.

Entrance is via an OPEN PORCH with pillars and tiled floor and an attractive oak door with coloured leaded glazed panel to the:-

Front Hall 
With original terrazzo tiled floor and coat hooks, understairs built in cupboard and step up to the:-

Main Hall 
With radiator, 'amtico' flooring, telephone point, elegant high deep coved ceilings with picture rail, stairs leading off through an archway, radiator, 'Period' servants bell and doors to rooms.

With terrazzo tiled floor, original wall mounted period wash hand basin, radiator, archway to the toilet area with period high flush cistern, opaque coloured leaded glazed window which is externally double glazed.

Dining Room / Bedroom 5 13' 11" x 11' 2" ( 4.24m x 3.40m )
With two bow windows, being one original wood with coloured leaded glazed top lights, 2 radiators, picture rail, built in book shelves.

Music Room 16' 3" x 14' ( 4.95m x 4.27m )
With 2 radiators, fireplace surround with tiled hearth and inset gas 'dog grate', 3 double branch wall lights, deep coving, picture rail, ceiling light, double glazed windows to the side & rear elevation creating a dual aspect allowing for a good amount of natural light enabling to the rear views over the garden & to the coast beyond, via the conservatory & a period french door with coloured leaded glazing and top lights to the:-

Conservatory 16' 1" x 5' 7" ( 4.90m x 1.70m )
Situated to catch the sunrise with tiled floor, telephone extension point, power points and spotlights, opening windows facing east with beautiful views over the garden & glazed french doors leading into the same.

Sitting Room 22' 10" max narrowing to 20' 1" min to the wall x 15' 1" max including the bay ( 6.96m max narrowing to 6.12m min to the wall x 4.60m max including the bay )
With stunning sea and garden views from the floor to ceiling picture double glazed bay window, 2 radiators, deep coving to ceiling, picture rail, feature period fireplace & hearth with gas 'dog grate', T.V aerial point.

Breakfast Kitchen 16' 11" min + recess x 10' min extending to 11' 11" max ( 5.16m min + recess x 3.05m min extending to 3.63m max )
Fitted with an attractive range of cream base and wall cupboards, curved composite 'sparkling' granite worksurfaces with tiled splashbacks, 1 1/4 bowl stainless steel sink unit with flexi hose mixer taps, inset 'Neff' 5 ring gas hob built in oven and separate grill, integrated 'Neff' larder fridge, integrated 'Bosch' dishwasher, 'Karndean' flooring, unit and wall lights, matching bar area with leaded glazed cabinet above to match the period display units, wall cabinet with leaded feature glass and open shelves, coved ceiling, double glazed window to the side elevation, "servants bells", double radiator.

Pantry 8' 5" x 5' 6" ( 2.57m x 1.68m )
With double glazed window, built in shelves and light.

Utility Room 12' 10" min + door recess extending to 17' 4" max into hallway x 17' 5" ( 3.91m min + door recess extending to 5.28m max into hallway x 5.31m )
With 2 double glazed windows to the side elevation, deep white Belfast sink with mixer taps over, wood worksurfaces with base units, broom cupboard, spaces for automatic washing machine and dryer, floor mounted gas central heating boiler, radiator, wall, base and drawer units, recessed downlights to ceiling, door to rear creating a dual aspect and allowing for a good amount of natural light, loft access, tiled floor extending through a double glazed door with opaque glass to the top half into the:-

Store 8' x 4' 2" ( 2.44m x 1.27m )
With double glazed opaque window, light and shelves.

Sun Lounge/ Games Room 17' 1" x 11' 8" ( 5.21m x 3.56m )
With downlights to the ceiling, high level double glazed window, ceiling spot lights, power points, tiled floor with underfloor heating, motorised roller shutter door connecting to the Triple Garage and double glazed bi-fold doors opening to face south and the York stone court yard terrace enabling a good amount of natural light to the room.

Incorporating a ½ landing area, with beautiful feature arched coloured leaded glazed window (with exterior double glazing), radiator, picture rail, double doored built in airing cupboard housing the insulated hot water cylinder and shelves. Doors to rooms;

Master Bedroom 20' 2" max into door recess narrowing to 13' 5" min x 15' ( 6.15m max into door recess narrowing to 4.09m min x 4.57m )
With window offering magnificent sea views to the front elevation beyond the extensive gardens, 2 radiators, original feature fireplace surround, built in wardrobes to two walls and picture rail.

En-Suite Bathroom 10' 11" x 6' 4" ( 3.33m x 1.93m )
Being a spacious room comprising of a panelled bath with centre tap, modern pedestal hand basin, tiled surrounds, large tiled shower enclosure with mains shower therein, towel rail/radiator, opaque double glazed window, recessed spotlights to ceiling and feature flooring.

Bedroom 2 16' 2" max x 16' 3" including chimney breast ( 4.93m max x 4.95m including chimney breast )
With 2 radiators, built in desk under the glazed window with fabulous sea views beyond the extensive gardens, window to the side elevation with coloured leaded glazed top light, original art 'nouveau' style fireplace, fitted cupboard for storage and picture rail.

Bedroom 3 12' 6" x 12' 3" ( 3.81m x 3.73m )
A cosy room on account of the reduced headroom at the eaves and including a chimney breast, incorporating a picture rail, window to the side elevation with partial sea views to the distance, radiator, original fireplace surround, built in wardrobe to one wall and shelves.

Bedroom 4 11' 1" x 14' max ( 3.38m x 4.27m max )
With panoramic views from the window with coloured leaded glazed top lights with roof top view towards the Wolds in the distance, radiator, 2 radiators, built in furniture. This room is used as an office by the current owners.

Comprising of a steel bath with antique style telephone mixer taps and hand shower attachment over, wash hand basin, radiator, tiled floor and walls, wood panelling to dado height, access to roof space, opaque double glazed leaded opaque and coloured window.

Shower Room 
With tiled shower enclosure and pivot screen door, W.C, wash hand basin, bidet, pretty tiled surrounds, pretty coloured leaded glazed window with external double glazed, radiator, tiled floor, shaver point.

The property occupies a 'Tucked Away' location and is approached via a long and private gravelled drive leading to the ample parking area enabling provision for the parking of a number of vehicles and vehicle types if required and providing access to the:-

Triple Garage 26' 11" x 19' 5" aprox max ( 8.20m x 5.92m aprox max )
With three sectional remote controlled motorised vehicle access doors, light and power being connected (internal plastered doors)?, pitch roof, mains smoke alarm and power points, fuse box, electric fuses, roller shutter door to the Sun Lounge and access to the roof space with useful storage.

Workshop  9' 6" max x 12' 2" max ( 2.90m max x 3.71m max )
(overall measurements plus passage which wraps around the Garage.
With wooden double doors to the front garden and the rear driveway allowing ease of access, light and power being connected and fibreglass roofing over.

A curved wall and brick pillars and lamps with 'Bespoke' oak gate with coloured leaded 'Perne Towers' stained glass panel, in keeping with the character of the property, which leads to the "courtyard style" rear garden with lawn, paved paths and 'York' stone patio areas adjacent to the Sun Lounge. To the south side of the house is a well proportioned lawned area, with cold water tap, which then leads to the rear garden with a raised paved terrace facing east overlooking the grounds & 2 ponds. The extensive garden stretches to the dunes with direct gated access to the golden sandy beaches beyond. To the other side of the house is a further STORE or 'Folly' with pitched roof and coloured leaded glazed panel, access to the Workshop, whilst also to the rear is a base, ideal for the erection of a Summerhouse. At the bottom of the garden steps lead upto an elevated area also with panoramic views across the Wash to Hunstanton and the North Norfolk coast beyond. The overall plot measures approximately just over 1 acre in total.

Useful Local Information 
Skegness is the principal & long established Lincolnshire coastal resort. It is approx 40 miles east and south of Lincoln and Grimsby respectively, with main
communication links via the A52 and A158 roads to the south and Midlands. The Historic Market towns of Louth and Boston are both located nearby. The Lincolnshire Wolds, an area classed as being of outstanding natural beauty, is a short drive away. The cathedral city of Peterborough is approximately an hour and a quarter by car via the A16, where the fast trains run to Kings Cross, London within approx 50 minutes.
Skegness is well served by bus and rail services, whilst the local primary and Grammar/ Academy Schools have excellent reputations. The Yacht Club is few minutes' drive away on the road leading to the Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve. Members here sail to Wells, Brancaster Staithe and as far afield as Holland. Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve covers an area of approximately three miles of beaches and is a site of Special Scientific Interest.

Point Of Interest For Golfers  
Seacroft itself lies to the south of the town, being a highly sought after area & enabling easy access to the beautiful golden beaches, whilst being just a few minutes' walk away is the superb Seacroft Championship Golf Links. The first tee at Seacroft Golf Club is approximately 550 yards away. A ROAD LEGAL GOLF buggy could be supplied as part of the sale which allows the current owners to place a ball on the tea in 5 mins when the buggy is used. Seacroft is a championship links course, which houses such events as the Eastern Counties Championship, the English Boys Macgregor Trophy, previously won by the likes of Justin Rose and Edwardo Molinari. It is rated as one of the top 100 courses in England, Woodhall Spa, the home of the English Golf Union is just over half an hour by car. Here there are the two fabulous courses, The Hotchkin and The Brabazon.

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1. MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS: Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.
2. General: While we endeavour to make our sales particulars fair, accurate and reliable, they are only a general guide to the property and, accordingly, if there is any point which is of particular importance to you, please contact the office and we will be pleased to check the position for you, especially if you are contemplating travelling some distance to view the property.
3. Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture.
4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase.

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18 December 2015


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