4 bedroom detached house for saleBenniworth, Meadow Lane
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- Charming Wolds village setting
- Detached four bedroom house
- Large exceptional mature gardens
- LPG heating, DG windows, double garage
Introduction A beautifully presented four bedroom house which is seated to the middle of a sizeable, elevated plot enjoying open Wolds views from the upper floors, as well as views over its own delightful and comprehensive gardens. The house is finished in a neat contemporary style and provides an impressive L-shaped reception space in addition to a dining room and a breakfast kitchen. This popular Wolds village is ideally located for commuting to Louth, Horncastle, Market Rasen and Lincoln, being positioned on the western side of the Wolds and surrounded by rolling countryside. The property benefits from an attached double garage with electric up and over door, and offers the opportunity to walk into a beautifully maintained and cared for home.
Entrance Lobby A sizeable lobby with a practical tiled floor, space for coat hanging and shoe storage and housing the alarm panel. Doors to;
Cloakroom/WC The room is finished in a smart contemporary style with a window to the front of the house and is fitted with a low level WC, suspended vanitory basin with designer mixer tap and storage below.
Open-plan Reception This impressively proportioned L-shaped room provides ample space for seating and dining with space for a zoned study area and enjoying a double aspect, giving views to the front and rear of the house. A bank of concertina folding French doors leads to the rear decked terrace which incorporates the delightful gardens into this flowing family and entertaining space. The room has pale wood laminate flooring, a five amp table lighting circuit, 2 TV/audio points and a telephone point as well as featuring a recently fitted 4.5 kilowatt remote controlled gas fire with an impressive contemporary styled limestone surround and a timber mantel. Part-glazed doors lead to;
Dining Room With access to both the kitchen and reception room via part-glazed doors, this well-presented dining room has a window overlooking the rear gardens, a wood-effect laminate floor and space for a good sized dining table.
Kitchen fitted with a smart range of timber-fronted base and wall units with moulded resin work surfaces in a pale granite effect. The room boasts a sizeable central island unit with seating for up to four people, a range cooker with a gas hob, electric oven and extractor over, as well as having a stainless steel 1.5 bowl sink with adjacent channelled drainer and fresh water filter tap. The kitchen has ample storage space and housing for a refrigerator as well as space and plumbing for a dishwasher. A glazed door leads to the adjacent utility room.
Utility Room A modern utility room with a window to the front of the house and a loft hatch. The room has tiled floors and two built-in storage cupboards to include an airing cupboard and broom cupboard. The utility is fitted with a stainless steel sink and drainer with storage below and pale granite-effect surfaces, below which is space and plumbing for a washing machine and space for a dryer. The room also houses the gas-fired Worcester boiler, plumbed in water softener and fuse box. A further door leads from the kitchen to;
Boot Room/Store Built as an in-fill between the house and the garage, this useful and practical space has a tiled floor and external doors to the front and rear of the property, as well as a door to the integrated double garage. The room provides ample space for storage for outdoor clothes, coats, etc.
Attached Garage The attached double garage is of brick-faced cavity wall construction providing the potential to create extra living space if required. Presently the well-equipped garage has a Henderson up and over electric door, electric points and lighting.
First Floor Gallery Landing which has a window to the side of the house, a loft hatch and doors to;
Bedroom 1 With built-in storage, a wall-mounted TV point and a window to the rear of the house giving views over the gardens and countryside beyond. A door leads to the
En Suite Shower Room which provides a smart, contemporary designed space with limestone-effect tiling, a window to the rear and a contemporary suite to include a low-level WC, a large glazed shower unit with full pressure shower, a separate circuit towel radiator and basin with storage below.
Bedroom 2 A double room which is currently the main guest bedroom with built-in storage, wall-mounted TV point and a window to the front giving delightful open views over the front garden to a charming cottage.
Bedroom 3 A double room with a smart bank of built-in wardrobes with sliding doors and a rear window overlooking the main garden.
Bedroom 4/Study A single room/study with a window to the front of the house and a built-in wardrobe with a sliding door.
Bathroom A smart, contemporary bathroom which is half-tiled with a window to the front of the house and a white suite comprising a bath with full pressure shower over, WC and basin with storage below. Separate circuit towel rail.
Outside The property is approached through a pair of timber gates onto a smart block-paved driveway providing ample parking and turning space with access to the double garage. The adjacent front garden is mainly lawned and cleverly designed with three standings of ornamental trees to include silver birch, hawthorne and ornamental fruit, around which three sweeping areas of wild flower beds are planted with perennial wild flowers and tussock grasses. The rear garden is mainly lawned and interspersed with prairie-style planting and a chalk meadow bed planted with perennial wild flowers and grasses. A stand of birch trees give form to the garden as they sweep across the lawns. The garden benefits from two purpose-built wooden garden sheds with tiled roofs as well as a greenhouse. To the rear of the house is a large area of part-sunken decking (8.3 metres x 3.4 metres), which is accessible off the Reception Room, making a sheltered dining and entertaining space bordered with highly scented flower beds and raised herb beds which are ideally planted adjacent to the kitchen. The terrace benefits from sun awnings, infra-red halogen heating and lighting.
A copper beech hedge divides the ornamental garden from the vegetable garden which is situated to the far boundary and which comprises vegetable beds which are caged and non-caged adjacent to an area of lawn for quiet contemplation. A number of photographs are included to illustrate just a few of the special moments which the gardens create throughout the year.
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Important Information The particulars of this property are intended to give a fair and substantially correct overall description for the guidance of intending purchasers. No responsibility is to be assumed for the accuracy of individual items. No appliances have been tested. Fixtures, fittings, carpets and curtains are excluded unless otherwise stated. Plans/maps are not to specific scale, are based on information supplied and subject to verification on sale. It is understood that the property has mains water and electricity, LPG central heating system and private drainage although no utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage. The property is in Council Tax band E
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