3 bedroom detached house for saleWestrum Lane, Brigg
- Extended three bedroom detached family home with 1.45 acres (approximately) paddocks and stables
- Edge of town position with rural views
- 22'2 lounge, 17'3 dining room & generous breakfast kitchen
- Extensive reception parking & double garage
- Purpose built stables
- Future development possibilities & uplift clause applies
- Country living in town
- EPC Rating: C
EQUESTRIAN PROPERTY - 19 Westrum Lane holds a secret – this extended three bedroom detached house combines an established residential location with 1.45 acres approx. of paddock land (as well as the potential to rent up to 8 acres nearby) to create a unique family home suited to equestrian use on the fringe of the historic market town of Brigg. Enjoying views across the Ancholme Valley the paddocks create a peaceful haven away from the rigours of modern life. The home itself maximises the views with wide, rear facing patio doors to both floors ensuring warm light pervades the accommodation. A broad reception hall establishes a generous welcome and leads to both the rear facing lounge and the 17'2 dining room with double glazed conservatory beyond. The ground floor is completed by a forward facing breakfast kitchen – ideal for informal socialising. The feeling of light is continued to the first floor with the principal bedroom, in particular, enjoying expansive views.It is, however, the outside which defines 19 Westrum Lane : beyond the broad gravelled reception area a gated drive opens to the rear where, in addition to the 30' timber garage/workshop, there is a purpose built stable block and access to the 1.45 acre (approx.) paddock which enjoys a second vehicular access.
A structural report is available for this property on request.19 Westrum Lane – country living in town.
13' 0'' x 12' 0'' (3.96m x 3.65m)
Again enjoying rear, western views with radiator.
9' 7'' x 8' 11'' (2.92m x 2.72m)
Window to the front aspect, radiator and telephone point.
11' 5'' x 5' 9'' (3.48m x 1.75m)
Being traditionally appointed with a suite in white to include close coupled wc, pedestal wash hand basin, walk in shower enclosure with power shower, vertical towel radiator, extractor fan, uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect.
Wooden herringbone flooring, double glazed window.
With suite in white to include low flush wc, wall mounted wash hand basin, terrazzo tiled floor, radiator and uPVC double glazed window.
22' 2'' x 13' 5'' (6.75m x 4.09m)
Designed to maximize the western light with views to the rear stables via the full width uPVC double glazed French doors with matching side panels, painted fire surround, TV aerial point and two radiators.
17' 3'' x 12' 11'' (5.25m x 3.93m)
Ideally suited to more formal family celebrations with its herringbone Oak block flooring, painted timber fire surround, radiator and full width double glazed aluminium framed sliding patio doors to:
12' 10'' x 12' 1'' (3.91m x 3.68m)
Comprising of uPVC double glazed panels over brick plinths with hip and pitch translucent roof and French doors to the rear garden.
15' 7'' x 14' 8'' (4.75m x 4.47m)
The undoubted informal heart of the home being well appointed with a range of high and low fitted units to include double drainer stainless steel sink unit, terrazzo tiled floor, radiator, space and plumbing for washing machine, double glazed window to the front aspect, coving, tiled walls and brick built recess with inset beam and five burner Leisure gas range with extractor hood.
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uPVC double glazed window, gas fired central heating boiler and terrazzo flooring.
Double glazed window.
Double glazed window to the front aspect, radiator, access to roof space and fitted airing cupboard.
13' 5'' x 12' 0'' (4.09m x 3.65m)
Enjoying extensive views across the Ancholme Valley via wide sliding uPVC double glazed patio doors, radiator, TV aerial point.
The property is set back beyond timber fencing and a five bar gate opens to a broad gravelled reception area bounded to two sides by Beech hedging. Wide gates open to the rear reception area, again laid to gravel with timber garage/workshop (30' x 8') with double doors to the front and side and fitted windows. There is also a range of purpose built timber stables including two 12' by 12' loose boxes with autodrinks and a third 20' by 12' foaling stable currently used as a tack room and hay store. The stables benefit from an electricity supply, canopy, security lighting and water supply. A gate opens to the rear paddock which extends to approximately 1.45 acres or thereabouts and is reasonably level with hedged boundaries. There is an additional vehicular right of access to the northern side. The vendor also informs us that they currently lease a further 8 acres of paddock land nearby, and the owner of this paddock land would potentially lease it any...
Informal enquiries by the vendors of North Lincolnshire Council indicate that the paddock may be considered for potential residential development in the future and a development uplift clause of 45% of any future development value on the land, over the next 15 years, other than for agricultural amenity of equestrian purposes, will apply. If any potential purchaser wishes to make an offer on the basis of no uplift provision this could be removed with an increase in the purchase price. The vendor also informs us that the property is also offered to the market with the benefit of no upward chain.
Double glazed window to the front aspect, herringbone wood block flooring, radiator, return staircase to the first floor and telephone point.
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