4 bedroom house for sale1 High Street, Eastoft, Scunthorpe
- Stands in approx 1/3 of an acre
- Four bedrooms
- Four reception rooms
- 2 Wood burning stoves and an open fire.
- Parking for several vehicles
- Village location
- Viewing highly recommended
Full descriptionThis lovingly restored cottage is a credit to its current owners and is located in the semi-rural village of Eastoft within access to Scunthorpe and the surrounding villages with schools and access to the motorway networks M180.and M62.Remodelled in 2002 to retain its original Georgian features and standing in approximately 1/3 of an acre of lawned grounds. Farmhouse cottage briefly comprises of entrance lobby, lounge, sitting room, breakfast/ kitchen, snug, study, two bedrooms and bathroom on the ground floor and master bedroom with ensuite facitlities, bedroom four and additional bathroom on the first floor. Double glazed wooden windows. Economy seven heating system and 2 wood burning stoves and an open fire.. Driveway with ample parking. Sizeable mature gardens. Contact agents for internal inspection.
Bedroom 1 - 4.400m x 3.200m -
Bedroom 2 - 4.400m x 3.200m -
Bedroom 3 - 3.900mx 3.600m -
Bedroom 4 - 4.000m x 3.900m -
Reception 1 - 3.900m x 39.00m -
Reception 2 - 3.900m x 3.600m -
Reception 3 - 3.400m x3.300m -
Kitchen - 5.100m x 3.200m -
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