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4 bedroom cottage for sale

Brook Street, Hemswell, Gainsborough, DN21

Sold STC £349,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four Bedroomed Detached Georgian Cottage
  • Dual Aspect Lounge With Inglenook Fireplace
  • Bespoke Painted Solid Wood Kitchen
  • Groundfloor Shower Room
  • Additional Small Paddock with Stables & Fruit Trees
  • Octagonal Timber Summer House
  • Stone Built Detached Garage
  • EPC Rating: E

Full description

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Fine and Country Northern Lincolnshire present to the market thisoutstanding four bedroom detached Georgian cottage of relaxed elegance and fullof quintessential English charm. Situated within the conservation area of thepopular village of Hemswell and being one of the longest standing cottages fromthe 1700’s in the village, this improved family home is sympatheticallyappointed throughout to retain the balance between traditional and modern life.Approached from a gated gravel driveway with a boundary of maturehedging, trees and shrubs this double fronted Cotswold stone built cottage withbrick edging is an appealing property to most with a canopied timber porchwayadding to the exterior charm. The cottage intimacy is evident in the dualaspect lounge room with its cosy Inglenook fireplace reflected in the adjacentsitting room which offers a brick fireplace with inset iron fire grate whichwould make an ideal formal dining room if required. The distinctive bespokepainted solid wood kitchen with solid pippy oak and distinctive red granitesurfaces which provides the heart of the home and looks out onto the rear patioand garden. A ground floor shower room is off the inner hallway which leads tothe spindled staircase.The galleried landing with timber latched doors leads to the first floorfour bedrooms with natural timber flooring and presented in a country cottagestyle to reflect the ground floor which are served by a family bathroom withtraditional styled suite.The delightful, landscaped grounds complement the cottage beautifullyfrom the front garden with its manicured lawn and central paved pathway to thefront of the cottage. The gravel laid reception space to the side and rearopens to a stone built detached garage completed by a shaped lawn to the rearwith a painted octagonal timber summer house which is nestled amongst the deepfilled floral and shrub borders.


ACCOMMODATION 
Approached from a canopied timber porchway through a wooden entrance door with twin patterned glass panels.

LOUNGE 
13' 10'' x 12' 9'' (4.22m x 3.89m)
A beautifully presented lounge room with a charming Inglenook fireplace with a multi fuel burning stove mounted on a brick hearth with timber mantle. Decorative flush to ceiling beams with two exposed cross beams, radiator, ceiling light point. Timber framed double glazed sash window to the front and double glazed timber framed window to the side. Timber latch door to:

INNER HALLWAY  
With timber framed double glazed sliding sash windows to the rear, radiator, access to staircase with under stairs storage cupboard, decorative beamed ceiling, ceiling light point and latch door to:

GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM 
7' 6'' x 5' 1'' (2.29m x 1.55m)
Half tiled walls in white with raised patterned border tile, tiled floor, low level w.c, pedestal hand wash basin, shower cubicle with thermostatically controlled shower, ceiling light point, covered radiator and sliding sash obscure glass double glazed window to the side.

SITTING/DINING ROOM 
12' 8'' x 11' 10'' (3.85m x 3.61m)
A charming front facing reception room currently used as a sitting room which could be used as a formal dining room if required. With floor to ceiling brick chimney breast and fire place with inset wrought iron open fire grate set on a brick hearth, sliding sash glass double glazed window to the front.

BREAKFAST KITCHEN  
21' 9'' x 11' 6''max (6.64m x 3.51m)
A bespoke fitted kitchen with handmade solid wood units painted in a soft cream to include a dresser style unit with patterned red Italian granite surface, larder style cabinet, plate rack with cupboard over, base units with inset drawers, over worktop cabinets and a tiled inset with hand built surround to match the kitchen with oak mantle housing a Rangemaster five ring hob with three ovens stove. Pippy oak working surface and Italian red patterned granite surface with inset Belfast style double sink unit with mixer tap over and arched cupboard under. Tiled floor, decorative beamed ceiling with ceiling light point, two radiators with dual aspect sliding sash double glazed window to the side and rear of the property. Space for family breakfasting table. A stable style split timber door with top glazed panels gives access to the side.

STAIRS  
Painted spindled staircase with square edge spindles and newel posts with polished wood handrail timber framed small double glazed window to the rear. Integrated feature Cotswold stone wall extending the character and charm of the property.

LANDING 
Two ceiling light points, radiator, two timber framed small double glazed windows to the rear, one timber framed double glazed window to the side, latched timber doors to first floor rooms.

BEDROOM ONE  
12' 10'' x 12' 3'' (3.90m x 3.74m)
Timber framed double glazed sliding sash window to the front, natural wood timber flooring, ceiling light point and radiator.

BEDROOM TWO  
13' 11'' x 12' 10'' (4.23m x 3.90m)
Access to loft space, radiator, ceiling light point, natural wood timber flooring, timber framed double glazed sliding sash window to the front.

BEDROOM THREE  
9' 9'' x 7' 7'' (2.97m x 2.30m)
Currently used as a study, ceiling light point, radiator, dual aspect with a timber framed double glazed sliding sash window to the side and small double glazed timber framed window to the rear and natural wood timber flooring.

BEDROOM FOUR 
11' 7'' x 10' 3'' (3.52m x 3.12m)
With natural wood timber flooring, ceiling light point, radiator, access to loft space, dual aspect with a timber framed double glazed sliding sash window to the side and rear, built in latched door wooden wardrobe.

FAMILY BATHROOM 
7' 5'' x 7' 1'' (2.27m x 2.15m)
Sliding sash obscure glass double glazed window to the side, half tiled walls, natural wood timber flooring, radiator and ceiling light point. Fitted with a traditional three piece suite to include a low level w.c, pedestal hand wash basin with traditional chrome taps and a tiled panelled bath.

OUTSIDE 
The property is approached via a broad gravelled drive which is entered through traditional farm style gates. To the front of the property are two manicured lawn areas with floral borders and stone flagged walkways, the front garden is bordered by a dry stone wall with timber gated access to central walk way, the gravelled driveway leads to an allocated turning area and a double garage. To the rear of the property, accessed via the lawn area is an additional paddock measuring approx 23m x 18m and includes stabling and a vegetable plot.

DOUBLE GARAGE  
18' 6'' x 21' 6'' (5.63m x 6.55m)
Double width stone and brick built garage with feature brick work, double width electric roll over door, clay pan tile roof, timber framed side window, painted wood side access door, power, and light and outside water tap. The garage has been designed in such a way as to be able to accommodate taller and larger vehicles, with a maximum entry height of 2.24 m / 7' 4''. Directly to the rear of the property are two stone flagged patio areas with block coble borders that intern lead to an individually shaped lawned area that is bordered by mature floral and shrub beds. There are a selection of stone wall raised beds with floral features and the rear border is a mature Hawthorn hedge with gated access to a paddock area. Immediately to the rear of the garage is a timber green house with flagged and gravelled walk way with timber staging, to the side of the lawned area is an octagonal painted wooden summer house on a small flagged hard standing. Discretely situated in the...

NOTE 
The property is of stone construction with small brick arches over lower floor windows and doors with a traditional style clay pan tile roof and is situated within the conservation area of Hemswell village. Hemswell village still has its traditional maypole which is still used annually. The property is fully central heated via an oil fired system.

LOCATION 
Hemswell is a small village in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire. It is situated just north of the A631 on the Lincoln Cliff escarpment, 2 miles west from Caenby Corner and 7 miles east from Gainsborough. There is a local working man's club the Butchers Knook and village church. The village of Willoughton is under 2 miles away with local public house, village shop and primary school that can be accessed via an open countryside walk via the rear of the property. The town of Kirton Lindsey is approximately 5.5 miles away with a wider variety of shopping, public houses, restaurants and senior school.

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14 August 2017

Nearest station

  • Kirton Lindsey (5.3 mi)
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Fine & Country, North Lincolnshire

Osborne Chambers 25 Osborne Street, Grimsby, DN31 1EY

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Osborne Chambers 25 Osborne Street, Grimsby, DN31 1EY

01472 867880 Local call rate

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Nearest station

  • Kirton Lindsey (5.3 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Fine & Country, North Lincolnshire

Osborne Chambers 25 Osborne Street, Grimsby, DN31 1EY

01472 867880 Local call rate

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