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6 bedroom detached house for sale

The Lodge, Fraisthorpe, East Riding of Yorkshire

Sold STC £499,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Lots of potential for a variety of uses
  • Spacious five bedroomed detached farmhouse
  • Large plot extending to approx 1 acre
  • 60' two storey brick built barn with entertainment room
  • Large former haulage yard with hanger building
  • Lovely well secluded gardens

Full description

A rare opportunity to acquire a spacious five bedroomed detached former farm house which stands in a large plot extending to approximately 1 acre with well secluded gardens, a 60ft long two storey brick built barn which provides an entertainment room, a large office and ancillary accommodation, and a large former haulage yard with a substantial hanger style building and more off street parking than you can imagine! This property offers much more than you may think and has lots of potential to be developed for a variety of uses subject to planning. All in all this is a property that simply must be viewed!
Energy Rating - E
Main Description A rare opportunity to acquire a spacious five bedroomed detached former farm house which stands in a large plot extending to approximately 1 acre with well secluded gardens, a 60ft long two storey brick built barn which provides an entertainment room, a large office and ancillary accommodation, and a large former haulage yard with a substantial hanger style building and more off street parking than you can imagine! This property offers much more than you may think and has lots of potential to be developed for a variety of uses subject to planning. All in all this is a property that simply must be viewed!
Energy Rating - E


Property ref: 121_2399_4044243


LOCATION 

This property stands in a large plot extending in all to approximately 1 acre with well secluded gardens, the main garden being south facing. The property also enjoys some lovely views from the upstairs windows over the main garden, St Edmund Church and open fields beyond.

The property is located within a small rural hamlet known as Fraisthorpe with the front entrance leading off a narrow roadway opposite to the church. The narrow roadway leads down to a long, sandy beach (about 1.25 miles by road) which is regarded by many as the finest beach in East Yorkshire. Fraisthorpe leads off the A165 Hull to Bridlington Road approximately 4 miles to the south of Bridlington (which can be reached on foot via the beach).

GENERAL 

This property offers much, much more than you may think and certainly deserves a full inspection! There is a spacious five bedroomed detached former farmhouse with a double garage and stores, a 60ft long two storey brick built barn which is currently used as a music recording studio, office and ancillaries but could be used for many other purposes (e.g. to be converted into a residential annexe or holiday lets etc subject of course to planning) and a large former haulage yard with a 58ft x 44ft hanger. This property would be ideal for those wishing to work from home or for those looking to develop a secondary income from the tourist industry i.e. subject to planning the converted barn offers potential for holiday lets and the former haulage yard may offer potential for timber lodges.

ACCOMMODATION 

The spacious accommodation has OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING via hot water radiators supplemented by under floor heating in the breakfast room, UPVC DOUBLE GLAZING, a BURGLAR ALARM and is arranged on three floors as follows:

FRONT PORCH 

With feature arched entrance door, tiled flooring and inner door leading through to:

RECEPTION HALL 
11' 5" x 20' 6" (3.48m x 6.25m)
With a spindled staircase leading off and incorporating a cloaks cupboard under, delft racks and two central heating radiators.

LOUNGE 
16' 11" x 14' 10" (5.16m x 4.52m)
With a feature open fireplace, double doors leading in from the hall, double French doors leading out into the main garden and two central heating radiators.

OUTSIDE 

The property has two separate gated entrances leading in from the road. The front entrance is located opposite the village church and opens into a large gravelled PARKING COURT which provides access to an open fronted TWO BAY GARAGE 22'7" x 15'10". There is also a brick and cobble built STORE which adjoins the rear of the garage and measures about 25'6" x 16'3" and a modern brick and block built WORKSHOP/STORE 18'6" x 16'. A driveway extends alongside the annexe and leads into an extra large concreted and gravelled PARKING COURT which has the second gated entrance leading in from the road known locally as Fraisthorpe High Street.

THE GARDENS 

The main garden is positioned to the front of the house and enjoys a very well secluded south facing aspect. There are lawns, well stocked borders, a pergola covered in climbing plants, a small pond and two large SUN TERRACES. There is also a large, part brick built SUMMER HOUSE which measures about 19'6" x 12', a smaller timber built SUMMER HOUSE and external lighting.

OPEN PORCH 

With front entrance door opening into:

ENTRANCE HALL 
8' x 18' 6" (2.44m x 5.64m)
With a small kitchen area and leading to:

MUSIC ROOM 
30' 10" x 18' 6" (9.40m x 5.64m)
This room is currently used as a recording studio but was previously used as an entertainments room and would also be suitable for use as a gym etc. The room has a two storey height ceiling with a mezzanine floor and gallery, a full height open brick fireplace, three central heating radiators, double French doors and rear porch leading off.

SHOWER ROOM 

CLOAKS/W.C. 

With a low level w.c., fitted base cupboard and wash hand basin.

STUDIO 
14' 1" x 18' 6" (4.29m x 5.64m)
With one central heating radiator.

BEDROOM 
7' 6" x 18' 4" (2.29m x 5.59m)
With a slimline storage heater and one central heating radiator.

FIRST FLOOR OFFICE 

With external stone steps leading up from the parking courtyard as well as double doors leading in from mezzanine floor. This measures 18'9" x 32'3" overall, has a large walk in store and two central heating radiators.

General 

This building was used to service the haulage vehicles and measures about 44' x 58' overall with two up and over roller shutter doors, a personal door, inspection pit and a sub divided former office area.

TENURE 

The tenure of this property is understood to be freehold (confirmation to be provided by the vendors solicitors) and vacant possession will be given upon completion at a date to be agreed.

EXTRAS 

All fitted floor coverings, together with other fixtures and fittings detailed in these sales particulars, will be included in the sale price.

EPC 

The full Energy Performance Certificate can be viewed at www.epcregister.com, alternatively we can supply a hard copy upon request.

STAMP DUTY
Did you know that the stamp duty land tax rates changed in December 2014? You may now be paying less than you think! The new rates are as follows:
Up to £125,000 Zero
Over £125,000 to £250,000 2%
Over £250,000 to £925,000 5%
Over £925,000 to £1.5 million 10%
Over £1.5 million 12%

N.B. These rates do not apply to additional residential properties where higher rates may be charged from 1st April 2016.

ADJOINING BATHROOM 
16' 1" x 6' 5" (4.90m x 1.96m)
With a three piece white suite comprising a twin ended freestanding bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c., a good range of matching fitted bathroom cabinets and drawers, ceramic tile flooring, part tiled walls, underfloor heating, a ladder style hot towel rail and one central heating radiator.

BEDROOM 2 
17' 5" x 16' 6" (5.31m x 5.03m)
With an ornamental cast iron basket grate fireplace, built in wardrobe and two central heating radiators. This bedroom also enjoys a lovely outlook over the main garden, church and open fields beyond.

BEDROOM 3 
17' 8" x 12' 9" (5.38m x 3.89m)
With two central heating radiators. This room enjoys a similar outlook to that from bedroom 2.

FAMILY BATHROOM 
15' x 13' 8" (4.57m x 4.17m)
With a four piece white suite comprising a twin ended bath, independent shower cubicle, fitted vanity unit with wash hand basin and a low level w.c. There is also a large built in linen cupboard, downlighting and two central heating radiators.

LANDING 
11' 10" x 17' 1" (3.61m x 5.21m) overall
With an enclosed staircase leading up from the first floor landing, a dormer window providing some lovely views and stretching down to the sea, and one central heating radiator.

BEDROOM 4 
17' 4" x 16' (5.28m x 4.88m)
With a dormer window providing a similar outlook to that from the landing, fitted wardrobes and cupboards.

BEDROOM 5 
10' 2" x 17' 5" (3.10m x 5.31m)
With a dormer window providing a similar outlook to that from the landing, fitted wardrobes and a very useful walk in store.

DINING ROOM 
14' 5" x 19' 3" (4.39m x 5.87m) overall
With a full height brick chimney breast, matching exposed brickwork to most of the walls and a rear entrance porch which leads directly out into the rear garden.

SITTING ROOM 
18' 3" x 12' 5" (5.56m x 3.78m)
With a cast iron log burning stove set into a recess in the chimney breast, double French doors leading through to the conservatory, ceiling cornice and one central heating radiator.

CONSERVATORY 
14' 5" x 12' (4.39m x 3.66m) overall (measured to the glass)
With a brick base, windows on three sides, double French doors leading out into the main garden, a pitched polycarbonate covered roof, ceramic tile flooring, underfloor heating and one central heating radiator.

BREAKFAST ROOM 
10' 2" x 16' 3" (3.10m x 4.95m)
With open plan kitchen leading off, ceramic tile flooring, a fitted cream welsh dresser style unit and under floor heating.

KITCHEN 
32' 4" x 12' 11" (9.86m x 3.94m)
With a comprehensive range of matching fitted base and wall units which incorporate solid oak fronts and contrasting granite worksurfaces with an inset 1 1/2 bowl stainless sink and tiled splashbacks, ceramic tile flooring and one central heating radiator. There is an oil fired Aga cooker set into a recess with a brick and tiled surround, a built in Neff oven and ceramic hob, an integrated dishwasher and a cream coloured breakfast bar with a solid wooden worksurface and an integrated wine cooler. An archway leads through to a further kitchen area 10'3" x 5'5" which is fitted out with cream base and wall units with solid wooden worksurfaces, tiled splashbacks and an integrated larder style fridge.

KITCHEN PHOTO 

REAR PORCH 

With doorway leading out into the rear garden and a further doorway leading through to:

UTILITY ROOM 
9' 2" x 13' 6" (2.79m x 4.11m) overall
With a range of fitted base and tall units incorporating contrasting worksurfaces with an inset stainless steel sink, plumbing for an automatic washer, space for a tumble drier and ceramic tile flooring.

SPACIOUS LANDING 
11' 9" x 17' 3" (3.58m x 5.26m)
With a spindled balustrade to the stairwell, a sitting area and a lovely outlook over the main garden, St Edmund Church and open fields beyond. There is also a central heating radiator.

BEDROOM 1 (REAR) 
15' 8" x 19' 7" (4.78m x 5.97m) overall
With an ornamental basket grate cast iron fireplace, a deep built in wardrobe cupboard and two central heating radiators.

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