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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Wildwind, Parklands, Mumby, Skegness

Removed £220,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A large family home with beautiful sweeping gardens
  • 5 Bedrooms or 4 Bedrooms + a Games/snooker room
  • Hallway, Lounge (with feature fireplace), Dining Kitchen & Study/Snug
  • Also downstairs incl 3 good sized bedrooms, a shower room and bathroom
  • Oil central heating, cavity wall insulation & double glazing
  • Very large, stunning, sweeping mature rear gardens with low maintenance front garden
  • Garage & long block paved driveway - (plenty of parking) + oversized Garage
  • Potential for use as a B&B/guest house (subj to relevant planning/building regs)
  • Defintely one of those homes that must be seen from the inside!

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

SEPTEMBER SPECIAL - OFFERS OVER £220,000 This property is all about SIZE! Not to be judged from the front aspect - A very deceptive, rather special, spacious family home on a very large garden plot. With potentially FIVE bedrooms (one of which is 20' x 15'!). Internal viewing is the only way to get an appreciation of the size. The home is of a dormer style & in addition to the bedrooms there is a bathroom and shower room. There is also potential & space to put a shower room upstairs to service the large rooms/bedrooms. Also downstairs there is a long horseshoe shaped hallway with a dining kitchen (cooking range included), lounge with feature fireplace and study/snug which in turn leads out onto the sun terrace. Benefits include oil central heating, double glazing and cavity wall insulation. Outside, the property really comes into its own, with a long block paved driveway providing lots of off road parking + an oversized garage/workshop (with its own WC) and low maintenance front garden. The impressive rear gardens are much larger than you would expect and sweep down from the large sun terrace to offer a beautiful, expansive mature garden, with additional low level patio/seating area. A home, in a lovely Lincolnshire village setting - believed to have been built by the builder of the close for his own habitation, hence the premium position.

Entrance Lobby
Having a part glazed entrance door with matching side screen, and access leads through into the main hallway with a doorway to the stairs leading up to the landing.(It may be possible to separate the upper floor/rooms to create an annexe).

Having a radiator, storage cupboard under stairs and ceiling light points. The hallway extends in a large horseshoe shape to provide access to all the downstairs rooms.

Dining Kitchen 4.04m (13'3") x 3.61m (11'10")
Having a single drainer stainless steel sink unit and mixer tap set in roll edged work surfaces extending to provide a range of Shaker style cream base cupboards and drawers under together with matching range of wall mounted storage cupboards over, space for fridge, tiled recess housing, leisure range master cooking range (included in the sale), space and plumbing for automatic washing machine with matching door front, laminate wood flooring, radiator, tiled splash backs to work surfaces, coving to ceiling, inset ceiling spotlights and UPVC double glazed side entrance door.

Lounge 6.10m (20'0") x 4.27m (14'0") max
Having a feature exposed brick inglenook style fireplace incorporating living flame gas fire with storage cupboards and display shelving, two radiators, television point, double aspect windows overlooking the rear gardens, coving to ceiling, three wall light points and ceiling light point.

Study/Office/Snug 3.05m (10'0") x 2.44m (8'0")
Having a radiator, coving to ceiling, ceiling light point. Double glazed patio doors lead to the raised terrace area and garden.

Bedroom One (rear) 4.17m (13'8") x 3.48m (11'5") max width
Having a wall length range of built-in wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving, radiator, coving to ceiling and ceiling light point.

Bathroom 2.74m (9'0") max x 2.72m (8'11")
Being tiled and having a three-piece white suite comprising panelled bath set in tiled splash surround with antique style mixer tap/shower attachment, tiled shower cubicle with electric shower therein, hand-basin set in vanity unit with toiletry cupboards under, close coupled WC with concealed cistern, radiator, moisture resistant laminate floor covering, coving to ceiling and ceiling light point. Built in airing cupboard housing insulated hot water cylinder with electric immersion heater and slatted shelving.

Bedroom Two 4.50m (14'9") maximum x 3.05m (10'0") maximum
Having a range of built-in wardrobes with hanging rails, shelving and end display shelves, radiator, coving to ceiling and ceiling light point.

Bedroom Three 3.35m (11'0") x 2.31m (7'7")
Having fitted wardrobes set around the bed space with hanging rails and shelving, radiator, coving to ceiling with fluorescent wall light over bed.

Shower Room (Jack & Jill style) access directly from the bedroom and hallway
Having a tiled shower cubicle with mixer shower therein, hand-basin set in vanity unit with toiletry cupboards under, ceiling light point.

Stairs & Landing
Having access to roof space, ceiling light point, two built-in storage cupboards with further access into loft, space with light and being part boarded for storage.

Bedroom Four 4.62m (15'2") x 4.22m (13'10")
Having radiator, access to roof space and ceiling light point.

Bedroom Five/Games & Snooker Room 6.05m (19'10") x 4.60m (15'1")
Having a radiator and ceiling light point.

The property is approached over a block paved driveway providing ample off-road parking for number of vehicles and access to the garage. The front gardens have been mainly lawned for ease of maintenance with hedging and shrubs set thereto and a central lawned area, as well as a raised circular feature brick planter. Access can be gained around either side of the property but the left hand side widens out to provide a further large lawn which in turn opens out into the rear garden.

The beautiful extensive rear gardens widen out to provide a beautiful landscape largely comprising lawns, but with numerous mature plants bushes and trees set within, and to the boundaries with a garden path and large paved terrace area with garden wall and wrought iron fencing and two garden gates lead out on to the lawn (also accessed from the study). Being in a raised position the terrace looks down over the gardens and open countryside beyond. The gardens really are a sight to behold and are best seen on a nice sunny day with views for many miles.


Timber garden shed.

Garage 8.92m (29'3") x 3.02m (9'11")
Of brick and concrete block construction with concrete floor, up and over door, shelving, power points, oil central heating boiler, separate area housing a WC. Further double doors at the rear provide access with a ramp leading down into the garden. (Ideal for a ride on lawnmower).

Sellers Thoughts:-
"Looking for a Tardis, you just found it, Do not drive by this property, book an internal inspection, The clue is in the aerial shot , check out the roof footprint and compare it to the smaller bungalows either side.
Wildwind has the potential to be a flood free building you gently rise up into the old part of Mumby and a gentle gradient out the other side, The large South facing garden also falls away from the property giving it extra character rather than the usual flat Lincolnshire landscapes. This would be ideal for the keen gardener as parts of the lawned areas could be altered into terracing to create more flower or vegetable beds if required. We already hold 3 certificates from "Mumby in bloom".
We moved from Yorkshire to Mumby in the 90s being only the third owners of this bungalow, The original owner was one of the brothers who built Parklands with all individually designed bungalows. He kept Wildwind for his own family home, hence the over-sizing of the property with all bedrooms being capable of taking a double bed and the 2 massive upstairs rooms would easily take king and super king with no problems,
Separate access to the 1st floor is via a lock-able door in the lobby so gives plenty of options regarding rent a room, granny or teenager annexe etc. It would benefit from a shower room upstairs, in my opinion this could be done quite readily using the rear landing cupboard.
The existing bathroom is quite large and i am sure would accommodate a wheelchair if needed to get between wc, basin, bath and shower.
All in all a large happy family home, ideal for young families as the school bus stops at the end of the road for Alford, or as we did when retiring bought this so that all the family would be able to visit in comfort."

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
12 September 2016

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