6 bedroom house for saleHigh Street, Caistor
Sold STC £160,000
- Historic Property
- Six Bedrooms Master being En Suite
- Dining Kitchen
- Dining/Sitting Room
- Double Garage
- Numerous Out Buildings
This historic building is a largely unknown gem within the historic town of Caistor, dating back to 1832 and having been extended in 1865, the property boasts six double bedrooms, two large reception rooms, dining kitchen, downstairs WC, two bathrooms and surprisingly spacious out buildings consisting of an original laundry room and a stable block. 11.5 meter full head height basement, also not apparent from the front the access to the property is via a wide brick archway leading to timber gates which in turn gives access to gravel filled driveway and the gardens, the gardens themselves continue in an L shape to the rear of the property. The size of the accommodation and the gardens is readily apparent and can only be appreciated by an internal viewing, however it should be noted that certain remedial works are required and the property has been priced taking these into consideration.
Introduction - This historic building is a largely unknown gem within the historic town of Caistor, dating back to 1832 and having been extended in 1865, the property boasts six double bedrooms, two large reception rooms, dining kitchen, downstairs WC, two bathrooms and surprisingly spacious out buildings consisting of an original laundry room and a stable block. 11.5 meter full head height basement, also not apparent from the front the access to the property is via a wide brick archway leading to timber gates which in turn gives access to gravel filled driveway and the gardens, the gardens themselves continue in an L shape to the rear of the property. The size of the accommodation and the gardens is readily apparent and can only be appreciated by an internal viewing, however it should be noted that certain remedial works are required and the property has been priced taking these into consideration.
Situation - Caistor is a delightful Georgian market town in North Lincolnshire with a history dating back to Roman times and beyond. Town life revolves around the market square, which features over 50 Victorian and Georgian Grade II listed buildings. Families will be spoilt for choice, as Caistor is served by a number of excellent schools including Caistor Grammar School, one of the most respected in the country. There is an impressive number of traditional pubs and restaurants around the town. The Lincolnshire Wolds, which has been classified as an Area of Natural Beauty (AONB), offers a variety of outdoor pursuits. The property is ideally situated between the busy towns of Grimsby and Scunthorpe. The A46 runs just south of the development and takes you directly to Grimsby, which is just 12 1/2 miles away.
Directions - From Lovelle Estate Agency office Wrawby St, Brigg, North Lincolnshire DN20 8JJ, head east on Wrawby St towards Cross Street, Wrawby St turns right and becomes Queen Street, turn left onto Bigby Road, at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Bigby Rd/A1084, continue to follow A1084, at the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto Bigby Road/A1084, continue to follow A1084 entering Caistor on the High Street the property will be on the left and can be identified by our For Sale board.
Particulars Of Sale -
Reception Hall - 4.43 x 1.22 (14'6" x 4'0") - The front reception hall has a large timber door with glazing to the top, an archway leads to the inner hallway and internal doors to the lounge and formal dining room.
Lounge - 5.33 x 4.71 (17'6" x 15'5") - Sash windows to the front elevation with central heating radiator below, fireplace with tiled surround and hearth having fully working open fire within, decorative coving to the ceiling and deep skirting boards.
Dining Room/Second Sitting Room - 5.36 x 4.67 (17'7" x 15'4") - Being symmetrical to the lounge, the room benefits from marble fireplace, decorative coving to the ceiling, sash window to the front elevation with central heating radiator below and internal glazed door giving direct access to the dining kitchen.
Dining Kitchen - 7.22 x 4.05 max (23'8" x 13'3" max) - Originally two rooms but now opened up with an archway, under the current configuration there are two distinct areas the first being an informal dining area with white uPVC double glazed patio doors leading to the rear courtyard together with an additional window, timber surround fireplace with exposed brick having multi fuel stove within, further internal door leading to the inner hallway. The kitchen area has a window over looking the gardens, built in storage and a range of base units in a neutral cream finish with laminate worktop, stainless steel sink and tiled splashback, integrated four ring stainless steel hob with extractor over and built in electric oven with a tall larder unit. small breakfast bar and original access hatch leading to the next floor.
Additional Dining Kitchen Photo -
Downstairs Shower Room - 2.03 x 1.87 (6'8" x 6'2") - Two piece suite comprising: low flush close couple WC and pedestal basin, corner shower cubical with hinged glazed doors having water mains operated shower within.
Inner Hallway - 3.24 x 1.88 (10'8" x 6'2") - The inner hallway comes directly via an arch from the reception hall, having internal doors to the kitchen, downstairs WC and an external door leading to the rear courtyard, stairs to the first floor and door leading to the stairs to the basement.
Basement - 11.48 x 3.62 (37'8" x 11'11") - Fantastic traditional arched ceiling brick basement with brick flooring sub divided into two separate rooms with a further corridor leading to the staircase, the head height to the centre of the arch is a very usable 2.09 meters. The basement is equipped with florescent strip lighting and power sockets and still has the exposed coal shoots.
Additional Basement Photo -
Additional Basement Photo -
First Floor Accommodation -
Landing - 5.09 x 1.05 (16'8" x 3'5") - Staircase leads to the second floor and internal doors lead to three double bedrooms and a bathroom.
Bedroom One - 4.73 x 4.08 (15'6" x 13'5") - Sash window over looking the gardens, central heating radiator, access hatch to a small loft area and leading through to a en suite shower room and dressing room.
En Suite Shower Room - 2.45 x 2.12 (8'0" x 6'11") - Sash window over looking the gardens, white low flush close couple WC and double shower cubical with water mains operated shower within, basin within vanity unit, stainless steel heated towel rail and open to the dressing room.
Dressing Room - 2.47 x 1.98 (8'1" x 6'6") - With built in wardrobes and having a floor hatch with historic significance leading directly to the kitchen.
Bedroom Two - 5.21 x 4.75 (17'1" x 15'7") - Sash window to the front elevation with central heating radiator below, original decorative fireplace with Victorian style fire grate together with decorative tiled insets and hearth, this room has previously been used as a semi self contained extended family annexed apartment and is currently fitted with kitchen units and a sink this however could be readily rectified to a traditional bedroom or used as separate living quarters.
Bedroom Three - 4.66 x 3.56 (15'3" x 11'8") - Sash window to the front elevation with central heating below, original Victorian style open grate fireplace,
Bathroom - 3.55 x 3.29 (11'8" x 10'10") - Sash window to the front elevation, central heating radiator below, white three piece suite comprising: bath, pedestal basin and low flush close couple WC.
Second Floor Accommodation -
Landing - 7.53 x 1.19 (24'8" x 3'11") - Sash window over looking the courtyard and gardens, internal doors leading to three further bedrooms.
Bedroom Four - 5.00 x 4.76 (16'5" x 15'7") - Dual aspect with windows to both the front and rear, original Victorian open fireplace and central heating radiator.
Bedroom Five - 3.62 x 3.22 (11'11" x 10'7") - Sash windows to the front elevation with central heating radiator below.
Bedroom Six - 3.61 x 3.45 (11'10" x 11'4") - Sash windows to the front elevation with central heating radiator below and built in storage.
Externally To The Front - The front of the property is on the High street however to the side a wide brick arch leads to the rear of the property with double timber gates giving access to the courtyard and a through drive to the two garages.
Externally To The Rear - This hidden gem has a rear courtyard with gravel filled driveway which leads to a further garden which is fully enclosed and contains what is believed to be part of the old original Caistor Roman wall. In additional to the house there are two significant out buildings, the first was the original laundry the second is now a double garage, there has also been an addition of a garden room.
Rear Garden -
Additional Rear Garden Photo -
Laundry - 4.47 x 4.35 max (14'8" x 14'3" max) - Quarry tiled flooring, brick construction, a second floor which is currently only accessible via the first floor opening which would originally have had external steps leading to it.
Garage Block - Two individual garages both with up and over doors and having quarry tiled flagged flooring which presumably was the old coaching stables. A timber staircase gives access to the second floor via a hatch.
Garage Second Floor - 7.53 x 4.35 (24'8" x 14'3") - Having relatively recent roof joist and supporting timber this good size roof has three windows and currently used as a work shop.
Garden Room - 8.67 x 2.43 max (28'5" x 8'0" max) - With concrete flooring and brick dwarf wall the garden roof has timber windows and single ply polycarbonate roofing on timber joists. whilst in need of renovation this provides a useful space and could be readily converted to a summerhouse or greenhouse.
Sales Viewing - By appointment with the sole selling agents Lovelle Estate Agency telephone (01652) 658700.
We recommend prior to making an appointment to view, prospective purchasers discuss any particular points likely to affect their interest in the property with one of our property consultants who have seen the property in order that you do not make a wasted journey.
Mortgage Advice - Budgeting correctly and choosing the right mortgage for a move is vital.
For independent mortgage and insurance advice call our Independent mortgage advisor Helen Mackay 01652 658700
Conveyancing - We are able to assist with your legal requirements in relation to conveyancing and probate if required for both sales and purchases.
Please contact the Brigg office for further details 01652 658700
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