3 bedroom cottage for saleHurnbridge Road, New York, Lincoln, Lincs.
Sold STC £225,000
- STUNNING LOCATION & COTTAGE
- 1.33 ACRE, LANDSCAPED GARDENS
- EXTENSIVE PARKING & POTENTIAL
- 2 1/2 BED DETACHED COTTAGE
- SITTING, DINING & STUDY ROOMS
- DBLE GLAZED, CENTRAL HEATING
- RENOVATED BRICK OUTBUILDING
- POTENTIAL ANNEX
- Other BUILDINGS, SHEDS, PATIO etc
- FAR REACHING COUNTRY VIEWS
Stunning location, country cottage built circa 1800, set in one and a third acres (sts) of beautifully landscaped gardens with far reaching countryside views to the front and rear with very generous parking, potential and a refurbished brick outbuilding that may provide a granny annex subject to planning.
The gardens consist of extensive lawns, an old orchard, some mature trees, mixed hedgerow, mostly hawthorn with some privet, soft fruit area and vegetable garden. It has been managed as a low-chemical, wildlife- and bee-friendly garden for over 30 years and during that time extensive wildlife records have been collected. Wildflowers include snowdrops and ramsons (wild garlic) in the orchard, cowslips near the oak tree and yellow rattle in several areas. Flocks of fieldfares visit the orchard in winter to feed on the windfalls. There is also a small pond which has recently been cleaned out and is looking very promising, greenhouse and two sheds as well as brick outbuildings.
The brick outbuildings include a former wash house, former privy and a renovated substantial former joiner's workshop and wheelwright's with replacement roof and UPVC double glazing having the potential to be converted into a granny annex subject to planning.
The two and a half bedroom detached cottage consists of an entrance lobby, kitchen, sitting, dining and study rooms, bathroom with separate shower over the bath, generous master bedroom with dressing area and two built in double wardrobes, second double bedroom from which the third single bedroom with sloping ceiling is accessed. It also benefits from double glazing, central heating and a wonderful patio from which to enjoy the gardens.
Lastly there is an enormous amount of off road parking which can easily be extended past the five bar vehicular access gate into the gardens with more than enough room for a detached double garage if required, subject to planning.
New York is a hamlet in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England in the Lincolnshire Fens and the property is only about 3.5 miles from the village of Coningsby whose amenities include a primary school, supermarket, post office, butchers, hairdressers, electrical store, doctors, public house restaurants and the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre. Coningsby is separated by the River Bain for fishing from historic Tattershall with its castle, schools, library, country park and water sports centre and is less than 8 miles from tree lined Woodhall Spa, home of the National Golf Course.
(photo shows view to the front)
View to the rear
Far reaching countryside views to the front and rear.
The hedgerow includes ash, hawthorn, wild plums great for jam, holly, sycamore, privet, elder, laburnum and hazel. A "dog fence" runs along the hedgerow and a traditional Lincolnshire post-and-rail fence runs along the south boundary.
Very generous gravelled off road parking, generally square in shape, which also has a wooden five bar vehicular gate off to the gardens and a small wooden shed within the parking area.
All enclosed by mature dense hedging to the front, brick wall to one side (with metal scrolled pedestrian gate giving access to the cottage outbuildings and the grounds), to the other side by hedging and block work and to the rear by post and rail with the five bar vehicular gate.
Adjacent to the parking area is the gable end of the substantial brick outbuilding which has an outside sensor lantern light and electric car power point.
From the car parking area a path leads past the substantial brick outbuilding which maybe converted into separate accommodation subject to planning, the brick former wash house and the brick former privy to the side of the cottage and to it's entrance door, adjacent to which is the electricity meter wall housing as well as an outside corner lantern light and outside water tap.
Paving leads all around the property including on the far side looking onto the orchard and also to the extensive paved patio with glorious beds of plants and shrubs and stunning views of the landscaped gardens.
Gardens (photo shows view from the patio)
The plot extends to approximately one and a third acres subject to a survey (sts) and is laid to lawn with a wealth of established trees, extensive established beds of plants and shrubs, an orchard, soft fruit area, vegetable garden, bee keeping apiary and paths as well as far reaching countryside views. The whole of the garden is enclosed with majority hedging, some post and rail fencing and has been extensively wire fenced for a dog.
Another view of the garden
Garden trees include evergreen oaks, a sweet chestnut, a lime tree from Lincoln Cathedral Close stock, an oak planted mid 1980s, Japanese maple, small-leaved elm, coppiced hazel, 2 weeping willows, holly, yew, weeping birch, magnolia and several kinds of evergreens, large and small.
Third view of the gardens
The old orchard contains historic varieties including Newton Wonder 1870, Warner's King 1895, Annie Elisabeth 1857, Bramley 1809 and Blenheim Orange 1945. A modern apple variety, Spartan, provides excellent eaters. 2 other apple trees are unidentified, but one may be "Old Man".
Soft fruit area
There is a soft fruit area with red and black currants, raspberries and a gooseberry. Fruit trees include a Victoria plum (rather old but still productive), a Golden plum, Quince (Cydonia oblonga), Greengage, sweet black cherry and other cherry trees.
Wooden sheds & greenhouse
Shed one 9'11" by 7'11" (3m 2cm x 2m 41cm) max dimensions.
Entered via double doors, is large enough to accommodate ride on lawn mower and has windows to the side overlooking the vegetable garden.
Shed two 8'11" by 7' (2m 72cm x 2m 13cm) max dimensions
Window to the side to the orchard.
Greenhouse 16'4" by 8'3" (4m 98cm x 2m 51cm)
Cottage entrance ( 7'6" by 3'5" (2m 29cm x 1m 4cm) max dimensions)
Entered via a panelled modern composite external door with top two panels double glazed, ceiling light, access to roof void (via aluminium loft ladder, and has light and is majority boarded), built in shelved cupboard with coat racks under, book shelf, thermostat control for the central heating, security control pad, electricity fuse boxes, tile effect vinyl flooring and wooden doors off to both the kitchen (which in turn leads to the dining room, sitting room and study) and to the bathroom.
Kitchen ( 9'2" by 7'3" (2m 79cm x 2m 21cm))
Dual aspect, double glazed windows to the rear and side overlooking the gardens, ceiling strip light, exposed timber ceiling beam, range of kitchen wooden fronted base units including drawers and swing out bin unit, matching wall units, shelving, ceramic tiled worktops, stainless steel sink with drainer and swan neck mixer taps, part tiled walls with matching window sill, space for slot in Hotpoint Experience electric cooker, glass fronted with double oven, grill and four ring ceramic hob, space for under counter fridge, space and plumbing for washing machine, three double and two single electrical power sockets, double radiator with thermostat valve, extractor fan, tile effect vinyl flooring and wooden latch door off to the dining room.
Dining room ( 12'2" by 8'7" (3m 71cm x 2m 62cm) PLUS recess)
Double glazed window to the rear overlooking the garden with far reaching countryside views beyond, hard wired smoke and carbon monoxide alarm, feature fireplace with wooden surround and mantle, tiled hearth and inset cast iron pot belly stove, adjacent to the fireplace is is a full height shelved pantry cupboard, radiator with thermostat valve, double and single electrical power sockets, tile effect vinyl flooring and wooden panelled door off to the sitting room, wooden latch door off to the study and period latch door off to the staircase to the first floor.
Sitting room ( 13'7" by 10'11" (4m 14cm x 3m 33cm) max dimensions)
Double glazed window to the front overlooking the patio with stunning landscaped gardens, Parkray glass fronted multi fuel feature burner, adjacent to the fireplace there is built in shelving, double radiator with thermostat valves, TV aerial, two double electrical power sockets and carpet.
Study ( 7'5" by 7' (2m 26cm x 2m 13cm) PLUS recess)
Window to the side overlooking the patio and orchard, radiator with thermostat valve, telephone point, double electrical power socket, tile effect vinyl flooring, wealth of built in shelving, part sloping ceiling and wooden door to understairs storage cupboard.
Bathroom with shower over the bath ( 7'2" by 6'6" (2m 18cm x 1m 98cm) incl. cupboards)
UPVC obscure double glazed window to the front, two walls fully tiled (including window sill) with a feature central border, panelled bath with separate shower, rail and curtain over the bath, pedestal hand basin, mid level flush toilet, radiator, wall mounted electric blow heater, double fronted boiler shelved cupboard (housing the Worcester Heatslave 12/14 floor mounted oil fired combination boiler) having a triple top cupboard over.
Master bedroom ( 15'8" by 10'8" (4m 78cm x 3m 25cm) max dimensions incl dressing area but excl built in wardrobes)
Double glazed window to the front overlooking the patio and stunning landscaped garden, radiator with thermostat valve, TV aerial, telephone extension point, double and a single electrical power sockets, opening off to the dressing area which has its own double glazed window to the front, another double electrical power socket, its own ceiling light, two built in double wardrobes (each having hanging rail with shelf over) and carpet.
Bedroom two ( 13'1" by 8'11" (3m 99cm x 2m 72cm) PLUS recess)
Window to the rear overlooking the garden with far reaching views beyond, access to roof void, radiator with thermostat valve, double and single electrical power sockets, carpet and wooden door with period lock and key to the en-suite bedroom.
En-suite bedroom ( 8'9" by 7'5" (2m 67cm x 2m 26cm) floor dimensions)
UPVC double glazed window to the rear overlooking the garden with countryside views beyond, wall light, radiator with thermostat valve, electrical power socket, sloping ceiling and carpet.
Renovated brick outbuilding (former joiners workshop) with replaced pan tiled roof ( 24'3" by 8'10" (7m 39cm x 2m 69cm) max dimensions)
Entered via an exterior door having a central top glazed panel and full height window panels to one side of the door, triple aspect with UPVC double glazed window to the side, two to the front overlooking the gardens and two to the rear with far reaching countryside views beyond, three ceiling lights, exposed timber ceiling beams, feature brick open fireplace with quarry tiled hearth, night storage heater with thermostat and timer control, four double electrical power sockets, electricity fuse box and meter car point.
Renovated brick outbuilding interior
Brick outbuilding (former wash house) with replaced pan tiled roof ( 9'10" by 8'10" (3m x 2m 69cm) max dimensions)
Entered via wooden exterior door, window opening to the side with workbench under, wall light, exposed brick fire place, large original ''copper'' still in position in brick unit and double electrical power socket.
Brick outbuilding (former privy) ( 4'8" by 4'3" (1m 42cm x 1m 30cm))
With pan tiled roof and entered via a wooden exterior door.
Mains electricity, water, oil tank and private drainage are connected.
East Lindsey District Council, Tedder Hall, Manby Park, Louth, Lincs. LN11 8UP
Tel No: 01507 601111
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