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4 bedroom detached house for sale

141 Drummond Road, Skegness, PE25

Withdrawn from Market £595,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached House
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Three Bathrooms
  • Four Receptions
  • Double Glazed
  • Garden
  • Central Heating
  • Triple Garage
  • Wonderful Sea Views

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
Detached House,
Four Bedrooms,
Four Receptions,
Double glazed,
Garden,
Central Heating,
Triple Garage,
Wonderful Sea Views,

General Information
With stunning sea views and mature grounds of over one acre stretching down to the beach this 4/5 bedroom character house is absolutely delightful in its almost secret location. Sailing, a championship links golf course, water sports, miles of sandy beaches, Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve, an abundance of wildlife and a tranquil environment are all within easy reach of Perne Towers.

The accommodation includes a Front Hall, Main Hall, W.C, Sitting Room, Dining Room/Bedroom 5, Music Room, front Conservatory, rear Sun Lounge, re-fitted Breakfast Kitchen, Pantry, large Utility, En-suite Bath & Shower Room, Bathroom, Shower Room, many lovely original and architectural features, majority pvc double glazing, gas central heating, private drive with ample parking and a Triple Garage & Workshop. EPC Rating E.
LOCATION
Skegness is the principal Lincolnshire coastal resort with a resident population of around 18,000 persons increasing substantially in the summer months with the influx of holiday markers and day visitors. It is some 40 miles east and south of Lincoln and Grimsby respectively with main communication links via the A52 and A158 roads to the south and Midlands. The market towns of Louth and Boston are within 30 minutes. The beauty of the Lincolnshire Wolds is but a short drive away. The cathedral city of Peterborough is approximately an hour and a quarter by car, where the fast trains run to Kings Cross, London being just 50 minutes.

Skegness is well served by bus and rail services and the local primary and Grammar Schools have excellent reputations.

Seacroft itself lies at the quiet end of town by beautiful golden beaches and a few minutes walk away is the superb Seacroft Championship Golf Links. The first tee at Seacroft Golf Club is approximately 550 yards away. A ROAD LEGAL GOLF buggy could be supplied as part of the sale. It takes the current owners five minutes from leaving the house to put a ball on the tee!

Entrance
Entrance is via an OPEN PORCH with pillars and tiled floor and a pretty oak door with coloured leaded glazed panel to the:-



Hall
With original terazzo tiled floor and coat hooks, understairs built in cupboard and step up to the:-

Inner Hall
With radiator, amtico flooring, telephone point, elegant high coved ceilings with picture rail, stairs leading off through an archway

W.C.
With terazzo tiled floor, original wall mounted period hand basin, radiator, archway to the toilet area with high flush cistern, coloured leaded glazed window.

Dining Room
4.24m (13' 11") x 3.40m (11' 2")
With two bay windows (1 pvc) with coloured leaded glazed top lights, 2 radiators, picture rail, built in book shelves.

Reception Room
4.95m (16' 3") x 4.27m (14' 0")
With 2 radiators, fireplace surround with tiled hearth and inset gas 'dog grate', 3 double branch wall lights, ceiling light, pvc window to the side elevation and sea views through windows and door with coloured leaded glazing and top lights to the:-

Conservatory
4.90m (16' 1") x 1.70m (5' 7")
Situated to catch the morning sun with tiled floor, telephone extension point, power points and spotlights, opening windows facing east with beautiful views, glazed french doors to the garden.

Sitting Room
6.96m (22' 10") x 4.60m (15' 1")
maximum including bay. With stunning sea and garden views from the very tall pvc bay window, 2 radiators, coving to ceiling, picture rail, feature period fireplace with gas 'dog grate', T.V aerial point.

Kitchen / Breakfast
5.18m (17' 0") x 3.66m (12' 0")
maximum including chimney breast. Fitted with an attractive range of cream base and wall cupboards, curved composite 'sparkling' granite worksurfaces with tiled splashbacks, 1 1/4 bowl stainless steel sink unit with hose tap, inset Neff 5 ring gas hob built in oven and separate grill, integrated Neff larder fridge, integrated Bosch dishwasher, karndene flooring, matching bar with leaded glazed cabinet above to match the period display units, side pvc window, "servants bells", double radiator.

Pantry
2.57m (8' 5") x 1.68m (5' 6")
With pvc north facing window, built in shelves.

Utility Room
5.31m (17' 5") x 3.66m (12' 0")
including Store. With 3 pvc windows to the side elevation, deep white sink, wood worksurfaces with base units, broom cupboard, spaces for automatic washing machine and dryer, gas central heating boiler, radiator, recessed downlights to ceiling, door to rear, tiled floor extending through to the:-

Store
2.44m (8' 0")x 1.27m (4' 2")
With pvc window and light.

Sun Room
5.21m (17' 1") x 3.56m (11' 8")
With downlights to the ceiling, high level pvc window, power points, tiled floor with underfloor heating, motorised roller shutter door connecting to the Triple Garage and bifold doors opening to face south and the York stone terrace. The sun just floods in.

Landing
With beautiful feature arched coloured leaded glazed window (with exterior double glazing), radiator, double doored built in airing cupboard housing the insulated hot water cylinder.

Master Bedroom
6.15m (20' 2") x 4.57m (15' 0")
overall. With double glazed window with magnificent sea view to the front elevation, 2 radiators, original feature fireplace surround, built in wardrobes to two walls.

Master En-suite
3.33m (10' 11") x 1.93m (6' 4")
being spacious with bath with centre tap, modern pedestal hand basin, tiled surrounds, large tiled shower enclosure, towel rail/radiator, opaque double glazed window, recessed spotlights to ceiling.

Bedroom Two
4.93m (16' 2") x 4.95m (16' 3")
including chimney breast. With 2 radiators, built in desk under the double glazed window with fabulous sea view, window to the side elevation with coloured leaded glazed top light, original art nouveau fireplace.

Bedroom Three
3.81m (12' 6") x 3.73m (12' 3")
with reduced headroom at the eaves and including chimney breast. With window to the side elevation with partial sea view, radiator, original fireplace surround, built in wardrobe to one wall.

Bathroom
1.68m (5' 6") x 1.45m (4' 9")
With bath with mixer tap and hand shower attachment over, hand basin, radiator, wood panelling to dado height, access to roof space, opaque pvc window.

Shower Room
1.85m (6' 1") x 2.06m (6' 9")
With tiled shower enclosure and pivot screen door, W.C, hand basin, bidet, pretty tiled surround, coloured leaded glazed window, radiator, tiled floor, shaver point.

Bedroom Four
3.40m (11' 2") x 4.27m (14' 0")
approx maximum including the 'tower' being shaped. With window with coloured leaded glazed top lights with pretty roof top view towards the Wolds, radiator, 2 radiators, built in furniture. Currently used as an office.

Gated Entrance
The property is approached over a private gravel drive leading to the ample parking.

Outside
A curved wall and brick pillars and lamps with wide oak gate with coloured leaded 'Perne Towers' panel leads to the "courtyard style" rear garden with lawn, paved paths and york stone sitting areas in front of the Sun Lounge.

A wide lawned area to the south side with cold water tap leads to the glorious rear garden with a raised paved terrace facing east overlooking lawned grounds with 2 ponds stretching to the dunes and direct access to the beach. To the other side of the house is a further STORE with pitched roof and coloured leaded glazed panel. Access to the Workshop, base for a Summerhouse.

At the bottom of the garden steps lead upto an elevated area also with panoramic views across the Wash to Hunstanton and the North Norfolk coast.


Triple Garage
8.20m (26' 11") x 5.92m (19' 5") approx maximum
With three sectional remote controlled motorised vehicle doors, light and power, mains smoke alarm and power points, electric fuses, roller shutter door to the Sun Lounge and access to the roof space with storage.

Workshop
3.71m (12' 2") x 2.90m (9' 6")
plus passage which wraps around the Garage. With double doors to the front garden and rear drive.


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02 December 2015

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