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4 bedroom cottage for sale

Winceby, Nr Horncastle, LN9

Sold by Us £280,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four Bed Semi Detached Cottage
  • Two Bed Detached Barn
  • Two Bedroom Detached Barn
  • Calor Gas Fired Central Heating
  • Outstanding Countryside Views
  • Large Garage & Car-Port
  • Master Suite With Balcony
  • 18Ft Kitchen/Diner

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
**TWO BEDROOM DETACHED BARN INCLUDED** A much loved and extended FOUR bedroomed semi detached cottage situated in a truly idyllic countryside setting. With stunning views over the surrounding Wolds countryside extending towards Norfolk, Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire, this charming home must be viewed to be appreciated.

Surrounding Area
The rural hamlet of Winceby is situated five miles from the market town of Horncastle and six miles from the market town of Spilsby. Winceby has an historical connection with the English Civil War (Battle of Winceby 1643). Overlooking Snipe Dales Nature Reserve and Country Park, the property has direct access to the Lindsey Trail, a 69 mile circular multi-user route.

Entrance Hall
Having tiled flooring, wall mounted boiler and access leading into the kitchen/diner.

Kitchen / Diner
18'7" x 18'3"
Window to the front aspect and patio door leading onto the patio. Having range of eye and base level units with centre island, 1.5 sink with mixer tap over, electric cooker with 4 ring hob and extractor fan. Space and plumbing for dishwasher, tiled flooring and radiator.

15'8" x 11'5"
Window to the front aspect, feature cast iron log burner with fire surround, double radiator, picture rail, TV aerial point and wall lights.

Utility Area
11' max. x 10' max
Space and plumbing for washing machine, sink drainer with hot & cold tap over. Fitted double storage cupboard, under stair storage cupboard and door with access leading to first floor landing.

Downstairs Bathroom
Double glazed window to the rear aspect. Family four piece suite comprising; low level wc, wash hand basin and step leading up to bath and separate shower.

11'8" x 8'1"
Brick/PVC construction with windows and French doors to two sides. Tiled flooring and wall light.

Having direct access to all rooms.

Master Bedroom
18'9" max. x 11'4" With part sloping ceilings, two fitted wardrobes, radiator and glazed door leading onto a south-facing balcony that offers extensive panoramic views. The east facing dormer window allows uninterrupted views towards the coast.

Master En-suite
Velux window to the rear aspect. Two piece suite comprising low level WC and wash hand basin.

Bedroom Two
12'5" x 8'2"
Double glazed window to the rear aspect, double radiator, picture rail and access to roof void.

Bedroom Three
11'5" x 7'6"
Double glazed window to the front aspect, radiator and original cast iron fire surround.

Bedroom Four / Study
8' x 7'6"
Currently used as a home office with radiator, picture rail and telephone point.

The Barn has a variety of uses including; Family Annexe, Holiday Let (previously listed with Hoseasons )or Office Space. Having full planning permission for all year-round holiday let the Barn can achieve upwards of £500 per week during peak times.

Entrance Porch
Sliding door to the front aspect and door leading into the open plan living area.

Living Area
15'7" x 12' Irregular room.
Double glazed patio door allows southerly views and access into private garden. Double-glazed window to the front aspect. Laminate flooring, radiator, TV aerial and oak staircase rising to the first floor.

Kitchen / Breakfast
15'7" x 12'3" Irregular room.
The Kitchen/Diner area is open plan to the living area and partially divided by the stairs. Range of eye and base level units, 1.5 sink with mixer tap over. Electric oven and grill with four ring Calor gas hob and extractor fan over. Laminate flooring, two radiators and spot lights. Utility cupboard houses combination boiler and washing machine.

First Floor Landing
Velux window to the rear, easterly aspect. The landing is large enough to accommodate a study area.

Annexe Bedroom One
13'3" x 12' Irregular room.
Having double glazed window to the southerly aspect, two double wardrobes, fitted corner cupboard and single radiator.

Annexe Bedroom Two
12'7" x 8'5"
Velux window to the front aspect, single radiator and built-in single wardrobe.

Annexe Bathroom
9'9" x 7'1"
Velux window to the rear aspect, three piece suite comprising; bath with mixer shower over, wash hand basin and low level WC. Also having laminate flooring, heated towel rail and extractor fan.

The property is approached via a gravel driveway with ample parking. The Cottage has parking directly outside and leading to the large garage / workshop. The garden to the cottage is well established, mainly laid to lawn with borders and shrub beds. The kitchen and conservatory lead out on to a paved patio. There is a small summerhouse/garden shed and lean-to log store at the rear of the garage. The Barn has its own private parking area and a small rear garden with graveled seating area.

Car Port
25'3" x 14'4"
Attached to the Barn and made of Timber construction. Ample space for multiple vehicles with high ceiling height.

19'6" x 17'8"
With double wooden doors to the front aspect and two personal doors to the side. Having power and light.

General Information
Both dwellings are on separate Septic Tanks.
Cottage Council Tax Band: A
Barn Council Tax Charge: A
Calor Gas Central Heating

More information from this agent

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
14 December 2016



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