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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Wentworth Close, Saxilby

Sold STC £230,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Detached House
  • Gas Central Heating
  • uPVC Double Glazed Windows
  • Off Road Parking
  • Contemporary range of kitchen units
  • Integral wardrobes in the two largest bedrooms
  • White colour bathroom suite with mixer tap shower
  • Entrance Hall, Study/Dining Room, Cloakroom, Sitting Room, open plan Kitchen, Dining Area and Lounge, Conservatory, Four Bedrooms (master with en-suite shower room) and Family Bathroom
  • EPC: D - 65

Full description

Remodelled internally and with the original garage converted to further accommodation, this detached and extended family home provides considerably larger than average internal space on the ground floor. Further advantages include a gas central heating system, uPVC double glazed windows and external doors, a contemporary range of kitchen units and a double width tarmac'd drive providing off road parking facilities.

This expansive home also features a period style fireplace in the lounge area, integral wardrobes in the two largest bedrooms and a white colour bathroom suite with mixer tap shower. The accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance Hall, Study, Cloakroom, Sitting Room, open plan Kitchen, Dining Area and Lounge, Conservatory, Four Bedrooms (master with en-suite shower room) and Family Bathroom.

The open plan gardens to the front of the house are laid principally to lawn with a semi-circular bed stocked with several shrubs and trees and a maturing tree in one corner. A double width, tarmac'd drive provides off road parking facilities and a paved path leads down side, through a timber panel and braced door, to the enclosed gardens at the rear which are bounded by close boarded fencing. Laid mainly to lawn, these gardens also include a paved patio and borders stocked with a wide variety of flowers, shrubs and climbing plants. A further timber panel and braced door allows pedestrian access along the other side of the house.

EPC Rating: D - 65A copy of the full Energy Performance Certificate is available on request.

Council Tax Band: DLocal Authority: West Lindsey District Council

Tenure of the property is freehold.Vacant possession is available on completion.

The seller states the property is served by mains gas, electricity, water and drainage. We have not tested services, installations and appliances or verified connections to mains services.

Viewing: By appointment through Burton & Co. Property Centre. Please give 24 hours notice. All viewings must be confirmed prior to 5pm on the day before appointment.

LOCATION: Wentworth Close may be approached from St Andrews Drive leading from Sykes Lane or from Warwick Close leading from Westcroft Drive which, in turn, is reached from Church Lane.

LOCAL SCHOOLS (distances are approximate)Saxilby C of E Primary School (0.9 miles)Skellingthorpe the Holt Primary School (4.8 miles)Lincoln Castle Academy (7.1 miles)

Best practice requires us to obtain satisfactory evidence of the buyer's identity where an offer has been accepted. As soon as this occurs the buyer must provide to us a current photocard driving licence showing their current address, or their current passport together with an item of evidence to prove their address such as a utility bill (not a mobile phone bill) or bank statement dated within the last 3 months or a council tax demand for the current year. Alternatively a letter from their solicitors confirming that they have checked the buyer's identity will be acceptable. The intended transaction may be delayed if these requirements are not complied with and the buyer must contact us promptly if any problems arise.

Part opaque double glazed uPVC panel door (with adjacent, exterior lamp) to:

ENTRANCE HALL with radiator, ceiling mounted smoke detector and wall mounted central heating thermostat.

CLOAKROOM with ceramic tiled floor and suite comprising: pedestal hand basin with tiled splashback; low flush WC with tiled surround. Radiator and window to the side.

STUDY/DINING ROOM (some 3.3m x 2.55m ? some 10'10'' x 8'4'') with radiator and twin windows to the front.

SITTING ROOM (some 5.3m x 2.45m ? some 17'5'' x 8'0'' including shallow recess) originally the garage, this comfortable room now features a large window to the front, contemporary upright radiator and a built-in cupboard in one corner housing a wall mounted gas central heating boiler. Coving to ceiling with several recessed spotlights.

OPEN PLAN KITCHEN, DINING AREA AND LOUNGE (some 6.55m x 4.0m ? some 21'6'' x 13'1'' excluding depth of bay window overlooking the rear garden) this spacious room is the heart of the home and is accessed from the entrance hall via twin, part glazed, multi-panel doors. The lounge area includes a period style fireplace surround with marbled hearth, matching inset and centrally recessed real flame gas fire. The kitchen area includes a contemporary range of units comprising wall mounted cupboards (with concealed lighting beneath), ladder rack unit and base unit cupboards and drawers with roll edge work surfaces and deep, tiled splashbacks. Inset single drainer one and a half sink unit with Victorian style monobloc tap. Integrated dishwasher, plumbing for automatic washing machine and coving to ceiling with twin, centre ceiling light point. Radiator within bay, further rearward facing window and uPVC double glazed panel door to:

CONSERVATORY (some 4.0m x 2.85m ? some 13'1'' x 9'4'') brick and uPVC double glazed construction beneath a polycarbonate roof with ceramic tiled floor and uPVC double glazed twin doors to the rear.

STAIRS (with handrail and spindled balustrade at foot) from entrance hall to first floor.

LANDING with spindled balustrade surrounding stairwell and window to the side. Radiator, access to roof space and integral airing cupboard housing a factory lagged hot water cylinder and wall mounted central heating programmer.

MASTER BEDROOM (some 3.8m x 3.0m ? some 12'6'' x 9'10'' including angled wall) two integral double wardrobes, each with a fitted shelf and hanging rail. Radiator and window to the front.

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM with suite comprising: recessed shower cubicle with ceramic tiling to full height on three walls, direct feed shower and glazed door; pedestal hand basin with monobloc tap and tiled surround; low flush WC with pine style seat and tiled surround. Radiator, wall mounted extractor fan and window to the side.

BEDROOM 2 (some 3.25m x 2.5m ? some 10'8'' x 8'2'' excluding door recess) with integral, double wardrobe incorporating shelf and hanging rail. Radiator and window overlooking the rear gardens.

BEDROOM 3 (some 3.25m x 2.55m ? some 10'8'' x 8'4'' excluding door recess) with radiator and window to the rear.

BEDROOM 4 (some 2.85m x 1.95m ? some 9'4'' x 6'5'' excluding door recess) with radiator and twin window to the front.

FAMILY BATHROOM with suite comprising: panel bath with Victorian style mixer tap shower and tiled splashback; pedestal hand basin with tiled surround; low flush WC with light oak colour seat and tiled surround. Radiator, coving to ceiling with extractor fan and window to the side.

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23 November 2016

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