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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Station Road, Moortown, LN7

Sold STC £269,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Victorian Station House
  • Many Original Features
  • 4/5 Bedrooms
  • Possible Use as B&B
  • Alongside Operational Track
  • Garden & Outbuildings

Full description

The former Victorian Moortown for Caistor Station and Station Master's House offering 4/5 bedroom family accommodation with many original architectural and internal features offering a superb opportunity, in particular, for those interested in the railways, lying in a rural situation not far from the beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds.

Location - Moortown lies along the B1434 road midway between the towns of Market Rasen and Brigg. The small market town of Caistor with its well respected Grammar School lies to the north east. Station House lies approximately three quarters of a mile from the centre of the village on the B1205 and opposite the Skipworth Arms public house. The village of Moortown is well placed for travelling around North Lincolnshire and is within easy reach of the M180 motorway link, the port of Grimsby, the Humber Bridge, Humberside International Airport and Scunthorpe.

Remarks - Built in red brick under a slate roof by the Manchester, Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway, this substanial property is typical of its age. Many fine architectural features such as tall chimneys, gable ends topped by stone finials and mullioned window sills remain. The current owner has lovingly restored all the original windows which are now new sealed unit wood with hardwood sills.

Alongside an operational track between Market Rasen and Barnetby, where the last train to stop at the platform was in 1964, Station House has been privately owned for approx. 25 years and includes an oil fired central heating system.

The property still retains great charm and character including such internal features as the former ticket office, windows and doors.

Accommodation - Side entrance through timber door to

Utility Room - 9' x 9' (2.74m x 2.74m) - With north facing side elevation single glazed window, cloak hooks, oil central heating boiler servicing the central heating and domestic hot water systems

Cloakroom/Wc - With suite of high flush WC, wash hand basin, north east facing window and quarry tiled floor

Breakfast Kitchen - 15'7" x 10'10 (4.75m x 3.30m) - With range of medium oak style wall and base units with work surface areas, inset stainless steel sink unit, integral extractor hood, space for free standing cooker and low level fridge, plumbing for dishwasher, south east and north west facing windows, radiator and tiled floor, Door to

Laundry Area - With plumbing for automatic washing machine and vent for tumble dryer

Living Room - Formerly The Waiting Room - 16' x 12' max (4.88m x 3.66m max) - This room has an original fireplace on quarry tiled hearth, south east facing window, radiator, outer door to covered verandah on the platform side, original ticket window and internal opaque glazed window which opens to the ticket office, TV point

Snug - 10'8" x 10'5" (3.25m x 3.18m) - The heart of the home with multi fuel stove, original built-in fireside cupboards and drawers, north east facing windows, radiator, ceiling beams, telephone points, TV aerial, door to main hallway and door to

Study - Formerly The Ticket Office - 12'4" x 10'7" max (3.76m x 3.23m max) - Excluding the south west facing bay window. This room was the ticket office. With original cast fireplace, original desk and drawers with built in cupboards and wall unit, radiator and outer door to verandah

Side Entrance To Hallway - With radiator and door to rear elevation

Storeroom - Formerly The Pantry - 9'2" x 6' (2.79m x 1.83m) - Believed to be the original pantry with north facing window

Dining Room - 15' x 11'10" (4.57m x 3.61m) - With boarded floor and fireplace on quarry tiled hearth, south west facing window to platform side, steps up and door to

Ground Floor Bedroom 5 - Formerly The Ladies' Waiting Room - 12'11" x 12'10" (3.94m x 3.91m) - This room was the ladies' waiting room with south west facing window to front elevation, radiator, fitted mirrored wardrobes, door to former cloakroom now used as

En Suite Shower Room - With shower cubicle housing Triton shower unit and white suite of pedestal wash hand basin and low flush WC, north west facing window, radiator and towel rail.

First Floor Landing - With attractive hipped ceiling and exposed beams, north east facing window

Bedroom 1 - 11'8" x 11'10" max (3.56m x 3.61m max) - With range of fitted pine wardrobes, south east facing window, radiator, steep hipped ceiling, loft access

En Suite Shower Room - With cubicle housing mains shower and white suite of vanity unit housing wash hand basin and low flush WC. Heated towel rail

Bedroom 2 - 12'3" x 10'5" (3.73m x 3.18m) - With south west facing window, hipped ceiling, radiator and loft access. Views over open fields.

Bedroom 3 - 14'11" max x 11'10" max (4.55m max x 3.61m max) - Please note the 14'11" max measurement reduces to 12'8" min. With south west facing front window over looking field views, hipped ceiling, radiator, loft access, TV point. The current vendor is using this room as a guest lounge.

Bedroom 4 - 9'7" x 6' (2.92m x 1.83m) - With north east facing front window, hipped ceiling and radiator

Bathroom - 9'3" x 8'7" (2.82m x 2.62m) - With white suite of panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC and shower cubicle housing mains shower unit, radiator, north east facing front window and built in cupboard

Outside - Station House has a vehicular access to the rear of the property through double gates over a tarmac driveway leading to the gardens and parking area with original outbuildings including

Parcel Shed - 18'7" x 12'3" (5.66m x 3.73m) - Currently used as a garage/workshop built in brick with a slate roof, arched double timber doors, inspection pit, south west facing window, light and power

Timber Clerks Office - 19'8" x 11'7" (5.99m x 3.53m) - On raised brick plinths with north facing windows and door to platform side.

Gardens - The gardens are walled around by stone blocks from the original coal staithes, with a lawned area, paved patio, beds and borders inset with trees and shrubs and screened on the north west side by mature Leylandii hedging. To the rear of the house is a paved patio area. At the front of the property is a paved and covered verandah fronting the property on the platform side.

Tenure Possession - Freehold
Vacant possession will be given on completion on the purchase.

Services - The owner/occupier informed us that any services; or appliances (including central heating if fitted) referred to in this brochure operates satisfactorily, but they have not been checked. If a property is unoccupied at any time there may be reconnection charges for any switched off/disconnected or drained services or appliance.
There is a water meter, Drainage is to a septic tank

Outgoings - The property falls into Council Tax Band D payable to West Lindsey District Council, Guildhall, Marshalls Yard, Gainsborough DN21 2NA Tel: 01427 676676

Fixtures & Fittings - Only those items described within these sales particulars are included within the sale.

Brochure Details - This brochure including photography was prepared by Perkins, George Mawer & Co. In accordance with the sellers instructions of March 2016

Viewing - Strictly through the Selling Agents at their Market Rasen office. Tel: 01673 843011

Opening Hours - Monday to Friday : 9 am to 5.00 pm - Saturday 9 am to 12.00 pm

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Note - Some of the railway memorabilia in the property description may be available subject to separate negotiation

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04 March 2016

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