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3 bedroom town house for sale

Highcliff Road, Cleethorpes

£435,000

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This is a large elegant 3 bedroomed Victorian seafront townhouse extending to approximately 2600ft². Additionally the house benefits from rear access and a generous double garage with electric roller door and Pedestrian entrance which leads to a private block paved courtyard garden, large enough for entertaining yet small enough to allow easy maintenance, the garden faces south-west.
The house has been sympathetically extended and modernised over the years to provide extensive entertaining and living accommodation over its 3 floors. There is a comprehensive burglar alarm system which also covers the detached double garage. The whole house has gas-fired central heating which is controlled from 2 separate boilers which allows flexibility in heating the property.
The house itself stands comparison with any modernised and refurbished properties in the area but the unique feature of this house is its position. There are sea views from the dining room (and through that room from the kitchen). The enormous first floor lounge has magnificent views. Everyday seems to give a different view. Access to the Mezzanine landing leads to a large bedroom with en suite bathroom and a separate Shower room. On the top floor there are two further bedrooms, one with ensuite shower room.
The agents believe this is a rare, if not unique, opportunity to purchase a beautifully restored house offering the complete seaside residence. This property is offered for sale with no onward chain.

The Acommodation - The house is approached from Highcliff on foot via a small front garden which gives separation from the footpath.

Entrance Hall - There is a tiled storm porch with adequate room for hanging coats which leads via a stained glass entrance door to the hallway itself. This sets the scene for the house, typically Victorian featuring high ceilings and ornate plaster work with solid hardwood dado rails and Mahogany balustrades which complement the original Victorian black and white tiled floor. The staircase in the hallway leads to the upstairs accommodation whilst the downstairs rooms can all be accessed from the hallway.

The Dining Room - 4.88m x 4.50m (16 x 14'9) - This is a generously proportioned room which presently comfortably seats 12 adults around the owners Victorian dining table. The room overlooks the sea and boasts a traditional bay window (double glazed) with modern horizontal shutters which can provide privacy when required or can be fully opened to enjoy 180 sea views. The room has high ceilings and an impressive ceiling rose which complements the solid wooden floor. To complete the traditional feel of this room is an elegant marbelised slate and tiled fire surround with a coal effect gas fire. Built in to each side of the fireplace are bespoke cabinets. There is also a matching mahogany radiator cover. There is an arched opening from the dining room into

The Kitchen - 4.04m x 3.66m (13'3 x 12) - The archway which measures approximately 7' x 3' 6 gives a view over the dining room and the opportunity to talk to your guests without them being under your feet in the kitchen and from there a view out to sea through the dining room bay window. The high ceilings and cornicing in the kitchen mirror those featured in the dining room to give a feeling of continuity between the 2 rooms. The glazed back door from the rear garden is in the kitchen which gives it a feeling of a double aspect room. The kitchen units are handmade and the worktops are a mix of Blue Pearl black granite and solid wood. The black tiled slate floor gives the kitchen a contemporary look. There is adequate storage and the kitchen has built-in appliances including a double and single electric fan oven a combination 5 ring ceramic hob and 2 ring gas hob , plate warming drawer, microwave, dishwasher and tall refrigerator, all hidden behind units. The cabinets are arranged so that there is a peninsula unit which makes the kitchen an easy place to work and provides extra storage underneath. TV with Cable and hi-fi connections are installed here.

Leaving the kitchen and returning to the hallway a right turn alongside the staircase (under which is generous storage) is the

Media Room - 5.66m x 3.66m (18'7 x 12) - This room is towards the back of the house and presently features a projector home cinemas system which produces a huge sharp image (Optoma projector, Yamaha reciever, Mission speakers with separate REL subwoofer) the system also operates games consoles, a CD jukebox and an iPod dock all of which are played through the comprehensive speaker system. This room has a solid wooden floor and more than adequate storage for CDs and DVDs, etc. There is access from this room to

The Garden Room - 7.62m x 3.61m (25' x 11'10) - Facing South West the Garden room attracts the afternoon and evening sun through the double glazed gable end. There are double patio doors which look out over the garden. The house and the garden are joined by this room. The floor has large solid marble cream tiles throughout.
In order to maximise the use of this room the owners have cleverly installed a pulldown desk and workstation which is completely concealed when not in use by a handmade cabinet. This cabinet houses the Wi-fi installation and there is also Cable provision and there is a wall mounted television which can be used either from the workstation or from the sitting area in this room. There are various hand painted cabinets one of which houses a large American style fridge freezer with an abundance of wine storage racks above.

Walking back through the Garden Room and Media Room gives a return to

The Hallway - The typically Victorian staircase with mahogany bannister and turned spells leads directly to the Mezzanine floor and gives access to a separate fully tiled

Toilet And Wash Room With A Shower - basin with cupboard under and w.c. Past the Washroom this landing leads to

Bedroom Three With Ensuite Bathroom - 4.47m x 3.71m (14'8 x 12'2) - This is a double bedroom which overlooks the garden and features bespoke fitted wardrobes and dressing table with recess light over. There is provision for FreeSat television and hi fi. The room has its own en suite bathroom with a marble floor and a full bath with matching marble surround and hand held shower together with a separate shower cubicle. Inset basin with fitted shelves and cupboards above and below and w.c. This ensuite bathroom is generously proportioned and is as big as many family bathrooms.

The main lounge is reached by returning to the staircase and a short flight of stairs leads to this lovely room.

The Lounge - 6.10m x 4.11m & 3.96m x 3.91m (20 x 13'6 & 13 x 12 - The lounge can truly be said to be the centrepiece of this house. It takes up the whole of the 1st floor (with the exception of the stairwell) and is a double aspect room with a solid wooden floor, high ceilings, ornate plaster work and THE VIEW. A double glazed walk- in bay window with a second side double glazed window gives 180 views of the estuary stretching from The Pier to the Leisure Centre and beyond. The views from this window never seem to be the same from day-to-day dependent upon the tide, weather and the time of day. The estuary itself is busy so this is not simply a view of sea and sand but the opportunity to watch how one of the busiest seaways in the country goes about its business. The double glazed window to rear gives a view of the garden but more importantly it lends space and light to this delightful room which is fully appointed for home cinema and hi-fi and has generous storage cupboards. Take the stairs up the remaining 2 double bedrooms on the 2nd floor.
This room could easily be altered to accommodate a 4th bedroom and still leave a beautiful Lounge with sea view.

Master Bedroom With Ensuite Shower Room - 3.89m x 3.89m approx (12'9 x 12'9 approx) - This bedroom overlooks the sea and from this elevated position there is yet another majestic view. Facing north-east the room enjoys amazing sunrises. There is currently a flat screen TV full cable connectivity and also the facility for home cinema to be installed. The new ensuite shower room is beautifully appointed with w.c. a modern power shower with overhead rain shower and 2nd flexible shower head housed in a large glass chrome unit. There are fitted units with inset washbasin and separate mirrored unit. Oversized Marble tiles are laid on the floor which again complements the overall feel of Elizabeth Terrace.

Bedroom Two - 3.86m x 4.17m (12'8 x 13'8) - This bedroom overlooks the rooftops of Cleethorpes and on a clear day there is a distant view of the Wolds. There are 2 banks of fully fitted wardrobes which have been bespoke manufactured to complement the other features of this house.

Double Garage - The garage is accessed from the rear of the house on North Street via an electronically controlled roller door, there is a courtesy door to the side of the garage and also alongside the garage there is a pedestrian gateway into the garden.

The Gardens - The front garden is typical for the age of this property, it is a shallow walled garden and is gated and block paved. The back garden however is really beautiful, it is a patio garden which is paved with granite set and is walled all around. It enjoys the sun as it faces south-west. There is a small garden path from the back gate and the entrance is security controlled from within the house. The garden is big enough for entertaining but small enough not to involve too much work, with raised flower beds. There is presently a fishpond in the garden with a filtration system housed within the garage. There is electricity and water and lighting inside the garage and outside in the garden. There is a sound system fitted in the garage with outside speakers for music on those BBQ days.

Our Thoughts - We believe this is a unique opportunity to buy a Family house, an entertaining house of substance and character overlooking the sea. A walk along the seafront will give an insight into the development which has taken place over recent years as a result of which we think this is the only house left which offers the accommodation and the position enjoyed by Elizabeth Terrace. The sun rises are amazing. The views continually change. This is a house you should view if you feel the seaside is for you and you want to be be in easy walking distance of many of the local attractions, shops and restaurants.


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