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2 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

10 Haxey Lane Haxey DN9 2NE

Sold STC £160,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 2 bedroom cottage
  • Enormous potential comprising semi-detached cottage in need of full modernisation
  • Former joinery workshop
  • Total site about 0.2 acre (0.08 h.a.)

Full description


A property with enormous potential comprising a Semi-Detached Cottage in need of full modernisation, former Joinery Workshop buildings and a total site area of about 0.2 ACRE (0.08 H.A.).

The 2 Bedroom Cottage is south facing, set back from the road frontage and offers scope for remodelling. The site is broadly ‛L' shaped and there may be the possibility of redeveloping the site (subject to local authority planning control).


Haxey is an old established rural village located on the A161 about 12 miles east of Doncaster and about 3 miles south of the well served small town of Epworth. Access to the motorway network via junction 2 of the M180 is about 6 miles away. There is a good selection of local facilities within the village including Co-op foodstore, Doctor's Surgery, Public Houses, Village Hall and Haxey Playing Field is nearby.


The building is of brick and pan-tiled construction and includes the following accommodation (all measurements are approximate only).

Ground floor


BREAKFAST ROOM (about 3.2m x 2.25m) with front and rear outlook.

KITCHEN (about 3.15m x 2.0m) with front and rear outlook.

SITTING ROOM (about 4.30m x 3.95m) with front facing sash window and tiled fireplace.

INNER HALL with understairs storage cupboard, sash window and walk-in pantry.

First floor


BEDROOM 1 (about 3.90m x 3.0m average) with front facing sash window.

BEDROOM 2 (about 3.10m x 2.28m) with front facing sash window.

BATHROOM (about 2.80m x 1.90m) including cast iron bath, wash basin and w.c. Rear facing sash window.


The site is ‛L' shaped with a total site area of about 0.09 hectare (0.22 acre) and approximate dimensions as follows:

Frontage 16.5 metres (54 feet)

Southern Boundary 25.5 metres (83 feet)

Western Boundary 36 metres (118 feet)

Northern Boundary 20.5 metres (67 feet)

There are extensive redundant Workshop Buildings which were formally used as joinery premises. These buildings are of timber construction with sheet metal roofs and are considered to be beyond economic repair.

There is an attached Brick Storeplace adjoining the cottage, Garden Shed and established fruit trees and bushes within the cottage garden.


Mains water, electricity, drainage and gas to the cottage. The workshop has a separate electricity and water supply.


Freehold with immediate vacant possession.


The Cottage - Council Tax - Band A

The Workshop - Rateable Value 2,200


Neither the Agents nor the owners have made any enquiries with the local planning department regarding the property. Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries with North Lincolnshire Council at:

Development Control
Planning and Regeneration
Civic Centre
Ashby Road
North Lincolnshire
DN16 1AB

Tel. 01724 297420


By prior appointment with the Agents. Tel. 01427 752292.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
03 May 2016

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