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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Lynn Road, Gayton, PE32

Guide Price £299,995

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached House
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Three Receptions
  • Double Garage Of Brick And Pantile Roof Construction
  • Double Glazed
  • Bio-Mass Boiler Ad Solar Panels
  • Property 'Earns' Over 3500 Per Annum In Subsidies
  • Highly Sought Village Location
  • Conservatory Extension

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property


The bold Victorian façade of this property is believed to have been constructed circa 1880, but parts of this wonderful home are thought to date as far back to the late 1700's. Together, the many generations have combined to create a residence of generous dimension and of which an internal inspection would truly help appreciate.
Once inside the wealth of spacious rooms are evident and briefly comprise sitting room with wood burning stove, dining room with open fire place, modern fully fitted kitchen, separate utility room with study area, boiler/store room, conservatory extension and a cloakroom on the ground floor. Explore upstairs and the four bedrooms are served by a fitted family bathroom and ensuite shower room to the master - which also offers extensive fitted wardrobes.
The property has been finished in neutral decorative tones throughout, with the high ceilings hinting at the era to when this home was built.
A large brick built double garage sits within the garden which generously wraps around three sides of the property, is laid with established flower and plant beds, parking area and which also gives pleasant views over the neighbouring countryside to the rear - and all set behind a brick and wrought railing wall with inset five bar gate.

The property has been fitted by the current owners with efficient roof mounted solar panels, and a bio-mass (pellet fed) boiler system which combined not only provide efficient heating and hot water to the property, but Government payment incentives - boiler gives £3368.96 annually paid quarterly and index linked.
Solar Panels in excess of £300 again spread over 4 payments. The panels will be signed over to the new owner of the property.

Agents Note: Planning permission has been granted for the construction of a detached dwelling on a neighbouring plot.

Entrance Hallway
5'11 x 3'04
uPVC front entrance door with half moon shape obscure glazed inlays, one radiator, straight flight staircase to the first floor, doors to both principal reception rooms.

14'06 x 13'09
uPVc window to the front aspect, cast iron wood burning stove set upon an exposed brick hearth with exposed brick surround topped with timber mantle, two wall light fittings and one radiator.

Dining Room
14'01 x 12'04
uPVC window to the front aspect, working fire place with exposed brick surround and a tiled hearth. Two radiators.

Inner Hall
3'04 x 2'11
Under stair storage cupboard, multi pane timber framed window looking through to kitchen area.

19'07 x 7'11
Fitted in 2013 - a comprehensive range of Howdens fitted base and wall mounted eye level units finished in cream and topped with a wood block effect work surface with an inset stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Extensive tile splash-backs, integrated bin cupboard, refrigerator, electric oven and inset four ring electric hob. Feature of exposed rustic brick chimney block with recess.
Stone effect floor coverings, two uPVC windows to the rear aspect, rear uPVC entrance door with glazed panel inlay opening into conservatory. One radiator, door opening into.....

Utility Room
13'09 x 15'10 ('L' shaped - maximum dimensions).

Given it shape, the current owners have managed to also utilise this space to host a sizeable study area also.
Base unit with stone effect work surface with an inset stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Tiled splash-backs Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Beech wood effect floor coverings, two uPVC windows overlooking rear garden and one to the side aspect. One radiator.

Boiler Room
10'02 x 7'03
uPVC window to the rear aspect, exposed brick chimney breast with recess, recessed down-lighters.
Ultra efficient bio-mass 25 kilo-watt floor standing boiler (pellet fed) supplying domestic hot water and heating - generates an income of £3368.96 annually paid quarterly and index linked as part of a government incentive scheme.

Cloak Room
7'02 x 3'04
uPVC window with obscure glass to the rear aspect, ceramic tiled floor, low level close coupled WC with a push button flush.

10'05 x 2'06
Split level - stairs leading onto, doors to all bedrooms and bathroom.

Master Bedroom
14'03 x 12'07
A comprehensive range of fitted wardrobes including large airing cupboard to one side of the room and access via four pairs of double doors (some with glazed panels), within which can be found hanging rails and shelving.
Secondary fitted storage solutions beside and over bed area.
One radiator, uPVC window to the front aspect.

Master En-suite
5' x 6'02
An ingenious use of space - white suite comprising low level WC with hidden cistern and a push button flush, sink with chrome mixer tap built into vanity unit with storage beneath, shower with glazed bi-fold door and a wall mounted Triton electric shower. Glazed ceramic tile wall coverings and tiled floor. Ceiling mounted chrome directional spot-lights.

8'08 x 6'08
Suite comprising panel bath with hinged glazed screen, chrome mixer tap and Triton electric power above. Pedestal basin with chrome mixer tap, low level close coupled WC. Glazed ceramic tile wall coverings, wood effect floor covering, uPVC window with obscure glass to the rear aspect, and an exposed timber ceiling beam. One radiator.

Bedroom Two
14'11 x 12'05
uPVC window to the front aspect, one radiator and a loft hatch.

Bedroom Three
14'01 (max) x 9'01
uPVC window to the rear aspect, one radiator and exposed timber vertical and ceiling beams.

Bedroom Four
13'10 x 6'09
uPVC window to the rear aspect, one radiator.

Double Garage
18'03 x 17'04
Of brick construction and topped with a re-felted roof and clay pantiles. Two pairs of metal vehicle entrance doors. Power points and lighting. Provision has also been made to provide an additional storage area within the roof void of this building.

The property sits boldly behind a brick wall, much of it topped with wrought iron railings set within. A wrought iron gate opens onto a shingled pathway which leads to the front door - above which is wall mounted carriage lighting. Either side of the pathway are established low lying evergreen and flowering plants.
A timber five bar gate opens up onto a substantial tarmacadam parking area - for several vehicles, and which also gives access to the double garage.
The South West corner of the plot hosts an established triangular flower bed, set within is a tall Pink Horse-Chestnut tree which provides an attractive canopy to the front of the plot.
The rear of the property is designed with low maintenance in mind and is edged with a flower bed lying within the laurel hedge boundary. Pleasant countryside views can be enjoyed from the rear garden.
A service path runs along the East side of the property.

Local Area
Gayton is considered a highly desirable village given it offers many amenities - a petrol station which also incorporates a shop with post office, hairdressers, family owned butcher with a deli, playing fields and great schooling all conveniently placed for access to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn. The rail link in Kings Lynn gives direct access to Cambridge, Stansted and London.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
31 August 2016


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