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6 bedroom detached house for sale

Church Street, Sleaford, NG34

Fixed Price £450,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached House On One Acre Plot
  • Historic Residence Of Character
  • Six Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Four Receptions
  • Recently Fitted Kitchen
  • Garden
  • Central Heating
  • Extensive Parking
  • Village Amenities

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
The Old White Horse is an 18th century, Grade II listed residence of historical interest situated on a one acre plot (sts), located in the conservation area of a sought-after village having been re-built, then transformed into a public house on the site of a former workhouse, now tastefully converted into a six bedroom family residence incorporating Yorkshire slider windows, original beamed ceilings , Suffolk latch doors & original York flagstone floor. The property also enjoys the benefit of a captivating view over the Grade 1 listed majestic church opposite, whilst the charming living accommodation on offer comprises four reception rooms, office/snug, utility & boot room, recently fitted dining kitchen, cloakroom, shower & bathrooms together with gas central heating, extensive parking and a private garden with mature shrubs & trees. The sought-after village boasts amenities encompassing an outstanding Ofstead rating primary school, doctors and dental surgery, public house & cafés, a range of shops including a national award winning butcher, bank & Post Office together with a host of societies and clubs to cater for a wide range of interests and ages . The village has a train station with links to major transport network hub for direct routes to London, Nottingham, The North and Scotland - London is just over one hour to Kings Cross Station. . The bustling market town of Sleaford is within a short driving distance that provides renowned secondary education including a boys and girls grammer school - one which is in the top100 schools in the UK

Entrance Porch
9'4 x 5'6
Accessed from the side driveway with laminate flooring, ceiling coving & central light, internal window overlooking the dining room & window to the side elevation.

Sitting Room
22'4 x 14' plus bay window recess 7'8 x 4'4
Original beamed ceiling & windows to the side elevation, Inglenook style brickwork fireplace housing the multi-fuel burner stove set on stone hearth with original corner cupboard & shelving, radiator, storage cupboard & matching wall light sconces.

Dining Room
17'8 x 14'2 maximum
Original beamed ceiling & window to the front elevation, working period fireplace, radiator & matching wall light sconces. A door takes you through to the front stairs

Timber front entrance door with obscure part-glazed panels & quarry tiled floor.

Family Room
14'4 x 12'2
Original beamed ceiling with window to the front elevation, original working period fireplace, radiator, part-wood panelled walls & matching wall light sconces.

Downstairs Cloakroom
8'4 x 6'4
Fitted with a vanity unit incorporating the wash hand basin, separate W.C., radiator, ceramic tiled floor, twin pendant lights & window to the side elevation.

Inner Hall
7'2 x 6'9
Open entranceway to the office, tiled floor & window to the side elevation, door to the utility room.

Utility Room
14'4 x 7'9
Fitted with base cupboards, block wood worktops & tiled splash backs with plumbing & spaces underneath for washing machine & tumble drier, butler-style sink, radiator, ceiling down lights & smoke detector, two windows to the side elevation.

Office / Study
16'11 x 10' maximum 13'8 x 7'9 minimum
Previously the original kitchen with broadband connection, radiator, original York flagstone floor & window to the side elevation.

Boot Room
6'9 x 4'7
Door accessing the staircase rise to the first floor landing, built-in double cupboard housing the Ideal Mexico gas boiler, York flagstone floor, central light fitting & window to the side elevation.

Kitchen/Family Room
16'8 x `12'1 including stairs
Staircase rise to the first floor landing, radiator, ceramic tiled floor, ceiling down lights, stable door into the driveway, window to the side elevation & open entranceway into the breakfast kitchen.

Kitchen / Breakfast
13'7 x 9'8
Recently fitted with a painted country Shaker-style range of base cupboard, block wood worktops & upstands, tall larder unit with swing-out racking, carousel corner cupboard & breakfast bar, Belfast sink, Belling cooking range with glass lid splash back, overhead New World stainless steel extractor hood & fan. Bosch dishwasher, integral larder fridge, two contemporary radiators, ceramic tiled floor, bi-fold doors onto the rear decking, telephone point, ceiling down lights & window to the side elevation.

Master Bedroom
18' x 16'3 including gallery.
Galleried stair head with arched window to gabled roof, exposed cross timbers, covered radiator, double telephone point. panic alarm button, ornate ceiling light & triple aspect windows, staircase down to the boot room & door to bedroom six.

Bedroom Six
10'1 x 8'9
Built-in storage cupboard, radiator, ceiling pendant light & window to the side elevation.

Shower Room
7'6 x 6'6
Fitted with a three-piece suite comprising walk-in double shower enclosure, tiled wash hand basin & close-coupled W.C., chrome towel rail radiator, extractor fan , ceiling down lights & window to the side elevation.

Guest Room
13'9 x 9'8
Window to the rear elevation overlooking the garden, radiator, and pendant light.

First Floor Landing
Leading through to the other bedrooms with a feature area 7'9 x 7' having a window to the side elevation, radiator & sloping ceilings.

Dressing Room
Almost divided into two by wardrobe & drawer units, so easily transformed into another bedroom if required having window to the side elevation, radiator, sloping ceilings & wall lamps.

11' x 9'3
Fitted with a three-piece suite comprising corner spa bath with mixer tap shower attachment, overhead curtain & rail, pedestal wash hand basin & close coupled W.C., double airing cupboard housing the dipped hot water cylinder & shelving, covered radiator, part-tiled walls, further storage, ceiling down lights & window to the side elevation.

Bedroom Two
17'4 x 13'11 maximum
Window overlooking the church, original hob 18th century fireplace, hatch access to roof void, smoke detector & ceiling pendant light.

Bedroom Three
13'11 x 12'2
Window to the front elevation overlooking the church, open working fireplace, radiator, & matching wall light sconces.

Front View
There are double metal gates into the extensive gravelled driveway with security light providing parking for a number of vehicles with patio & raised decking to the rear enclosed by picket fencing & hedging.

Rear Garden
A metal pedestrian gate gives access to the private rear garden laid to lawn & paved patio with dwarf brick walling, small trees including mature frut trees, mature flower & shrub beds, timber shed & two storey playhouse, fully enclosed by hedging.

Bedroom Five
11'2 x 11'1 including door reveal
Window to the side elevation, radiator & central ceiling light.

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01 September 2016


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