5 bedroom detached house for saleMain Street, Gayton Le Marsh, Gayton le Marsh, Lincolnshire, LN13
Offers in Region of £300,000
- Two wood burners
- Ground floor cloakroom
- Recently Renovated
- Ground floor WC/Utility
- Generous Gardens
- Family Bathroom
- Separate dining room
- Private back garden
A formal viewing of this extensive property is strongly recommended to appreciate the size and quality of 'Bridge Cottage'.
The internal accommodation comprises of: Five bedrooms and four reception rooms. To the ground floor: a porch/boot room, entrance hall, inner hall, snug, kitchen, dining room, cloakroom, sitting room, conservatory and utility area. To the first floor there are five bedrooms (four double) and a large modern family bathroom,.
A wooden door leads into a spacious boot-room/porch, with tiled rustic flooring; wide wooden double glazed windows face unspoiled fields to the front aspect. There is lighting inside and out (indeed, around the whole house and the approach to it). A wooden glazed door leads into a spacious entrance hall.
Has solid oak flooring, space for storage under the stairs and inset spotlighting leading to the:
Which has a radiator, multiple power points, inset spotlighting, tiled flooring and glazed double doors leading into the dining room. Wooden doors lead off to the Lounge, Utility room and downstairs Cloakroom.
Snug: 13' 11x13'
From the entrance hall the snug has double glazed wooden windows to the front and side aspects, with an elegant multi-fuel burner inset to a feature fireplace. Radiator, phone point, TV Ariel point, multiple power points and solid oak flooring.
Kitchen: 15' 1 x 13' 1
This room is substantial, light and airy boasting impressive views of the garden and fields. It is a ‘living’ kitchen with an oak topped large island unit, with multiple base cupboards, as a focal point with ample space for seating, eating and preparing food. Offers a wide range and selection of birch wood cupboards, drawer units and shelving to both base and wall levels, one circular sink and tap with waste disposal unit and one ceramic sink with double drainer. Space for a dishwasher, fridge/freezer and a Rangemaster cooker, with fitted Rangemaster extractor hood. Tiled marble flooring with underfloor heating, exposed ceiling beams, inset spotlighting, multiple power points and two windows to side and front aspect which look out upon the garden to the side and one large window to the front with views over open fields. Open access leads to the:
Dining Room: 13' 2 x 10'
Having side and rear aspect double glazed wooden windows, overlooking the back and garden to the right side, this room is very light, bright and airy, with solid oak wooden flooring, Old London White Clarendon radiator and multiple power points.
Cloakroom: 7' 11 x 5' 7
A spacious room with a curved wall, dual low flush WC, bespoke handmade ceramic wash hand basin inset to a vanity unit with splash-back wall tilling, tiled flooring and wooden double glazed window to rear aspect.
Lounge: 23' 11 x 13' 2
Having double gazed wooden windows to the front and rear aspect overlooking the garden, a large multi-fuel burner inset to fireplace with stone hearth and wooden mantel. Exposed ceiling beams, Old London White Clarendon radiator, multiple power points, parquet flooring and glazed wooden door opening into the:
Conservatory: 14’3 x 5’ 3
Windows with rear and side aspect, pitched vaulted roof, tiled floor with underfloor heating, multiple power points. Wooden double glazed doors lead out onto the lawned garden. Connected to this is the:
Utility Room: 9’ x 7’ 4
Having built in cupboards and work tops, space and connection for a washing machine and dryer, tiled flooring, double glazed wooden window to rear aspect and wooden stable door to the side aspect.
First Floor -bedrooms, stairs and landing are newly carpeted.
Double Bedroom One: 16’ 1 x 13’ 3
Windows to the front and side aspect over-look garden and fields. This is a particularly large and light double bedroom and benefits from a classic retro Old London White Clarendon radiator, multiple power points and exposed ceiling beams at one end.
Double Bedroom Two: 13’ 3 x 11’ 10
Double gazed wooden window to the front and rear aspect and high ceiling again makes this room light, with beautiful views. Radiator, multiple power points and bespoke wash hand basin and wooden vanity unity.
Double Bedroom Three: 13’ 1 x 9’ 3
Double gazed wooden window to front aspect overlooking fields, substantial built-in wardrobes and alcove shelving, radiator and multiple power points.
Double Bedroom Four: 10’ 11 x 9’ 5
Double gazed wooden window to rear aspect, overlooking garden and fields, radiator, multiple power points, spot lights and high ceiling.
Bedroom Five: 9’ 10 x 5’ 10
Double gazed wooden window to front aspect, radiator, multiple power points, large storage cupboard housing the boiler, and retracting ladder access to the boarded insulated loft space, with light.
Bathroom: 10’ 7 x 9’ 5
This is a stylish large tiled bathroom with a corner bath, a large double shower cubicle with power shower, bidet, dual low flush WC and wash hand basin, alcove shelving and mirrored storage cupboard.
Inset spotlighting, double glazed wooden window to the rear of the property, overlooking fields and another loft access.
The property has a wide driveway providing off road parking for several vehicles, a sizeable open storage shed, housing four large wheelie bins, with space to spare. Gated access leads to a patio area. To the front of the property there is a gravelled low maintenance area with beds filled with lavender and a variety of flowers and plants.
Both of the sides are mainly laid to lawn, siting one of two log stores, mature trees and attractive shrubs throughout.
The garden of this large property wraps right around the whole house. The back garden is split into sections, and houses a large shed/workshop, with electric power, inside and out, multiple sockets, lights inside and out, another sizeable log store, a wired, full head-height chicken run with nesting box and a potting shed across the other side of the garden.
The first section as you exit the house from the wooden double glazed patio doors leading off the Conservatory, is mainly laid to lawn with flower beds and a large Bramley apple tree; it is beautifully quiet and tranquil.
The second is a gravelled area surrounded by a flower bed, perfect for a seating area, looking out over fields to the rear and the silver birch trees and a shady glade section of the garden to the other side. This then leads off to yet another gated area, laid to grass, with mature shrubs and a further cottage gate and bridge to the road.
The very back section of garden has recently been laid to seed so this will make for a very large level grassed area.
Mains water, electricity and drainage. LPG central heating and underfloor heating to the kitchen and conservatory.
Council Tax Band C.
The property has recently benefited from Cavity wall and Loft insulation.
Ofsted Outstanding School Catchment Area
Excellent Transport links to London
Close to local shops
Semi Open Plan Kitchen
Close to transport links
Oil central heating
Wooden double glazed windows
South facing garden
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)
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