3 bedroom cottage for sale

Mareham Le Fen - 2 bed cottage, 1 bed apartment, large workshop, outbuildings

£365,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Two bedroom cottage
  • 1st floor one bedroom self contained flat
  • Ground floor workshop with potential for various uses (stnc)
  • Enclosed courtyard
  • Extensive range of outbuildings
  • Popular village location

Full description

**New Price** Cottage and adjacent apartment and workshop - conservatory - breakfast kitchen - sitting room - two bedrooms - bathroom - self contained 1st floor apartment comprises living kitchen, bedroom and bathroom - ground floor workshop - enclosed courtyard with significant range of outbuildings.

Granary Cottage is a unique opportunity to acquire a two-bedroom cottage with adjacent workshop and large apartment above all accessed from an attractive fully enclosed courtyard area surrounded by a significant range of outbuildings. The vendors have extensively and sympathetically ungraded the property, raising the roof on the cottage to create a full first floor and insulating throughout to the highest standards.

The internal accommodation in the cottage comprises conservatory, breakfast kitchen, sitting room with two bedrooms and bathroom to the first floor with separate utility area on the entry to the workshop. The internal accommodation in the apartment comprises ground floor entrance hall leading to stairwell with landing leading to large living kitchen area with kitchen to one side, bathroom and mezzanine bedroom above.

The workshop occupies the ground floor below the apartment and offers potential to work from home, provide storage or could have potential for conversion to provide additional accommodation subject to the necessary consents.


Accommodation 
The property is accessed through upvc double glazed French doors leading into the:

Conservatory 
18' 8'' x 7' 10'' (5.69m x 2.39m)
Having upvc full height panels to all aspects, pitched polycarbonate roof, Victoria style radiator, multiple power points, laminate flooring and screw operated roof lights. A wooden stable door with small inset window leads to the:

Breakfast kitchen 
24' 6'' x 7' 10'' (7.46m x 2.39m)
Having a range of base units with one full height unit and ceramic sink plus drainer inset to roll edge worktop. Large range cooker with LPG hob and electric ovens with fitted extractor fan and downlighting above and space and connection for upright fridge freezer. Also having Victorian style radiator, inset spotlighting, quarry tiled flooring, staircase with storage and coat hooks below, wooden double glazed sash window to rear aspect, two small wooden double glazed windows to conservatory and wooden plank door to side aspect.

Sitting room 
24' 6'' x 11' 0'' (7.46m x 3.35m)
Having two wooden double glazed sash windows to front aspect, Clearview stove inset to brick inglenook fireplace with an oak lintel and at the opposite end of the room is a log store also with oak lintel crafted into the chimney breast to match the fireplace. Two Victorian style radiators, original wood flooring, phone point, multiple power points and wooden plank door with small glazed panel inset leading to front aspect.

First floor galleried landing 
Being a good size and L-shaped and having spindle and balustrade gallery, wooden double glazed side hung sliding sash window to rear aspect, wooden flooring, sloping ceilings and plank and latch doors leading off to:

Bedroom one 
11' 6'' x 11' 2'' (3.50m x 3.40m)
Having wooden double glazed sash windows to side aspect, Victorian style radiator, multiple power points and access to loft space.

Bedroom two 
12' 7'' x 11' 2'' (3.83m x 3.40m)
Having wooden double glazed sash windows to front aspect, Victoria style radiator and multiple power points.

The Flat 
Is accessed from the courtyard via a plank and latch door leading into the entrance hall having wooden double glazed window to side aspect, radiator, exposed ceiling beams, tiled flooring, coat hooks and part sloping ceilings. Up one step to the spindle and balustrade staircase, leading up to the:

First floor landing 
Having wooden double glazed sash window to rear aspect and wood panelled doors leading off to:

Living kitchen 
29' 7'' x 20' 0'' (9.01m x 6.09m)
Having three wooden double glazed sash windows to front aspect and one obscure wooden double glazed sash window to side aspect. The kitchen area is L-shaped and has a range of base and wall units, one and a half ceramic sink plus drainer inset to roll edge worktop with boarded and tiled splashbacks, space and connection for undercounter fridge, freezer and electric cooker with fitted extractor hood over, multiple power points and wooden flooring. The living area has Clearview stove inset to brick inglenook fireplace with an oak lintel, exposed ceiling beams and structural timbers, large storage cupboard with shelving, radiator, tv point, phone point, multiple power points, wooden flooring and wood panelled door leading to the:

Bathroom 
11' 10'' x 6' 5'' (3.60m x 1.95m)
Having tongue and groove panelled bath with shower over, low level wc, wall mounted wash hand basin, heated towel rail, appropriate wall tiling and boarding, wood flooring, store cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and obscure wooden double glazed sash window to rear aspect. From the living kitchen a steep open ladder leads to the:

Mezzanine room 
20' 0'' x 15' 7'' (6.09m x 4.75m)
Maximum dimensions. Currently used as a bedroom and having tv point, multiple power points, storage cupboard, exposed ceiling beams and steel tie bars, laminate flooring and full sloping ceilings.

Utility room 
9' 2'' x 7' 10'' (2.79m x 2.39m)
Having Stadler 'WVTherm' floor standing wood fired central heating boiler, old open fire grate inset to chimney breast, roll edge worktop over space and connection for two washing machines and tumble dryer, multiple power points, painted concrete floor, wooden single glazed window to side aspect, sloping ceilings and wood panelled door leading to the:

Workshop 
30' 2'' x 21' 9'' (9.19m x 6.62m)
Two obscure double glazed windows to front aspect both with internal steel rigid security grills, radiator, multiple power points, painted concrete floor and pair of hinged steel framed doors clad in corrugated tin sheeting to the side aspect allowing vehicular access.

Outbuildings 
Surrounding the courtyard are a range of outbuildings as follows: WC Brick outside wc with pan tile roof. 4 timber framed, corrugated metal clad open barns 15' x 10' (4.57m x 3.05m) 15' x 8' 5 (4.57m 2.56m) 15' x 8' 3 (4.57m x 2.51m) 15' x 8' 3 (4.57m x 2.51m) 2 timber framed, corrugated metal clad doored barns 15' x 8' 3 (4.57m x 2.51m) 15' x 8' 5 (4.57m x 2.56m)

Outbuildings cont./ 
Greenhouse 8' x 6' (2.44m x 1.83m) 2 timber framed, pan tiled roofed storage sheds 22' x 15' 10 (6.71m x 4.83m) 15' 8 x 11' 4 (4.77m x 3.45m) Lean to timber framed, corrugated metal clad open barn 29' 10 x 21' 2 (9.09m x 6.45m) Being L-shaped and in need of some refurbishment. Timber framed Barn 49' 10 x 13' 7 (15.19m x 4.14m) Having pair of wooden doors to front aspect (to be replaced with up and over garage doors), light and power connected and wooden personnel door to the side aspect.

Outside 
The property is approached at the side through a pair of 5-bar gates over a gravel driveway leading to the timber framed barn and alongside through a further pair of gates at the side of the timber framed barn. The courtyard boundaries are largely the surrounding buildings with wooden panel fencing to all the remaining boundaries making a fully secure dog proof garden. The courtyard is largely laid to gravel with attractive lawn areas all centred around an attractive raised bed with dwarf brick supporting walls. The front of the property is predominantly laid to tarmacadam with planting pockets for mature shrubs and roses round the door. A high personnel gate in high wooden fencing leads to the side of the property.

Utilities 
Mains water, electricity and drainage. Solid fuel central heating and LPG for cooking. Council tax band B for main dwelling and band A for the flat. EPC rating F.

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Added on Rightmove:
11 August 2017

Nearest station

  • Hubberts Bridge (10.7 mi)
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Nearest station

  • Hubberts Bridge (10.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Robert Bell & Company, Horncastle

Old BankChambers, Bull Ring, Horncastle, LN9 5HY

01507 640010 Local call rate

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