Park Avenue, Skegness
- Semi-Detached 9 Bedroom Property
- Working Guest House
- Chain Free
- 6+ Ensuites
- Enclosed Rear Garden with Sun Terrace
- Private Parking
- Close to Local Amenities
Offered chain free and currently used as a working guest house in a popular east coast seaside resort; this superb, immaculately presented and extended semi-detached property, boasts nine double bedrooms six with private en-suite facilities.
Private accommodation consists of a modern bathroom, well-appointed kitchen and large dining room. To the rear can be found a delightful and private sun terrace within an enclosed rear garden, alongside a private driveway for up to 4 vehicles and all just a short walk from local amenities and attractions, also offering the option of entering into the UK hospitality industry in one of the east coasts best-known seaside resorts.
The property also benefits from CCTV in an communal areas and outside.
Council Tax Band A - Non-domestic rates. Small business rate relief - there is currently no charge
The main entrance to the property is via a glazed porch with an internal door opening onto a second internal atrium ideal for tourism literature. An open archway from here leads through to the pleasant and welcoming reception hall which includes a large cloakroom cupboard - housing the gas boiler and fire alarm panel. Stairs rise to the upper floors and internal doors open onto a ground-floor en-suite bedroom as well as the spacious dining area.
24 9 (7.55m) x 11 10 (3.61m)
Boasting exposed ceiling beams, neutral décor and carpets throughout, the dining area is comfortably large enough to accommodate both soft furnishings and several dining tables and chairs designated to each individual guest room. The room is currently equipped with a large, wall-mounted flat-screen TV with warmth in the winter months is provided by two wall-mounted radiators.
Plenty of natural light floods the room through sliding patio doors allowing access to the sun terrace at the rear of the property. However, a decorative ceiling light and fan combination and classic-style ceiling array offer additional light after dark.
12 2 (3.70m) x 8 10 (2.69m)
The kitchen can be accessed either directly from the dining room or the hallway from the extension and includes another internal door opening onto the ground-floor bedroom, currently used as the owners private living quarters.
Equipped with a hard-wearing, block-style carpet, the well-equipped cooking and preparation area features beautiful 1930's stained glass windows, with an integrated sink including a waste disposal system and mixer tap located beneath.
Wood-finish base and wall units around all four walls offer plenty of storage above and below granite-effect worktops, with integral appliances including a double, eye-level electric oven and grill, an induction hob beneath an extractor, a dedicated eye-level slot for a microwave oven and space and plumbing for a dishwasher and two fridges.
White splash-back tiles have been fitted above the cooking and preparation areas with ample light provided by recessed, ceiling-mounted LED spotlights and under-cabinet lighting.
12 0 (3.65m) x 11 10 (3.61m)
Fitted with carpets and heated by a wall-mounted radiator, the accommodation adjacent to the kitchen is currently used as a private double bedroom. Decorated in white, the room includes a large picture window overlooking the short passageway along the side of the house leading to the external door to the extension.
Bedroom: 14 10 (4.53m) x 11 10 (3.61m)
En-suite: 5 10 (1.79m) x 4 7 (1.40m)
Accessed from the reception hall on the ground floor, Bedroom 1 is carpeted and includes a fitted open wardrobe and storage unit, ample space for a double bed, with large bay windows overlooking the front of the property allowing plenty of natural light.
The room is currently equipped with fixtures and fittings for a wall-mounted flat-screen TV and is heated by a wall-mounted radiator. The attached en-suite facilities include a fully-tiled shower cubicle, WC and pedestal hand basin.
Although currently used as guest accommodation, the room could be considered as a second private bedroom or living area if required.
With its own private entrance from a short passageway along the left-hand side of the property, the ground-floor extension could be considered as separate family accommodation or as private quarters if required. Included are: Office
The office area accessed from the private ground floor extension includes full wall length fitted cupboards. The hallway leads on to a utility area including a work surface with storage alongside space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, alongside space for a double height fridge/freezer.
8 10 (2.69m) x 5 10 (1.53m)
The contemporary design includes a pedestal hand basin set below a wall-mounted mirror, a bath equipped with a hinged glass splash screen and a shower attachment above, and a dual-flush WC set below brick-effect ceramic tiles. The room includes a sky light allowing for an abundance of natural light. with the rest of the panelled ceiling having been recently refurbished to incorporate LED lighting.
14 10 (4.53m) x 11 5 (3.47m)
A substantial double bedroom equipped with a large, integral wardrobe with mirrored sliding doors, the room is currently equipped as a colourful twin, with large casement windows overlooking the sun terrace at the rear of the house. The room includes carpets as well as a wall-mounted radiator for warmth.
11''4" x 10'6" (3.45m x 2.20m)
Also decorated in neutral colours and equipped with carpets, Bedroom 3 within the ground-floor extension is currently equipped as a single. However, there is plenty of space for a double bed if required. The room also includes fixtures and fittings for a wall-mounted, flat-screen TV.
Stairs from the reception hall rise to the first floor which includes twin storage cupboards plus an under stairs storage cupboard, as well as internal doors to four double guest rooms, each with their own en-suite facilities.
15 0 (4.56m) x 11 10 (3.61m)
En-suite: 5 6 (1.68m) x 4 5 (1.34m)
The largest of the four first-floor rooms, Bedroom 2 includes carpets in blue with a large casement window overlooking the front of the property. The room includes fixtures and fittings for a wall-mounted, flat-screen TV, some integral shelving and storage, alongside a handy, concealed fold up bed.
The en-suite facilities include a fully-tiled shower cubicle, WC and a pedestal hand basin below splash-back tiles in white.
Bedroom: 11 3 (3.42m) x 10 6 (3.19m)
En-suite: 5 7 (1.70m) x 4 8 (1.43m)
Also equipped as a comfortable double with dark-grey carpets, an integral desk, shelving and wardrobe, Bedroom 3 overlooks the rear of the house through casement windows above the dining room.
The en-suite facilities include a water-resistant, patterned linoleum floor, a fully-tiled shower cubicle, WC and a pedestal hand basin below splash-back tiles and a wall-mounted mirror.
Bedroom: 12 3 (3.73m) x 10 11 (3.32m)
En-suite: 5 9 (1.74m) x 5 2 (1.57m)
Currently equipped as a family room, Bedroom 4 overlooks the rear of the property through casement windows and offers ample room for a double and single bed if required.
Warmth in winter is provided by a wall-mounted radiator while the en-suite bathroom is decorated a pleasing lilac and includes a pedestal hand basin, WC, and a fully-tiled shower cubicle.
Bedroom: 13 2 (4.02m) x 8 8 (2.64m)
En-suite: 5 9 (1.74m) x 4 8 (1.42m)
Neutral décor contrasts nicely with a russet carpet in Bedroom 5, which is also equipped with fixtures and fittings for a wall-mounted TV, integral storage and shelving and with casement windows overlooking the front of the house.
The en-suite facilities attached to this room include a pedestal hand basin beneath an opaque window, WC and another fully-tiled shower cubicle, with warmth from a wall-mounted radiator.
Stairs from the first floor rise to the final guest accommodation on the second floor, which could also be considered as private quarters if required. Facilities on this level include the following:
Bedroom: 15 5 (4.70m) x 15 5 (4.70m)
En-suite: 9 1 (2.78m) x 8 10 (2.68m)
Also currently equipped as the larger family room, Bedroom 6 boasts a blue carpet contrasting with bright white décor with plenty of natural light allowed by dormer windows on two sides. Theres ample space for a double and two single beds with heating from a wall-mounted radiator.
The largest of the propertys en-suite bathrooms is also attached and includes a pleasant, water-resistant mosaic-effect laminate floor, a WC and pedestal hand basin as well as another fully-tiled shower cubicle with opaque glass panels.
Sitting a little back from the road, the property enjoys a little shade and screening from the road by an established tree, the dropped kerb allowing access to the asphalt drive which leads to an off-street parking area large enough to accommodate up to three cars.
The glazed porch can be accessed direct from here, with a flagstone pathway along the left-hand side of the house leading to the separate entrance to the ground-floor extension.
A flagstone sun terrace to the rear of the house can be accessed either from the sliding patio doors from the dining room or from a separate door allowing access to the accommodation within the ground-floor extension.
Additional features include neat gravel beds around the edges of the patio and two timber sheds for storage.
The property is only just over 200m from the resorts Suncastle pub, surrounded by gardens adjacent to the seaside promenade and the Natureland Seal Sanctuary off North Parade.
Other attractions within easy walking distance include the indoor Xcite Skate Park, The Storehouse Conference Centre, the theatre, a good selection of pubs, cafes and coffee shops and the resorts famous pier, amusement arcades and fairground.
Skegness Station is approximately a kilometre away, offering regular EMR services towards Nottingham. The town also boasts a large Tesco and Morrisons superstore, a branch of Lidl and the Hildreds Shopping Centre, hosting well-known high street brands as well as a good selection of smaller independent shops and businesses.
Secondary school options in the area include Skegness Grammar School, the Richmond School and the Skegness Academy. The Skegness Junior Academy was rated as a good school by Ofsted following its latest inspection in 2018.
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Park Avenue, Skegness
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Skegness Station0.6 miles
- Havenhouse Station3.7 miles
- Wainfleet Station5.4 miles
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