3 bedroom detached house for saleSchool Lane, Redbourne
- Charming and Distinctive Grade Two Listed Cottage
- Three Good Sized Bedrooms, and one bed cabin in garden
- Fitted Kitchen Open Plan Day Room with Garden Views
- Superb Sitting Room with Mahogany Fire Surround
- Open Dining Room with Feature Edwardian Style Cast Iron Fire Surround
- Three Good Sized Bedrooms & Bathroom with Double Ended Roll Top Bath
- Mature Delightful Lawned Gardens & Off Road Parking
- EPC Rating "Exempt"
Fine and Country Northern Lincolnshire are delighted to present to the market this 17th century charming and distinctive grade two listed cottage thought to be part of the old school grounds possibly an old school masters home although other suggestions lie with connections to the Hall. The cottage is complimented by a timber guest annex within the grounds with one bedroom, bathroom and open plan kitchenette/ living space.Located within the picturesque village of Redbourne at the end of school lane, opposite a tranquil brook with tree lined approach opposite. Passers-by are enchanted by the façade of this distinctive building, utilising limestone stone and gothic arched windows and to the front the original cross shape arrow slits above. Extended to the rear over time and superbly refurbished to provide a beautifully proportioned detached residence which offers flexible accommodation of ease and charm where the past and present seamlessly embrace.The kitchen and day room is a light and welcoming space - the undoubted family centre of this impressive home created by the vaulted ceiling, triple aspect windows and twin sets of French doors to the country garden and patio area bringing in the outside space perfectly. The kitchen has been sympathetically fitted, finished in Murdoch Troon solid wood painted units with oak working surfaces, and centre Island with breakfast bar, the focal point of the room being a exposed brick gothic style arch with brick chimney breast forming a recess which houses the range. The household’s domestic needs are met by the good sized utility directly from the kitchen. The Day room is open plan from the kitchen allowing for the family to spend time together arranged around a chimney breast with multi-fuel burning stove.To the front of the cottage is the superb sitting room which is gently bathed with soft light from dual aspect windows to create an ideal, relaxing space set around a mahogany fire surround with open cast iron fire. More formal occasions are catered for in the dining room with feature Edwardian style cast iron fire surround and grate. A study and downstairs cloak room completes the ground floor.To the first floor there are three good sized bedrooms, served by a family bathroom with double ended roll top bath with ball and claw feet.Brook Cottage stands in mature delightful lawned gardens that wrap around the rear and side of the cottage with a designated bark infilled play area and gravel laid patio approached from the kitchen and Day room for ease of al-fresco dining. Parking is provided to the property by a gated gravel laid drive way.
LIVING KITCHEN AREA
17' 0'' x 11' 9'' (5.19m x 3.59m)
With ceiling light, vaulted ceiling, two sealed unit timber framed windows to two aspects, timber framed sealed unit double glazed French doors to the garden area, kitchen has a range of shaker style units in cream with block oak work surfaces and inset Belfast style sink with chrome mixer tap, integrated fridge and built-in ceramic hob. In addition there is a built-in cast iron fireplace and solid oak flooring.
7' 5'' x 11' 10'' (2.25m x 3.61m)
With ceiling light, loft access, two timber framed sealed unit double glazed windows and central heating radiator, leading to:
The gardens are mainly laid to lawn and are arranged to the side and rear of the cottage with several small trees, raised vegetable beds and children's barked play area forming one of the best features of the property with several seating areas to sit and relax taking in the truly sublime surroundings. The garden is enclosed from the road via a stone wall with a picket style gate. A gated gravelled driveway provides off road parking and space subject to planning for a garage (the vendor informs us that planning was previously granted and power is available to the area and the base for the garage is under the part of the existing drive/grassed area we would advise that this is investigated fully prior to purchase if so required). In addition to the main cottage there is a one bedroom timber annex with sealed unit double glazed windows and gas fired central heating.
The cottage is heated by a gas central heating system and the timber annex is heated by an electric central heating system with its independent hot water system.
Redbourne is a picturesque village with popular village pub and restaurant within easy reach of the A15 leading to Lincoln approximately twenty miles away or to the M180 with links Grimsby and Hull and is located approximately six miles from the market town of Brigg and within three miles of the small town of Kirton Lindsey with primary and senior schooling where there are a wealth of local shops to include butchers, bakers coop and two public houses. Hibaldstow is also less than three miles away with local shops.
With spotlights to ceiling, sealed unit double glazed window to the front of the annex, three piece suite in white with close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps and corner shower unit with thermostatically controlled shower and glazed shower screen, chrome heated towel rail and tiled flooring.
12' 4'' x 8' 2'' (3.77m x 2.50m)
With ceiling light, vaulted ceiling, roof window, four piece suite in white comprising of Victorian style wash basin with chrome taps, matching close coupled WC, freestanding double ended roll top bath with ball and claw feet with chrome mixer tap and handheld shower attachment, corner glazed shower cubicle with curved glazed shower screen, rainwater shower and handheld attachment with thermostatic control.
12' 5'' x 13' 6'' Plus wardrobe space (3.78m x 4.12m)
With ceiling light, vaulted ceiling, built-in wardrobes with tongue and groove solid timber doors, two traditional timber framed windows to the front of the property, feature chimney breast with painted cast iron fire surround and central heating radiator.
11' 11'' x 11' 6'' maximum (3.64m x 3.51m)
With ceiling light, vaulted ceiling, Velux roof window, traditional timber framed window to the side of the property, central heating radiator and over stairs balustrade.
13' 7'' x 8' 8'' (4.14m x 2.63m)
With vaulted ceiling, beamed ceiling, Velux roof window, built-in storage cupboard with solid timber tongue and groove door, built-in window seat and central heating radiator.
FRONT ENTRANCE HALL
Entrance through a four panel leaded gothic arch shaped obscure glass timber framed entrance door leads directly to the staircase and gives access to the two front reception rooms, ceiling light point.
12' 0'' x 15' 6'' (3.66m x 4.72m)
With spotlights to ceiling, beamed ceiling, traditional timber framed windows to both front and side, feature stone wall, cast iron fireplace with mahogany surround and tiled hearth, central heating radiator.
11' 9'' x 10' 2'' (3.58m x 3.09m)
With wall lights, timber framed window to the side of the property, cast iron fireplace with open grate and floral tiled insert, stood on tiled hearth, central heating radiator and solid wood flooring.
A feature traditional solid wood door with gothic arched top with inset leaded glass with floral design and side top lights to arch, leading directly into:
A long side entrance hallway with study and cloakroom off and giving access to the kitchen/day room and leading to an L shape to the front of the property to lead around to the dining room and to the sitting room. With twin ceiling lights, cornice to ceiling, three gothic arched timber framed windows to the side of the property and solid oak flooring.
CLOAKROOM WITH COAT & BOOT ROOM
With spotlights to ceiling, traditional timber framed window to the rear of the property with leaded glass and floral design, built-in shelving, close coupled WC, wall mounted wash basin with chrome mixer tap and wood effect flooring.
11' 4'' x 7' 7'' (3.46m x 2.31m)
With spotlights to ceiling, traditional timber framed window to the rear of the property and built-in shelving.
27' 3'' x 13' 8'' (8.31m x 4.17m)measured to include Day Room
With vaulted ceiling with suspended beam and ceiling light point, a traditional timber framed gothic arched window to the rear and timber framed French doors to the rear patio. Fitted with a range of bespoke built Murdoch Troon solid wood units painted cream with antique black effect handles, with block oak work surfaces, built-in double Belfast style sink with chrome mixer tap, matching centre island with integrated breakfast bar, traditional style central heating radiator and stone flagged flooring to kitchen area. Kitchen also has brick built cooker recess in Gothic arch style with tiled splashback. Open Plan to the:-
OPEN PLAN DAY ROOM
The day room is open plan from the kitchen area and enjoys views over the rear garden via French doors a triple aspect is created via three gothic arched timber framed windows. A chimney breast with recessed cast iron multi-fuel burner stood on brick hearth with oak mantel creates the focal point of the room, Three wall light points central suspended ceiling beam below a vaulted ceiling.
8' 11'' x 11' 4'' (2.71m x 3.46m)
With ceiling light, traditional timber framed window to the rear of the property, Belfast style sink stood on brick supports, with wood effect roll top work surface, space for tumble dryer and plumbing for automatic washing machine, space and plumbing for American style fridge-freezer and stone tiled flooring
Staircase to first floor leading to split level landing area with three ceiling lights, two built-in storage cupboards, recessed storage shelving and loft access.
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