5 bedroom detached house for saleBARROW GRANGE, WOLD ROAD, BARROW UPON HUMBER
With its perfectly symmetrical, wisteria adorned front elevation complete with multi pane sash windows and central entrance, Barrow Grange is a fine home displaying all the architectural virtues of the Georgian era. Once inside, the interior follows suit with high ceilings, marble fireplaces, original window shutters and floorboards and a lovely return staircase all confirming the historic credentials of this elegant property.
The house stands within grounds approaching one and a quarter acres and is situated on the western fringe of the popular village of Barrow upon Humber. Originally the residence to a much larger farm the property enjoys open aspects to three sides with its main elevation facing west across its own lawned gardens.
Principal features of the accommodation include the welcoming Reception Hall from where the spindle balustrade staircase leads to the first floor, a magnificent Dining Room with double aspect windows and a white marble fireplace and the lovely Sitting Room, again with twin windows and a white marble fireplace. The Living Room is a great room for relaxing and everyday dining with French doors opening to the garden and an archway linking to the Breakfast Kitchen. The Breakfast Kitchen itself is comprehensively appointed with cherrywood cabinets, striking black granite worksurfaces and a superb Aga range cooker complete with companion oven and additional hob. Further ground floor accommodation includes an excellent size Utility Room, a Cloakroom and the particularly good size Study which provides scope for a range of alternative uses depending on a buyers needs.
At first floor level the impressive Landing gives direct access to five well proportioned double Bedrooms, three with useful storage cupboards. The main Bathroom is equipped with a classic white suite including a roll edge bath with a marble surround and twin side by side washbasins. There is a separate Shower Room complete with a larger than average cubicle and a further separate Toilet which could be adapted to be an ensuite facility to one of the bedrooms if required.
Barrow Grange has the benefit of oil fired central heating and a mix of wooden framed and uPVC framed double glazing plus some single glazed windows. After many years of occupation by the currents owners the property offers a little scope for decorative updating and minor refurbishment but this gives a new purchaser the chance to add their own style as required.
With numerous outbuildings, a south facing side terrace, mature trees and shrubs and sweeping lawns, the grounds are one of the property's greatest assets. They enjoy a good level of privacy with only farm buildings located nearby whilst all the facilities of Barrow upon Humber including general stores, a butchers and popular pubs are only a short drive or a leisurely walk away.
All in all Barrow Grange is a beautiful home enjoying a lovely setting and with space galore for a growing family. Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate all that it has to offer. EPC Rating - F
A classic principal entrance from where the elegant spindle balustrade staircase leads to the first floor. There is an original wood floor, a useful understairs cupboard and a column radiator.
DINING ROOM 4.88m (16'0") x 4.27m (14'0")
A beautiful room featuring a white marble fireplace with an open fire basket. Double aspect windows with shutters generate plenty of natural light and there are two column radiators and a picture rail.
SITTING ROOM 4.88m (16'0") x 4.27m (14'0")
Again with double aspect windows and a white marble fireplace with an open fire grate. There are recessed display bookshelves, a picture rail and two column radiators. A glazed door links through to the Living Room.
LIVING ROOM 4.88m (16'0") x 4.27m (14'0")
Ideal for everyday dining and relaxing and with glazed French doors opening to the terrace. Two steps down link through an arch to the Breakfast Kitchen and there is a natural wood floor and a column radiator.
BREAKFAST KITCHEN 7.01m (23'0") x 4.11m (13'6")
Comprehensively appointed with a range of craftsman made cherrywood wall and base cabinets with black granite worksurfaces incorporating inset circular bowls. There is a twin oven gas Aga plus a companion oven and hob, all set beneath a wide extractor canopy and there is also a granite topped island unit with breakfast bar overhangs at each end. The floor is tiled, plumbing is provided for an American style fridge freezer and there are inset down lighters to the ceiling.
UTILITY ROOM 4.62m (15'2") x 2.92m (9'7")
With a recessed white glazed sink, provision for appliances, a central heating radiator and a door leading outside.
With a white w.c. and a round handbasin.
STUDY/OFFICE 4.88m (16'0") x 4.34m (14'3")
With a white painted brickette fireplace, recessed shelves and a central heating radiator.
With an arched window on the half landing of the staircase and a column radiator.
BEDROOM ONE 4.88m (16'0") x 4.27m (14'0")
An excellent size bedroom with useful cupboards, a column radiator and a picture rail.
BEDROOM TWO 4.27m (14'0") x 3.71m (12'2")
With a white fireplace, a cupboard and a column radiator.
With a white suite comprising a w.c. and a small handbasin. Central heating radiator.
BEDROOM THREE 4.32m (14'2") max x 3.15m (10'4")
With a column radiator.
BEDROOM FOUR 3.91m (12'10") x 3.91m (12'10")
With double aspect windows, a column radiator, a useful storage cupboard and high level storage.
BEDROOM FIVE 4.62m (15'2") x 3.96m (13'0")
Accessed through the Inner Landing area and with a column radiator.
BATHROOM 2.92m (9'7") x 2.84m (9'4")
A traditional style bathroom featuring a white suite comprising a roll edge bath set within a white marble surround, twin inset washbasins and a w.c. There are cream cabinets units, large wall mirrors and a column radiator.
Featuring a larger than average cubicle with a clear door and a fixed head mixer shower. There is a heated towel warmer.
Barrow Grange stands within magnificent grounds which extend to between one and one and a quarter acres in total. The principal elevation looks out across its own gravelled drive to the extensive west facing lawned garden which is bordered by established trees and shrubs which provide privacy and screening. To the southern side of the main house there is a delightful lawned garden enhanced by a lovely paved terrace and well stocked flower and shrub beds. Mature trees create a lovely backdrop for the area and there is a pebble water feature. To the northern and eastern side of the house there are a number of outbuildings including a substantial wooden barn/store, a Boiler House and adjoining store, greenhouses, chicken run, a pig sty and a dog kennel.
Mains water and electricity are connected. Drainage is by way of a septic tank. There is a fitted water softener.
Comprises radiators as detailed above connected to the oil fired boiler.
The property has the benefit of a combination of sealed unit wooden framed double glazing to some windows, part uPVC framed double glazing and wood framed single glazing.
North Lincolnshire Council.
Our enquiries of the Local Authority indicate the property to be in Council Tax Band G.
Freehold - subject to Solicitors verification.
By appointment through the Agents on Grimsby 311000.
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)
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