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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Ferry Road, Barrow-Upon-Humber

Withdrawn from Market £670,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Subject Of Considerable Investment
  • Stylish High Specification Accommodation
  • Elevated Imposing Plot
  • Substantial Period Residence
  • Sympathetically Restored

Full description


Open Plan Dining Living Kitchen: 
27' 4'' x 20' 0'' max L shaped narrowing to 16'4"(8.32m x 6.09m)
The living area features a polished limestone fireplace with inset enamel wood burning stove. There are two archways open to the kitchen which has a comprehensive range of stylish classical cabinets with complementing solid granite worktops and centre island unit. A tall food larder unit incorporates drawers and integrated appliances include inset Aga range cooker to the chimney breast, refrigerator and dishwasher (set into the island), twin ceramic Belfast style sink. The dining area has double French doors leading to the enclosed terrace.

Downstairs WC: 
With wash hand basin.

Utility Room: 
11' 6'' x 9' 4'' (3.50m x 2.84m)
Includes twin ceramic Belfast style sink, plumbing for automatic washing machine, fitted cupboard housing two independent gas fired central heating boiler units.

First Floor:  

This spacious light and airy space is a particular feature of this property with central archway and a through aspect.

Standing on an elevated imposing plot bordering open countryside on the outskirts of the village, this substantial period residence has been sympathetically restored providing all the mod cons of the 21st century and offers extremely versatile accommodation. Offering up to five reception rooms, ideally suited to those who work from home, also offering potential for an annex if desired. Take a look at the photographs and floorplan to appreciate the lifestyle on offer.

Situated in the most popular desirable village of Goxhill, which has a very active social community and a highly regarded good primary school with a varied range of village amenities including a Post Office, newsagents, Spar supermarket, Co-Op supermarket, garage, doctor's surgery and pharmacy. There is also a popular Village Hall. The local train station is situated within the heart of the village and is ideally placed for both local and distance travel to the Humber bank and adjoining towns of Scunthorpe, Brigg, Grimsby and Immingham as well as the Humberside International Airport. It is also conveniently located near to the Humber Bridge with links to the City of Hull, the M62 and M180.

The accommodation is arranged on the ground and one upper floor and can be seen in more detail on the dimensioned floorplan forming part of these sale particulars and briefly comprises as follows:

Entrance Vestibule:  
With double mahogany doors leading to ...

The property stands particularly well on an elevated plot with a wide frontage. A double width driveway creates easy in and out access with turning spaces offering multiple parking. The property is set well back from the road and is screened by mature shrubs and trees. There is a spacious lawn which extends to the side of the property where there is a small orchard and kitchen garden with raised planters and fruit frames, greenhouse and shed. The garden extends to the rear of the property which is mainly lawned, includes a spacious Indian slate patio with three sets of French doors leading from the house. In addition there is a fully enclosed terrace with a range of useful outbuildings including workshop, boiler room, wood store plus two additional garden stores.

Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected to the property.

Central Heating: 
The property has the benefit of a gas fired central heating system via two independent boilers to panelled radiators.

Double Glazing: 
The property has the benefit of majority double glazing.

Council Tax: 
Council Tax is payable to the North Lincolnshire Council. From verbal enquiries we are advised that the property is shown in the Council Tax Property Bandings List in Valuation Band G.*

Fixtures & Fittings: 
Certain fixtures and fittings may be purchased with the property but may be subject to separate negotiation as to price.

*The agent has not had sight of confirmation documents and therefore the buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor or surveyor.

En-suite Shower Room: 
Half tiled complementing a three piece suite comprising shower cubicle, cantilevered wash hand basin and low level w.c. plus heated towel rail.

Bedroom 5: 
14' 5'' x 12' 9'' max (4.39m x 3.88m)
Including the space of the en-suite.

Incorporates a wash hand basin and low level w.c.

First Floor Laundry: 
12' 4'' x 6' 8'' (3.76m x 2.03m)
Plumbing for automatic washing machine and twin Belfast style ceramic sink.

Master Bedroom: 
20' 3'' x 16' 2'' max L shaped (6.17m x 4.92m)
Includes a range of fitted wardrobes.

En-suite Bathroom: 
Fully tiled in polished Travertine limestone tiling complementing a three piece suite comprising panelled bath with shower over, cantilevered wash hand basin and low level w.c. plus heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2: 
15' 4'' x 15' 2'' max L shaped (4.67m x 4.62m)
Incorporating the space of the en-suite.

Bedroom 3: 
15' 3'' x 15' 2'' (4.64m x 4.62m)
Includes wash hand basin.

Family Bathroom: 
Features a four piece classical style suite comprising a free standing cast iron bath on ball and claw feet, pedestal wash hand basin, low level w.c. and bidet.

Bedroom 4/Guest Suite: 
16' 3'' x 11' 0'' max; 4.95m x 3.35m)
Including the space of the en-suite.

Large Reception Hall: 
33' 5'' x 13' 0'' approx narrowing to 8'3" (10.18m x 3.96m)
Featuring a fine staircase to a half landing with arched stained glass window, featuring oak flooring and mosaic tiling. Understairs storage cupboard.

Drawing Room:  
17' 9'' x 16' 0'' max including bay window (5.41m x 4.87m)
Featuring a tall mantel period style fireplace with over mantel mirror, cast iron inset and open hearth.

10' 4'' x 8' 9'' (3.15m x 2.66m)

Sitting Room: 
14' 11'' x 13' 4'' max including bay window (4.54m x 4.06m)
Currently used as a study, featuring a rustic brick fireplace with wood burning stove.

Dining Room: 
27' 0'' x 13' 10'' including bay window (8.22m x 4.21m)
Feature oak flooring.

31' 3'' x 13' 10'' (9.52m x 4.21m)
Featuring oak flooring, inset rustic brick fireplace with wood burning stove and double French doors leading to the garden.

Agents Note:  
The lounge and dining area form part of a later single storey extension which would lend itself to conversion to a granny flat or ideal offices for those who work from home.

13' 11'' x 12' 9'' (4.24m x 3.88m)
Double French doors leading to the rear patio.

Strictly by appointment with the sole agents.

We will be pleased to offer independent advice regarding a mortgage for this property, details of which are available from our Fine and Country Office on 01482 420999. Independent advice will be given by Licensed Credit Brokers. Written quotations on request. Your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other loan secured on it.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
11 July 2017


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