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4 bedroom house for sale

Waterside Road, Barton-upon-Humber

Sold STC £295,000

Property Description

Key features

  • * Award Winning Property *
  • Converted School House
  • Extensive Accommodation
  • Private Courtyard Garden
  • Potential to Acquire More Land
  • Four Bedrooms and Bathrooms
  • Kitchen with Centre Island
  • Study and Utility Room
  • Double Tandem Garage and Parking
  • Viewing is Essential

Full description


Introduction - The Old School House is a beautiful Civic Society Award winning property which dates back to 1880. Offering extensive accommodation with many attractive features. Briefly comprising of four bedrooms and bathrooms, one bedroom and bathroom being located on the ground floor, providing the perfect space to be used as an annexe. A vast main reception area, fitted kitchen with centre island and a Range cooker. Utility room. Spacious mezzanine galleried landing. Double garage and delightful walled Mediterranean styled courtyards with the potential to purchase additional land.

Location - Barton upon Humber is a highly regarded historic market town with quaint shops, supermarkets, stylish restaurants, cosy pubs, charming coffee shops, a quiet library and a petrol station. It benefits from having various recreational facilities, which include a cricket pitch, football pitch and Leisure Centre. Barton upon Humber also benefits from being surrounded by open countryside. There are junior and senior schools within the town, with Baysgarth coeducational secondary school and sixth form having recently undergone a twelve million pound redevelopment. Barton upon Humber is approximately 8 miles south of Hull, and a short journey away to nearby Brigg, Scunthorpe and Grimsby. The shopping and nightlife of neighbouring towns means you are never far from a faster pace of life, whilst the distinctive Churches, wildlife reserves and popular museum of Barton upon Humber allow you to make the most of the quiet life as well. Barton upon Humber benefits from having a train station and is ideally placed for both local and distance travel to Humberside International Airport. It is also conveniently located next to the Humber Bridge with links to the city of Hull, the M62 and the M180 with buses running every half hour.

Directions - From Lovelle Estate Agency, 9 King Street, Barton upon Humber, DN18 5ER. Turn right onto Chapel Lane and then straight over at the cross roads onto High Street. At the round about take the second exit onto Castledyke West, follow the road round and at the 'T' junction turn left onto Waterside Road. Continue to follow this road where you will find The Old School House on the left hand side, identified by our 'For Sale Board'.

Particulars Of Sale -

Entrance - The property is entered through a solid wooden door with a feature arched Cathedral style colour glass fan light above leading into the entrance vestibule. The vestibule has quarry tiled flooring, a range of built in storage cupboards which compliment features of the front door and height of this room. Coving to the ceiling, ceiling rose, deep skirting boards and decorative architrave. Cast iron radiator. Doors leading to the main reception area and a utility room with a coloured glass fan light above.

Main Reception Area - 6.66m x 7.39m ext to 10.61m (21'10" x 24'3" ex tto - A substantial main reception area emanating character with a solid wooden floor, four cast iron radiators, a bespoke staircase leading to the first floor accommodation with a galleried landing, coving to the ceiling, deep skirting boards and four arched wooden Cathedral style windows with opaque coloured glass finish. The main attraction in this area is the stunning eye catching fireplace with an over mantle, feature clock, mirror and a brick hearth which houses a living flame coal effect gas fire. Two ceiling fans, a ceiling rose and decorative architrave. Television point. Door through to the kitchen.

Kitchen - 5.09m x 4.92m (16'8" x 16'2") - The kitchen has a range of bespoke Ash wall and base units with contrasting Granite worktops, splashback tiling and a centre island. A gas and electric Rangemaster 110 with double oven, five ring gas hob and halogen warming plate with an extractor canopy over. Double Belfast sink with drainers and shower style detachable head mixer tap over. Wooden double glazed window to the rear elevation looking out into the garden and UPVC sliding patio doors. Doors to the study and through to the rear lobby/boot room.

Boot Room - 1.91m x 2.73m (6'3" x 8'11") - Housing for the Baxi boiler. Wooden door leading onto the side elevation with decorative coloured glazed inserts and a wooden double glazed window to the side aspect. Central heating radiator and coving to the ceiling. Doors to a bathroom and an additional reception room or a further bedroom creating the option of an annexe.

Bathroom - 1.92m x 2.06m (6'4" x 6'9") - The bathroom consists of a three piece white suite incorporating a bath tub with side panel and shower attachment over, pedestal wash hand basin and a push button WC. Ceramic tiling to the floor and splashbacks. Central heating radiator and coving to the ceiling. Ventilation extraction fan. Wooden double glazed obscure window to the rear elevation.

Additional Reception/Bedroom Four - 3.04m x 4.65m (10'0" x 15'3") - This versatile ground floor room is currently being used as Bedroom Four having coving to the ceiling, a central heating radiator and a UPVC wooden double glazed opaque window with decorative coloured finish to the side aspect.

Study - 2.63m x 4.79m (8'8" x 15'9") - This fantastic space has ceramic tiling to the floor, coving to the ceiling, a wooden decorative glazed door and window leading out to the rear garden. Central heating radiator. A range of built-in furniture incorporating display units, a desk, drawers and cupboard space. Door through to the utility room.

Utility Room - 2.22m x 2.60m (7'3" x 8'6") - Continuation of the ceramic tiled flooring. Space for an American style fridge freezer. Wall and base units. Stainless steel sink and drainer. Plumbing for a washing machine. Built-in storage. Coving to the ceiling. Housing for the consumer unit. Half height ceramic tiling to the walls.

First Floor Accommodation -

Mezzanine Landing - An open balustrade staircase leads onto the galleried mezzanine landing which overlooks the main reception living area and provides a perfect space for a study, an additional living area or a further bedroom. Wooden flooring. Coving to the ceiling. Doors to three bedrooms.

Master Bedroom - 3.90m x 4.93m (12'10" x 16'2") - The master bedroom has a comprehensive range of fitted bedroom furniture incorporating four wardrobes and an additional walk-in wardrobe too. Spotlighting and coving to the ceiling. Wooden double glazed window looking out to the rear elevation. Door through to an en-suite bathroom and a door linking through to bedroom three, again creating versatility.

En-Suite Bathroom - 4.94m x 1.98m (16'2" x 6'6") - The en-suite bathroom comprises a four piece white traditional suite incorporating a pedestal wash hand basin, push button WC, bidet and an eye catching roll top bath tub with claw feet and central telephone style shower attachment. Central heating radiator. Wooden double glazed window to the rear elevation. Coving and spotlighting to the ceiling. Ventilation extraction fan. Ceramic tiling to the walls.

Bedroom Two - 3.21m x 5.01m (10'6" x 16'5") - This spacious bedroom has a wooden double glazed window to the rear elevation. Coving to the ceiling. Central heating radiator. Built-in wardrobe. Access to the loft. Door through to the en-suite.

En-Suite - 1.81m x 2,63m (5'11" x 6'7") - The en-suite consists of a three piece white suite incorporating a pedestal wash hand basin, low flush close coupled WC and a corner shower cubicle with body jets and a seating facility. Ceramic tiling to the floor. Central heating radiator. Wooden double glazed opaque window with coloured glass finish. Door to the eaves.

Bedroom Three - 4.59m x 2.83m (15'1" x 9'3") - Bedroom three links through to the master bedroom and would make an ideal dressing room or a nursery if needed. An arched Cathedral style opaque window with coloured glass finish is to the side elevation. Coving to the ceiling. Cast iron radiator. Door to bedroom one and a further door to an additional en-suite.

En-Suite - 1.49m x 1.68m (4'11" x 5'6") - This en-suite comprises a three piece suite incorporating a pedestal wash hand basin, push button WC and a shower cubicle with body jets. Ceramic tiling to the walls. Coving to the ceiling. Spotlighting and ventilation extraction fan.

Outside The Property -

Rear Elevation - The garden has been designed in a Mediterranean style with two walled courtyard areas, raised borders and an orangery. These private areas are perfect for outdoor dining and entertaining. However, there is potential to acquire further land to expand the rear elevation.

Additional Courtyard Image -

Double Garage - A driveway down the side of the property providing off street parking leads to a double tandem style garage.

Front Elevation - To the front of The Old School House is a paved area with raised borders and decorative wrought iron railing and gate.

Local Authority - This property falls within the geographical area of North Lincolnshire Council - 01724 296296

Advisory Note - Please be advised if your are considering purchasing a property for Buy To Let purposes, from 1st April 2018 without an EPC rated E or above it will not be possible to issue a new tenancy, or renew an existing tenancy agreement.

Agent's Note - These particulars are for guidance only. Lovelle Estate Agency, their clients and any joint agents give notice that:-

They have no authority to give or make representation/warranties regarding the property, or comment on the SERVICES, TENURE and RIGHT OF WAY of any property.

These particulars do not form part of any contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representation of fact.

All measurements/areas are approximate. The particulars including photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive.

SKB Estates Ltd T/A Lovelle Estate Agency

Viewings - By appointment with the sole selling agents Lovelle Estate Agency, telephone 01652 636587.

We recommend prior to making an appointment to view, prospective purchasers discuss any particular points likely to affect their interest in the property with one of our property consultants who have seen the property in order that you do not make a wasted journey.

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