2 bedroom semi-detached bungalow for sale

Holden Drive, Burgh Le Marsh, SKEGNESS

Sold STC £135,000

Property Description

Key features

  • NO UPWARD CHAIN - 2 Bed Semi-Detached Bungalow
  • In the sought after area of Burgh Le Marsh, offering great access to the East Coast
  • Entrance Hallway, Lounge, Kitchen, Conservatory
  • 2 Bedrooms & Family Bathroom
  • Driveway, Garage & low maintenance Rear Garden

Full description

Tenure: Freehold


SUMMARY
NO UPWARD CHAIN. 2 Bed Semi-Detached Bungalow in the sought after area of Burgh Le Marsh, offering great access to the East Coast. With accommodation comprising of an Entrance Hallway, Lounge, Kitchen, Conservatory, 2 Bedrooms & Family Bathroom. Externally having off road parking & Garage.


DESCRIPTION
NO UPWARD CHAIN. William H Brown are delighted to present for sale this 2 Bed Semi-Detached Bungalow in Burgh Le Marsh which enjoys a highly sought after 'Edge of Town' setting, offering great access to the East Coast.

Entrance Hallway 
Entrance via upvc door with opaque glass panels, airing cupboard housing the tank and shelving ideal for bed linen/towels and storage cupboard housing the boiler with doors leading to all principle rooms.

Lounge 18' x 9' 11" min ( 5.49m x 3.02m min )
Fully carpeted with a double glazed window to the front elevation and wall mounted radiator.

Kitchen  10' 8" max x 9' 6" max ( 3.25m max x 2.90m max )
Tiled feature flooring, fitted range of wall, base and drawer units with complimentary worktops and inset sink with taps over, space for appliances, double glazed window to the side elevation, pantry ideal for storage provisions, wall mounted radiator, tiled splash backs, upvc side access door.

Conservatory 7' 2" x 9' 4" ( 2.18m x 2.84m )
Being a pvc Conservatory providing access to the rear Garden via double doors with glass panels allowing for an abundance of natural light and views over the rear garden.

Bedroom One 11' 10" x 10' ( 3.61m x 3.05m )
Being fully carpeted with wall mounted radiator, textured ceiling and access to the Conservatory via a sliding glass upvc double glazed door.

Bedroom Two 9' 5" x 8' 6" ( 2.87m x 2.59m )
Being Fully carpeted with wall mounted radiators and a double glazed window to the rear.

Bathroom  
Tiled feature flooring, tiled walls, loft hatch access, large shower cubicle with glass sliding door, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer taps over, low flush WC and double glazed opaque window to the side elevation.

External 

Garage 16' 11" x 8' 6" ( 5.16m x 2.59m )
Brick built detached Garage with concrete flooring and a double glazed opaque window to the rear, overhead storage, up and over door, full electricity and lighting.

Front Of The Property 
Being mainly laid to lawn with paved path around the Bungalow with a concrete Driveway offering ample off road parking and convenient access to the Garage.

Rear Of The Property  
The rear garden is paved and gravelled for ease of maintenance and is enclosed by timber fencing.

Amenities 
Burgh Le Marsh has a good supply of shops, including a traditional butcher's, baker's convenience shops, including a Co-op Store, fishmonger & an art gallery, along with restaurants & places to visit, being well equipped to cater for everyday needs on account of its regular bus service, post office, primary school, library, doctor's surgery, churches & village hall. Burgh-Le-Marsh has a grade 1 listed Anglican parish church which is dedicated to St Peter and St Paul, in addition to having a Baptist church & a Methodist chapel. Local public houses include the Fleece Inn on the Market Square, the Red Lion in Storey's Lane & the Bell Hotel, White Hart Hotel, White Swan & Ye Olde Burgh Inn on the High Street. There are numerous local clubs & societies, including many which would appeal to those with sporting interests.

Local Information  
Burgh Le Marsh is a highly regarded small scale rural town, situated approx. 5 km's inland from the thriving East Coast Resort of Skegness. For those looking for a quiet place to live away from the 'Hustle & Bustle' of modern city life, Burgh Le Marsh offers the 'Best of Both Worlds', boasting excellent transport links via the nearby A158, which by passes the town & is an integral part of the local transport network, the A52 & A16 with good access through to the cathedral city of Lincoln, the historic Lincolnshire Wolds Market Town of Louth, the busy port fishing town of Grimsby & the nearby town of Boston. Other local towns which are conveniently located include Spilsby, Alford & Wainfleet. For those wishing to escape to the coast, Burgh Le Marsh offers great access to numerous East Coast resorts including Ingoldmells, Mablethorpe, Sutton on Sea & Chapel St Leonards, all of which offer a wide range of seafront amenities, sandy beaches & associated attractions to suit all tastes.

Historical Information 
The town is built on a low hill, formerly the site of a Roman fort, surrounded by former marsh land, which influenced the town's name. Both the windmill & church are visible from far distances & are well known local land marks. The town actually has two 'Tower Mills', the untarred Hanson's Mill of 1855 (originally four-sailed), now a residence, and the tarred Dobson's Mill, which is run as a museum/restaurant. Built in 1813 by Sam Oxley (who also built Alford Windmill, a sister mill in the nearby town, it is unusual in being the only left-handed tower mill having five sails. "Left-handed sails" mean they rotate clockwise when viewed from the front - a very rare type of windmill. An old Roman road also passes through the town on the way to Skegness, and comes from the north-west via Tetford and Ulceby. Near the parish church is a large mound, understood to be a Saxon burial mound, where Saxon burial remains were found during the 1930s.


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3. Measurements: These approximate room sizes are only intended as general guidance. You must verify the dimensions carefully before ordering carpets or any built-in furniture.
4. Services: Please note we have not tested the services or any of the equipment or appliances in this property, accordingly we strongly advise prospective buyers to commission their own survey or service reports before finalising their offer to purchase.
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02 June 2018

Nearest stations

  • Thorpe Culvert (3.1 mi)
  • Havenhouse (3.3 mi)
  • Wainfleet (3.7 mi)
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William H. Brown, Skegness

20 Roman Bank, Skegness, PE25 2RU

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Nearest stations

  • Thorpe Culvert (3.1 mi)
  • Havenhouse (3.3 mi)
  • Wainfleet (3.7 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

William H. Brown, Skegness

20 Roman Bank, Skegness, PE25 2RU

01754 484004 Local call rate

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