5 bedroom detached house for sale

160 Spilsby Road, Lincolnshire, PE21

£425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Superb Period Property
  • Close to Pilgrim Hospital and Schools
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 4 Reception Rooms
  • Orangery to the Rear
  • Luxury Five Piece En-Suite
  • 1/3 Acre Plot (sts)
  • Sought After Location
  • Garage, Small Barn, Attached Workshop

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Manager's Notes?
Standing beautifully in a most sought after location on Spilsby Road, this superb period property enjoys mature and well established grounds of approximately a third of an acre (sts), and is very well positioned for buyers appreciating the proximity to the hospital with several schools including The High School and Tower Road Primary School within only a short walking distance. Simply known locally as 'Burton Corner', this beautiful family home has undergone quite a degree of refurbishment in recent years, and the current owners have managed to add as well as retain much of the period charm and character, with beautiful fireplaces, deep skirting boards, moulded architrave, panelled doors and some really rather exquisitely designed wallpaper which seems to add an individual personality to every room. The stunning Murdoch Troon bespoke hand made
kitchen is a perfect example of the winning combination of charming character and quality workmanship befitting such a beautiful period home, and it blends perfectly alongside more modern additions. The large orangery to the rear of the property for example, enjoys views of the whole garden and houses a Clearview Cast Iron Woodburner. This has again, in my opinion,
been a lovely addition to the home, providing a great space for entertaining all year around. With five double bedrooms and four reception rooms, there is a good degree of versatility to the property. It can easily lend itself perfectly to a growing family,perhaps to someone working from home, or to a family requiring a bedroom on the ground floor. I don't really want to tell you
any more about Burton Corner as I would of course prefer for you to go out to see the property for yourself. As can often be the case with period homes in my experience, there really is so much more to this property than meets the eye from the outside alone, and I don't want to spoil all of the surprises?.

Reception Hall - Having staircase to the first floor accommodation, radiator, coat hooks and doors arranged off to:

Lounge 13'10 x 13'5 (4.22m x 4.09m) - Having uPVC bay window to the front aspect, two narrow windows through to the study,beautiful Deco inspired cast iron fireplace and granite hearth suitable for use with an open fire, wall lights and ceiling light.

Sitting Room 18'6 x 13'1 (5.64m x 3.99m) - Having uPVC windows to the front and side aspect, radiator with radiator cover,fireplace comprising highly polished insert with arched interior and open grate suitable for use with an open fire, wall light points.

Dining Room 17'10 x 11'10 (5.44m x 3.61m) - Having bi-fold doors through to the orangery, uPVC window to the side, radiator and wall light points.

Orangery 23'9 x 15'9 (7.28m x 4.84m) - Of brick and uPVC construction with windows to the side and rear aspects having fitted blinds and French doors to the garden. Fully tiled flooring, walk in store room, and Clearview cast iron wood burner, built in entertainment unit with shelving within and bracket over for wall mounted TV and recessed spotlights.

Bespoke Breakfast Kitchen 21'4 x 11'11 (6.50m x 3.36m) - Comprising an extensive range of individually designed, handmade drawer and cupboard units beneath solid oak, rolled edged work surfaces. The large central island unit is quite a feature and also has the solid oak top and an overhang at either end supported by large ornate mouldings which enable the room for stools to
provide a place to dine if required. The island unit has an integral Baumatic wine chiller, a bank of drawers plus further cupboard unit with drawer over. Integral waste bins for both general and recycling waste also have the co-ordinating cupboard fronts. The Shaws double porcelain Belfast sink unit has a Bristan mixer tap over and is inset into a further unit providing additional storage
space. The Smeg cooking range has a six burner gas hob and double oven and has a tiled back panel within a large inglenook having over mantel, cupboards and drawers to either side and glass fronted display cabinets. The Viessman gas fired boiler is also tucked away within a tall larder unit. There is space and plumbing for a dishwasher beneath a further bespoke cupboard unit having oak worktop and removable oak drawers. The kitchen also benefits from a natural stone tiled floor, a beautiful wall mounted plate rack and a ceiling light fan to further compliment the spotlights recessed within the ceiling.

Walk in Larder / Utility Room - 9'0 x 7'9 (2.74m x 2.36m) - Having a tiled floor, and units comprising solid oak worktop with space beneath for washing machine and tumble drier and space to the side for a larder style fridge-freezer. A range of hand painted floor to ceiling cupboard units with shelving provide generous and valuable storage space.

Rear Entrance Lobby - Has a tiled floor, radiator, uPVC windows over-looking the driveway and garage and uPVC double doors.

Door to:

Study 14'9 x 11'2 (4.50m x 3.40m) - Having uPVC window to the front aspect, radiator and two feature windows to the lounge.

Rear hallway with a tiled floor has door to the Orangery and door to Cloakroom housing WC and corner wash basin, part tongue and groove panelling, radiator and radiator cover, tiled floor.
Landing - Has two radiators and uPVC windows to the front.

Bedroom One 13'10 x 11'11 (4.22m x 3.63m) - Has window to the front aspect, radiator and opaque glazed door through to the:

Luxury En-Suite Bathroom - 14'9 x 11'8 (4.50m x 3.56m) - Having windows to the front and rear and a superb white five piece suite of free standing bath with ball and claw feet and a Victorian style mixer tap over, Savoy pedestal wash basin and bidet, a low level WC with chrome fittings and a fully tiled shower cubicle with chrome fittings, shower attachment and water jets. There is a
chrome towel rail with integral radiator.

Bedroom Two 16'6 x 11'10 (5.03m x 3.61m) - Having window to the side aspect, cast iron fireplace and bespoke fully fitted wardrobes within the recesses of the chimney breast with decorative mouldings, reeded columns and porcelain knobs.

Bedroom Three 11'8 x 11'6 (3.56m x 3.51m) -Having window to the rear and radiator.

Bedroom Four 11'2 x 8'10 (3.36m x 2.69m) - Having a window to the rear and radiator.

Bedroom Five / Dressing Room 11'11 x 8'10 (3.36m x 2.69m) Having window to the side, radiator.

Bathroom - Having windows to the rear, fully tiled walls, spotlights to the ceiling, heated towel rail with radiator, pedestal wash basin and low level WC plus free standing bath with ball and claw feet and chrome coloured Victorian style shower-mixer over.

Outside - Situated, set well back from the road upon a good sized plot of approximately a third of an acre (sts) with well maintained, good sized shaped lawns and privet hedging with wrought iron railings to the front. A hand gate leads to a gravel footpath lined with shaped box trees and double wrought iron gates lead onto the driveway. The driveway itself is a combination
of ample stone and paved parking and hard standing for several vehicles, which lead up to the:

Single Garage 27'9 x 10'2 - Having electrically operated doors, light and power connected with small workshop attached and a generous Car Port area to the side providing additional hard standing for a boat or caravan etc. Double oak gates provide access to the rear garden, which is laid in the majority to lawn with flowering borders, surrounded by mature and established trees, shrubs and bushes which offer quite a degree of privacy for outdoor entertaining on the lawn or from the raised patio area. A Timber Summer House, Aluminium Framed Glass House and Timber and Felt Dutch Style Barn 10'7 x 7'0 are also included within the sale of the property.


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16 August 2017

Nearest stations

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  • Hubberts Bridge (4.4 mi)
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Nearest stations

  • Boston (1.3 mi)
  • Hubberts Bridge (4.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Fairweather Estate Agency, Boston

22 Dolphin Lane, Boston, PE21 6EU

01205 626064 Local call rate

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Standard geographic charges from landlines and mobiles apply and calls may be included in your telecom provider's call package.

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