A newly refurbished Victorian House within Louth's Conservation Area and providing an ideal starter, retirement home or 'buy to let'.
Louth is an attractive market town with a population of approximately 17,000 and enjoys a trice weekly open market, independent shops and national retailers, three supermarkets, leisure centre, two Golf courses, cinema and theatre. The town is positioned on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds a designated area of natural beauty and is situated some 25 miles northeast of the city of Lincoln and some 16 miles south of the town of Grimsby.
Lounge Area 2.99 x 3.47 metres
Living room areaWith under stairs storage cupboard, underfloor heating, staircase leading to 1st floor, digital central heating thermostat.
Kitchen Area 2.91 x 3.43 metres
With newly fitted kitchen units comprising of wall and base cupboards, granite effect roll top worksurfaces, stainless steel sink and drainer board, retro style tiled splashbacks, space for washing machine, integrated Lamona electric oven and gas hob having extractor hood over, Ideal gas fired combination central heating boiler, double glazed window, part glazed front door with fanlight over, underfloor heating, down lighters.
Rear Lobby Area 1.66 x 3.4 metres
With down lighters, underfloor heating, digital central heating thermostat, UPVC double glazed doors opening to rear yard.
Bathroom 2.23 x 1.67 metres
With white suite comprising panel bath having tiled splash tiling and electric Triton shower over, WC, wash basin, fitted mirror, shaver point, extractor fan and UPVC double glazed window.Maximum measurements
First Floor Landing
With access to roof space.
Bedroom 1 2.93 x 3.46 metres
With radiator, double glazed window, pine ledge and brace door.Measurements into chimney recess
Bedroom 2 2.93 x 2.67 metres
With radiator, UPVC double glazed window and pine ledge and brace door.
At the front of the property the garden is laid to concrete. To the rear of the property there is a paved patio area and footpath, an open fronted brick store and an adjoining brick store. We understand the property benefits from a pedestrian access over neighbouring properties providing access back onto Church Street
Property is understood to have mains water, electricity ( to be connected), gas and drainage. Gas central heating
The property is understood to be freehold
Council Tax Band
To be assessed
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