A newly refurbished Victorian terrace house within Louth's Conservation Area and providing an ideal starter, retirement home or 'buy to let' investment.
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 north east of the city of Lincoln and some 16 miles south of the town of Grimsby.
Kitchen Area 2.89 x 3.57 metres
With double glazed timber front door and fan light over. Newly fitted kitchen comprising wall and base cupboards and granite effect work tops. Retro style tiled splash backs in grey, stainless steel sink and drainer having mixer taps, space for a washing machine and oven. Timber framed double glazed window, oak skirting boards, newly installed Ideal Logic gas fired central heating boiler, digital room thermostat, ceramic tiled floor and under floor heating.
Living Room Area 3.37 x 4.96 metres
With oak skirting boards, ceramic tile floor and under floor heating, under stairs cupboard, digital room thermostat, uPVC double glazed patio doors.Measurements are into the staircase
Bathroom 2.2 x 1.6 metres
With new suite comprising panel bath with Triton shower over, tiled wall and shower screen, w/c, wash hand basin, fitted mirror and shaver points, extractor fan, uPVC double glazed window, vinyl flooring, ledge and braced pine door and oak skirting boards.
Stairs to first floor landing
With access to roof space, newly fitted carpet, hand rail and oak spindles.
Bedroom One 2.91 x 3.46 metres
With newly fitted carpet, timber framed double glazed window, radiator, ledge and braced pine door and oak skirting boards.Measurements are into chimney breast
Bedroom Two 2.95 x 2.61 metres
With uPVC double glazed window, radiator, oak skirting boards and pine ledge and braced door.
Outside - Front Garden
Laid to concrete with low level brick front wall.
Outside - Rear Yard
Which is paved and includes two small brick stores and what is believed to be a pedestrian 'right of way' for the benefit of Number 105.
Understood to have mains water, electricity, gas and drainage. Gas central heating. (new installation)
Understood to be freehold.
Council tax band
The council tax band is to be assessed.
Viewing strictly by appointment only through our Louth office.Louth office open: Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm. Saturday - 9 am - 1 pm.
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