An historic semi-detached house, dating back to the Pre Victorian era and conveniently situated in Louth’s town centre with only a short walk to it's amenities. The property offers good size accommodation including two double bedrooms, spacious lounge and kitchen and enjoys a private walled rear garden with pedestrian access via the neighbouring property. EPC rating D.
Louth is an attractive market town with a population of approximately 17,000 and enjoys a thrice 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.
Front Entrance Lobby
With panel effect double glazed front door and glazed inner door, opening to:
Lounge 4.3 x 4.38 metres
With timber framed double glazed window, radiator and built-in meter cupboard. Maximum width measurement into chimney recess.
Breakfast Kitchen 2.76 x 4.62 metres
With fitted base cupboards, stainless steel sink and drainer, radiator, uPVC double glazed window, space for a cooker and washing machine. Maximum width measurement into staircase.
Rear Entrance Lobby
With uPVC double glazed rear access door, built-in cupboard housing modern Alpha gas-fired Combi central heating boiler.
Bathroom 2.27 x 1.8 metres
With panel bath and Triton electric shower over, wash basin, WC, part tiled walls, access to roof space, radiator and timber framed double glazed window.
Stairs to 1st floor
With overhead cupboard.
Bedroom 1 4.31 x 3.7 metres
With built-in cupboard, radiator, access to roof space, ledge and braced period door and timber framed double glazed window.
With radiator, built-in wardrobe and cupboard over, wash basin and timber framed double glazed window.
Immediately behind the property is a concrete yard immediately with steps leading up to a lawn which is enclosed with brick walls. There is also a brick built store which has a double power point and light, timber shed and rear pedestrian access via the neighbouring property.
The property is understood to have mains water, electricity, gas and drainage.
Understood to be freehold.
Council Tax Band
According to the government online portal, the property is currently in Council Tax Band A.
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