Meadow Bank is a spacious detached family house which has been in the same ownership since it was built in the early 1980's and benefits from 4 double bedrooms as well as a large lounge and reception hall. The house is set back from the road on an elevated position with a plot of just under 1 acre and is situated in a desirable village which includes local shop, primary and nursery schools, village hall and public house. Epc rating E.
Legbourne is a popular village and is some 3 miles southeast of the town of Louth. Amenities within the village include a village shop, nursery and primary schools, village hall and public house. The nearby conurbation of 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 Legbourne and Louth are positioned on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds a designated area of natural beauty.
Entrance Porch 1.81 x 2.12 metres
With hardwood front door, tiled floor, coved ceiling, hardwood double glazed window.
With wash basin, WC, radiator, coved ceiling and hardwood double glazed window.
Reception Hall 3.55 x 4.09 metres
With under stairs cupboard, radiator, telephone point, coved ceiling and thermostat control.
Lounge 4.48 x 7.2 metres
With stone and slate open fireplace, hardwood double glazed bow bay window, radiator, coved ceiling and double glazed aluminium patio window.
Dining room 3.17 x 3.64 metres
With hardwood double glazed bow bay window, coved ceiling and radiator.
Snug 3 x 3.49 metres
With radiator and aluminium double glazed patio door.
Kitchen 3.63 x 3.98 metres
With fitted wall and base cupboards, stainless steel sink and drainer board, rolltop worksurfaces, integrated electric hob and oven, cooker extractor hood, tiled splashbacks, radiator, space for a dishwasher, double glazed hardwood window having view across the rear garden, pedestrian access door to garage.
Stairs to first floor gallery landing
With room to house a desk beneath a hardwood double glazed window, access to roof space and radiator.
Bedroom 1 3.44 x 4.22 metres
With built-in wardrobes, cupboards over and fitted dressing table, radiators and two hardwood double glazed windows. Measurements extending to 5.34m (17'5'')
En-suite shower room 1.8 x 2.71 metres
With tiled shower cubicle housing mains fed shower, wash basin, WC, radiator, tiled walls, hard wood double glazed window, radiator and shaver point.
Bedroom 2 3.55 x 4.51 metres
With fitted wardrobe, cupboard over and dressing table, two hardwood double glazed windows, radiator.
Bedroom 3 3.56 x 4.5 metres
With two radiators and two hardwood double glazed windows having attractive views over rear garden. Maximum width measurement.
Bedroom 4 2.94 x 3.68 metres
With built-in wardrobe, cupboard over and dressing table, two radiators and two hardwood double glazed windows having attractive views over rear garden.
Family Bathroom 1.96 x 3.51 metres
With white suite comprising of panelled bath having telephone shower tap, wash basin, WC, radiator, airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder, tiled walls, hardwood double glazed window, shaver point.
Double Garage 6.15 x 5.54 metres
With electric up and over door, pedestrian access doors to the kitchen and also to the rear garden, plumbing for automatic washing machine, stainless steel sink and drainer board, Myson oil fired central heating boiler and timer control, power and lighting, access to roof space.
The property stands in a plot of approximately just under 1 acre in and enjoys attractive and mature gardens which include a tarmac driveway and turning area, shaped lawns, a huge variety of shrubs, semi mature and mature trees, fruit trees, PVC oil storage tank, cold water tap, paved patio with views across the rear garden, village stream running along the edge of the front garden, flower and shrub beds and attractive views of the Lincolnshire Wolds to the west from the end of the rear garden.
The property is understood to have mains electricity, water and drainage. Oil fired central heating. Please note that the selling agent has not tested or serviced any of the services.
The property is understood to be freehold
Council Tax Band
According to the government's online portal the property is currently in Council Tax Band F
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