A historic detached house which offers many character features including ingle nook fireplaces and original timber beams and stands in grounds of approximately 2.96 acres which include well maintained gardens, grass paddock, timber stable and tack room, detached brick built triple garage and an attached annexe to the house. The property stands on the edge of the village at the end of a no through lane and enjoys a private and semi rural location yet has the benefit of being within easy travelling distance of Louth. Epc rating F.
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.Keddington is a small village some two miles north-east from Louth and the property is situated at the end of a no through lane on the south eastern edge of the village. It is approached via a long tarmac driveway and enjoys a private position with attractive views over fields interspersed with semi -mature and mature trees. Within close proximity is Louth's former canal offering picturesque walks back into Louth or open countryside to the east.
Front Entrance Lobby 1.37 x 2.3 metres
With UPVc double glazed front entrance door, electric meter and consumer unit, oak brace and ledge door opening to:
Sitting Room 4.57 x 4.8 metres
With inglenook fireplace, UPVc double glazed windows, electric storage heater.
Inner Hallway 2 x 3.17 metres
With electric storage heater and under stairs cupboard.
Rear Entrance Lobby 2.14 x 2.98 metres
With UPVc double glazed rear access door, ceiling beams, Oak brace and ledge door and electric storage heater.
Cloak Room 1.73 x 2.12 metres
With WC, wash basin, storage cupboard, UPVc double glazed window and built-in cloaks cupboard.
Lounge 4.49 x 4.7 metres
With inglenook fireplace housing electric fire, alcove shelving, UPVc double glazed windows, electric storage heater.
Sun Lounge 5.27 x 5.7 metres
With tiled floor, UPVc double glazed window, timber framed double glazed bay window and external doors, electric storage heater. Measurements into bay.
Kitchen 2 x 4.49 metres
With fitted wall and base cupboards, PVC double bowl sink and drainer board, marble effect worktops, space for electric cooker, tiled splashbacks, UPVc double glazed window.
Utility Room 3 x 5.3 metres
With fitted wall and base cupboards, roll top marble effect worktops, space for washing machine and dryer, fitted storage cupboards, tiled floor, electric storage heater and UPVc double glazed window.
Stairs to first floor landing
With UPVc double glazed window and original ceiling and wall timber beams.
Bedroom 1 3 x 484 metres
With UPVc double glazed window and pine tongue and groove door, built-in wardrobe and cupboards over.
En-suite shower room 1.72 x 2.77 metres
With tiled shower, cubicle, wash basin, WC, electric, heated towel rail, electric panel heater and UPVc double glazed window.
Walk in dressing room 1.72 x 1.93 metres
With fitted shelving and clothes rails
Bedroom 2 4.83 x 4.92 metres
With UPVc double glazed windows, built-in wardrobes and cupboards over, walk in wardrobe having UPVc double glazed window and access to roof space.
Bedroom 3 2 x 4.65 metres
With UPVc double glazed window and telephone point.
Family Bathroom 2.1 x 4.78 metres
With panel bath, wash basin, WC, electric heated towel rail, UPVc double glazed window, pine tongue and groove panelling to lower section of walls, built-in airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder and shelving.
With covered entrance having brick coal store off and UPVc double glazed entrance door opening to entrance lobby which has a tiled floor, steps down to main house and further UPVc external door providing access to the rear of the annexe.
Sitting Room/Office 2.94 x 4.47 metres
With UPVc double glazed bay window, further UPVc double glazed window to side elevation, electric wall mounted panel heater and access to roof space.
Bedroom 2.96 x 3.95 metres
With fitted wardrobe and UPVc double glazed window.
En-suite shower room 1.36 x 3.23 metres
With tiled shower cubicle, wash basin, WC, electric heated towel rail, UPVc double glazed window and built-in laundry cupboard.
The property is approached via entrance gates and a long tarmac driveway and stands in grounds of approximately 2.96 acres. The delightful and well maintained gardens include spacious lawns, flower and shrub beds, mature and semi mature trees, Sand Stone paved patios and an a scenic stream running along the northern boundary of the property. Beyond the gardens is a grass paddock.
The outbuildings include:
Large Timber Shed 2.76 x 5.46 metres
with up over garage door, power and lighting.
Timber Stable 3.56 x 3.48 metres
Adjoining the stable is a Tack Room 3.57 m x 1.82m
Detached Triple Garage 6 x 8.21 metres
Having three electric roller shutter doors, power and lighting. Adjoining the garage is a lean to open fronted garden store.
The property is understood to have mains water and electricity. Non mains drainage.
The property is understood to be freehold.
Council Tax Band
According to the government's on line portal, the property is currently in Council Tax Band E. The site also states that there is an improvement indicator registered against the property. This means that there is a possibility that the property may be moved into a higher Council Tax Band when it is sold..
Prospective purchasers are advised to discuss any particular points likely to affect their interest in the property with one of our property consultants who have seen the property in order that you do not make a wasted journey. The map outlined in red is for illustration purposes only and only shows the approximate boundaries as shown on the Land Registry plan. Furthermore, the plan is not to scale and is subject to verification by a the legal advisors at sale stage.
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