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52 Wood Lane, Louth, LN11 8SA
£235,000 | 2 bedrooms | 0.03 acres

Property features

• Superb 2 bed detached bungalow
• Block paved driveway and garage
• Modern dining-kitchen and bright spacious lounge
• Conservatory and attractive rear garden
• Gas CH and owned solar panels
• Reduced electricity bills and an income
• DG windows, modern bathroom
• Presented to an exceptional standard

A superbly presented and well-designed detached bungalow in an established residential area of Louth. The bright and contemporary interior includes two well-proportioned double bedrooms, a bathroom with a pale ivory-coloured suite including a bath and shower cubicle, an entrance porch and larger than average reception hallway, modern dining kitchen with an extensive range of units and built-in appliances, freezer/general store adjacent, Victorian-style conservatory and a spacious lounge with front and side windows. Gas central heating system, uPVC double-glazed windows, fascia boards and soffits, owned solar panels providing income, block-paved driveway providing excellent parking/turning space and detached brick garage. Attractive and beautifully kept gardens to the front and rear.
 
SUMMARY A superbly presented and well-designed detached bungalow in an established residential area of Louth. The bright and contemporary interior includes two well-proportioned double bedrooms, a bathroom with a pale ivory-coloured suite including a bath and shower cubicle, an entrance porch and larger than average reception hallway, modern dining kitchen with an extensive range of units and built-in appliances, freezer/general store adjacent, Victorian-style conservatory and a spacious lounge with front and side windows. Gas central heating system, uPVC double-glazed windows, fascia boards and soffits, owned solar panels providing income, block-paved driveway providing excellent parking/turning space and detached brick garage. Attractive and beautifully kept gardens to the front and rear.

The Property The bungalow is estimated to date back to around 1974 and has traditional brick-faced cavity walls beneath a pitched timber roof structure covered in concrete interlocking tiles. Heating is by a gas-fired central heating system and there are owned solar panels on the south-west roof slope connected to the bungalow's power system and feeding the national grid to also provide an income. The property has been greatly improved over recent years and has uPVC-framed, double-glazed windows of generous size, creating a very bright and airy interior. The fascias and soffit boards have also been replaced in complementary white uPVC and there is a Victorian-style conservatory to the rear. There is a good size detached, brick-built single garage with light and power. A glance at the EPC will immediately convey the efficiency and low running costs which are enjoyed by this well specified home.

Main entrance at the side of the property with double-glazed door and matching double-glazed side panel to the : -

Accommodation (Approximate room dimensions are shown on the floor plans which are indicative of the room layout and not to specific scale)

Enclosed Entrance Porch with floor covering in oak parquet style, coving to the ceiling with cross-pattern to centre light point and recessed cloaks cupboard which also contains the electricity meter, consumer unit the MCBs, isolator switch for the solar PV system and a Solic 200 solar unit feeding the hot water immersion heater. Further glazed door and matching glazed side panel from the porch into the:

Reception Hall An excellent size with an oak-effect Karndean floor laid diagonally with borders, coved ceiling, central heating thermostat and a combination of white six-panel and glazed multi-pane doors leading off. Recessed airing cupboard with linen shelves and containing the insulated copper hot water cylinder fitted with immersion heater and connected to the Solic 200 unit as described above. Access with drop down ladder to the insulated roof void with light and boarding for storage and access purposes.

Lounge An impressive, contemporary and spacious room which is particularly bright with a wide window having low sill on the front elevation and two higher-level windows to the side elevation. Polished composite stone feature fireplace with an inset, LED illuminated flame-effect electric fire. Two ceiling light points, coved ceiling and TV aerial socket.

Dining Kitchen Attractive and extensive modern range of units with birch-effect facings, long metal handles and roll-edge, textured granite-effect work surfaces to include base cupboard and drawer units extending to form a shaped peninsula dining-bar. Ceramic tiled splash-backs in pastel shades and a single drainer, one and a half bowl, stainless steel sink unit. Matching range of wall cupboards with high level pelmet lights over the side window and downlighters beneath the wall units. Built-in appliances comprising Neff electric oven incorporating grill, Neff ceramic four-plate hob and Neff stainless steel finish cooker hood above with downlighters. Integrated Hotpoint washing machine, integrated Neff refrigerator and corner cupboard housing the Ideal Mexico 2 gas-fired central heating boiler operating with a programmer located in the airing cupboard. Ceramic tiled floor, coved ceiling with inset LED spotlights, TV aerial point and side window, together with an internal window onto the conservatory at the rear. Freezer store with ceramic tiled floor extending through from the kitchen, high-level shelving, coat hooks and a deep, built-in base cupboard housing a Fridgemaster freezer. Double-glazed door to the : -

Victorian-style Conservatory Well-proportioned with an opaque polycarbonate roof, brick base walls with low sills to the windows on all sides, vertical louvre blinds and an inward opening French door on the side elevation.

Master Bedroom (front) An extremely good size, this double bedroom has a dual aspect with a wide window on the front elevation and a second window to the side. Coved ceiling with inset LED spotlights.

Bedroom 2 (Rear) A further well-proportioned double bedroom with a wide window on the rear elevation overlooking the enclosed garden and coved ceiling with inset LED spotlights.

Bathroom A bright and well-presented bathroom with a suite comprising ivory-coloured panelled bath with a beech-style side panel and complementary vanity unit, having inset wash hand basin with single-lever mixer tap and cupboards beneath. Ceramic tiled splashbacks and a white, low-level WC with beech unit concealing the cistern and providing storage to each side. Tall chrome, ladder-style radiator/towel rail, Karndean flooring, shaped archway and coving to the ceiling with inset extractor fan and LED spotlights. Shower cubicle with marble-effect, splash-boarded surround and glazed screen door, together with wall-mounted mixer unit hand set and a combined extractor fan and spotlight above.

Detached brick-built Garage with up and over door at the front, strip light and powerful LED ceiling light to the rear, power points, wall shelving, built-in bench and further shelving beneath. Useful range of cupboards to one side. Rear double-glazed window and complementary part-glazed (double-glazed) pedestrian door to the rear garden.

Outside The bungalow stands back from Wood Lane and is approached through a brick pillared entrance onto an excellent block-paved driveway and turning area which creates a spacious parking forecourt whilst leading past the bungalow to the garage. There is a capped front boundary wall with further pillars and a garden adjacent to the driveway with lawn, flower beds, shrubs and ornamental trees. A pathway leads around the side of the bungalow where there is an outside water tap.



A gate between the bungalow and garage leads into the enclosed rear garden which is a delightful feature of the property and arranged as split-level lawns with two flights of steps between and a centre raised brick-walled flower bed, borders with further shrubs, bushes and flowering plants, conifer hedge to the rear boundary and further paved areas surrounding the conservatory. To the rear of the garage there is a slab-paved patio which is an ideal area for garden furniture and for barbequing.



The exterior is illuminated by a number of outside lights including LED floodlights and LED downlighters recessed into the uPVC soffit boards along the side of the driveway.

Viewing Strictly by prior appointment through the selling agent.

Location Louth is a popular market town with three busy markets each week, many individual shops, highly regarded primary, secondary and grammar schools, and many cafes, bars and restaurants. Grimsby is approximately 16 miles to the north whilst Lincoln is some 25 miles to the south-west.



Louth has a recently completed sports and swimming complex, many local clubs, athletics and football grounds, tennis academy and courts, golf and bowls with attractive parks on the west side of town in Hubbards Hills and Westgate Fields. The town has a thriving theatre and a cinema. The coast is about 10 miles away from Louth at its nearest point and the area around Louth has many fine country walks and bridleways.

Important Information The particulars of this property are intended to give a fair and substantially correct overall description for the guidance of intending purchasers. No responsibility is to be assumed for individual items. No appliances have been tested. Fixtures, fittings, carpets and curtains are excluded unless otherwise stated. Plans/Maps are not to specific scale, are based on information supplied and subject to verification by a solicitor at sale stage. We are advised that the property is connected to mains gas, water, electricity and drainage but no utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage. The property is in Council Tax band B.
 

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