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Squires Meadow North Somercotes LN11 7GB
£295,000 | 3 bedrooms

Property features

• Immaculate, spacious detached bungalow
• Efficient, digitally controlled underfloor heating
• 3 double bedrooms, 2 ensuite shower rooms, family bathroom
• Reception hall, superb lounge
• Dining-or sitting room, conservatory
• Fitted breakfast-kitchen with appliances
• Utility Room, detached garage with store
• Long block driveway and parking forecourt
• 2nd gated access to separate block paved parking area
• DG windows, uPVC fascias and soffits

Directions Travelling south into North Somercotes on the A1031 road, pass by the Axe and Cleaver public house on the right and continue to the village centre. Take the left turn opposite the Methodist Chapel along Churchill Road and then carry on until the right turning into Willerton Road is found on the right side. Turn along here and proceed until the turning into Squires Meadow is found on the left. Take the turning and go towards the end of this small, attractive development of individual homes - the long driveway leading to number 9 will be found on the right side. The secondary access is kept locked but can be found by turning left at the end of Willerton Road onto the small unmade lane. The first gates on the left open onto the second parking area and garage.

The Property This well-designed bungalow is now about 10 years old and has brick-faced walls beneath a pitched timber roof structure covered in concrete tiles. The windows and external doors are uPVC framed double-glazed units and the fascias and soffits are in complementary white uPVC.

The accommodation is superbly arranged to provide three excellent double bedrooms (two of which each have an ensuite shower room) and contemporary living space of generous proportions which flows beautifully from a large reception hallway.

The lounge has dual aspect windows and stands within the projecting front wing while the second reception room can be a sitting room (as at present) or dining room, with French doors onto the conservatory beyond and a wide opening to the impressive breakfast-kitchen adjacent. An oil-fired central heating boiler provides under-floor heating with individual digital room thermostat controls and a pressurised hot water system. A glance at the EPC graph will confirm the efficiency and economical running costs of this property.

The detached garage is built to complement the bungalow with brick-faced twin-skin walls under a pitched concrete tiled roof and has an attached sturdy garden store finished to a high standard.

This exceptional property has been maintained and finished to exacting standards and represents a turn-key opportunity for a discerning buyer.

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

Part-glazed (double-glazed) front door with decorative pane, outside light adjacent and double-glazed side panel to:

Reception Hall Surprisingly spacious with a ceramic-tiled floor, coved ceiling with light point, door chimes and a smoke alarm. White moulded trap access to the roof void. Recessed airing cupboard containing the hot water cylinder, central heating programmer and manifolds for the under-floor heating system.

Lounge A beautifully proportioned room with window to the front and side elevations. Modern white pillared fire surround with mantle shelf over an electric stove set on a polished composite stone hearth and surround. Two wall light points, ceiling light point and TV points to two corners of the room.

Sitting or Dining Room with a modern floor covering in a distressed oak style, two single floating wall shelves, coved ceiling with centre light point and wide walk through opening from the breakfast-kitchen adjacent, creating an open-plan effect which can be further enhanced by opening the wide double-glazed French doors at the rear, into the:

Conservatory a good size with a pitched and hipped opaque polycarbonate roof, top opening windows and a combined light and ventilation fan to the ridge. The uPVC double glazed windows have low sills and extend around 3 sides with wide French doors onto the patio area outside.

Breakfast-Kitchen A spacious and well-appointed modern kitchen with an extensive range of oak-fronted units comprising base cupboards and two drawer units all having granite effect roll-edge work surfaces with light grey metro-style ceramic tiled splash backs.

Single-drainer white ceramic one-and-a-half bowl sink unit with brushed metal mixer tap. Integrated Lamona dishwasher, Lamona refrigerator, Bush built-in electric oven incorporating grill and Lamona electric hob over with stainless steel cooker hood having inset light above. Space to one side with plumbing for an American style fridge-freezer.

To the centre of the room is a bespoke movable island unit with a feature three-way light over, both of which can be rotated through 90 degrees as preferred, the island having further base cupboards in contrasting grey with complementary work surface and breakfast bar. High level TV point for a wall-mounted TV. Rustic timber wall shelves on industrial style metal brackets. Ceramic-tiled floor and coved ceiling with eight inset LED spotlights.

Utility Room With roll-edge work surface, base cupboard unit and tiled splash backs all complementing the kitchen units, single-drainer stainless steel sink unit and Worcester oil central heating boiler. Rear part-glazed (double-glazed) door with decorative pane to outside. Coved ceiling, coat hooks to wall plaque, extractor fan and electricity consumer unit with MCB's.

Bedroom 1 (Rear) A double room with a laminated oak effect floor covering, coved ceiling and door to

Ensuite Shower Room 1 White suite of low-level dual-flush WC, slender pedestal wash basin and white ceramic-tiled shower cubicle with chrome mixer unit and folding glazed screen door. Ceramic tiled walls and floor, coved ceiling with LED spotlights and extractor fan. Mirror-fronted wall cabinet.

Bedroom 2 (Front) A further double room with a white-oak effect floor covering, coved ceiling and door to

Ensuite Shower Room 2 White suite of low-level dual-flush WC and slender

pedestal wash basin. Shower cubicle with oak-panel effect splash boarding, chrome mixer unit and folding glazed screen door. Ceramic tiled walls and floor, coved ceiling with LED spotlights and extractor fan. Mirror-fronted wall cabinet.

Bedroom 3 (Front) Another double bedroom with a coved ceiling.

Family Bathroom White suite of bath with side panelling in modern distressed timber splash-boarding, pedestal wash-basin and low-level dual-flush WC. Ceramic-tiled walls and floor, shaver socket, led ceiling spotlights and extractor fan. Mirror-fronted wall cabinet


Detached Garage With up-and-over door, painted concrete floor and a long range of racked wall shelving; twin strip lights, power points and electricity consumer unit. Rear window onto the:

Attached timber Garden Shed With tile-effect textured roofing and electric light.

Grounds The bungalow has front and rear garden areas and has been kept to an easily managed layout with front and rear block-paved driveways providing a wealth of parking and turning space. The main drive from Squires Meadow belongs to this property with a right of access over the initial area for the neighbouring property. The rear driveway is accessed through double timber gates from the unmade lane as previously described.

The garden at the rear includes a lawn, a gravelled seating area to one side of the conservatory which is also ideal for flower pots and tubs, whilst to the opposite side is a slab-paved spacious patio for alfresco dining and a matching slope up to the rear door. Timber fencing encloses one corner of the garden, where the modern oil storage tank is concealed, and this area also forms a screened storage point for wheelie bins.

Pedestrian gates on each side of the bungalow open onto pathways from the front and the property has ample exterior lights including dusk-till-dawn lighting, low level lights to the conservatory and by the garage, LED front and rear soffit lights, sensor floodlight over the garage and an external water tap. The garden area at the front is largely block paved for parking with gravel beyond and a stone retaining wall to a shrubbery bed.

Viewing Strictly by prior appointment through the selling agent

Location North Somercotes is a larger than average village in the coastal area of Lincolnshire and has a number of local shops, a post office, two public houses, schools, take-away food shops, butchers, restaurant, playing fields with pavilion and bowls club, church and village hall. There are some pleasant walks nearby whilst the beach and coastal pathways are less than 1.5 miles away. There is a holiday park on the south side of the village with fishing lake, tennis courts, snooker room, bars and there are walks through pine woodland.

Louth is the main market town in the area and Grimsby is the nearest main business centre. Louth has a recently completed sports complex with swimming pool and gymnasium, together with golf course, bowls and recently opened tennis academy.

General 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 water, electricity and drainage but no utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage. The property is in Council Tax band D.

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