From St James' Church in the town centre proceed north along Bridge Street into Grimsby Road and turn right at the crossroads onto the first part of High Holme Road. Carry straight on at the junction and follow the remainder of High Holme Road to the eventual T-junction and turn right. After a short distance at the mini-roundabout, take the first exit, carry on to the T-junction and turn left along Brackenborough Road. Take the second right turn into Fulmar Drive where the plot will be found on the right, behind 52 and 54 Brackenborough Road, with a Masons For Sale board. The Proposed House
The floor plans indicate the approximate room sizes and are indicative of the room layout as they are not to specific scale.
An artistic impression of the front elevation is shown on the front page of the sale particulars in one potential colour scheme - building materials are subject to approval in accordance with the planning permission and the purchaser will doubtless look to choose and implement their preferred colour schemes and materials. The approved design is for an attractive, individual house that will have twin gables and a centre pitched roof dormer window on the front elevation together with a projecting ground floor bay window, whilst the rear elevation features two sets of bi-folding French doors onto the sunny garden from the living kitchen, and three pitched roof dormer windows set into the rear roof slope. On the ground floor, the front door opens into an entrance hall with a good size under stairs store cupboard and a turning staircase with front window adjacent leading up to the first floor. A door on the right opens into the lounge which is a well-proportioned room with a walk-in bay window on the front elevation. A rear door from the hallway opens into the open plan living and dining kitchen which is some 7.35m in length and flooded with light from two sets of bi-folding French doors on the rear elevation. There is ample space to fit a range of modern units and appliances to two walls within the kitchen area, possibly incorporating an island unit with breakfast bar if desired.
A connecting door leads into a utility room, also having space for units with door to outside and a connecting door to the ground floor cloakroom/WC. The utility room also allows internal access to the integral garage which has an up and over door at the front.
On the first floor, the staircase opens onto an attractive gallery landing designed to have a balustrade across the stairwell overlooking the reception area below and illuminated by the front pitched roof dormer window. The master bedroom is positioned on the left side and is a good size with a deep walk-in dormer window and connecting door to an en suite shower room with an under-eaves store cupboard/wardrobe adjacent. On the right side of the gallery landing there are two further double bedrooms, each with walk-in dormer window and in the centre of the house at the rear is the family bathroom.
The plans show an off-street parking and turning area in front of the house with garden areas to be developed adjacent and further garden to the rear which enjoys the sun throughout the day. The Plot
was formerly a garden to 2 properties on Brackenborough Road and has lawned areas, some planted shrubs, flower beds, some paving and a detached double garage as shown in the photographs, with a double gate access from Fulmar Drive. Frontage to Fulmar Drive is approximately 13.8m with width increasing slightly at the rear and a maximum depth of 26.6m. Planning
Full planning permission was granted on the 18th of June 2019 for the erection of a house with integral single garage on the site of an existing garage which is to be removed, alterations to existing vehicular access and construction of a vehicular access to serve 54 Brackenborough Road. (The vehicular access to be constructed for number 54 Brackenborough Road will be carried out by the seller).
The planning permission has been granted in accordance with application number N/105/00763/19 and the Decision Notice and accompanying documentation can be viewed on the planning portal of the East Lindsey District Council website https://publicaccess.e-lindsey.gov.uk/online-applications/simpleSearchResults.do?action=firstPage or copy documents can be emailed as pdf's on request if preferred.
The planning permission is subject to conditions in respect of the timescale within which the development must be commenced, construction to be in accordance with the approved plans and approval of proposed materials for the building and hard surfaced areas by the local planning authority. Further conditions include approval of the boundary treatments which are proposed, and appropriate provision for surface water run-off whilst foul water from the development approved has to be collected and discharged into the existing foul water system, subject to sufficient capacity existing. The precise wording of the Planning Decision Notice and the relevant conditions should be considered in detail by a prospective purchaser in accordance with the approved plans. 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.
The town has a recently built sports and swimming complex, many local clubs, athletics and football grounds, tennis academy and courts, golf and bowling with attractive parks on the west side of Louth in Hubbards Hills and Westgate Fields. There is a thriving theatre and a cinema. The coast is about 10 miles away from Louth at its nearest point and the surrounding area has many fine country walks and bridleways. Viewing
Strictly by prior appointment through the selling agent. 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. Plans/maps and highlighted images are not to specific scale, are based on information supplied and subject to verification by a solicitor at sales stage against the sale contract plans. Site dimensions have been measured to apparent boundaries on site and should be verified against the contract plans when these have been completed. Applicants should satisfy themselves as to the precise position and accessibility of services and take note of the requirements within the planning permission. [BL]