A rare opportunity to acquire combined residential and commercial property in the popular Wolds village of Binbrook, near Market Rasen. Located in the central market place of Binbrook in a prime location is this charming two bedroom end terrace with shop to the front. The shop is currently used as a hairdressing salon and to the rear and above this is the residential accommodation, briefly comprising two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen opening to lounge/diner with separate office space. The property gives scope for many potential uses, including shops, bakery or greengrocer and the like, as well as having the potential for conversion into complete residential use or vice versa, subject to the relevant planning consent. The property benefits from gas central heating and double-glazed windows. The Cottage Accommodation
(Approximate room dimensions are shown on the floor plans which are indicative of the room layout and not to specific scale) Kitchen
Timber rear entrance door with frosted glass leading into bright and airy kitchen consisting of a range of ivory-coloured wall and base units with stone-effect roll top laminated work surfaces, stainless steel single bowl sink, tiled splashbacks, single Moffat electric oven and Moffat four ring electric hob with extractor above. Space for washing machine and attractive light-coloured tiling to the floors throughout. Step down leading to: Lounge/Diner
Neutrally decorated and carpeted with central heating radiator, window to the side elevation, door off leading to: Office Space and Understairs Storage
A good-sized office space with power point and storage under stairs. Bathroom
Timber door into light and airy bathroom with tiled flooring and partially tiled walls, double-glazed wooden-framed window to the rear, white three piece suite consisting of bath with Triton electric shower over and shower curtain, low-level WC and wash hand basin. Storage cabinets to either side and central heating radiator. First Floor
Staircase leading to carpeted landing with door leading into: Bedroom 1
A very good-sized double bedroom with wooden-framed, double-glazed windows to the front, carpeted flooring and feature exposed ceiling beams with spotlights to the ceiling. A door off the bedroom leads to a good-sized dressing room or wardrobe space with spotlights to the ceiling and loft access hatch. Bedroom 2
Another double bedroom with carpeted flooring, wooden-framed double-glazed window to the rear, neutrally decorated. In the corner is a cupboard which contains the heating Ideal Logic Plus gas central heating combination boiler. Outside
To the rear of the property is the secluded and sunny garden enclosed by wooden panel fencing with side access gate onto Mount Pleasant. A mainly gravelled, low-maintenance area with steps down leading to patio area and access to the rear entrance door. The garden also has right of way access for the neighbouring property to walk through. Commercial Unit/Shop
The completely separate commercial unit has its own access on the frontage to Market Place, located in close proximity to other local amenities and directly in the centre of Binbrook. Housed within the Period property, the shop unit has an attractive frontage with painted white brickwork and feature arched windows constructed of wood with double-glazed units installed. Currently in use as a hairdresser's salon but could easily be converted for other potential shop uses. Timber wooden entrance store leading into the open plan space with two large basins and electric shower mixer units and shelving to the alcove. Neutrally decorated throughout with vinyl cushion flooring in an attractive light tiled pattern. In a corner is a storage cupboard with shelving and housing the electric hot water heater. The shop could continue to be used for commercial purposes or it would be possible to knock through into the rear residential area, converting it into a fully residential property. This would require obtaining the relevant planning consent which buyers would have to make their own enquiries into. Location
Binbrook is positioned in a scenic area of the Lincolnshire Wolds and is approximately 8 miles from Market Rasen, 10 miles from Louth, 12 miles from Grimsby and 24 miles from Lincoln.
Local amenities include shop with post office, pub, garage, Chinese takeaway, tea room, village school, doctor's surgery, church and there is a bus route through the town centre with a bus stop positioned just outside the property.
The area offers some lovely walks through the countryside and has bridleways. Louth has a new sports and swimming complex, golf course and the Kenwick Park Leisure Centre on the outskirts with further golf and swimming facilities. National Hunt Racing takes place in Market Rasen. 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 gas, water, electricity and drainage but no utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage. The cottage is in Council Tax band A. The shop is currently business rate exempt.