We estimate this semi-detached house to date back to the 1960's and the principal walls have brick and rendered facings beneath pitched timber roof structures covered in concrete interlocking tiles. With the exception of the single storey side wing, the windows have been replaced with uPVC framed double glazed units and heating is provided by a gas central heating system. The house stands on a good size plot with potential to create a driveway and construct a garage if required (subject to planning/building permission as may be necessary) and there is the potential to acquire additional land adjacent by negotiation - the agent will be pleased to discuss at viewing appointments. Accommodation
(Approximate room dimensions are shown on the floor plans which are indicative of the room layout and not to specific scale) Ground Floor
Main front entrance with gas meter adjacent and canopy over a part-glazed (double-glazed) door to the: Entrance Hall
With double radiator, coat hooks to wall plaque, window with low sill on the side elevation and staircase with side screen and hand rails leading to the first floor. Smoke alarm and doors off to the kitchen and the: Lounge
A well-proportioned room with ceramic-tiled fireplace and gas fire on a tiled hearth. Radiator, coved ceiling and window providing views towards the Wolds countryside at the front. Connecting door into the: Dining Kitchen
A good-sized room with a large walk-in bay on the rear elevation providing space for a dining table and at present the kitchen has a single drainer stainless steel sink unit with a single cupboard beneath, space with plumbing for washing machine and space with electric cooker panel for a freestanding cooker. Ceramic tile fireplace and hearth with gas fire. Wall-mounted Potterton Profile gas-fired central heating boiler operating with a separate digital wall programmer. Double doors to built-in full height cupboard with shelving and further deep under stairs store cupboard. Pantry with shelving, electric light and a single-glazed window to the side lobby. The dining kitchen has a coved ceiling, two ceiling light points, a wall cabinet with sliding glazed doors and a good size radiator. Part-glazed door to: Rear Lobby
A useful size with a rear part-glazed (single-glazed) door to outside and a matching part single-glazed side panel. Ledged and framed door at the front onto the front garden, latch door to a useful Store with electric light, high-level shelf and coat hooks to wall plaque.Door adjacent to a Further Utility-Store presently fitted with a wall cupboard having sliding glazed doors, electricity meter and consumer unit with MCB's; double-glazed window on the side elevation. First Floor Landing
With screen to the stairwell, window on the side elevation, smoke alarm and trap access to the roof void. Bedroom 1 (front)
A good-sized double bedroom with radiator, window on the front elevation presenting views towards the Wolds and door to the built-in recessed airing cupboard containing a copper hot water cylinder fitted with lagging jacket and immersion heater. Bedroom 2 (rear)
A further double bedroom with a window on the rear elevation presenting views up towards the old church on the hillside at the rear. Built-in recessed wardrobe with clothes rail. Bedroom 3 (front)
A single bedroom with radiator, window to the front elevation enjoying views as from the main bedroom and a door to a useful over stairs store cupboard with shelving. Bathroom
White suite of panelled enamelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, ceramic tile splashbacks and rear window with tiled sill. Radiator and fluorescent light. Separate Toilet
With white low-level WC, radiator and side window with tiled sill. Outside
The house stands on a good-sized plot which slopes upwards from the private shared lane. Lawns extend on either side of a central pathway and steps leading up to the main front entrance. There are flower beds and a number of shrubs and bushes, together with a hedge to the side boundary. The garden continues around the side of the house to a rear garden laid to lawn with concrete bases for garden outbuildings.
There is considered to be ample space for the construction of a garage within the curtilage of the plot, subject to obtaining planning/building consent as necessary as the property will benefit from a legal vehicular and pedestrian right of way across the private shared drive, which will be owned to the front subject to rights of way for the neighbouring house. There will be shared liability for maintenance of the shared lane according to user. Viewing
Strictly by appointment through the selling agent Location
Burwell village stands in a scenic area of the Lincolnshire Wolds with a public pathway adjacent to the property leading up to the Grade 1 Parish Church which is now redundant. There are some lovely country walks and bridleways across the Wolds and the market towns of Louth, Spilsby and Alford provide local facilities while the main business centres are in Lincoln, Grimsby and Boston. 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 and electricity whilst drainage is to a shared private system, but no utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage. If the house is sold with the existing garden the buyer/s will be required to hedge the gap on the western boundary in keeping with the existing hedge. The property is in Council Tax band B.
Carpets and curtains are included in the sale.