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Marsh Lane, North Somercotes, Louth
£225,000 | 2 bedrooms

Property features

• Detached 2 Bedroom Bungalow set in two thirds of an acre (STS)
• Detached garage and utility room
• Outbuildings including large barn and crew yard
• Mature lawned gardens
• Surrounded by open countryside views on a quiet lane
• Close to the popular village of North Somercotes
• Potential for a variety of uses (STP)
• Just a short distance to the sand dunes and Nature Reserve
• No Chain

Summary A very rare opportunity to acquire a detached two bedroom bungalow set in approximately two thirds of an acre having far reaching views and benefitting from a detached garage and a range of outbuildings including a large barn. The property benefits from having open countryside views to all sides and being on a quiet country lane yet being just a short distance form the popular village of North Somercotes. The property is surrounded by well-kept mature grounds laid mainly to lawn, giving rise to the possibility of many potential uses such as horticulture, equestrian, leisure and live/work set ups (STP). The property benefits from uPVC double-glazed windows and oil central heating.

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

Entrance Hall uPVC part-glazed door leads into the entrance hall decorated in neutral colours and having carpeted flooring. Loft hatch leading into the roof space where an access ladder is provided. Timber panelled door leading into:

Lounge A light and airy lounge having uPVC window to the front, being south-west facing allowing sun to flood in for the majority of the day into the well-decorated and carpeted room, having feature tiled fireplace and hearth with open grate fire. Dado rails to walls.

Dining Room A good size dining room having a south-facing window to the side, neutrally decorated and having coving and dado rails to walls with a feature electric fire and wooden surround with original parquet wooden flooring. Doorway leading through to:

Kitchen A good size kitchen having a range of base and wall units with roll top wood-effect laminated work surfaces, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink unit with mono mixer tap, tiling to all splashbacks and having space for fridge and electric cooker. To the corner is the floor-mounted modern Worcester oil-fired central heating combination boiler. Large window to the side elevation with coving to ceiling and having tiled flooring. Doorway through to:

Bathroom Bathroom having three piece suite consisting of bath, wash hand basin and WC, frosted glass window to the side with part-tiled walls and a large cupboard currently with shelving used for laundry, tiled flooring. There is currently a door and wall dividing the WC from the rest of the bathroom. However, there is the potential for this to be made into one larger room.

Bedroom 1 A good size double bedroom at the front of the property having a large window allowing natural light to flood into the room. Neutrally decorated with dado rails to walls, wood-effect laminated floor coverings and currently having a range of fitted wardrobes.

Bedroom 2 Another good size double bedroom with a large window to the side elevation, neutrally decorated with dado rail and coving to walls. Wood-effect laminated floor coverings.

Rear Lobby A rear lobby or utility room having windows to two sides and door with frosted glass windows and having roof of wooden construction with polycarbonate roof panel coverings. Neutrally decorated and having tiled flooring with a fitted base unit cupboard for storage. A part-glazed timber door leads back through into the kitchen. Exiting the house via the rear lobby leads to the:

Detached Garage and Utility Single garage of brick construction having up and over door and lighting provided. To the side of this there is access via a uPVC part-glazed door to the large utility room where light and electricity are provided, together with a range of built-in cupboards and storage shelves and with space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer.

Log Store A brick-built small outbuilding currently divided into two with two timber access doors providing storage for logs and coal and other garden equipment.

Barn A very large 40 foot brick-built barn with roof of steel construction and having electric connection, also currently housing the oil storage tank. To the side of the building is a large car port or shelter. This building has the potential for many uses such as agriculture, equestrian, horticulture and could be converted into stables and the like (STP). Access at the front via large timber sliding doors.

Stable Block and Crew Yard To the far side of the plot is the L-shaped crew yard having 2 stables, Hay Store and 4 enclosed pens. This useful building is of brick construction with clay pantile roof covering and is currently in need of repair to walls and the roof. Viewers are advised not to enter this building due to the condition of the roof.

Outside The property stands in approximately two thirds of an acre (STS) with an attractive frontage having privet hedge and concrete driveway off Marsh Lane leading to the property and down the side of the bungalow leading to the single garage. The majority of the perimeters of the property are left open allowing views of the open countryside to the front and rear with the more formal garden area having mature hedging and gardens with a range of shrubs and plants. The majority of the garden is laid to lawn with a range of flagstone pathways leading to the various outbuildings. Between the house and the outbuildings is a range of mature trees providing some shelter. Viewing is essential to appreciate the excellent views surrounding the property overlooking miles of countryside and the nearby nature reserve of Donna Nook.

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. The Bungalow is located just 1 mile from the main village.

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.

Directions Entering North Somercotes on the A1031 road from the north, proceed into the village and at the staggered crossroads by the Axe and Cleaver Pub turn left onto Jubilee Road. At the end turn right on the junction onto Cemetry Road and then take the next left hand turning onto Marsh Lane. Proceed for approximately 0.8 miles and the bungalow can be found on the right hand side designated by our for sale board.

Viewing Strictly by appointment with 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. 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 private drainage but no utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage. Heating is by an oil-fired central heating system. The property is in Council Tax band B.

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