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Church Lane, Saltfleetby, Louth
Guide price £440,000 | 4 bedrooms

Property features

• 8.5 Acre (STS) Equestrian Property
• Large range of outbuildings including Loft Room
• Stable Block with Tack Room
• 4 Bed Renovated Bungalow
• Various garages and Workshops
• Consists of 2.5 Acres with buildings and a separate 6 acre field
• Great views with no immediate Neighbours
• Located on a quiet country lane
• Close to the popular market town of Louth
• Solar Panels, LPG Central heating and Upvc DG Windows

Superbly positioned in grounds of approximately 8.5 Acres (STS), is this unique and exceptional detached bungalow enjoying stunning views across open countryside with no immediate neighbours. The newly refurbished, four bedroom bungalow benefits from having a vast range of outbuildings, including a recently built stable block, garages and workshops together with an impressive two storey brick-built workshop, office and studio loft room above. The land is set out over two separate paddocks down a quiet country lane making this a rare opportunity to acquire such a versatile property with the potential for equestrian, horticulture, leisure and live/work set ups (STP).

Directions Proceed east from Louth on the B1200 and at the roundabout take the first exit continuing along the B1200 towards the coast. At the traffic lights in Manby Middlegate, carry straight on and follow the road to Saltfleetby. Upon entering the village after the long S-bend, travel a distance along the straight and take the first right turning onto Three Bridges Lane, take the next left onto Church Lane and the property will be found a short distance on the left.

The Property This individual detached country bungalow has a mixture of brick-faced principal walls and white rendered walls beneath a pitched timber roof structure covered in concrete interlocking tiles with the brick-faced section of the bungalow being a later extension to the original dwelling and providing superb additional living space. The property benefits from having white uPVC double-glazed windows throughout. Heating is provided by a modern LPG gas fired boiler with LPG storage tank located in the garden. Further to this, the electricity is supplemented by photovoltaic solar panels owned by the current vendor on a feedback tariff.

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 entrance door with double-glazed frosted side panels leading into the large and spacious hallway with solid hardwood flooring throughout, newly decorated in neutral colours and having inset spotlights to ceiling, solid wood part-glazed timber doors leading into main principal rooms with one cupboard housing the hot water cylinder with large cupboard to the side of this, fitted out with shelving making an ideal laundry cupboard. A further large cupboard fitted out with shelving also houses the alarm system panel.

Kitchen/Diner A good size kitchen diner with solid hardwood flooring in the dining area leading up to the kitchen, where tile-effect vinyl floor cushion is fitted. The brand new and modern kitchen is finished in a matt white slab finish to the doors with chrome handles, a good range of base and wall units consisting of cupboards and drawers, newly fitted single electric oven with integrated ceramic hob and extractor over. Roll top laminated work surfaces finished in a white marble effect, with white brick-pattern tiled splashbacks above all work surfaces and having one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with chrome mono mixer tap and inset spotlights to ceiling. A part-glazed timber door leads through to:

Utility Room A good size room having space for fridge freezer and other appliances and fitted cupboard units, freshly decorated in neutral colours with tile-effect vinyl cushion flooring. A part-glazed timber door leads through to:

Boot Room/Rear Porch A spacious rear entrance lobby having windows to two aspects making it a light room and housing the Worcester LPG gas central heating boiler with timer controls. Vinyl floor covering together with neutral decoration and having fitted work bench area with tiled splashbacks, space and plumbing for washing machine with solid timber rear entrance door leading onto the patio and rear garden area.

Lounge Double-glazed timber doors lead from the dining room into the very large lounge, having large window and patio doors to two aspects. Being south-west facing, this room allows light to flood in making it a very bright and useable space. The lounge window overlooks the paddock on the other side of the road which is owned by this property. The large sliding patio door makes the room ideal for entertaining throughout the year. The room is freshly decorated in neutral colours and having solid hardwood flooring throughout together with inset electric feature fire to one wall.

Master Bedroom A good size double bedroom having fitted wardrobes to one wall with louvre doors and solid hardwood flooring throughout. Large uPVC double-glazed window and inset spotlights to ceiling, solid six-panel timber door leading into:

En Suite Shower Room A newly fitted shower room having circular feature porthole frosted glass window, together with a low-level WC, wash hand basin and fitted shower with a Mira electric shower with fully tiled walls in a grey stone-effect. Attractive tile-effect vinyl cushion flooring and inset spotlights to ceiling.

Bedroom 2 A generous good double bedroom having fitted wardrobes with louvre panel doors, large uPVC double-glazed window overlooking the garages, workshops and stable block, finished in neutral decoration with hardwood flooring and inset spotlights to the ceiling.

Bedroom 3 Another double bedroom with large window overlooking the patio area to the side. Fitted wardrobes with louvre panel doors and solid hardwood flooring, freshly decorated in neutral colours and having inset spotlights to ceiling.

Bedroom 4 Double bedroom also having fitted wardrobes with louvre panel doors. Double-glazed window to the rear elevation, solid hardwood floorings and freshly decorated in neutral colours with inset spotlights to ceiling. This bedroom also has the loft hatch giving access to the roof space.

Family Bathroom A part-glazed frosted glass timber door leads into the family bathroom of good proportions having a newly fitted white suite consisting of panelled bath, low-level WC, wash hand basin and curved corner shower with fitted Mira electronic shower. Attractive grey stone-effect tiling to all walls, tile-effect vinyl cushion floor, frosted glass window to rear elevation and having inset spotlights to ceiling.

Outside The external aerial photographs help to convey the vast and versatile space the property offers. The property is accessed off a quiet country lane with very little traffic and having patio driveway entrance through galvanised metal gateway leading onto the large gravel drive. Directly opposite the property entrance on the other side of the road is the entrance to the second paddock with small grass driveway leading up to a galvanised gate entrance. This paddock benefits from having post and wire fencing to one boundary and having the River Long Eau on the opposite boundary. The paddock is exceptionally long, taking the shape of the meandering river and the field starts at the bottom crossroads and follows adjacent all the way along Church Lane and finishing some distance from the bungalow dwelling. The paddock benefits from having a second access gate located on Three bridges Lane. (Please make reference to the aerial images supplied to view the layout of the land).

Front Garage To the front of the bungalow is located the detached single garage being of breeze block construction with white rendered finish and having pitched timber roof structure with clay interlocking tiles. The garage has electrically operated roller shutter doors allowing access for a motor vehicle and having side window together with rear access pedestrian door. Light, power and fitted shelving is provided.

Front Garden To the opposite side of the drive is located the LPG propane tank for the central heating, together with a range of paths and bordered planting areas having a range of large trees and mature shrubs. Beyond this is the timber summer house finished in an attractive grey colour scheme.

To the front and left hand side of the bungalow is a lawned garden area with pathway leading up to the pedestrian access gate leading back onto Church Lane. Around the west side of the property is a patio area ideal for al fresco dining together with dwarf wall and brick pillars providing some shelter. A paved pathway leads all the way around the rear perimeter of the bungalow which then leads onto the driveway. A feature brick wall with wrought iron gateway leads into the further rear lawned area having hedged boundary and brick wall perimeter with further wrought iron gate leading into the rear drive and giving access to the workshop buildings.

Rear Garden and Paddock The gravel drive extends past the bungalow and down the side of the brick-built workshop outbuilding leading up to the rear paddock. This paddock extends from the rear of the property down to the bottom boundary hedge and round to the side, wrapping around and leading back up the side of the main property and up to Church Lane. A further galvanised steel entrance gate off Church Lane allows access directly across the road into the second paddock which is described here earlier. Located within the paddock are two separate mains water supply troughs and a central orchard area is fenced off within this, located next to the wooden workshop. Within the paddock is housed the recently built timber stable block having concrete base with paved frontage area. The stable block consists of three good size boxes having paved flooring. Leading off the side of this is the attached spacious tack room with secure door. The stable block is finished in an attractive red painted wooden cladding with a pitched timber construction roof finished with a felt covering.

Workshop Block This exceptional and versatile u-shaped workshop block has the potential for many uses having electrics and lighting installed and comprises:

A good sized workshop with double garage doors allowing access for vehicles and having a range of fitted workshop benches and shelving, strip lighting and power points. Large opening leading through to further garage area accessible via double gates from the side of the building and also having a timber door leading into a large understairs storage cupboard. The garage also housing the alarm panel unit together with electric supply. Double doors lead through to an office, plastered and decorated in a neutral scheme with quarry tiled flooring. uPVC double-glazed window overlooking the rear paddock and stable block. Fitted wall cupboards and double doors leading externally to the courtyard. A further door leads through into the kitchen and wash room having a range of fitted work benches, two Belfast sinks, electric hot water heater over, electric storage heater, fitted shelving and window overlooking the paddock. Double doors leading out onto the courtyard with further door through to yet another good size workshop area having a range of electric power points and ample lighting with uPVC double-glazed window overlooking the rear paddock and countryside beyond.

Off this are further double doors leading into the very large double garage barn unit, having high ceilings with two sets of wide opening doors providing ample parking or potential for many other uses. Lighting and fitted shelving. The garage doors lead back out into the central courtyard which has a steel canopy with corrugated roof covering with fitted strip lighting. Adjacent to this is the external steel staircase leading up to the first floor loft room.

First Floor Studio/Loft Room A timber staircase leading off the rear office area leads up to the very large open plan loft room, having lighting and multiple power points, multiple double-glazed uPVC windows to both aspects, together with its own separate part-glazed uPVC door and external metal staircase leading back down to the courtyard area. This room is currently primarily used just for storage. However, being of a brick and cavity wall structure, the building lends itself for conversion for a variety of uses such as annexe accommodation, office use, live/work set up and many more. This would all be dependent upon obtaining the necessary planning and building control consent. Potential purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries in this regard.

Wooden Workshop A relatively recently built wooden workshop being of a solid timber construction painted in a black attractive finish and having slate roof covering. Large glazed windows to the side and double access gates from the end, together with a side entrance door. Inside electric and lighting is provided with a white painted finish to walls and ceiling with a small partition leading into a smaller work area with windows to both elevations, also having lighting and power points with a raised chipboard wooden floor.

Livestock Barn A good size barn of timber construction and being clad in a corrugated metal sheeting and corrugated roof covering. Double timber entrance doors leading into the large open plan space where lighting is provided making this a versatile building depending on the purchaser's requirements.

Viewing Strictly by appointment with the selling agents.

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 electricity together with supplementary owned photovoltaic solar panels, mains water and drainage is to a private system with an LPG gas storage tank for heating. No utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage. The property is in Council Tax band C.

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