An excellent and rare opportunity to acquire an individually designed three bedroom detached bungalow in the picturesque Wolds village of Donington-on-Bain situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The property benefits from having enviable views to the rear, having a four metre wide glazed opening in the impressive open plan living area overlooking the unobscured rolling countryside.
Situated on a generous plot on the edge of the village, this property has recently undergone a full scheme of modernisation and benefits from having fixed planning in place for further extensions, should the purchaser wish. Early viewing is recommended on this rare to the market property. Location
Nestling in the Lincolnshire Wolds area of outstanding natural beauty, Donington-on-Bain is a popular country village situated almost equidistant from the market towns of Louth, Horncastle and Market Rasen - each of which provides a variety of shopping, recreational, schooling and leisure facilities. Donington-on-Bain has a village shop, post office, a primary school, the Black Horse public house and the Grade II listed Church of St Andrew. The Property
The property is believed to date back to 1978 and underwent a full scheme of renovations in 2016 creating the open plan kitchen/diner/lounge with large sliding doors giving panoramic views of the open countryside to the rear. There is planning permission fixed in place for further extensions to the front and rear of the property and these plans can be made available by enquiring at our office. The property is heated by oil-fired central heating, having a combination of underfloor heating and radiators and benefits from recently fitted uPVC double glazing throughout. Directions
Upon entering the village from Asterby on Station road, proceed onto Main Road passing the Black Horse Inn public house and Post Office, stay on this road as it turns into Mill Road and Dunnock Lodge can be found on the right hand side just before the village outskirts. Accommodation
(Approximate room dimensions are shown on the floor plans which are indicative of the room layout and not to specific scale) Hallway
A large L-shaped hallway accessed via the front part-glazed uPVC double-glazed door and being neutrally decorated with wood plank-effect tiled flooring leading around through a glazed timber door into the further hallway space giving access to the bedrooms and bathroom, being neutrally decorated with attractive wallpaper covering and carpeted floorings and having solid timber doors to all rooms. A glazed timber door leads through to the: Kitchen/Lounge/Diner
A grand and open plan room being the centrepiece of the property, having undergone extensive renovation works with the recently fitted kitchen having a range of base and wall units with white high-gloss slab doors, solid oak work surfaces and ceramic one bowl sink with chrome mono mixer tap, attractive tiling to all splashbacks and having a range of built-in appliances including fridge/freezer, Neff double electric oven, integrated dishwasher.
A smart central island unit also with a range of floor cupboards with solid oak worktop covering and a large Neff induction hob with chrome extractor over with the kitchen floor being finished in attractive light-coloured tiling. The light and airy room continues into the lounge and dining area with the large four metre wide windows and sliding doors leading out into the rear garden and overlooking the stunning views of the Lincolnshire Wolds beyond. To the corner is the modern Contura log burner with neutral decoration to walls and having engineered oak flooring covering the underfloor heating. Inset chrome spotlights to ceiling. Double frosted glass sliding pocket doors lead through to: Study
A good-sized study or second reception room having large window overlooking the front of the property and benefiting from underfloor heating with engineered oak flooring and neutral decoration with chrome inset spotlights to ceiling. Rear Lobby
Part-glazed uPVC door giving access to the rear lobby and having attractive tiled flooring and neutral decoration with solid timber doors giving access to the kitchen and the: Shower/Utility Room
A good size multi-purpose room benefitting from having a corner shower with rainfall head attachment, low-level, back to wall WC and bidet with solid wood worktop and inset Butler sink. Two frosted glass windows and attractive grey tiling to walls and floors, fitted with a range of shelving and having space for freezer, tumble dryer and washing machine. Neutral decoration to walls and chrome inset spotlights to ceiling, together with loft hatch providing access to the loft space. Master Bedroom
A very spacious double bedroom recently extended by taking some of the garage space and having a newly fitted floor to ceiling window and door opening out onto the rear decking providing stunning views of the open Wolds countryside for miles beyond. The room is decorated in attractive colours having feature wallpaper to one wall, chrome inset spotlights to ceiling and carpeted flooring. Bedroom 2
A good size double bedroom having fitted wardrobes to one wall, smartly decorated with carpeted flooring and large window again overlooking the rear views. Bedroom 3
Another smartly decorated bedroom having a large window overlooking the front drive, finished in neutral colour schemes and carpeted flooring. Family Bathroom
A recently refitted bathroom benefiting from a white three-piece suite consisting of a double-ended bath, low-level WC and large vanity basin unit with storage cupboards below, frosted glass window to the front and large centrally heated towel rail with fully tiled walls and floor in attractive neutral tones with feature patterned tiles over the bath and basin. Extractor fan and inset chrome spotlights to ceiling. Garage
A good size garage having grey painted solid timber entrance doors where light and power is provided, together with built-in shelving. To one side is the Wallstar oil-fired central heating boiler together with the pressurised hot water cylinder. Front Garden
The property benefits from being raised above the road level having stone-built front boundary wall, together with gravelled driveway leading uphill to the property where the gravel drive continues around to the front and leading to the garage. In front of this is the large front garden laid mainly to lawn with pathway through and having a range of mature trees and shrubs, together with the oil storage tank. Directly in front of the property is a patio area leading up to the front entrance door. Down the side of the property is a farm track where right of way is provided, giving access to the rear garden and providing access to the side and rear boundaries allowing maintenance should it be required. We are advised the side driveway has right of way for the farmer to access the grazing field directly behind the property. Rear Garden
A good size rear garden having wooden picket fencing to all perimeters, the tranquil rear garden gives views overlooking the surrounding Wolds countryside unobscured by any other properties, laid mainly to lawn and having feature rockery, a pond with waterfall and a range of paved paths giving access to the large timber garden shed to the corner. Adjacent to the property is a good size decked area with planted borders accessed via the door off the master bedroom. Outside power point and water tap is provided, together with outside lighting. The rear garden is currently an ongoing project being carried out by the current vendors. Externally the property benefits from having uPVC soffits, fascias and guttering. 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. 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 drainage and has an oil-fired central heating system but no utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage. The property is in Council Tax band D.