OFFERS OVER £150,000 Please be aware that the agents do feel the property is NOT mortgageable i.e. Cash Purchase only. An interesting opportunity to acquire a detached bungalow of non-traditional construction. Occupying a large plot of approximately two-thirds of an acre (subject to survey) with far-reaching views across the surrounding South-Wolds countryside. Potential for commercial use(stp) given the location and grounds. Please see the online sales details for more information. Directions
From Louth take the A16 road south and after leaving the bypass roundabout on the southern outskirts, follow the road for approximately 10 miles to the Ulceby Cross roundabout. Take the second exit here along the A1028 road and after travelling along the long straight section of road, upon entering Ulceby proceed around the first right bend and then look for the first turning on the left signposted Claxby and Willoughby. Take this lane and after a few yards the entrance to Greenways will be found on the right side. The Property
This detached bungalow is thought to date back to around 1930 when it was constructed in timber until, in more recent years, a brick skin was added to the exterior and the main roof is a pitched and hipped timber structure covered in slate. Most of the windows are now replacement uPVC double-glazed units and heating is provided by a large multi-fuel stove in the kitchen with back boiler connected to the central heating radiators and hot water system, the latter supplemented by an immersion heater. Accommodation
(Approximate room dimensions are shown on the floor plans which are indicative of the room layout and not to specific scale)
uPVC double-glazed front door into the: Spacious Utility/Boot Room
With long roll edge work surface having ceramic tiled splashback, single drainer stainless steel sink unit with electric water heater over and double base unit beneath. Space with plumbing for washing machine and space for further appliances. Ceramic tiled floor, front window and rear single-glazed door to outside. Corrugated skylight roof panel, strip light and door with step up into the dining-kitchen. Connecting part-glazed door to the garage. Dining Kitchen
Another spacious room with a large shaped walk-through archway from the kitchen to the dining area and window to the side and rear elevations, the latter enjoying open countryside views. Extensive range of units finished in white and comprising base cupboards, drawer units, roll edge work surfaces with tiled splashbacks and a single drainer stainless steel sink unit. Built-in stainless-steel electric oven with grill and five ring LPG stainless steel Baumatic hob over.
Recessed ceramic-tiled fireplace set in a timber pillared surround with large multi-fuel stove, having a back boiler providing central heating and domestic hot water. Adjacent is a full height, double door airing cupboard with radiator and the foam-lagged hot water cylinder fitted with immersion heater on wall timer. Laminated flooring, radiator, two wall light points and high-level cupboard housing the electricity consumer unit with MCB's. Lounge
With fireplace having inset electric fire on flagstone hearth, angled base double cupboard at the side forming a wide plinth for a large-screen TV, coved ceiling, radiator and window to the side elevation. Connecting doors to bedrooms 3 & 4 and to the: Bathroom
A spacious bathroom with a white suite comprising panelled bath with a Triton electric shower unit over and folding glazed side screen, low-level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. Ceramic-tiled floor, part ceramic-tiled walls up to ceiling height, double radiator and front window. Electric wall fan heater and connecting door to a useful walk-in Store with shelving, timber-panelled walls, double radiator and side window. Bedroom 1
A double bedroom of good size with window on the side elevation, doorway from the kitchen, radiator and high panelled ceiling. Bedroom 2 (rear)
A smaller double or good size single bedroom with radiator and window on the rear elevation enjoying open views. Bedroom 3 (side)
A double bedroom with window on the side elevation and double radiator. Excellent views and connecting door into: Bedroom 4 (front)
A further smaller double or good size single bedroom with window on the front elevation and radiator. Outside
The property stands in large gardens which extend mainly to each side but also to the rear and in total, the plot has an area of approximately Two-Thirds of an Acre (subject to survey). The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a number of mature trees around the perimeter and partially enclosed by hedges to the front and side with post and wire-netting fencing along the rear. There are some shrubs and bushes including a range of yucca plants by the driveway and a raised pond to the rear of the bungalow. On the west side there is a concrete hardstanding space upon which the present owner stores his caravan.
The driveway leads to a gravelled and slab-paved parking and turning area at the side of the bungalow and there are further access points into the grounds from the lane and from the main A1028 road. NB
Please contact the agent for further information relating to the southernmost boundary against the adjoining field. Outbuildings
A short distance to the east of the bungalow there is a Detached Garage/Workshop 12m in length (see floor plans). This building is of timber and asbestos construction and has electric lighting and a small partitioned office area, together with five large windows, double door access facing the lane and a side pedestrian door.
Attached to the bungalow is a single brick-built Garage with piers, approached through an up and over door from the driveway and having light and power together with a skylight panel on the roof. Also close to the bungalow there are further brick-built outbuildings comprising a Wood Store and Coal Store, each with electric light.
Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment through the selling agents. Location
Ulceby stands in an area of open countryside within the South Wolds area of Lincolnshire and is positioned adjacent to the A1028 road leading from the Ulceby Cross roundabout of the A16 to the Gunby roundabout which, in turn, leads on to Skegness. Greenways is thereby positioned in a strong location for potential commercial use given the area of the grounds, subject to obtaining any necessary permissions. The village has a small number of individual properties and looks to the nearby market towns of Alford or Spilsby for a wider range of shopping, schooling and recreational facilities. Louth is approximately 11 miles to the north and the main regional 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 water and electricity whilst drainage is to a private system, but no utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage. The property is in Council Tax band B.