Entering North Somercotes on the A1031 road from the north proceed along Conisholme Road and at the Axe and Cleaver public house carry straight on through the village. Continue through the shopping centre, go past the left turning into Churchill Road and then look for and take the left turning into Woolpack Meadows. Follow the road for just a short distance and take the block paved driveway on the left where number seven will be found on the left side. The Property
This well designed and surprisingly spacious detached bungalow is understood to have been constructed in 2004 and has brick-faced principal external walls with contrasting blue brick plinth and decorative string courses beneath a pitched and hipped timber roof structure with a small projecting front gable, all covered in concrete tiles.
The property has uPVC double-glazed windows and matching uPVC fascias whilst heating is by an oil-fired combination central heating boiler positioned in the garage. The property has an excellent room layout as shown on the floorplan, with the potential (if a garage is not required for a vehicle), to convert the integral garage and open this to the adjoining kitchen in order to create a spacious living/dining-kitchen subject to obtaining any necessary consents from the local authority.
A more detailed account of the accommodation is provided as follows: Accommodation
(Approximate room dimensions are shown on the floor plans which are indicative of the room layout and not to specific scale) Recessed Porch
With white uPVC panelled ceiling, sensor wall lantern to one side and part-glazed, (double-glazed) front door with window adjacent to the: Spacious Entrance Hall
A light and airy reception area of surprising size with oak-effect floor covering, radiator, coved ceiling and moulded trap access to the roof void. Double doors open onto a good size recessed cloaks cupboard with clothes rail and shelf over. Adjacent is an airing cupboard fitted with radiator and slatted linen shelves above. Smoke alarm, two ceiling light points, central heating thermostat and white six-panel doors leading off. Lounge
A well-proportioned room presently fitted with an electric coal-effect fire set into a mock tiled and pillared surround. Large radiator, coved ceiling and three-branch ceiling light. Dining Kitchen
L-shaped and fitted with a range of units, having cream covered wood-panel effect facings and comprising base cupboards and drawers, roll-edge textured work surfaces with subtly contrasting ceramic-tiled splashback, stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit and a range of wall cupboards with a wine-rack. Tall unit housing the Neff built-in double oven with grill, having a stainless-steel finish and glazed doors, separate Neff four ring ceramic hob and faced extractor hood over. Integrated Neff dishwasher and refrigerator. Moulded pelmets and cornice rail extending along a high-level pelmet over the sink and rear window which looks out across the main garden. Six recessed ceiling spotlights, radiator and glazed fifteen-pane door to: Utility Room
Providing useful space with units complementing those of the kitchen to include single and double wall cupboards over matching work surface with tiled splashback and recess beneath with plumbing and waste for washing machine, together with a Neff built-in freezer. Radiator, extractor fan, digital programmer for the central heating, plug-in oil level indicator for the central heating oil storage tank and three-branch ceiling spotlight. Rear part-glazed (double-glazed) door to outside and connecting six-panel door to the integral garage. Master Bedroom
Positioned at the rear, a double bedroomh radiator, rear window, wall-mounted flat-screen TV and ceiling light. Connecting door to: En Suite Shower Room
With a white suite comprising low-level, dual-flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and a high-sided disability shower-bath with moulded seat, screen door, shower mixer tap with handset, screen curtain and rail. White ceramic-tiled, part-tiled walls extending to higher level around the shower-bath. Corner mirror-fronted medicine cabinet, radiator, extractor fan and side window. Bedroom 2 (front)
Positioned at the front - a second double bedroom of generous proportions with radiator and window overlooking the main approach to the bungalow. Bedroom 3 (or possible dining room)
Positioned at the rear, a good single or smaller double room with a window to the rear elevation, radiator and ceiling light. Family Bathroom
White suite comprising panelled bath with shower fittings to mixer tap and a glazed side screen, pedestal wash hand basin and dual-flush, low-level WC. Radiator, extractor fan, part ceramic-tiled walls extending to high level around the bath and side window with tiled sill. Outside
At the front of the bungalow there is a triangular shaped lawned garden with corner shrubbery bed, slab-paved pathway leading across the front of the bungalow and a high-level wall light to the small feature gable on the front elevation. Block-paved driveway providing parking space for two average size cars with a smaller lawned verge, climbing plants and slab-paved pathway to a screen door leading around the side of the property to the main gardens. The driveway gives access to the: Integral Garage
A very generous size and having greater width than the average garage, there is an up and over door at the front, high-level electricity consumer unit with MCB's, Worcester Heatslave 15/19 oil-fired combination boiler fitted with a Combimate above, strip light and power point. NB. The garage does lend itself to a potential conversion into a living/dining area which could be opened to the adjoining kitchen if garage space is not required for a car and this would create an impressive interior layout, subject to obtaining any necessary consent from the Local Authority. Gardens
Positioned on a corner plot at an angle, the bungalow has gardens of surprising size extending around each side and to the rear. These are principally laid to lawn with flower borders, a number of established shrubs and bushes, an ornamental pond with pump for a waterfall feature and a slab-paved pathway leading around all three sides. Further outside lights to each side and to the rear, outside water tap and two satellite dishes. Viewing
By appointment via the selling agent. 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. Louth is the main market town in the area and Grimsby is the nearest main business centre. Louth has a recently completed sports complex together with golf course, bowls and recently opened tennis academy. 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, water and drainage but no utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage. The property is in Council Tax band C.