A detached family house positioned on the very outskirts of the village with 4 well-proportioned bedrooms, bathroom with white suite, open plan living rooms, conservatory, hallway with large cloaks/WC off and a good size dining-kitchen with utility room adjacent. Oil central heating system, ample driveway providing spacious parking for several vehicles and gardens on two sides with a range of stores. The property is generally in need of some improvement but for sale with NO CHAIN. Location
Ulceby is a country village surrounded by fields and located about 10 miles from Grimsby and 14 miles from Scunthorpe. Facilities include a Co-op and Post Office, takeaway outlets, The Fox Inn and about 1 mile away is The Yarborough Arms. There is a pre-school and primary school, while the railway station is about 1 mile away at Ulceby Skitter. The Property
We estimate this detached farmhouse to date back to the 1960's and the property has brick-faced cavity walls beneath a pitched timber roof structure covered in concrete tiles. The windows are uPVC double-glazed and the house provides well-proportioned four bedroomed accommodation with a particularly spacious living area and dining kitchen. There is an ample driveway to park several vehicles and good size gardens which are enclosed by tall hedges and trees for privacy. Accommodation
(Approximate room dimensions are shown on the floor plans which are indicative of the room layout and not to specific scale) Ground Floor
Main Entrance from the driveway comprising a conservatory-style Porch with uPVC double-glazed windows and part-glazed (double-glazed) door beneath a hipped polycarbonate roof with shaped walk-through archway to the: Entrance Hall
Ceiling light point, two wall light points, radiator, coved ceiling with smoke alarm, central heating thermostat and shaped door to under stairs store cupboard with programmer for the central heating, and hot water system. Staircase with side screen and lower kite-winder steps up to the first floor. Hardwood multi-pane part-glazed door to the lounge. Cloakroom/WC
A spacious room which would readily accommodate a large corner shower if required but currently fitted with a white suite of low-level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback. High-level cabinet housing the electricity meter and consumer unit with MCB's. Radiator and window to the front elevation. Lounge
A spacious reception room with two separate areas joined by a wide, shaped archway, rear oriel and walk-in bow windows, large front window, stone tiled fireplace and hearth with open grate. Two radiators, arched ornament display niche, coved ceiling and sliding double-glazed patio door with fixed side panel to: Conservatory
An excellent size with double-glazed windows over brick base walls with low sills, eight top-opening windows and wide double-glazed French doors on the side elevation. The conservatory overlooks a garden pond surrounded by lawn and shrubbery beds. There is a combined spotlight and ventilation fan to the ridge. Dining-Kitchen
A spacious open plan area with an extensive range of units fitted to the kitchen area finished in cream and comprising base cupboards and drawers, wall cupboards, tall unit with open recess and a CDA electric oven. At the side is a Neff four plate hob with a stainless-steel splashback and a cooker hood over. Stainless-steel single drainer sink unit, mixer tap, roll edge work surfaces and tiled splashbacks with a painted finish. Wooden island unit with cupboards, corner shelf unit, recessed ceiling spotlights to the kitchen area, large side window and further window on the rear elevation in the dining area. Built-in shelved cupboard by the chimney breast. Internal window and hardwood multi-pane door to the: Utility Room
With long roll-edge work surfaces, single drainer stainless steel sink unit, base cupboards, wall cupboard units and corner shelves. Large rear window and open-fronted recess. Double-glazed door and side panel on the side elevation to the veranda. First Floor Spacious Landing
With side screen to the stairwell, wide window on the front elevation and built-in cylinder cupboard housing the foam-lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater and slatted linen shelves over. Further walk-in linen/store cupboard with deep slatted shelving. Trap access to the roof void and two ceiling light points. Bedroom 1 (rear)
A double bedroom with wide picture window presenting open views towards the Lincolnshire Wolds. Bedroom 2 (rear)
A further double bedroom also enjoying views across the open fields to the Wolds and having a built-in range of two double wardrobes with part-mirrored doors. Radiator and coved ceiling. Bedroom 3 (rear)
A further double bedroom enjoying views as from the previous two bedrooms and having radiator and coved ceiling. Bedroom 4 (side)
A small double bedroom or good size single bedroom with window on the side elevation. Radiator and coved ceiling. Bathroom
White suite comprising corner wood-panelled bath with brass ornamental mixer tap and shower fittings, separate Triton wall-mounted shower unit with handset, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC. Ceramic tiling to the walls, window on the front elevation, radiator and towel rail.
The doors leading off from the landing to the bedrooms, bathroom and built-in cupboards are all of white six-panel type. Outside
The house is approached over a wide tarmac-paved entrance drive of considerable length which effectively provides parking and turning space for a good number of vehicles.
A short distance from the house there is a brick and corrugated range of outbuildings comprising garden stores and the former wash-house with the brick base for the old copper and the metal bowl still in place, an outside WC and just beyond is the modern Titan oil storage tank . Outside water tap.
The oil-fired Warmflow central heating boiler is positioned within the store closest to the house. Grounds
The house has good size gardens positioned to each side, and these are principally laid to lawn with a variety of established ornamental trees, shrubs, bushes and hedges to include a superb blue cedar tree within the larger lawned garden. A pathway leads around the house from the drive to an impressive veranda with three columns supporting an extended concrete-tile roof and a seating area beneath. This continues to the side of the house where a crazy-paved surround encloses an ornamental pond with rockery. Viewing :
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 but no utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage.
The property is in Council Tax band E.