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Hill Rise, Louth LN11 0YY
Guide price £375,000 | 4 bedrooms

Property features

• Well-presented extended family home
• Superb spacious living and dining-kitchen
• 2 reception rooms
• 4 good bedrooms
• Master ensuite shower room, family bathroom
• Spacious hall, cloaks/WC
• Gas CH and uPVC DG windows
• Long driveway - extensive parking
• Detached double garage
• Mature gardens to front and rear

A superbly presented, improved and extended detached four-bedroomed family house with a contemporary spacious living/dining kitchen, two reception rooms, re-fitted bathroom, en suite shower room and cloaks/WC, together with a long driveway leading to a substantial detached double garage. A turn-key opportunity.

Directions From St. James' church in the centre of Louth proceed north along Bridge Street into Grimsby Road and continue up and over the hill. Hill Rise is then the first turning on the right and number three is positioned at the end of the road and set back on the right.

The Property Around 30 years old, the house is of handsome traditional design and was built by a local long-standing and reputable construction firm - Heywood and Bannister. The external walls are faced in hand-made Dutch bricks with rebated pointing and diagonally cut soldier arches over window/doors, together with part-rendered and timbered panels in Tudor style beneath pitched timber roof structures covered in concrete tiles. The complementary detached double garage is an impressive building in its own right with a high pitched and tiled roof constructed with a collar and purlin frame.

Both the house and garage have replacement mahogany-effect uPVC double-glazed windows and pedestrian doors with a square leaded effect to the external panes and the original fascias and soffits have been replaced in matching mahogany-effect, low maintenance uPVC. There is a security alarm system.

The house has been meticulously maintained and considerably improved by the present owners. An extension to the rear has been carefully designed and built in keeping with the original style and building materials and has created a superb contemporary living/dining kitchen with semi-vaulted ceiling and three Velux skylight windows, together with window and French doors onto the rear garden. There are two reception rooms and the house design includes a two-storey bay to the front elevation whereby both the lounge and master bedroom have feature walk-in bay windows.

The original bathroom, en suite shower room and cloakroom have all been re-fitted in recent times with white suites and central heating is by a condensing gas-fired boiler which was installed around two years ago. There are four well-proportioned bedrooms, one currently fitted with full-length wardrobes and used as a spacious dressing room.

The house stands well back from Hill Rise and is approached over a long, paved driveway which creates extensive parking space, before opening onto a paved forecourt with drainage, before the garage. The gardens are laid out for ease of maintenance with a lawned principal rear garden of good size, enclosed by screen hedges for privacy and there is a timber garden shed tucked away at the side.

Accommodation (Approximate room dimensions are shown on the floor plans which are indicative of the room layout and not to specific scale)

Ground Floor

Tiled Canopy Porch With corner brick pillar, outside wall light and part-glazed, (double-glazed) front door with matching side panel and decorative coloured/leaded panes to the:

Entrance Lobby With an inner glazed door and side panel to the entrance hall and wide six-panel double doors to a useful built-in cloaks/boot cupboard fitted with coat hooks and shelving; the electricity consumer unit with MCB's is positioned within this cupboard at high level. Slate-effect ceramic-tiled floor, decorative moulded coving, radiator and a further white six-panel door to the:

Cloakroom/WC Re-fitted with a white suite set into a beech-effect built-in range of base units concealing the cistern of the low-level WC and having an inset shaped vanity wash basin with cupboards beneath surrounded by a roll-edge, granite-effect top with a mosaic glass-tiled splashback. Chrome ladder-style radiator/towel rail and front window with vertical louvre blind.

Entrance Hall A particularly spacious hallway extending to around six metres in width overall with staircase having white spindle balustrade and turned newel posts leading to the first floor. Contrasting wood-panelled double-doors to an under stairs store cupboard and bookshelf unit. Decorative moulded coving, radiator, smoke alarm, side window and white -six-panel doors leading off. Oak effect laminated flooring.

Lounge A bright and airy room with a deep walk-in square bay window to the front elevation, two radiators, decorative moulded coving and centre rose. A flame-effect gas fire is set into a white pillared surround with polished stone hearth.

Sitting Room A cosy family room with radiator, door from the hallway and glazed double doors with etched pin-striping from the seating area of the living kitchen beyond.

Living/Dining Kitchen An exceptional room fitted with an extensive range of white Shaker-style soft-close units having contrasting black granite-effect work surfaces and upstands. There are base cupboards extending to form a peninsula range and breakfast bar culminating in curved corner cupboards, drawer units including deep pan drawers, a range of wall cupboards, illuminated display double cabinet with shelf unit at the side and miniature drawers.

Appliances include a Cuisinemaster stainless steel and glass range cooker having five gas rings, electric double oven and grill together with mosaic tiled splashback and glazed cooker hood with light above; integrated Indesit dishwasher and Lamona refrigerator. Lamona ceramic one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer tap.

High vaulted ceiling to the rear of the room with three skylight Velux double-glazed windows flooding this area with light, in addition to the rear window by the sink and double-glazed French doors from the seating area out onto the garden.

In addition to natural light, this room is equipped with a wide range of electric lighting options - the wall units have under and over lighting concealed behind the pelmets and cornice mouldings, there are two banks of four LED spotlights which have double switching and dimmer facility, three high-level up/down lighters to the vaulted ceiling and two long ceiling pendent lights with daylight bulbs within crackle glazed shades.

Radiator, further tall designer radiator in white, oak-effect laminated floor covering and wall bracket for TV with associated power point and aerial.

Utility Room Well fitted with built-in units finished in white with grey detailing to include base cupboards and drawers, roll-edge, stone-effect work surfaces, wall cupboards, recesses and plumbing for washing machine and further twin recess for under counter appliances.

Worcester gas-fired condensing central heating boiler with digital programmer above, wall pin board and twin ceiling spotlight. Ceramic-tiled floor, coat hooks to wall plaques and side double-glazed door onto the forecourt before the garage.

First Floor

Landing A good size and naturally lit by a window to the front elevation overlooking Hill Rise. White six-panel doors lead off to the bedrooms and bathroom and there are matching double doors to the built-in airing cupboard which contains a foam-lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater and ample slatted linen shelves. Smoke alarm.

Master Bedroom Positioned at the front of the house and having a feature walk-in bay window overlooking the approach to the house and the front garden. Radiator and connecting six-panel door to the:

En Suite Shower Room Recently re-fitted with a white suite comprising low-level WC and vanity wash basin set into wide base units concealing the WC cistern and providing cupboard space with roll-edge, granite-effect top and mosaic tiled splashback. Corner glazed and ceramic-tiled shower cubicle with chrome thermostatic mixer unit and handset on track.

Chrome ladder-style radiator/towel rail, ceramic-tiled floor, extractor fan and four LED spotlights to ceiling fitting.

Bedroom 2 (rear) A good-size double bedroom with rear window having louvre blinds. Radiator and bracket for wall-mounted TV. Coat hooks to wall plaque and three shelves to one corner.

Bedroom 3 Positioned at the front of the house a further double bedroom with radiator, front window and trap access to the roof void.

Bedroom 4 A good size room presently used as a spacious dressing room with a built-in, full-length range of wardrobes having four sliding oak-effect doors and an integral range of fittings to include shelving, storage compartments, drawers, shoe racks and clothes rails. Radiator and rear window.

Family Bathroom Recently re-fitted with a white suite comprising deep panelled bath with shallow curved front panel and slender pedestal wash hand basin together with square-line, dual-flush WC. 1.4-metre-wide ceramic-tiled shower cubicle with part-hinged, glazed screen, thermostatic chrome wall mixer unit, handset with wall track and light over. Oak-effect laminated floor covering, radiator, rear window with louvre blinds and six directable ceiling spotlights. Three corner shelves.

Outside The house is approached over a spacious driveway providing a generous parking facility for several vehicles with capped brick wall adjacent and matching entrance pillars. The drive leads through double timber gates which open onto the paved forecourt with floor drain creating additional parking space and giving access to the:

Detached Double Garage Twin timber-panelled up and over doors open into this good size garage with full-width work bench at the rear. Wall cupboards, side double-glazed window and matching double-glazed pedestrian door from the main garden. Strip lighting and ample power points from an independent fuse box.

Gardens The front garden is triangular in shape and mainly laid to lawn with a well-stocked shrubbery border and an attractive ornamental tree by the main entrance with dark-coloured foliage. Stepping stones in the lawn bridge across to the block-paved pathway with gate from the drive to the entrance porch and this then continues around the front bay window. External electricity meter cabinet in the porch area and the external gas meter cabinet is on the left side of the house.

The latter includes a further pathway giving access to a useful timber garden shed before opening onto the main rear garden of considerable width and mainly laid to lawn with a slate chipping border around the rear extension. Tall conifer hedges maintain privacy and seclusion and a slab-paved patio to the rear corner enjoys the sun for the majority of the day. There are two wall up/down lighters to the rear extension wall, which, together with an array of sensor and wall lights by the garage and forecourt, provide good night time lighting to the rear and side of the house.

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Location Louth is a popular market town with three busy markets each week, many individual shops, highly regarded primary, secondary and grammar schools and many cafes, bars and restaurants. Grimsby is approximately 16 miles to the north whilst Lincoln is some 25 miles to the south-west. Darke's Garage is a few paces from the property with convenience store and long opening hours.

Louth has a recently completed sports and swimming complex, many local clubs, athletics and football grounds, tennis academy and courts, golf and bowling with attractive parks in Hubbard's Hills and Westgate Fields. The town has a thriving theatre and a cinema. The coast is about 10 miles away from Louth at its nearest point and the surrounding area has many fine country walks and bridleways.

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 gas, water, electricity and drainage but no utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage. The property is in Council Tax band D.

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