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North End, Alvingham, Louth
£325,000 | 3 bedrooms

Property features

• Renovated 3 bed home on a quiet lane
• Converted outbuilding with potential for Annexe (STP)
• Extensive grounds to 0.7 Acres (STS)
• Open countryside views
• Finished to a modern standard
• Large range of outbuildings
• Garage with office for 6 or more cars
• Ideal Live work set up
• Popular village a short distance from Louth Market town
• Oil CH and DG windows. EPC TBC

Positioned in a quiet and sought-after rural village near Louth, this detached three bedroom country cottage has extensive gardens extending to around 0.7 acres (sts). The property has undergone an extensive scheme of modernisation and renovation including the conversion of an outbuilding to useful ancillary space with the potential for annexe or holiday cottage use (stp). Beyond there is a good range of outbuildings and garage for six or more cars with enclosed office within making it ideal for a live/work setup. Benefitting from a quiet location with two spacious driveways and no immediate neighbours, this is an opportunity not to be missed.

Directions To drive to the property from Louth take Eastfield Road, turn left signposted Alvingham and at the T -junction turn right onto Alvingham road. Continue on this road until you reach the edge of the village, turn left onto North End - continue for around a mile where the drive to the property is on the right hand side.

Location Alvingham is an attractive rural village within easy commuting distance of Louth, the coast and the Humber Bank. The Georgian market town of Louth is about 3 miles away and boasts a bustling atmosphere with a range of shopping and other facilities, whilst being renowned for the open air markets and regular farmers markets. Lincoln is 30 miles to the west and boasts a variety of shopping, cultural and leisure activities in a addition to its well respected university. This area of Lincolnshire is renowned for the quality of its grammar schools and in addition there is a range of prep schools in the area and the Lincoln Minster School. The nearby primary school at North Cockerington is highly regarded, as is the King Edward VI grammar school in Louth. The area has a wide range of sporting and recreational amenities including the Kenwick Park leisure centre on the Louth outskirts, the Meridian sports centre, a tennis academy, cinema, theatre and the Louth golf course.

Accommodation Approximate room dimensions are shown on the floorplans which are indicative of room layout and not to specific scale.

Lobby With a window to the side, fitted cupboards, tiled flooring and a part glazed door to;

Entrance Hall Attractive tiled flooring and neutral decoration with doors to;

Kitchen/Diner With a double aspect to the front and side with a range of dark grey units with granite effect surfaces and tiled splashbacks. The kitchen is fitted with an electric oven and hob with an extractor over and stainless steel sink. Solid wood breakfast bar and having space for dining table. Attractive tiled flooring.

Utility Room This room houses the oil-fired boiler and a range of fitted units with wood effect laminated worktop over. Space and plumbing for a washing machine and further white goods if required. Tiled flooring and window to the side.

WC With a window to the rear and a low level WC. Attractive grey tiling to floor and part walls.

Sitting Room A good sized double aspect room with attractive views over the paddocks towards the Wolds and a fireplace with a multi fuel burner creating an excellent focal point. Painted in attractive colours with tiled flooring. Newly carpeted stairs rise from the sitting room to the;

First Floor Landing With a window to the rear, newly carpeted, a loft hatch and doors to;

Bedroom 1 A double room with high Welsh ceilings, part wood panelled walls painted grey, feature brick fireplace with tiled hearth, newly carpeted, a window to the front and built in storage.

Bedroom 2 Double room with a window to the front of the house, new carpets and spotlight ceiling lights.

Bedroom 3 A single room/study with a window to the side of the house and new carpets.

Bathroom With steps up from the landing and a window to the rear fitted with a bath with triton electric shower over and screen, attractive tiling to walls, combined WC and basin unit and vinyl flooring.

Outside The good sized garden is mainly laid to grass with two extensive driveways, fencing to boundaries and brick wall to front with separate gated access to garden. Oil storage tank and extensive gravelled patio areas to the rear with feature well. Please note that a footpath traverses the boundary of the land on the eastern side. The cottage is approached via a right of way with shared responsibility according to user, across the initial driveway which leads past the property to the Northolme Farmhouse.

Office Annexe An existing outbuilding which has been significantly improved, insulated and converted to provide a versatile space for a variety of uses. Having kitchenette and lounge, with office space, shower room and garden room to the side. Although previously used for living space, the building is not an independent residence due to not having a fully fitted kitchen. The building could be easily adapted by the buyer to an independent granny annexe or holiday cottage subject to the relevant consents.

Outbuildings An extensive array of outbuildings constructed from a mixture of blockwork and wooden frame, with corrugated metal wall and roof coverings. Comprising woodshed, store, workshop and large garage suitable for six or more cars, large double doors with separate enclosed office space to the corner having the potential for operation of a business within. Further to the side is another useful space with double doors suitable for storage or conversion for pony stable or such like should the purchaser wish.

Viewings Strictly by appointment through the selling agent

Important Information No appliances have been tested by the agents. All fixtures, fittings, carpets and curtains are excluded from the sale unless otherwise stated in these particulars. It is understood that the cottage has oil fired central heating and mains electricity, water and drainage but no utility searches have been carried out to verify at this stage. It is understood from the owner that the cottage is in Council Tax Band B. Maps and plans shown are not to scale and for identification only.

DISCLOSURE In accordance with the Estate Agents' Act of 1979 please be advised that this property is being marketed for our Vendor who has a connection to an employee of Masons Chartered Surveyors.

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