An individual rural building plot with a total area of approximately 0.7 of an acre (subject to survey) and enjoying an attractive setting on the outskirts of Grimoldby village. Full planning permission for a cottage-style, 4/5-bedroom detached residence with a detached double garage, the house estimated to provide a total gross floor area of 187 sq. m. or 2016 sq. ft. Directions
From Louth take the Legbourne Road out to the B1200 roundabout and take the first exit. Follow the road to the Manby traffic lights then turn left along Tinkle Street; proceed to the far end of Grimoldby village. After the S-bends take the last right turning into Northgate Lane just before reaching open countryside and then continue until the building plot is found on the right side as distinguished by a Masons 'For Sale' board. Location
Grimoldby is a popular country village approximately five miles from Louth market town and in conjunction with the neighbouring village of Manby, there are local facilities including a primary school, post office/store, mini supermarket, restaurant and two churches. Louth has a wider range of amenities including many independent shops, cafes, restaurants and bars, together with primary and secondary schools/academies including the King Edward VI grammar school. On the outskirts of Louth is the Kenwick Park complex with equestrian centre and Grimoldby is about 5 miles from the Lincolnshire coast. The Plot
The building plot is generally level with a maximum depth of around 120m (394ft) x an average width initially of around 18m (59ft) increas-ing at the rear to an average width of around 34m (111ft). A public footpath runs from the front of the plot to the rear. An application has been registered and approved, for this to be diverted to the western boundary; the footpath branches left and right just beyond the rear boundary to Middlesykes Lane. Close boarded fencing has already been erected towards the rear of the plot separating the proposed garden area from the re-routed footpath. Planning
Full planning permission was granted by the East Lindsey District Council on 2nd February 2018 for the erection of the property with detached double garage and construction of a vehicular/pedestrian access. The planning permission carries conditions relating to time-scale, approved plans, approval of external materials of construction and a requirement to work within the precautionary practices de-tailed within an ecology and protected species survey dated Novem-ber 2017. In addition, the access and turning space is to be complet-ed prior to occupation of the dwelling, boundary treatments are to be approved, including details of planting and there are conditions relating to foul and surface drainage. NB.
The seller is presently satisfying those conditions required to enable commencement of the development and will then carry out initial works in order to fix the planning permission in time.
A copy of the Planning Decision Notice and relevant plans can be emailed on request or all documents in connection with the applica-tion can be viewed on the East Lindsey District Council website by copying and pasting the following link into your internet browser.
Equally, the documentation relating to the diversion of the footpath can be viewed by copying and pasting the following link.
https://publicaccess.e-lindsey.gov.uk/online-applications/applicationDetails.do?keyVal=_EASTL_DCAPR_128119&activeTab=summary The Proposed Residence
Copy elevations from the submitted plans including artistic impres-sion of the front and side elevations of the proposed dwelling are included within our marketing details but subject to approval of the building materials chosen for the structure and hard landscaping. The ap-proved design is for an attractive, detached, cottage-style, family home which will provide excellent, versatile accommodation briefly comprising:- Ground Floor
A side Entrance Porch and Lobby with useful Boot Room off and opening into the Entrance Hall 3m x 3m, with staircase and balus-trade having turning kite-winder steps leading up to the first floor and open to the first floor gallery with vaulted ceiling over and lit by a double skylight window. Inner lobby with recessed airing cupboard. There is a spacious open plan Living and Dining Kitchen 7.2m max x 5.9m max at the rear with two sets of bi-folding French doors on the south-east elevation, fireplace by the seating area and a kitchen area with ample space to fit base and wall units, island unit, appliances and dining area adjacent. Ground floor Master Bedroom 3.6m x 3.3m with front and side window, ensuite Dressing Area designed for built-in wardrobes and door to an ensuite Shower Room with space for a shower cubicle, wash basin and WC. Bedroom 2 - 3.6m x 3.2m, could alternatively be a ground floor sitting room or snug but is a good size double bedroom and there is a ground floor Bathroom 2.5m x 1.9m, with ample space for a suite comprising panelled bath, low-level WC, wash basin and corner shower cubicle. First Floor
There is a Landing with balustrade extending from the staircase to form a gallery overlooking the hall below and skylights above. An inner landing area is lit by a further double skylight window above.
Double Bedroom 3 3.6m x 3.3m plus wardrobes at the front of the property which could be a master or guest bedroom, also having an ensuite Shower Room with space for cubicle, wash basin and low-level WC. The plans indicate this en suite shower room to be Jack and Jill with Bedroom 5 adjacent 3.4m max x 3.2m max, an L shaped bedroom which has Velux windows. Bedroom 4 - 3.3m x 3.3m plus wardrobes, at the rear with ensuite Shower Room having space for a shower cubicle, wash basin and WC. The first-floor rooms have po-tential to create under-eaves storage space and the drawings indi-cate built-in double wardrobes under the eaves within the two larger bedrooms. Outside
the driveway is shown as opening to form a spacious turn-ing and parking area whilst also giving access to the Detached Double Garage with tiled roof at the front. The grounds afford superb po-tential to create a very large and highly individual garden, incorporat-ing the natural wildlife pond as a feature and having space for garden outbuildings and hard landscaping. Viewing
The property can be viewed at any reasonable time, but wellington boots are recommended and care is urged around the pond. 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. Plans/maps and highlighted images, together with elevations shown are based on the drawings and details submitted for planning permission and subject to verification by a solicitor at sale stage against the sale contract plans. The red-lined aerial image shows approximate boundaries and the site dimensions area scaled from online maps and should therefore be verified at sale stage. Applicants should satisfy themselves as to the precise position and accessibility of services, taking particular note of the requirements contained within the planning permission. BDLD