A surprisingly spacious end-terraced Period town house which has been greatly improved to provide attractive character three-bedroom accommodation with personality and style, to include a re-fitted kitchen and bathroom. Gas central heating system by a condensing combination boiler, double-glazed windows and a raised, part-walled courtyard garden to the rear with small shed. NO CHAIN Directions
From St. James' Church proceed south for a few yards along Upgate and turn left into Little Eastgate and where this joins Eastgate, bear left - continue to the first mini roundabout and turn right into Church Street. Immediately after passing the bus station, take the first right turning to Queen Street and the house will then be found after a short distance on the right side. The Property
This end terrace town house is believed to date back to the early 1900's and is of brick construction beneath a timber pitched roof structure covered partly in natural slate over the main section of the house with concrete tiles over the rear wing. The property has double-glazed windows in part uPVC and part timber frames and heating is by a modern gas central heating system with an efficient condensing central heating boiler.
The house provides well-proportioned accommodation with two reception rooms, three first floor bedrooms and a re-fitted kitchen in modern grey tones, together with a newly fitted bathroom in white with a contemporary shower unit and glazed screen to the bath.
The house has many character features, great personality and is conveniently located just a short walk from the town centre facilities. Accommodation
(Approximate room dimensions are shown on the floor plans which are indicative of the room layout and not to specific scale) Ground Floor
Recessed doorway with two steps up and six-panel front door painted a rich blue externally, with arched panes inset and glazed fan light over to the: Sitting Room
Feature cast iron fireplace with inset ceramic tiles and a stripped and moulded pine pillared surround, together with quarry tiled hearth and open grate. Radiator, pine floorboards, double-glazed, top-opening window to the front elevation and six-panel door through to the dining room. Base cupboard to the side of the chimney breast with stripped pine moulded double doors and housing the electricity and gas meters, together with the metal-cased consumer unit with MCB's. Dining Room
A spacious room with quarry tiled floor and an open fireplace, having flagstone hearth and beam over (flue currently sealed). Radiator, painted steel beam and staircase with white pillared balustrade leading up to the first floor. Useful understairs cupboard beneath, having a stripped pine moulded door and fitted with coat hooks to a wall plaque. Hive wi-fi enabled central heating control for the gas central heating system. Rear uPVC double-glazed patio door and side panel opening onto the courtyard garden beyond. Kitchen
Re-fitted with a contemporary range of units finished in matt grey with long metal handles and comprising base cupboards and soft-close drawers with a roll edge, granite-effect work surface on each side of the room and single drainer stainless steel sink unit with single lever mixer tap. Newly fitted Beko electric oven and gas four ring hob. Twin recess with waste pipes and plumbing available for tapping in plumbing connectors at the rear. Wall cupboard housing the Vokera Compact 25 condensing gas-fired central heating boiler. Six LED spotlight downlighters, ceramic tiled floor in light blue and side uPVC double-glazed window. White four-panelled door and step up to the bathroom. Bathroom
Newly fitted with a suite in white comprising panelled bath with a square-line, wall mounted shower mixer having handset on chrome rail and a square drench head above, together with a glazed side screen; low-level, dual-flush WC and pedestal wash hand basin with ceramic tile splashbacks in subtle blue-grey tones. Large chrome ladder-style radiator/towel rail, Xpelair extractor fan and decorative tile-effect floor covering. uPVC double-glazed window on the rear elevation. First Floor Long Landing
with stripped pine floorboards and a large trap access to the roof void. Bedroom 1 (front)
A good size double bedroom with a radiator to the chimney breast and high-level shelf adjacent. The walls are finished in pale blue and the floorboards have been painted a contrasting green. Front top-opening, double-glazed window and white four-panel door from the landing. Bedroom 2 (centre)
A smaller double bedroom with a rear double-glazed, top-opening window overlooking the courtyard garden below. Coved ceiling, radiator, white six-panel door from the landing and opening to clothes hanging recess with copper rail and slatted shelf over. Stripped pine floorboards. Bedroom 3 (rear)
A third good size bedroom which would take a double bed or form a larger single bedroom with a double-glazed window to the rear elevation. Beneath the window is a full-width range of built-in furniture painted white and comprising double cupboard, three drawers and an open shelf unit. This room has a part-sloping ceiling, a white four-panel door with two steps down from the landing and a radiator. Outside
To the rear of the house there is initially a block-paved and brick-walled courtyard area with flower border ideal for climbing plants, an outside water tap and a floodlight. Beyond this there is a retaining wall to a raised flower bed and steps inset leading up to the courtyard garden beyond. The garden is is finished in gravel for easy maintenance enclosed by wide flower bed to the side, fencing and further brick walls with a mature silver birch tree to the left corner. A block-paved pathway leads across to a small timber garden shed and there is a paved seating area to the far end of the garden, enjoying a sunny aspect beneath the branches of the silver birch tree.
A wooden gate gives pedestrian access to the rear of 69 from a shared pathway which leads into the garden from the end of the terrace adjacent. Location
Louth is positioned on the eastern fringes of the Lincolnshire Wolds with easy access by car or on foot across the rolling hills. There are popular, busy markets, three times each week and many local seasonal and specialist events take place throughout the year.
Louth is especially admired for the many independent shops and traders together with a fine choice of cafes, restaurants, wine bars and pubs with a current trend towards a continental style, street café environment. The central conservation area features many interesting period buildings positioned around St James's church with its magnificent spire.
There are highly regarded primary schools and academies including the King Edward VI Grammar, which is within walking distance of the property. The Meridian Sports and Swimming Complex has been built in recent years complementing the London Road Sports Grounds and Hall, a tennis academy, bowls, football club, golf club and the Kenwick Park Leisure Centre also with swimming pool, golf course and an equestrian centre.
Louth has a thriving theatre, a cinema and attractive parks on the west side of town in Hubbard's Hills and Westgate Fields.
The coast is about 10 miles away from Louth at its nearest point and the area around Louth has many fine country walks and bridleways. Grimsby is approximately 16 miles to the north whilst Lincoln is some 25 miles to the south-west. 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. Any 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 A.