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Newmarket, Louth LN11 9EG
Guide price £115,000 | 2 bedrooms

Property features

• Attractive Period terraced cottage
• 2 well-proportioned bedrooms
• Split-level sitting and dining rooms
• Bright kitchen and bathroom in white
• Rear lawned garden
• Brick and pan-tiled garden store
• Gas CH system, condensing boiler
• uPVC double-glazed windows
• Handy for local facilities
• Suit FTB or investor. NO CHAIN

An attractive Period terraced cottage with split-level lounge and dining room, bright kitchen and bathroom, both fitted in white, two well-proportioned bedrooms and a lawned garden at the rear with brick and pan-tiled store. Gas central heating system and double-glazed windows. Positioned in the Louth Conservation Area. NO CHAIN.

Directions From St. James' church travel south along Upgate and continue to the crossroads traffic lights. Turn left here along Newmarket, proceed to the top of the hill and follow the road until number 85 is found on the left side.

The Property Believed to date back to the Victorian era, this terraced cottage has mellow brick-faced principal walls beneath a main pitched timber roof structure covered in clay pan tiles. A more recent single-storey extension at the rear has a reclaimed brick faced rear wall under a flat roof covering. The property has uPVC double-glazed windows and a gas central heating system with a condensing gas combination boiler. There is a lawned garden to the rear and a brick and pan-tiled garden store.

The rooms are well-arranged with a feeling of space in the split-level living area where the two reception rooms are linked by a shaped walk-through archway with step down at the rear.

The property could equally interest first time buyers or investors and is located to the south side of the town centre just a few paces from a convenience store and the nearby Brown Cow and Boar's Head pubs, whilst there is a choice of take-away outlets on Aswell Street.

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

Ground Floor Four-panel front door with multi-pane, shaped, glazed fanlight to:

Sitting Room With a full-width brick fireplace, having an inset gas fire on raised quarry-tiled, brick-lined hearth and built-in cupboards to each side (one housing the gas meter) and TV/display plinths over. Further brick-built base cupboard to the opposite corner housing the electricity meter and recently installed consumer unit with MCB's in metal case. Radiator, uPVC multi-pane effect double-glazed window, moulded dado rail. The sitting room is on split levels and semi open plan with the:

Dining Room Approached through a wide, shaped archway with step down. The dining room has a long radiator to one side, a smoke alarm, moulded dado rail and four-panel door to a useful understairs store cupboard. Staircase with side rails leading to the first floor. White six-panel door to the:

Kitchen Fitted with a range of units in white comprising base cupboard and drawer, double-drainer stainless steel sink unit set into a roll-edge work surface with cupboard beneath, matching wall cupboards and corner shelves.

Cooker space with electric and gas cooker points, space with cold plumbing for washing machine/dishwasher and ceramic-tiled splashbacks. Rear window with Venetian blind and part-glazed door with steps down into the garden. Radiator.

Bathroom White suite comprising panelled bath with woodgrain-effect panelling, pedestal wash hand basin and low-level WC with dual-flush. Mosaic patterned ceramic-tiled splashbacks with border and electric instant shower unit with handset on chrome rail above the bath.

Radiator, towel rail over and uPVC double-glazed rear window. Limed oak-effect floor covering and good size linen cupboard with slatted shelving.

First Floor

Landing With first floor smoke alarm and trap access to the roof void. High level cupboard above the staircase housing the Worcester condensing combination central heating boiler with easy access panel to the integral programmer and the thermostat is on the wall beneath.

Bedroom 1 (front) A good size double bedroom with a uPVC double-glazed multi-pane effect window on the front elevation. Three spotlights to ceiling fitting and radiator. Louvred double doors on either side of the chimney breast to recessed wardrobes, each having clothes rail and shelf over.

Bedroom 2 (rear) A smaller double or good size single bedroom with a uPVC double-glazed window to the rear elevation and three spotlights to ceiling fitting. Radiator.

Outside To the rear of the cottage there is a garden of surprising size which is mainly laid to lawn with crazy-paved pathways from a shared, gated pedestrian access along the rear of the terrace. There is a hardstanding space for wheelie bins, a raised dry brick walled rose bed and an attractive brick and pan-tiled outbuilding with a single-glazed window providing useful storage. Rear outside light.

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.

The town 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.

There are highly regarded primary schools and academies including the King Edward VI Grammar School. The Meridian Sports and Swimming Complex has been built in recent years complementing the London Road Sports Grounds and Hall. There is also a tennis academy, bowls club, football club, golf club and the Kenwick Park Leisure Centrestands on the town outskirts 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 at its nearest point and surrounding area 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.

Viewing Strictly 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 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
 

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