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Standing majestically within its one acre grounds, Silverdale is a substantial detached residence providing copious accommodation which has been significantly extended from its 1955 origins. The availability of the property represents an increasingly rare opportunity to acquire a home in this prestigious location with south facing gardens of this magnitude and viewing is highly recommended.
The accommodation has the benefit of gas central heating and a combination of uPVC framed and wooden framed double glazing and principal features include the spacious Reception Hall/Study from where the panel balustrade staircase leads to the first floor, the useful home Office (with built-in desk and shelves) and the Dining Room with its stone fireplace and rear facing bay window. The inner hall features a mirrored drinks cabinet and twin arches open through to the signature room of the house, a magnificent 23'9 x 18'0 Lounge with lovely views across the gardens. There is a separate Sitting Room (ideal for relaxing) whilst the Dining Kitchen is equipped with a range of dark oak cabinets and built-in appliances. The picture of the ground floor accommodation is completed by a useful Cloakroom, a larger than average Utility Room and a side Lobby with doors that conveniently link to both the front and rear gardens.
On the first floor the central Landing provides access to the Master Bedroom with white wardrobes and its own en-suite Bathroom complete with twin vanity handbasins. The Guest Bedroom is also enhanced by an en-suite Shower Room and there are two further double Bedrooms, both enjoying lovely south facing views of the gardens.
The Family Bathroom features a cream suite with a shower above the bath and a further staircase leads up to the Loft Room which measures around 29'0 in total length with plenty of space for hobbies or general storage.
The one acre grounds have to be one of Silverdales greatest assets and they include a magnificent floodlit hard surfaced fully fenced tennis court. The gardens are principally lawned with an impressive central driveway at the front leading to the extensive parking area and the two side by side Garages, both with electric four fold doors. Immediately behind the house there is a superb paved terrace with integral seating whilst beyond the tennis court there is an area of meadow garden with shrub beds and trees. The boundaries are mainly hedged and to the side of the house there is an enclosed area complete with a greenhouse for the gardening enthusiast.
Humberston Avenue is generally regarded as one of the premier residential locations in the region and the property lies within reach of local shopping facilities in the nearby village of New Waltham. The resort of Cleethorpes is only a few minutes drive away whilst Grimsby Town Centre can be reached within 15 minutes.
Silverdale has been home to the same owners for many years and buyers may wish to carry out some updating to suit their lifestyle and aspirations and to capitalise on the property's wonderful setting and grounds.
A rare opportunity – please contact the Agents on Grimsby 311000 to view.
With a cloakroom and understairs cupboard leading off.
Reception hall/study area 5.92m (19'5') x 3.84m (12'7') A spacious reception area from where the staircase with a panel balustrade leads to the first floor. There are recess shelves, two central heating radiators and plenty of room for the placement of a desk or other furniture.
Office 5.56m (18'3') x 2.39m (7'10') Featuring a mahogany finish desk unit with fitted shelves above. There is a vanity handbasin and a central heating radiator.
Dining room 4.67m (15'4') x 3.96m (13'0') A good size room featuring a stone fireplace with a brick canopy and an open fire grate. A wide curved bay window overlooks the rear garden and there are two central heating radiators.
Inner hall With double doors opening to a mirrored drinks cabinet with glass shelves. There is a central heating radiator and two archways open through to the principal Lounge.
Lounge 7.24m (23'9') x 5.49m (18'0') A room of very impressive proportions offering copious space and lovely views across the gardens. The ceiling is pine panelled and varnished and there is a reconstituted stone fireplace with a Cannon Coalridge gas fire. Aluminium framed patio style doors open to the rear terrace and there is a parquet block floor and a central heating radiator.
Sitting room 5.11m (16'9') x 3.45m (11'4') plus bay A pleasant room with two central heating radiators and a rear bay window overlooking the garden.
Half tiled and featuring a white suite comprising a w.C. And a pedestal handbasin. There are useful storage cupboards.
Dining kitchen 4.14m (13'7') x 3.66m (12'0') Comprehensively equipped with a range of dark oak wall and base cabinets with worktops incorporating a single drainer stainless steel sink unit. Built-in appliances comprise a Bosch electric oven, a Bosch four ring gas hob with an extractor canopy above and a Liebherr fridge. There is a central heating radiator.
Utility room 3.45m (11'4') x 1.57m (5'2') With provision for appliances, a single drainer stainless steel sink unit and a Worcester gas central heating boiler.
Side entrance lobby
4.01m (13'2') x 1.78m (5'10') With doors opening to both the front and rear gardens.
With a wide lead glazed stained glass window for maximum natural light. There are two useful storage cupboards. An inner landing area features the second staircase leading to the Loft Room and storage area.
Master bedroom 4.44m (14'7') x 3.48m (11'5') A lovely bedroom with a view of the rear garden and featuring a range of white built-in wardrobes. A door opens to the en-suite Bathroom and there is a central heating radiator.
En-suite bathroom 3.48m (11'5') x 1.75m (5'9') With a white suite comprising a w.C. A bidet, twin vanity handbasins and a panel bath with a Gainsborough 7 electric shower above and gold plated taps by Heritage. There is a large mirror with lighting above plus storage cupboards and a central heating radiator.
Guest bedroom 5.44m (17'10') x 3.61m (11'10') Again a very good size bedroom with twin windows looking out to the front of the house and a central heating radiator. A door opens to the en-suite Shower Room.
En-suite shower room 3.17m (10'5') x 1.83m (6'0') With a grey pedestal handbasin and an etched Daryl shower cubicle with an Aqualisa Aquastream shower. There is a central heating radiator.
Bedroom three 5.44m (17'10') x 3.48m (11'5') Currently providing combined use as a home gym and with a central heating radiator and twin windows overlooking the rear garden.
Bedroom four 4.09m (13'5') x 3.91m (12'10') With a range of white wardrobes and a central heating radiator.
Family bathroom 2.36m (7'9') x 1.83m (6'0') With a cream Vernon Tutbury suite comprising a panel bath with a Trevi mixer shower above and a pedestal handbasin. The walls are part tiled and there is a heated towel warmer.
With a w.C.
8.84m (29'0') x 2.84m (9'4') With a part sloping roof and access to further storage areas and the remaining roof space. There is a Velux window and a uPVC double glazed window.
Garage 7.87m (25'10') x 3.40m (11'2') With electric light and power, an Everest electric four fold door to the front and double rear doors. There is a uPVC double glazed window.
7.77m (25'6') max x 2.84m (9'4') With electric light and power and an Everest electric four fold door. The side by side garages are connected internally and there is a water supply tap.
Outside Silverdale stands within wonderful grounds which extend to around one acre in total. To the front a central driveway leads through wrought iron double gates to the spacious tarmac area in front of the house which can accommodate a significant number of vehicles if required. There are substantial lawned areas to each side of the driveway whilst immediately behind the house there is a south facing paved terrace with integral seating and plenty of space for al-fresco dining and entertaining. The rear garden is also principally lawned with island beds featuring specimen shrubs. A significant feature of the property is the floodlit hardsurfaced tennis court with a fenced surround which is positioned within the rear garden. Beyond the court there is a meadow garden interspersed with trees and shrubs and with a further useful store and space for growing vegetables. To the western side of the house there is a paved area complete with a greenhouse, perfect for the gardening enthusiast. The gardens also feature an external electrical socket, a water supply tap and security lighting.
Mains gas, water, electricity and drainage are connected.
Comprises radiators as detailed above connected to the Worcester gas boiler in the Utility Room.
The property has the benefit of part uPVC framed double glazing and part wooden framed double glazing. The original Landing window is single glazed.
A security alarm system is installed.
North East Lincolnshire Council.
Our enquiries of the Local Authority indicate the property to be in Tax Band G.
Freehold – subject to Solicitors verification.
By appointment through the Agents on Grimsby 311000.
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Rebuild value up to £1,000,000
Contents value up to £150,000
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Gas: 20500 kWh/year
Electricity: 4700 kWh/year
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North East Lincolnshire
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Council tax cost
£262/mo when paid over 10 months
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