Sowerbys are delighted to offer a majestic renovation of a Georgian house into a stunning family home, retaining original features whilst injecting a contemporary style into the dwelling. As soon as you step foot into the property, you know you are in a wonderful Georgian home with a beautiful staircase leading to the first floor and a dual aspect drawing room with original Georgian detailed alcoves and wood-burning stove. Furthermore, there is a WC, family room with further wood-burning stove and library. The centrepiece of this home is the open-plan kitchen/breakfast room with bespoke handmade kitchen, three oven total control aga with gas companion unit, island unit and aga double fridge/freezer. This leads up to a dining area with dual aspect views over the rear and side gardens, providing a wonderful dining and entertaining space. To the first floor there is a master bedroom with stunning family bathroom suite, two further bedrooms and a shower room. The second floor has two further bedrooms, one with en-suite and the other giving access to the ample roof space. First hand inspection of this wonderful property is absolutely essential to gain a full appreciation of the quality and standard of which the renovation has been carried out. The property has been completely rewired along with a new heating system and plumbing throughout. Furthermore, there are cast-iron radiators and bespoke double glazed sash windows with handmade folding shutters throughout. Outside, the gardens have been beautifully landscaped with patio terrace, water feature and lawns with maturing borders. Heating is by way of a new Worcester-Bosch gas combi boiler and the property has off street parking, carport and garage facility.
Long sutton The pretty and unspoilt Georgian market town of Long Sutton is located close to Sutton Bridge and the larger market towns of King's Lynn, Wisbech and Peterborough. The village is surrounded by rich farmland and located in the far east of Lincolnshire, known as 'South Holland in the heart of the Fens'. There are a variety of independent retailers and attractions in the village, including hairdressers, opticians, an antiques centre, a Friday Market, a produce auction and the historic St Mary's Church. There is a supermarket and a variety of public houses and restaurants. The village is renowned for its magnificent floral displays that decorate the town and church throughout the Spring and Summer months.
Accommodation comprises:- Original front door with decorative crescent glass over leading to…
reception hallway 17' 0" x 13' 9" (5.2m x 4.2m) Restored flagstone flooring, low level panelled and painted walls, sash window to front with folding shutters and cupboard housing Worcester Bosch central heating boiler. Cast-iron radiator, decorative original arch to inner hallway, original staircase to first floor and door to drawing room.
Drawing room 17' 8" x 16' 4" (5.4m x 5.0m) Fireplace set with multi-fuel stove, decorative surround and tiled hearth, original Georgian decorative alcoves in chimney recess, exposed wooden floor, cast-iron radiators, sash window with folding shutters to front and fully glazed double doors to rear.
Inner hallway 13' 1" (4.0m) in length Continuation of original restored flagstone flooring, decorative door and surround to understairs storage, stable door to rear of property, cast-iron radiator, painted and panelled walls, part-glazed door to WC and formed opening to kitchen/breakfast room.
WC Wooden flooring, WC set in wainscot panelling with concealed cistern, washbasin with tiled surround, cast-iron radiator and extractor fan.
Kitchen/breakfast room 30' 2" x 14' 9" (9.2m x 4.5m) An incredible centrepiece to this beautiful home is the completely bespoke open-plan kitchen/breakfast and dining facility. Comprising of a comprehensive painted handmade bespoke kitchen with three oven total control aga with gas companion unit set in impressive Range-style fireplace surround with corresponding coloured tiling and concealed extractor fan. Secondary unit for storage with fitted aga two door fridge/freezer, further low level units to side with window seat, matching island unit with breakfast bar seating for two and door to snug/library. Space for slimline dishwasher, under mounted 1.5 bowl sink unit, solid wood worktop, hot and cold tap, boiling water tap and concealed power point. Sash window to side overlooking gardens, two contemporary radiators and steps up to dining area. The versatile dining area has a vaulted roof with two Velux windows and is triple aspect with glazed double doors to side terrace, stable door to rear and further window to side. Continuation of tiled flooring and matching base level units with solid wood worktop housing space for automatic washing machine.
Snug/library 18' 8" x 14' 1" (5.7m x 4.3m) Another stunning reception room with a raised multi-fuel stove set on slate with matching hearth, sash window to side with folding shutters, exposed wooden floor and cast-iron radiator.
Stairs and landing The original staircase leads to half-landing with painted panelling and splits at half-landing to the first floor landing and rear landing.
First floor landing Further painted panelling, sash window to front with folding shutters, door to master bedroom, door to family bathroom and cast-iron radiator. The staircase continues to the second floor.
Master bedroom 16' 8" x 16' 4" (5.1m x 5.0m) The master bedroom is entered via an original restored and painted door and surround and has a beautiful cast-iron Georgian fireplace with marble surround and painted decorative timber surround with original panelled storage in chimney recess. Sash window to front with folding shutters and cast-iron radiators.
Family bathroom 13' 5" x 8' 2" (4.1m x 2.5m) A stylish and contemporary family bathroom suite with custom made contemporary sink unit mounted on an oak table with mixer tap and WC with concealed cistern. Extensive Wainscot panelling, fitted bath with centre-mounted taps, recessed ceiling lighting, sash window to front with folding shutters and contemporary wall mounted radiator.
Rear landing Continuation of painted panelling, cast-iron radiator, sealed unit casement window to rear, door to bedrooms two and three and door to shower room.
Bedroom two 14' 9" x 13' 5" (4.5m x 4.1m) Sash window to side overlooking gardens with folding shutters and radiator.
Bedroom three 14' 9" x 11' 1" (4.5m x 3.4m) Sash window to side with folding shutters and radiator.
Shower room 10' 9" x 4' 11" (3.3m x 1.5m) Sash window to side with folding shutters, exposed wooden floor, sink unit with cupboard under, tiled splashback, WC with concealed cistern, walk-in tiled shower cubicle and contemporary mounted radiator.
Second floor landing The original staircase continues from the first floor landing to the second floor landing, passing a wonderful restored detail overlooking the rear landing. The second floor landing is used as a study area with window to front, cast-iron radiator, further painted panelling and doors to bedrooms four and five.
Bedroom four 13' 9" x 11' 5" (4.2m x 3.5m) at floor level Window to front, radiator, exposed wooden floor, partially restricted head height at edges and door to en-suite.
En-suite 13' 9" x 6' 2" (4.2m x 1.9m) Roof window, free-standing bath with mixer tap and shower attachment, bespoke sink unit with contemporary bowl sink mounted on a restored stripped pine antique unit, low level WC, stripped wooden flooring and contemporary wall mounted radiator.
Bedroom five 13' 5" x 8' 6" (4.1m x 2.6m) Stripped flooring, window to front, radiator and access to roof space.
Outside The property has a low level brick wall to the front boundary with opening and gravelled front garden with two bay trees set beside the beautiful front doorway. A gate leads to the rear gardens with vehicular access being possible via a right of way over a drive to side, 6ft pillars and panelled fence boundary with a sliding double gate for vehicular access. This leads onto a tarmac driveway with off street parking and access to a carport, garage and wood store. The double doors that lead from the drawing room lead to a gravelled courtyard with low level brick wall with further planted shrubs. Passing the rear of the property is a door to the kitchen/breakfast room and 7ft reclaimed brick pillars give access to the side gardens. The side gardens have been beautifully landscaped by the vendors and there is a large terrace leading from the kitchen/breakfast room with a slightly elevated view over the garden. The garden is maturing beautifully and has two lawns, a tree with tree-seat, water feature with fountain, timber deck with pergola and a circular lawn feature with maturing flower and shrub borders.
Services connected Mains electricity, water, gas and drainage.
Council tax Band A.
Energy efficiency rating E. The reference number or full certificate can be obtained from Sowerbys upon request.
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Sold prices provided by Land Registry
2nd Jul 2018
Price reduced by £15,000
24th Jun 2017