Back on the market! Another chance to buy this 4 bedroom home in a rural location, private and tranquil, only 20 minutes from 3 market towns and 10 minutes from the A1. The best of both worlds, if a slice of village life within a thriving community is what you yearn for then this home is ideal.
Enter this home through a part glazed door into a quirky hallway with access to the living room, a bespoke kitchen, downstairs cloakroom and integral garage. Through the kitchen you step into a lovely conservatory and out into the private back garden. Stairs from the hall rise to the first floor where there are 4 double bedrooms, a family bathroom and an en suite to the master.
This house is private and is ideally situated in a quiet close in an established small estate in the village. A 5 minute walk takes you into the heart of the village where shops, the doctors, schools and pubs are at your service.
This property includes:
4.15m x 2.45m (10.1 sqm) - 13' 7" x 8' (109 sqft)
Open the part glazed front door and step into this l-shaped hall with wood laminate flooring that flows into the living room and downstairs cloakroom for continuity. There is a super handy understairs cupboard with hooks ready for coats, shoes, and space for the ironing board and mop and bucket. Turnkey stairs rise to the first floor. Light floods in through the window next to the front door. Bright and airy.
- Living Room
5m x 3.4m (17 sqm) - 16' 4" x 11' 1" (182 sqft)
To the right of the hall you enter the living room with its large bay window overlooking the front and focal point Adams style fireplace with marble hearth. There is plenty of space for large sofas and squishy chairs making this a perfect serene haven for unwinding at the end of a busy day.
5.07m x 2.66m (13.4 sqm) - 16' 7" x 8' 8" (145 sqft)
What a lovely kitchen! This sunny room boasts a bespoke wood kitchen with thick wooden worktops, providing a wealth of wall and base units, a traditional Belfast sink with country tiles over, space for an American style fridge freezer and dishwasher, and a very useful peninsula giving extra surface space for showcasing your favourite gadgets or prepping food. A fabulous range cooker with gas hob sits proudly on one wall. The floor is tiled, practical and stylish. A window above the sink lets in oodles of light from the back garden, flooding this kitchen with sunshine.
4.9m x 2.8m (13.7 sqm) - 16' x 9' 2" (147 sqft)
Step through French doors into this light and spacious conservatory, currently used as a dining room. A lovely setting for family meals and gatherings, whether it's during the day or romantically illuminated by candlelight in the evenings. Another set of French doors leads out onto the patio, where family and guests can spill out into the garden during the summer days and warm evenings.
1.96m x 1m (1.9 sqm) - 6' 5" x 3' 3" (21 sqft)
Just off the hall, there is the ever so useful downstairs smallest room, comprising a 2 piece white suite with low level WC, pedestal guest sink with traditional country tiles over and wood laminate flooring, very practical. A modesty window lets in light from the patio at the back of the house.
- Utility Room
2.73m x 1.86m (5 sqm) - 8' 11" x 6' 1" (54 sqft)
Stolen space from the back of the former integral garage provides a neat utility room with wall and base units giving storage for all things laundry, and enough room for a washing machine, tumble dryer and full height fridge freezer. There is a solid door from the garage and a part glazed door out onto the patio, giving easy access to the garden.
- Storage Room
3.62m x 2.73m (9.8 sqm) - 11' 10" x 8' 11" (106 sqft)
A wide former integral garage which has lighting and power. Because of the utility room conversion, it would be a challenge to put a family car in here, but it is still plenty big enough for all that camping gear, bicycles and the Christmas tree! Just to note that this room could easily be converted back to an integral garage if preferred with the removal of the stud wall and door.
3.1m x 1.05m (3.2 sqm) - 10' 2" x 3' 5" (35 sqft)
Climb the carpeted turnkey staircase to the landing which gives access to all 4 bedrooms, the family bathroom and the loft.
- Bedroom (Double) with Ensuite
4.13m x 3.09m (12.7 sqm) - 13' 6" x 10' 1" (137 sqft)
Located at the front of the house, this bedroom is spacious, easily accommodating a super king size bed. There is plenty of wall space for wardrobes and chests of drawers. Tastefully decorated, this room is calm and serene.
- Ensuite Shower Room
2.5m x 2.06m (5.1 sqm) - 8' 2" x 6' 9" (55 sqft)
A very large en suite indeed comprising a 2 piece white suite with low level WC, pedestal sink and a large fully tiled shower cubicle. The floor is covered in blue mosaic tiles with the walls half tiled. A modesty window lets in light from the back garden.
- Bedroom 2
3.99m x 2.08m (8.2 sqm) - 13' 1" x 6' 9" (89 sqft)
What a light room, with a huge window overlooking the back garden and primary school grounds to the back of the house. This room is sunny and bright and ideal as a guest room or for children.
- Bedroom 3
3.11m x 2.97m (9.2 sqm) - 10' 2" x 9' 8" (99 sqft)
Another double bedroom with a window overlooking the front of the house onto the close, neutrally decorated and equally ideal as a guest room or children's bedroom. No squabbling over the biggest room in this house as each room is spacious.
- Bedroom 4
2.97m x 2.15m (6.3 sqm) - 9' 8" x 7' (68 sqft)
Currently used as a study, this room works as somewhere to revise or work from home, or as a children's bedroom. The airing cupboard is also found in here with shelving for spare bedding and towels.
2.59m x 2.06m (5.3 sqm) - 8' 5" x 6' 9" (57 sqft)
A huge family bathroom comprising a 3 piece white suite with low level WC, contemporary large square sink and panelled bath with mains pressured shower over and glass screen. The floor mirrors the en suite with its blue mosaic tiles. Half tiled white tiles line the walls with a fully tiled bath. A modesty window lets in light from the back garden.
- Rear Garden
11m x 12m (132 sqm) - 36' 1" x 39' 4" (1420 sqft)
A lovely private garden with raised beds filled with mature bushes lining the edges, 2 patio areas for a table and chairs for bbq's and al fresco dining, a pizza oven, and a pergola with the most impressive wisteria and mature grape vine I have ever seen, providing a welcome sheltered area during the hot days. A lawn gives plenty of space for cartwheel practice. There is outside power and a tap and a decent sized shed for the gardening paraphernalia. Access is via the side gate.
- Front Garden
There is a lawned area to the front of the house with shrubs under the living room window. A path leads up to the front door and there is parking on the drive for 1 car and to the right of the house for 2 more cars.
Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.
Additional Information:Council Tax:
Band CEnergy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating:
Band E (39-54)Service Included:
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage. The house is fully double glazed.
The lovely village of Corby Glen lies on the Bourne Road, 9 miles from Grantham and 8 miles from Bourne. It has 2 local pubs, 3 busy shops and a cafe, primary and secondary schools, 2 doctor's surgeries, garage, gallery, Methodist church and the annual Sheep Fair every October to name a few services. And if road links are important, the A1 is just 10 minutes' drive away.Marketed by EweMove Sales & Lettings (Grantham South & Sleaford) - Property Reference 17873