Composite entrance door with stained glass inserts to:
Entrance Hall 3.01m x 2.50m Max (9’10” x 8’2”)
Cove to textured ceiling, smoke detector, staircase to first floor landing with under stairs recess, telephone point, radiator, PVCu double glazed window to side aspect, part glazed door to:
Lounge Diner 6.71m x 3.786m (22’ x 12’4”)
Feature fireplace with wooden surround, marble insert and hearth, cove to papered ceiling, dado rail, 2 x radiators, oak flooring, TV point, PVCu double glazed window to front aspect x 2, PVCu double glazed window to rear aspect, PVCu double glazed door to rear exit, door to:
Re-Fitted Kitchen 3.56m max x 2.50m (11’8” x 8’2”)
Fitted with a matching range of wall mounted units and floor standing units with worktop space over, composite single drainer sink unit with swan neck mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, integrated Bosch fan oven with 4 ring halogen hob with extractor hood over, space for low level fridge, integrated Flavell dishwasher, stone flooring, radiator, door to:
Inner Lobby 2.85m x 0.91m
Textured ceiling, stone flooring, PVCu double glazed window to front aspect, PVCu double glazed door to rear exit, door to:
Housing floor mounted oil-fired central heating boiler servicing heating and domestic hot water, shelving, wall mounted electric heater.
Ground Floor Cloakroom
Fully tiled surrounds, cove to textured ceiling, ceramic tiled flooring, low level WC.
Utility Room 2.25m x 1.99m (7’5” x 6’6”)
Fitted wall mounted units, worktop space, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, space for fridge/freezer and further low-level fridge, ceramic tiled floor, extractor fan, PVCu double glazed window to side aspect.
First Floor Landing
Textured ceiling, smoke detector, radiator, PVCu double glazed window to side aspect, door to:
Master Bedroom 4.31m x 3.0m (14’2” x 12’8”)
Textured ceiling, radiator, doors to built-in storage cupboard with shelving and overhead storage cupboard, PVCu double glazed window to front aspect x 3.
Bedroom 2 4.31m x 2.78m (14’2 max x 9’1”)
Textured ceiling, radiator, Smoke detector, 2 x built-in storage cupboards with shelving, access to loft space, PVCu double glazed windows to rear aspect x 2.
Bedroom 3 2.54m x 2.53m (8’4” x 8’4”)
Textured ceiling, radiator, built in over stairs storage cupboard, PVCu double glazed window to front aspect x 2.
Re-fitted Family Bathroom 2.09m x 1.89m (6’7” x 5’6”)
Fitted with a four-piece suite comprising: Tiled shower enclosure with fitted Triton shower, deep panel bath with mixer taps, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, duel flush close coupled WC, vertical towel radiator, extractor fan, fully tiled surrounds, PVCu opaque double glazed window to rear aspect.
The front garden is open plan and of low maintenance being laid to slate chippings providing off road parking, pathway leads to the main entrance door, outside tap, (driveway provides ample off road parking for 2 to 3 cars). The rear garden is enclosed with wooden panel fencing with timber decked seating area, flower and shrub borders, area laid to lawn with chipped pathway leading to a timber workshop and a garden store. There is right of way access via the side lane with double opening gates overlooking open field views. (Agents Note: If the timber garden store was to be moved, this could create a secure off-road parking area). Viewing of this property is highly recommended. Call us anytime 7 days a week to arrange your viewing –
Leave our Church Street office and head over the traffic lights on to Boston Road South. At the roundabout turn right on to the A17 and proceed along to the Gedney roundabout. Take the first left on to Chapel Gate, then take the 2nd right on to Lowgate just before The Old Black Lion public house. Proceed along entering the village of Gedney Dyke taking the first right turn onto Lowgate Crescent where the property can be located on the right-hand side. For the purpose of satellite navigation, the property postal code is: PE12 0AP.
Council Tax banding:
A - £1174.61 – South Holland District Council.
EPC - D.
What is a steel framed house?
A Steel-framed houses are classed by the property industry as being “non- traditional”, along with houses built with timber frames, or from pre-cast concrete wall sections. There are hundreds of different types of such buildings, often built as local authority housing after the Great War and the Second World War.
Can I get a mortgage on a steel framed house?
It's possible, though it will depend upon the type of steel framed house in question. Due to problems with resale and insurance, some lenders won't even consider steel frame house mortgages. Others will consider more 'reliable' kinds of steel frame construction. Others will lend on the majority of such houses.
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