1 bed terraced house for sale Newmarket, Louth LN11
- Louth Kidgate Primary Academy0.1 miles
- St Michael's Church of England School, Louth0.2 miles
- Humberside Airport20.5 miles
Features and description
- Extended mid-terraced house
- Elevated position
- Gas CH, front dg windows
- No chain
- Double bedroom and dressing room ursery
- Shower Room
- Sitting Room
- Small yard and store
The Property The house is edged in red on the two main images as it could easily be misconstrued from the contrasting brickwork and styles of the front elevation. The original part of the house on the west side looks to date back over 100 years whilst the two-storey east extension is estimated to date back to the 1950's/60's.
The external walls are brick faced while the roof is a combination of concrete tiles over a pitched timber structure and flat mineral felt on a timber frame. There is a gas central heating system and most of the windows are on the front elevation and double-glazed.
Generally the house needs some improvement and buyers may contemplate reversing the direction of the staircase to create a centre landing giving access to the existing bedroom and nursery, therefore enabling the latter to be an independent small second bedroom (subject to building regulation consent).
Accommodation (Approximate room dimensions are shown on the floor plans which are indicative of the room layout and not to specific scale)
Ground Floor The property is approached over a flight of external steps with a handrail at the side leading up to a uPVC part-glazed front door with a decorative rose pattern double-glazed pane into the:
Kitchen With base and wall units having a birch-effect facing, roll-edge work surfaces, space with gas pipe for cooker, ceramic tile splashbacks, two wall shelves and a single drainer stainless steel sink unit. Space with plumbing for washing machine and recess for refrigerator under the counter.
Part-glazed door to the small rear yard. Double-glazed front window and single-glazed side window with top opening section fitted with a ventilation cage externally. Part-glazed door with mosaic pattern obscure glazed pane to:
Sitting Room A well-proportioned room with a shaped recess beneath the staircase, large double-glazed front window, radiator and coved ceiling. Corner base cupboard housing the electricity meter and consumer unit with mcb's fitted. Step up through a square opening to the:
Staircase With kite-winder lower steps, painted handrail, painted side boarding and upper light over to the:
First Floor Landing With trap access to the roof void and door to the:
Double Bedroom With radiator, large double-glazed window having low sill on the front elevation and a recessed over-stairs cupboard with shelving, clothes rail and a further hatch access. Doors to the ensuite shower and dressing room
Dressing Room/Nursery With step down from the main bedroom, radiator, double-glazed front window and pine louvre doors to the boiler cupboard housing the Ideal Excel gas fired combination boiler with power point beneath.
Shower Room With a ceramic-tiled shower cubicle having a Triton T80 si electric shower unit with handset, white suite of low-level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback. Extractor fan, wall cabinet and louvred door to built-in cupboard. The shower room is accessed from the main bedroom by a door with step down.
Outside To the rear of the house there is a small concrete-paved yard with a ledged, braced and framed door opening into a useful store with electric light and double power point, together with shelving.
Location Louth is a popular town known for the markets which take place three times each week and a range of independent shops within the characterful centre which has some splendid Georgian and Victorian buildings in the conservation area. St James Church stands proudly, displaying the tallest parish spire in the country. There are scenic parks in Westgate Fields and Hubbards Hills.
Louth has excellent leisure and sporting facilities including the cinema, theatre, Meridian sports centre, golf course, tennis academy, many clubs and societies. There is a wealth of cafes, bars, inns and restaurants with a choice of take-away outlets. The excellent local primary and secondary schools include the King Edward 6th Grammar. Main business centres are in Grimsby 16 miles away and Lincoln around 25 miles distant
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. We are advised that the property is connected to mains water, gas, 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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