Outbuilding with tool shed, toilet, wood store and brick store
EPC Rating: G
For sale by auction ? T & C's apply
Subject to an undisclosed Reserve Price
Reservation Fee applicable
DDM PROPERTY AUCTION : For sale by Modern Method of Auction: Starting Bid Price £180,000 plus reservation fee.
Bursting with period features this Grade II Listed Building is said to be on the site of a monastery founded by St Chad in 667 on the invitation of King Wulfhere of Mercia.
From the street it is impossible to imagine the detail contained within. Arranged over two floors this property is perfect for anybody looking for a spacious home and is surely a great place to bring up your growing family in safe and peaceful surroundings, so tranquil you could be forgiven for thinking you live in the countryside rather than a short drive from local towns.
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AUCTIONEER'S COMMENTS This property is for sale by the Modern Method of Auction which is not to be confused with Traditional auction. The Modern Method of Auction is a flexible buyer friendly method of purchase. We do not require the purchaser to exchange contracts immediately, but grant 28 days to achieve exchange of contracts from the date the buyer's solicitor is in receipt of the draft contracts and a further 28 days thereafter to complete. Allowing the additional time to exchange on the property means interested parties can proceed with traditional residential finance. Upon close of a successful auction or if the vendor accepts an offer during the auction, the buyer will be required to put down a non-refundable Reservation Fee of 3.5% subject to a minimum of £5,000 plus VAT (£6,000 including VAT) which secures the transaction and takes the property off the market. The buyer will be required to sign an Acknowledgement of Reservation form to confirm acceptance of terms prior to solicitors being instructed. Copies of the Reservation form and all terms and conditions can be found in the Legal Pack which can be downloaded for free from the auction section of our website or requested from our Auction Department. Please note this property is subject to an undisclosed Reserve Price which is generally no more than 10% in excess of the Starting Bid. Both the Starting Bid and Reserve Price can be subject to change. Terms and conditions apply to the Modern Method of Auction, which is operated by DDM Property Auction powered by iam-sold Ltd.
TO VIEW OR MAKE A BID ? Contact DDM Residential on 01652 661166 or visit: www.northlincolnshirepropertyauction.co.uk
ENTRANCE HALLWAY Solid wood door into entrance hallway with doors leading to lounge, sitting room, kitchen, pantry and storage cupboard (formerly a fireplace) and a traditional balustrade return staircase to the first floor and exposed beams, wall mounted radiator and separate electric storage heater.
LOUNGE 15'4" x 10'4" (4.67m x 3.15m). With dual aspect sash windows, wall mounted radiator, exposed beams and borrowed light from the entrance hallway. Open Victorian fireplace with marble surround with tiles depicting scenes from Shakespeare.
SITTING ROOM 15'3" x 15'1" (4.65m x 4.6m). L-shaped room having a double glazed sash window to the front elevation, being neutrally decorated and with a wall mounted radiator. The brickwork to the fireplace dates to around 1650 with later additions in 1984 made by the current vendor. Underneath the fireplace is a pit which is believed to be a medieval safe.
KITCHEN 14'1" x 17'10" (4.3m x 5.44m). Added to the property around 1844 and is situated off the original kitchen, Having dual aspect sash windows, wall mounted radiator, part dado rail and parquet flooring. Boasting a range of base units with part solid pine work surfaces incorporating a one and a half bowl sink and drainer with mixer tap over. Space and plumbing for washing machine, under counter fridge and freezer, doors leading to the original kitchen and hallway, this room benefits from a Bosky solid fuel cooker and boiler which heats the radiators and domestic hot water.
ORIGINAL KITCHEN 8'1" x 9'3" (2.46m x 2.82m). Sash leaded window to the rear elevation with shutters, having mains shower, original flooring and stone sink.
PANTRY 9'2" x 7'7" (2.8m x 2.31m). Wall mounted radiator, an array of shelving, power and light.
LANDING Having doors to three generous bedrooms and family bathroom, storage cupboard and wall mounted storage radiator. Sash window to the rear elevation.
MASTER BEDROOM (North Bedroom) 18'6" x 14'11" (5.64m x 4.55m). Having dual aspect sash windows overlooking pasture land and views to the Humber bridge, traditional Victorian fireplace dating to around 1840, Loft access with loft ladder, two wall mounted radiators.
BEDROOM TWO 15'4" x 15'1" (4.67m x 4.6m). Having sash windows, wall mounted radiator, exposed beams and neutrally decorated. The cast iron fireplace is a later addition from when the house was raised to two stories, separate door leading to bedroom three.
BEDROOM THREE 11'9" x 15'9" (3.58m x 4.8m). Doors to the bedroom date to around 1650 with wooden locks. Sash window to the side, neutrally decorated, exposed beams, wall mounted radiator.
BATHROOM 9'6" x 8'1" (2.9m x 2.46m). Comprising of panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush wc. Wall mounted radiator, sliding sash window to the north. Splash back tiling around the bath and wash hand basin.
LOFT ROOM 14'10" x 13'2" (4.52m x 4.01m). Having weighted trap door, velux window, power and light.
OUTBUILDING ONE 15'11" x 17'6" (4.85m x 5.33m). A copy of a traditional Lincolnshire barn, formerly used as a workshop for making wickerwork baskets. Accessed via double timber doors, Windows to the front elevation and Original flooring.
TOOL SHED 7'7" x 10'6" (2.31m x 3.2m). Brick built and having window to the front and original flooring.
TOILET 6'6" x 8'5" (1.98m x 2.57m). L-shaped room with chain pulling wc.
BRICK STORE 5' x 3'9" (1.52m x 1.14m).
WOOD STORE 4'3" x 4'5" (1.3m x 1.35m).
EXTERNALLY The property is well hidden from the roadside with hedged front, access being along a private lane over which Downholme has a right of way. This residence is a horticulturists dream, awash with an array of colour, the plentiful variety of different shrubs and plants are not only an attractive distraction but cordons this home beautifully and provides a secluded garden.