• Station Building
  • Built In The Mid Eighteen Hundreds
  • Lounge & Sitting Room
  • Kitchen & Breakfast Room
  • Study
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Rear Garden
  • Fantastic Views
  • EPC Rating: E
Built in the mid eighteen hundreds, this station building and railway masters house is bursting with period features.

Boasting a light décor, in need of some modernisation, once finished would suit not only a family but first time buyer as well.

From the street its impossible to imagine the core detail retained within, arranged over two floors, this unique period property set in this sought after location of Great Coates village, perfect for those train lovers. Situated within a working platform and having fantastic views, perfect for anyone looking for spacious accommodation. Briefly comprising of entrance hall, lounge, dining room, sitting room and study, open breakfast room / kitchen. To the first floor are four generous bedrooms and bathroom. The property benefits from part uPVC, gas central heating and an enclosed rear garden.

ACCESS TO THE PROPERTY    Is via an obscured uPVC door into:

ENTRANCE HALL 11'1" x 14'11" (3.38m x 4.55m). Doors leading to sitting room, kitchen and downstairs w.c, dado rail and wall mounted radiator, two uPVC Georgian style windows to the rear elevation, looking over a well maintained garden, an array of cupboard storage space and open fire and door leading to second entrance hall.

KITCHEN 8'11" x 10'9" (2.72m x 3.28m). Boasting a range of matching wall and base units with complimentary roll over work surface, splash back tiling, incorporating a sink hearth and drainer with mixer tap, electric hob and oven with grill under, space for washing machine and a uPVC Georgian style window to the side elevation, archway leading to:

BREAKFAST ROOM 14'4" x 12'1" (4.37m x 3.68m). Georgian style uPVC window to the side elevation, wall mounted radiator, carpeted and tastefully decorated, open field views and carpeted.

DINING ROOM 10'10" x 10'10" (3.3m x 3.3m). With uPVC window to the front elevation looking over railway lines, wall mounted radiator, carpeted, tastefully decorated and archway leads to lounge.

LOUNGE 13'2" x 11'11" (4.01m x 3.63m). With uPVC Georgian style window having views over the railway lane, having wall mounted radiator, open fire place behind a modern electric fire place, bare brick surround, tiled inset, carpeted and neutrally decorated.

SITTING ROOM 14'10" x 11' (4.52m x 3.35m). With Georgian style dual aspect windows, electric fire set upon a decorative surround, multiple storage cupboards and accessible from both entrance halls.

SECOND ENTRANCE HALL    Doors to study, lounge and sitting room, traditional staircase to the first floor with storage under.

STUDY 7' x 9'7" (2.13m x 2.92m). uPVC Georgian style window to the rear elevation, range of storage and currently used as a store room.

LANDING    Doors to four generous bedrooms, family bathroom, original sash window to the rear elevation, carpeted and wall mounted radiator.

BEDROOM ONE 12'2" x 13'10" (3.7m x 4.22m). Through a uPVC Georgian style window to the side elevation, views over fields, wall mounted radiator, carpeted, sloping ceilings and loft access.

BEDROOM TWO 11'1" x 10'10" (3.38m x 3.3m). Original sash window, carpeted and loft access.

BEDROOM THREE 7'10" x 11'2" (2.39m x 3.4m). Original sash window to the front elevation, carpeted and neutrally decorated.

BEDROOM FOUR 11'11" x 13' (3.63m x 3.96m). Double sash window to the front elevation and carpeted.

FAMILY BATHROOM 6'11" x 10' (2.1m x 3.05m). Comprising of a bath, pedestal wash hand basin, original sash window to the rear elevation, wall mounted radiator and tastefully decorated.

EXTERNALLY    The Station house is situated in 525 yards of land.

The garden to the rear of the property which is accessed by steps down from the grand platform surrounding this side of the property which is enclosed by striking white painted metal railings. The Garden area consists of a well established shrubs and brushes to the boarders and lawned areas, all lovingly maintained by the current owners, in fact their brightly colored hanging baskets are talking point and well thought of by local residents in the area and travelers through the area. The driveway is now unused and has been fenced in but very easily could be made usable again. The large piece of land at the side of the tracks which is also part of the property offers endless opportunity.


Floorplan for Woad Lane, Great Coates, NE Lincs, DN37 Floorplan for Woad Lane, Great Coates, NE Lincs, DN37


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