Substantial Plots with Outline Planning for Eight Detached Houses
Four Spacious Reception Rooms to the Ground Floor
Lounge with Stone Feature Fireplace and Bay Windows
Ample Storage Rooms to the Utilty Areas
Small Selection of Outbuildings Attached to the Property
Former Wing Commanders Property to the now Decommissioned Royal Air Force Base
Fine & Country Northern Lincolnshire present to the market this rarely available property. Having once been the former wing commander's home to the now decommissioned Royal Air Force base the substantial plot also includes a parcel of land with outline planning permission for eight houses.
The property would benefit from a general scheme of modernisation throughout and offers an opportunity to acquire a substantial residence. The additional land that is situated to the side and rear of the property has planning permission for the development of residential housing which enhances the property's value. The planning permission includes four plots located to the rear of the properties garden and four larger plots situated to the side of the property, six of which gain access from York Road. The potential of building these detached dwellings would be a great addition to a Property Developers portfolio. The main entrance hall provides access to the four spacious formal reception rooms. The lounge has a stone feature fireplace with open fire grate and a triple panel recessed bay window that gives views onto the rear garden. A dining room and sitting room also are arranged to the rear aspect of the property. Adjacent to the front entrance is a study ideal for the modern family and could provide a snug or playroom if required. A spacious breakfast kitchen with a practical utility room and three pantry/storage rooms are located to the less formal part of the house. A Gardeners store room sits alongside a boiler room the property has ample storage rooms to the utility areas of the ground floor and a cloakroom. To the first floor are five good sized double bedrooms which are served by two family bathrooms and two separate cloakrooms. A second staircase leads to a landing area with vaulted ceiling which access three further bedrooms each of which has a wall mounted hand wash basin and a further spacious storage room. This top floor accommodation is thought to have been used as the servant's quarters when the property was main RAF residence. In addition to the main property there is a small selection of attached outbuildings which comprises of a garage, two storage areas, rear lobby area and a boiler room. The house itself sits back from Lancaster Road and is accessed via a substantial horse shoe driveway with a pair of smaller trees sitting within the horse shoe island. The rear of the property is a predominately grassed garden with shrub and small tree borders.