Ready For Refurbishment & Update In Central Caistor Location
Period Entrance Hall with Staircase
Two Formal Reception Rooms With Fireplaces
Kitchen With Walk In Pantry
Utility With Cloak Room Facilities & Store Room
Four Bedrooms and Large Family Bathroom
Garden, Parking For Several Vehicles & Two Barns
Situated in the heart of the popular town of Caistor this grade II listed period property has a front façade that typifies Georgian styling. Ready for a buyer to improve and enjoy, this rarely available four bedroomed home has parking for several vehicles as well as having two barns to the rear.
The barns offer potential for conversion to create an annex, workshops or home office subject to planning.
Caistor is one of the most highly sought-after towns in Lincolnshire with many amenities to include the renowned Caistor Grammar School.
A centrally located solid wood entrance door with top light opens into the welcoming reception hall with period features to include high ceilings and the original staircase with polished wood handrail.
The hallway is flanked by two formal reception rooms to include a comfortable sitting room with a period style fireplace, this dual aspect room has a window to the side and a sash window to the front with period wooden shutters and panelling under. The second reception room to provide a formal dining room or second sitting room also has shuttered sash window to the front and is set around an impressive dark marbled fire surround, flanked by inset storage cupboards with ornamental display shelving over.
To the rear of the entrance hall is an understairs storage cupboard, the hall turns to an inner hallway which leads to a utility room with space for washing machine and dryer and there is a w.c, sink unit, shower and heated towel rails. Adjacent to the utility is a storage room which could provide a home study space.
Completing the ground floor accommodation is a side facing traditionally styled kitchen with original walk-in pantry. The kitchen is fitted in a range of wood fronted cabinets with appliances and the central heating boiler. There is an exterior door to the side entrance of the property.
The return staircase leads up to the first-floor galleried landing with window over the staircase allowing for natural light. From the main landing are three double bedrooms and one single. The bedrooms are served by a spacious family bathroom with a coloured three-piece suite.
The property sits directly onto the pathway on Church Street with the front formal entrance being to this aspect. To the side of the property is a wrought-iron gated entrance which opens onto a gravel and flagged driveway which is bordered by a south-facing landscaped garden with deep filled borders, hedge border to the neighbouring property and an old greenhouse. The driveway also provides access to the side kitchen entrance of the property adjacent to this entrance there is an attached storage outbuilding.
To the rear the gravelled driveway continues to the first brick-built barn outbuilding which is in need of renovation. There is water down to the building which does offer the potential to create an annex studio-style apartment, possibly with a mezzanine bedroom subject to planning.
To the back of this first outbuilding is a large gravelled parking and storage area for several vehicles and access to a second barn with larger central area, flanked by two storage rooms/potential workshops.