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3 bed house with annexe for sale

West Torrington, LN8

£350,000

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Property features

  • *Rare opportunity*
  • In total grounds extend to approx 1 acre
  • 3 bed detached bungalow
  • Large detached double garage
  • And a former chapel
  • Chapel requires refurbishment / conversion

Property location

Property description

Summary

A rare opportunity to purchase a charming extended detached former chapel dating back to 1859 and detached 3 bedroom bungalow with generous and private gardens of approximately 1 acre (sts) standing on the edge of the small rural village of West Torrington.

The former chapel itself offers endless potential but does require conversion.
The internal former chapel accommodation comprises porch, kitchen, main function room, and the original nave with pews and pulpit. The detached charming space offers the potential to be used as a holiday let/office space. (subject to the necessary consents).

The internal bungalow accommodation comprises three well-proportioned bedrooms, two reception rooms, fitted kitchen, conservatory, utility, family bathroom and downstairs cloakroom.

Outside there is ample private off road parking and a large detached double garage measure approximately 21’4″ x 18’6″.

UPVC Double Glazing and Oil Central Heating system.

The property offers huge amounts of potential and would make a great project for a buyer wanting to put their own stamp on a property.

Viewing is recommended in order to fully appreciate this rare opportunity.

Situation:
West Torrington is a small hamlet in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, It is situated on the edge of Bleasby Moor and 3 miles north from Wragby and 5 miles from Market Rasen. The cathedral city and county capital of Lincoln is situated only approximately 12 miles away.
Market Rasen is a small historic Market Town which boasts bustling streets, local shops selling local produce, friendly pubs and stunning surrounding countryside. Facilities are excellent and besides the thriving shopping centre there's a police station, fire and ambulance stations, railway station, excellent schooling, doctor's surgery, good access to NHS dentists and a library.
On top of all that, there's a racecourse the only one in Lincolnshire and a golf course, and a fair number of new residential developments which have brought in new residents to this pleasant corner of Lincolnshire. This bustling town has become increasingly popular with commuters, not only because of its easy road access but also because of its rail links to Grimsby & Lincoln which now has direct trains to London. Equally, because it's one of the western gateways to the Lincolnshire Wolds, you don't need to go far to find quiet roads, pleasant footpaths and beautiful countryside.

Accommodation - The Bungalow:

Lobby:
Having ceramic tiled flooring, upvc front entrance door with feature Owl inset and frosted window to front elevation.

Entrance Hall:
Having timber entrance door with glazed inset panel, storage cupboard, thermostat, radiator and doors leading to all principal rooms.

Sitting Room: 19'8" x 11'1" (5.99m x 3.38m)
Having upvc window to front elevation, feature stone fire surround, tiled hearth and open grate, wall lights, coving to ceiling and radiator. Doors leading to kitchen and hallway.

Dining Room:
Having upvc patio door to front elevation and window to side elevation, feature solid wood ornate fire surround, decorative ceramic tiled inset and electric coal effect inset fire, wall lights ,dado rail and coving to ceiling.

Kitchen: 12'6" x 7'8" (3.81m x 2.34m)
Having a range of solid oak fitted base, drawers and wall units with contrasting roll edge work surfaces, stainless steel sink unit and drainer with mixer tap over, integrated appliances including dishwasher, electric hob and oven with pull out extractor above, space for low level fridge, tiled splash backs and vinyl flooring. There is a breakfast bar ideal for casual meals and upvc double glazed window to rear elevation.

Boiler Room: 9'6" x 5'4" (2.90m x 1.63m)
Having access to roof space, warm flow freestanding oil boiler, upvc door with ½ glazed panel and window to rear elevation.

Garden Room: 11'7" x 8'3" (3.53m x 2.51m)
Having upvc French door to rear and door to side out to the gardens. Plumbing and space for washing machine, tumble dryer, vinyl flooring, power and light.

WC:
Having low level WC, fully tiled walls, vinyl flooring and upvc leaf design window to rear elevation.

Airing Cupboard:
Housing hot water tank.

Bathroom: 7'11" x 5'8" (2.41m x 1.73m)
Having a white 3-piece suite comprising, pea shaped Jacuzzi panelled bath with curved screen and Mira Sport electric shower over, vanity inset hand wash basin with storage under, vinyl flooring, fully tiled walls , white heated towel radiator and upvc obscure window to rear elevation.

Bedroom 1: 11'3" x 10'10" (3.43m x 3.30m)
Having upvc window to front elevation, fitted wardrobes, coving to ceiling, dado rail and radiator.

Bedroom 2: 11'1" x 10'2" (3.38m x 3.10m)
Having upvc window to front elevation, fitted wardrobes and radiator.

Bedroom 3: 9'11" x 7'11" (3.02m x 2.41m)
Having upvc window to front elevation, fitted pine wardrobes and radiator.

Outside:

Garden - Front:
A private gravel driveway with 5 bar Lincolnshire gate leads to the detached double garage. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature shrub beds, enclosed with mature conifer hedging and mature trees.

Detached Double Garage: 21'4" x 18'6" (6.50m x 5.64m)
Having two separate up and over doors to front elevation, passenger door to side, two windows to rear elevation, power and light. The garage houses the oil tank.

Wrought iron gate gives access to the front garden and driveway.

Garden - Rear:
The property stands in approximately 1 acre (sts) acres of grounds. There are formal gardens with superb open views across neighbouring countryside. A generous outbuilding and greenhouse.

The enclosed and private formal garden is mainly laid to lawn and comprises of beautifully planted flowers and shrubs surrounding a paved patio area ideal for alfresco dining. A pagoda is located in the far corner. An decorative arch leads to an orchard.

Orchard:
Having a variety of fruit trees including apple, pear and plum. Housing wood store, goat shed and chicken runs.

Outbuilding:
This steel framework outbuilding has power ,light and an up and over door to front elevation, five windows overlooking side elevations and passenger door. There is a gravel driveway giving access to the front of the property via a wrought iron gate.

The gardens are enclosed by post and rail fencing and fir trees.

Accommodation - The Former Chapel:
The original building dates back to 1859 and extended 1893. The detached charming space has many of its original features including windows and fittings. The former chapel offers the potential to be used as a holiday let/office space. (subject to the necessary consents).

Timber front door leading to:

Hall:
Having exposed brick walls, ceramic tiled flooring, original coat hooks and skylight to ceiling.

Kitchen:
Having ceramic sink and drainer with drawer and cupboards below, counter tops, serving hatch and two sky lights to ceiling.

Room One - Main Function Room: 23'4" x 17'3" (7.11m x 5.26m)
Having four stained glass feature windows, timber flooring, power, light, consumer unit and door to side elevation. Door leading to store cupboard and window to side.

Room Two - Nave: 28' x 20'11" (8.53m x 6.38m)
Having four feature windows, entrance door to front elevation, feature arch window and contains all original fittings including pulpit and pews.

The former chapel has some outdoor space which is accessed via the main function room. Door to store and fence enclosed small courtyard.

Tenure & Possession:
Freehold
Vacant possession will be given on completion on the purchase.

Services:
The owner/occupier informed us that any services; or appliances (including central heating if fitted) referred to in this brochure operates satisfactorily, but they have not been checked. If a property is unoccupied at any time there may be reconnection charges for any switched off/disconnected or drained services or appliance.

Outgoings:
The property falls into Council Tax Band C payable to West Lindsey District Council, Guildhall, Marshalls Yard, Gainsborough DN21 2NA Tel: 01427 676676 East Lindsey District Council, Tedder Hall, Manby, Louth, Lincs. LN11 8UP (Tel: 01507 601111)

Offers:
Please note any offers received on this property via e-mail must be confirmed in writing.

Fixtures & Fittings:
Only those items described within these sales particulars are included within the sale.

Brochure Details:
This brochure including photography was prepared by Perkins, George Mawer & Co. In accordance with the sellers instructions of July 2017.

Viewings:
Strictly through the Selling Agents at their Market Rasen office. Tel: 01673 843011

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday : 9 am to 5.00 pm - Saturday 9 am to 12.00 pm

Interested in this property? Call us on 01673 843011
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