41 Lee St, Louth LN11 9HJ, UK
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Last Sold: JUN 2018
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AI think: £144,552
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Agents think: £195,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
HPI banks think: £133,422
Purplebricks, Head Office Agent Valuation of this property is £195,000
In the agents opinion, this is one of, if not the finest properties of it's kind currently available on the open market. Completely renovated from top to bottom by the current vendor, sympathetically to the age of the property to which it was built back in 1856 back to brick, insulated, décor, floorings, openings, full rewiring of electrics, new central heating system, kitchen, bathroom, the whole works, it truly is ready to move into and would make an ideal and enviable first purchase. It's position is superb, literally a stroll down the hill and through pawnshop passage and you are in town, conveniently placed for all the local amenities Louth has to offer. The accommodation consists of an entrance hall, lounge with a multi fuel cast iron fireplace, large dining room with doors to the garden and an impressive cast iron oven range/fireplace, bespoke hand crafted joiner built solid timber kitchen, modern yet traditional bathroom, three bedrooms, bedroom two having an en-suite with toilet and hand basin. The property also has a much larger than average rear garden for a property of this type with elevated views and a view of St James's church.
The entrance hall has a replica of an original door. Decorated brightly in cream and with a traditional tiled floor. Cast iron central heating radiator. Staircase to the first floor.
12`9” x 11`8”
This lovely lounge to the front has a double glazed window. Finished in cream with striking coving and a good quality carpet. A cast iron central heating radiator. The main feature of the room is the attractive cast iron multi fuel stove which sits upon a tiled hearth within a beautiful reclaimed slate fireplace. A set of joiner built sliding doors leads to the dining room.
16`2” x 12`5”
This superb entertaining/family space has a set of joiner built doors opening onto the rear garden. Decorated in cream with oak flooring. The main feature has to be the cast iron “Stanley” range oven/fire within the hand built chimney breast. Cast iron central heating radiator.
10` x 9`8”
The kitchen has a door and double glazed window. Such a lovely room in cream with the original quarry tiled floor. A bespoke hand crafted solid timber kitchen with base units and real wood square edge worktop which incorporates a belfast sink with mixer tap. An integral dishwasher, oven and hob. Tall modern central heating radiator. Access to pantry with original flooring.
10`1” x 6`5”
With two double glazed windows this is a nice bright bathroom. Split cleverly into two sections with a dividing oak beam, one for bathing and one for drying, tiles to the wet area and a nice quality carpet to the dry. The traditional suite comprises of an enamel bath with chrome waterfall tap and electric shower over, hand wash basin and low flush toilet. Large column style radiator to the dry area.
The landing is of a spelled gallery style with stripped pine floor and a built in cupboard.
16`8” x 12`2”
This spacious main bedroom has two double glazed windows. A large double room in cream with stripped pine floor. Central heating radiator. The main feature is the cast iron fireplace.
12`5” x 12`4”
The second bedroom has a double glazed window. A nice double room in cream with one exposed brick wall as a great feature, exposed pine floor. Central heating radiator.
Bedroom 2 has a handy en-suite with a double glazed window. A nice room with exposed pine floor and suite which comprises of a low flush toilet and hand wash basin. Chrome ladder style radiator.
9`7” x 5`7”
The final bedroom is currently being used as a home office by the vendor. It would make a lovely single bedroom with its double glazed window, cream walls and good quality carpet.
The front has a walled boundary. The rear, much larger than average for a property of its kind. A lovely high wall to one side and some new fencing to the rear. Laid to lawn, raised patio and nice log store which in our opinion would make an ideal bbq/covered area when the rain comes. Shed and brick out building. Views of St James's church.
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