10 Saxon Fields, Market Rasen LN7 6SQ, UK
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Last Sold: MAY 2017
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Masons Sales & Lettings Agent Valuation of this property is £280,000
This detached four-bedroom family house stands in a sought-after residential location along a small cul-de-sac facing an open lawned area with mature trees creating a semi-rural feel. The property has a gas central heating system operating via a wi-fi enabled Hive controller, uPVC-framed double-glazed windows (bar the garage) and a good size garden to the rear, mainly laid to lawn and ideal for a young family.
Directions Approaching Caistor on the A46 from Grimsby, ignore the right turn along the A1173 at the top of the hill in favour of the right turn lower down the hill at the crossroads along South Street. Follow the narrow road into the Market Place and then bear right to the t-junction. Turn left along High Street and where the road forks bear left along North Kelsey Road. Continue and take the third left turning along Saxon Fields. Bear right and the house will be found on the right side.
The Property This detached family house is understood to have been constructed during the 1970's and has brick-faced cavity walls beneath a pitched timber roof structure covered in concrete tiles. The property has two garages which project from the front elevation beneath a flat roof which extends to form a large, covered porch with a feature corner pillar. Heating is provided by a mains gas-fired central heating system which can be operated remotely by virtue of the Hive wi-fi enabled operating system. The house has recently been improved by opening the kitchen to the dining room adjacent and a new composite part-glazed door has been fitted to the main entrance.
Accommodation (Approximate room dimensions are shown on the floor plans which are indicative of the room layout and not to specific scale)
Canopy Porch with white circular corner pillar, outside light and recess with quarry tiled floor and inset composite, part-glazed (double-glazed) door with double-glazed side panel, all finished externally in grey and internally in white, to the:
Entrance Lobby With hardwood block floor having mat well and extending into the hallway; coat hooks to wall plaque and walk-through opening to the:
L-Shaped Entrance Hall With staircase and side screen leading to the first floor, radiator with shelf over, panelled double doors to the lounge, door to the kitchen and:
Cloakroom/WC off In contemporary colours contrasting the light-coloured suite of low-level WC and bracket wash hand basin; side window and extractor fan.
Lounge A bright and airy room with a wide oriel bow window to the front elevation, double radiator and coved ceiling. Wide walk-through shaped archway to the:
Dining Kitchen A wide room with dining area to one side, having a laminated limed oak-effect floor and open to the kitchen area which has hardwood block flooring. Range of cupboard units in white with long metal handles, to include base cupboards, roll-edge woodgrain-effect work surfaces, wall cupboard units and ceramic tile splashbacks.
Double drainer stainless steel sink unit, tall unit housing the Hotpoint electric double oven incorporating grill with recess over for a microwave oven; separate gas stainless steel Hotpoint four ring hob and stainless-steel cooker hood over with inset lighting. Space with plumbing for washing machine and for dishwasher and space with vent for tumble dryer. Coved ceiling and two strip lights (one is an LED type), together with pendant light in the dining area. Radiator and sliding double-glazed patio door with fixed side panel to the rear patio and garden.
Landing A light area with a large window on the side elevation above the staircase half landing and with side screens extending to form a gallery above the staircase. Trap access to the roof void and smoke alarm.
Bedroom 1 (rear) A spacious double bedroom with a full-width range of furniture comprising two double wardrobes, single full-height cupboards, dressing table with two drawers and a range of store cupboards over. Radiator, coved ceiling and large rear window overlooking the garden.
Bedroom 2 (front) A double bedroom with window to the front elevation, radiator, coved ceiling and one wall decorated especially for Star Wars enthusiasts. Oak-effect laminated floor covering.
Bedroom 3 (front) A single bedroom of good size with window to the front elevation, radiator and coved ceiling.
Bedroom 4 (front) A slightly smaller single bedroom with a recessed double wardrobe fitted with clothes rail and shelf over. Floating wall shelf, radiator and coved ceiling.
Bathroom A spacious bathroom of appropriate size for a family house with a white suite comprising a panelled square-line bath with glazed side screen and a wall-mounted chrome shower mixer unit having hand set on flexible hose, together with a square drench head above; low-level WC with high-gloss white boxed cistern and complementary vanity unit comprising a rectangular wash hand basin in high-gloss surround with cupboards and drawers beneath.
Marble-style ceramic tile surround to the bath and shower area and complementary tiled splashback to the washbasin. LED illuminated wall mirror, five recessed ceiling LED spotlights and dark oak-effect floor covering. Airing cupboard containing a copper hot water cylinder with lagging jacket and immersion heater, together with linen shelves over.
Outside The house stands well back from Saxon Fields and faces an attractive open lawned area with mature trees. There is a tarmac driveway providing parking space and giving access to the projecting garage.
The front garden is designed for ease of maintenance with a gravel bed ideal for flowerpots and tubs, a quadrant-shaped slate bed surrounding a variegated acer tree and stepped, slab-paved approach to the house with a rope edged, slate border under the front oriel bow window. Side access with slab-paved pathway to a gothic arch-shaped screen door on the left and through a wide screen door and pathway on the opposite side of the house adjacent to the garages.
The rear garden is an excellent size and is principally laid to lawn with a capped brick retaining wall around a slab-paved patio which extends to form pathway leading around to the rear door of the garages. Small implement shed to one side and a rowan tree positioned close to the rear boundary. Wall-mounted sensor floodlight and matching sensor floodlight above the rear door into the garage.
The Two Garages each have up and over doors, electric strip lights and one has a single-glazed, timber-framed rear window. Beneath this is the Ideal gas-fired central heating boiler which operates in conjunction with the Hive wi-fi enabled control system.
Viewing: Strictly by prior appointment through the selling agent.
Caistor Located at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds Caistor has local amenities including Chemist, Post Office, Newsagent, Supermarket, Public House, Library and Doctors Surgery. There are primary and secondary schools including Caistor Grammar School noted by ofsted as outstanding.
General Information The particulars of this property are intended to give a fair and substantially correct overall description for the guidance of intending purchasers. No responsibility is to be assumed for individual items. No appliances have been tested. Fixtures, fittings, carpets and curtains are excluded unless otherwise stated. Plans/Maps are not to specific scale, are based on information supplied and subject to verification by a solicitor at sale stage. We are advised that the property is connected to mains gas, water, electricity and drainage but no utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage. The property is in Council Tax band D.