10 Saxon Way, Grantham NG32 3RS, UK
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Last Sold: NOV 2014
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Newton Fallowell - Grantham Agent Valuation of this property is £215,000
A really well presented refurbished modern detached house that is literally ready to move into. The accommodation has been much improved to include the addition of a super glass roofed conservatory, replacement double glazed doors and windows and a recent new combination boiler. There is a welcoming hall with cloakroom off, a comfortable lounge, kitchen/dining room, three bedrooms, an en suite shower room and house bathroom. The outside space allows off road parking for two vehicles and there is a very useful attached garage. The rear garden enjoys a south westerly aspect and includes two separate patios. The property will appeal to a wide range of purchasers and should prove to be a low maintenance home for many years to come.
An open entrance porch with wide tiled canopy supported by brick and timber supports and uPVC half glazed entrance door to hall.
With staircase off to the first floor, laminate floor, radiator and thermostat.
Cloakroom (1.47m x 0.89m (4'10 x 2'11"))
Re-fitted with low level WC and wash hand basin, obscure uPVC double glazed window to front elevation and radiator.
Lounge (4.50m x 3.53m (14'9" x 11'7"))
With uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, laminate floor, feature fireplace with inset flame effect electric fire, radiator and coving.
Kitchen/Dining Room (4.57m x 2.95m (15'0" x 9'8"))
Fitted with a range of base cupboards with working surfaces over and matching eye level cupboards, one and a half bowl composite sink, tiled splashbacks, under stairs pantry cupboard, radiator and coving, uPVC double glazed French doors to conservatory and uPVC double glazed window to the rear.
Conservatory (4.50m x 2.74m (14'9" x 9'0"))
A wonderful addition to the house providing an attractive and indispensable lounge that is also centrally heated and usable all year round, having self cleaning tinted glass for ease of maintenance and usability, patio doors to the garden and personal door to garage, thermostatic heating control.
First Floor Landing
With uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation, built in airing cupboard with shelving and radiator and loft hatch with loft ladder to roof space.
Bedroom One (3.02m plus wardrobes x 2.79m (9'11 plus wardrobes)
With uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, built in double wardrobe and radiator.
En Suite Shower (1.96m max x 1.50m (6'5" max x 4'11"))
With shower cubicle, wash basin/vanity cupboard and low level WC., radiator, extractor fan and tiling, uPVC obscure double glazed window to the front.
Bedroom Two (2.62m x 2.54m (8'7" x 8'4"))
With uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation and radiator.
Bedroom Three (2.90m x 1.88m (9'6" x 6'2"))
With uPVC double glazed window to the rear and radiator.
Bathroom (1.96m x 1.83m (6'5" x 6'0"))
Re-fitted to contain a white suite of panelled bath with shower and screen over, wash basin and low level WC., tiled splashbacks, radiator, extractor fan and obscure uPVC double glazed window to the side elevation.
The property is situated on the edge of the village and enjoys a reasonable level of privacy. There is driveway parking for two vehicles and outside lighting. Gated access leads to the rear garden and a surprisingly extensive garden to the side where there is a patio from which to enjoy the morning sunshine. The rear garden enjoys a sunny aspect and comprises a paved patio, lawn, gravelled areas and shrubs. There is fencing to the boundaries and an oil storage tank.
Garage (5.66m x 2.49m (18'7" x 8'2"))
A really useful attached brick garage with a pitched roof, up-and-over door and personal door to conservatory. Light and power connected. Replacement Worcester oil fired combination boiler.
Mains electricity water and drainage are connected. Oil fired central heating is installed. There is no mains gas supply laid to Ancaster.
The property is in Council Tax Band C. Annual charges for 2020/2021 - £1,628.75.
From Grantham High Street continue on to Watergate following the one way system turning right on to Broad Street and left on to Brook Street. Continue out of town via Manthorpe Road passing the hospital on the left-hand side, past Belton, through Barkston and onwards following the signs for Sleaford (A153). Turn left at the Ancaster crossroads on to the B6403 and continue along passing the Post Office on the right-hand side and take the next right turn on to Mercia Drive and bear left onto Saxon Way. Bear right and the property is at the end on the right.
Approximately 8 miles to the north east of Grantham and 6 miles west of Sleaford, the village of Ancaster was a Roman town and still has many sites of archaeological interest. Situated just off the A153, there is the neighbouring Woodland Waters beauty spot and campsite and the village itself offers a doctors surgery, barbers studio, local Post Office, respected Junior School, award winning butchers, Co-op, public house, takeaway, mobile fish and chip van (Saturdays) and a regular bus route to both Grantham and Sleaford. Ancaster boasts an unmanned East Coast Mainline Station between Nottingham and Skegness (pay on the train), calling at Grantham, Sleaford and Boston. Via the B6403 or "Viking Way", it is also only a 10 minute drive from RAF Cranwell.
Please note these are draft particulars awaiting final approval from the vendor, therefore the contents within may be subject to change and must not be relied upon as an entirely accurate description of the property.
Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract. All services and appliances have not and will not be tested.