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Lounge/Diner

£350,000 Offers in the region of

5 Bedroom Detached House

27, High Street, Metheringham, LN4 3DZ

Key Features

  • Built in 1750 (not listed)
  • Versatile Accommodation
  • Steeped in History
  • Viewings Highly Recommended to appreciate the size
  • Close to Excellent Local Shops
  • Popular Village Location
  • EPC = E (39)

Description

If houses could talk this one would have a lot to say! Built around 1750, this stone fronted cottage in the heart of the village could tell many a tale. Formerly used as a bank, vets and plumbers merchants, it now serves as a lovely family home. Are you looking for a substantial detached property, full of history and character?

This stone fronted cottage with wrought iron fencing and gate is conveniently located on the High Street in Metheringham. With an abundance of space, that includes 5 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, 2 kitchens, wet room and family bathroom, the versatile layout readily divides into two providing an annex for elderly relatives or younger members of the family alike. Access to the rear of the property is via double gates, leading to a large enclosed courtyard, with outbuildings and block paved driveway with parking for several cars.

Rooms

This home includes:

  • Entrance Hall

    2.65m x 2.22m (5.8 sqm) - 8' 8" x 7' 3" (63 sqft)

    As you step into the entrance hall you're greeted with red tiled flooring, original dark wood doors and a staircase, with under stairs cupboard, leading to the first floor with access to two of the five bedrooms and the family bathroom. A door to the left leads to a large lounge and dining area, whilst the door to the right leads to the living room.

  • Lounge Diner

    7.89m x 4.58m (36.1 sqm) - 25' 10" x 15' (388 sqft)

    The huge lounge/dining area offers space in abundance for sofas, coffee table and large dining table. With beamed ceilings and inglenook fireplace the rooms have a warm country cottage feel, whilst the two windows ensure the space is light and airy.

  • Kitchen

    3.27m x 3.53m (11.5 sqm) - 10' 8" x 11' 6" (124 sqft)

    The dining room leads into kitchen 2. The cottage has two kitchens one on either side of the property this being the smaller of the two, with under-stairs cupboard and stairs leading to bedrooms 3 and 4. An adjacent WC and lobby lead through to the conservatory and wet room.

  • Wet Room

    3.43m x 2.21m (7.5 sqm) - 11' 3" x 7' 3" (81 sqft)

    With beamed ceiling, white tiled walls and flooring, and airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder. Ideal for anyone with mobility issues who find using a traditional bath or upstairs facilities a challenge.

  • Conservatory

    5.41m x 2.99m (16.1 sqm) - 17' 8" x 9' 9" (174 sqft)

    With tiled flooring overlooking the rear courtyard, with access to the rear hallway.

  • Hallway

    1.59m x 4.59m (7.3 sqm) - 5' 2" x 15' 1" (78 sqft)

    With terracotta tiled flooring, adjacent WC, cupboard and access through to the living room.

  • Living Room

    4.12m x 4.58m (18.8 sqm) - 13' 6" x 15' (203 sqft)

    Another large room with original features including a period open fire place with rustic brick surround, cupboards recessed into the thick walls and a beamed ceiling. Ideal also for use as a formal dining room, great for family get-togethers and dinner parties with friends. Doors to kitchen 1 and the entrance hall.

  • Kitchen

    3.65m x 4.91m (17.9 sqm) - 11' 11" x 16' 1" (192 sqft)

    WOW Factor included! The larger of the two, kitchen 1 was recently refitted with cream base and wall units, oak worktops, cream tiled floor, splash backs and chimney breast housing a modern 8 burner oven range. With walk-in pantry too, you'll never be short of cupboard space. Door through to the living room and another with staircase providing access to bedroom 5.

  • Bedroom 1

    4.13m x 4.58m (18.9 sqm) - 13' 6" x 15' (204 sqft)

    To the front of the property, with large window overlooking the High Street. Accessed via stairs off the entrance hall.

  • Bedroom 2

    3.77m x 4.91m (18.5 sqm) - 12' 4" x 16' 1" (199 sqft)

    Again to the front of the property, with large window overlooking the High Street and accessed via stairs off the entrance hall. In addition there is a tiled fireplace and window seat.

  • Bedroom 3

    4.09m x 4.58m (18.7 sqm) - 13' 5" x 15' (202 sqft)

    To the front of the property, with window overlooking the High Street and accessed via stairs in kitchen 2. This bedroom also features a fireplace, with in this instance a timber surround .

  • Bedroom 4

    3.26m x 4.58m (14.9 sqm) - 10' 8" x 15' (160 sqft)

    To the rear of the property, with window overlooking the courtyard, two storage cupboards, accessed via stairs in kitchen 2. Set in the eaves of the house, which lends itself to use as a child's bedroom.

  • Bedroom 5

    4.59m x 2.17m (9.9 sqm) - 15' x 7' 1" (107 sqft)

    To the rear of the property, with skylight and window overlooking the courtyard, accessed via stairs in kitchen 1. Currently used as a music room, but also ideal as a home office or games room.

  • Bathroom

    2.56m x 4.78m (12.2 sqm) - 8' 4" x 15' 8" (131 sqft)

    A lovely large bathroom, which is accessed via a spacious landing. Modernised approximately 12 months ago, with tiled walls and floor, white vanity unit, double shower and claw foot freestanding bath complete with flat screen TV. After a busy week this could be your place to relax with a glass of wine while you catch up with the soaps!

  • Outbuilding

    11.4m x 2.74m (31.2 sqm) - 37' 4" x 8' 11" (336 sqft)

    At the back of the house there are 3 outbuildings currently used as a utility/storage area. Great additional space, with lots of potential for upgrading and a variety of uses.

  • Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.

Summary


Additional Information:


  • Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) Rating:

    Band E (39-54)
As the house is currently being used by two families the council tax bands are for the annexe Band B and the main house Band C. Previous tax band for the whole house was an E. Metheringham, Meg as it is known to locals, is a village 9 miles to the south east of Lincoln and 10 Miles north of Sleaford. With a village hall, summer fetes and Christmas fairs being held annually, there really is a great sense of community, an ideal place to raise a family. Whilst keeping a village feel, Metheringham has a lot to offer, several takeaways, two pubs, a restaurant (the Indian is a must on a Thursday night with booking advised apparently), convenience store, post office, day nursery, lovely primary school, oh and a train station too with regular services to Lincoln and Sleaford!



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