Property Image
1/28
View Floorplan 1
View Floorplan 2

For Sale

£475,000

3 Bedroom Detached House For Sale

Main Road, Sibsey PE22 0TZ

Map

Key Features

  • UNIQUE AND SUBSTANTIAL FAMILY HOME
  • THREE BEDROOM HOUSE WITH A SEVEN ROOM ANNEXE
  • SIZEABLE PRIVATE REAR GARGEN
  • LARGE TIMBER BUILT STUDIO BEHIND LOCKABLE GATES
  • WONDERFUL RURAL LINCOLNSHIRE VIEWS
  • CLOSE TO A HOST OF EXCELLENT VILLAGE AMENITIES
  • FLEXIBLE LIVING WITH MULTIPLE RECEPTION ROOMS
  • LARGE CARRIAGE DRIVE AND CARPORT FOR 5 PLUS VEHICLES

Description

Where to begin with this absolute show-stopper! We have a great opportunity here to find a new owner for this truly unique and substantial property. You'd be forgiven for driving past Pride Cottage without much notice - it's a wonderfully unassuming looking home with a carriage driveway to the front, and is bordered by tall walls, trees and hedgerows to ensure its privacy. Not only do we have a great sized main home here with multiple reception rooms, but we are also spoiled with a vast annexe, which has seven rooms in it! Currently laid out as a three bedroom abode with a lounge, cooking area, bathroom, three bedrooms and a second large room with WC in. In addition to this, the property has a great sized timber outbuilding, currently used as a photography studio. Unique, individual, impressive, private, secluded, spacious, versatile, are just some of the superlatives that come to mind when trying to quantify such a bespoke home.

Location Location Location! That's what they say, right? Well Pride Cottage finds itself in a superb position overlooking working farmland to all sides. Stunning, flat and far reaching views extend over wonderful fields as far as the eye can see, with the historical Hob Hole Pumping Station chimney in the far distance just about standing perpendicular on the horizon. The village of Sibsey is a quaint and reputable village with a hall, convenience store, public house and small village primary school within it. A short journey south takes to you Boston via the Pilgrim Hospital, which is give or take a 10 to 15 minute drive. Heading in the other direction takes you into rural Lincolnshire and the rolling hills of the Wolds.

We'll take a journey through the property now, starting at the main home, and eventually going into the Annexe, then finish up at the exterior. Strap in and come with us as we embark on our trip through this vast home!

This home includes:
  • 01 - Entrance Porch

    We begin our journey through the main home by stepping into the front door that sits central to this charming cottage. A simple area with room to kick your shoes off and hang your coat, the stairs lay before you, with a door that leads into the dining/family area which is open plan to the kitchen. The area is well lit with windows either side of the door offering dual aspect views, as well as a rather pretty tulip image that is set within the glass insert of the uPVC door.

  • 02 - Family Kitchen

    6.53m x 4.09m (26.7 sqm) - 21' 5" x 13' 5" (287 sqft)

    From the entrance area, we then step into a large open plan family kitchen which is the perfect space socialising with family and friends. If you're preparing meals, you're in conversation distance, and the dedicated dining area is large enough for an eight seater table to more than comfortably fit. The dining area has lots of storage cupboards, with the same cabinet and work surface/splashback continuing through from the kitchen seamlessly. A window overlooks the front, with the kitchen window overlooking the side as well as a large rear window looking into the conservatory. A large fireplace sits proudly in the dining area making a great focal point of the room. The actual kitchen zone is very well equipped with carousel storage solutions in most cupboards, lit glass fronted cabinets, a sink and draining board, extractor fan above a large Range style gas hob and cooker and dishwasher, finished with a creamy-beige stone tile, and well lit with a series of spot lights above.

  • 03 - Shower Room

    As we move through a short inner hall from the kitchen towards the snug, we pass an under stair cupboard on the right, and a downstairs shower room to the left. A modern suite is fitted in this tiled room which is finished in a modern and classy grey with one half of one wall papered. The room features a corner shower unit, WC, wash basin, towel rail and extractor fan.

  • 04 - Snug

    3.56m x 2.56m (9.1 sqm) - 11' 8" x 8' 4" (98 sqft)

    Onwards from the hallway, and we're in the snug. Open plan via an archway into the lounge, the room also has sliding doors that go into the rear reception room/fourth bedroom. A simple room which currently houses a sideboard and chair, this room could make an ideal play area or reading corner.

  • 05 - Lounge

    4.13m x 3.66m (15.1 sqm) - 13' 6" x 12' (163 sqft)

    Almost coming back on yourself now, you're in the lounge. Overlooking the front of the property, the lounge has a large marble/smooth stone fireplace standing in the centre of the main wall, which has a working electric fire within it, complete with decorative stones. Either side of the fireplace, the usual recess has been styled with archways which have wall lights set within them for a warming and cosy feel to this charming room.

  • 06 - Reception Room

    4.61m x 3.53m (16.2 sqm) - 15' 1" x 11' 6" (175 sqft)

    A few paces across the snug, and through the double doors we mentioned earlier, leads you into the rear reception room. This room has been designed as a bedroom currently, and has had walls erected inside to privatise and create a warmer feeling area. There is a window that looks out to the side patio in the rear garden. A pitched roof that's been cladded with white painted wood gives the room a breath of freshness and feels more spacious.

  • 07 - Conservatory

    4.68m x 3.53m (16.5 sqm) - 15' 4" x 11' 6" (177 sqft)

    Back through the hallway, past the side of the kitchen and through a uPVC door takes us now to the conservatory. As to be expected with a conservatory, views over the rear garden would be a-plenty, with tiled flooring and a side uPVC door into the rear garden.

  • 08 - Bedroom

    4.28m x 3.64m (15.5 sqm) - 14' x 11' 11" (167 sqft)

    Commensurate with these style cottages, space isn't wasted with hallways upstairs. At the top of the stairs doors lead off to the bedrooms, bathroom and WC. The master bedroom currently has fitted furniture in that includes two double wardrobes and six large drawers with dressing table space above. The other side of the room has a small integrated storage cupboard which floats above the stairwell below. One of the prettiest views from the home is out of this bedroom window - overlooking the flat fields as far as the eye can see. Beautiful.

  • 09 - Bedroom

    4.09m x 3.64m (14.8 sqm) - 13' 5" x 11' 11" (160 sqft)

    The second bedroom has also been kitted out with substantial fitted furniture. With more wardrobes that you'd ever need, along with a series of four cupboards and dressing table space above - the large units that are either side of the room have been finished in a modern matt grey, so they would buddy up really well with any other colour scheme. Bedroom two also enjoys those front elevation views across the fields - we promise you'll never tire of those east facing sunrise views every morning!

  • 10 - Bedroom

    4.22m x 2.59m (10.9 sqm) - 13' 10" x 8' 5" (117 sqft)

    The third bedroom is to the rear of the property, with a window that overlooks the garden. A generous sized room, finished with quality grey wood flooring and emulsioned walls.

  • 11 - Bathroom

    The main bathroom is also to the rear of the home, and is a very generously sized room indeed. A jacuzzi bath sits below the window that overlooks the rear, with a double shower on the opposing wall. The room also has a vanity unit with storage cabinets, work surface, a spot lit mirror as well as the wash basin and WC fitted into it. The room is fully tiled and has a full length heated towel rail.

  • 12 - WC

    An added bonus - the upstairs also benefits from a second WC, ideal for a busy home. This area is also fully tiled, and has a WC, wash basin, and a wooden slatted airing cupboard.

  • 13 - Annexe

    3.83m x 2.97m (11.3 sqm) - 12' 6" x 9' 8" (122 sqft)

    We've concluded the tour of the main house, so now we begin to make our way through the annexe. With two entrances, we'll begin our journey in what we'll call Room 2. Used as a cooking space, the room has work surfaces and cupboards, a stainless steel sink and drainer, plumbing for a washing machine, laminate flooring, a towel radiator and a window that overlooks the rear garden.

  • 14 - Annexe

    5.97m x 3.61m (21.5 sqm) - 19' 7" x 11' 10" (231 sqft)

    A sliding door from Room 2 leads into Room 1 - which is used as a living area. Dual aspect windows allow plenty of natural light in, as well two lights points in the ceiling.

  • 15 - Annexe

    The other side of Room 2 has a door that leads into a large shower room. Complete with mermaid boarded walls, double shower unit, WC, wash basin, heated towel rail, integrated storage, an obscured glass window over looking the garden, and a centre light point.

  • 16 - Annexe

    3.34m x 2.9m (9.6 sqm) - 10' 11" x 9' 6" (104 sqft)

    A central hall section lead to rooms 3 and 4. Starting with Room 3, this is located at the rear of the property. Tasteful dÈcor finishes the room with grey patterned walls and wood effect laminate flooring.

  • 17 - Annexe

    3.35m x 2.9m (9.7 sqm) - 10' 11" x 9' 6" (104 sqft)

    Room 4 is accessible from either side. There's a door from the central hall as well as sliding doors into Room 5. Also to the rear of the property, with a window looking to the rear of the plot.

  • 18 - Annexe

    5.03m x 2.9m (14.5 sqm) - 16' 6" x 9' 6" (157 sqft)

    Room 5 is one of the largest rooms within the annexe - along with Room 1. The room has a window to the front elevation that overlooks the rear garden, and also has its own external door with steps down to the lawn. Currently used as a bedroom, this room would also make an ideal sitting room. A door also leads off into Room 6.

  • 19 - Annexe

    2.77m x 2.19m (6 sqm) - 9' 1" x 7' 2" (65 sqft)

    The final room. Room 6. Essentially used as a store room at present, there is also plumbing, a WC and wash basin in here, which could be elaborated on to make a second shower room. As the room takes on a L-Shape, the WC sits in a recess with a small obscured glass window above that faces the rear garden.

  • 20 - Front Access

    The property is fronted by a carriage style driveway that is tarmac, with a small collection of shrubs and a row conifer separating the two entrances. Flanked by trellis topped fencing, the driveway space is well enclosed on either side, with large double gates to the left into the carport area, and a six foot lockable gate to the right hand side which grants access to the large separate timber built studio.

  • 21 - Garden

    The rear garden is separated out with some low level picket fencing, so we have a couple of areas to go at here. Entering the rear garden from the decked area outside the Studio, you'll initially enter into a concrete sun trap area. Walkways lead up to the annexe, with gates that go into the artificial lawn area. On from there you'll find a separate gravelled shed area behind double gates, as well as access to the carport area on the other side. Fully enclosed with sturdy four inch timber fencing and high brick walls, the garden is completely private an not overlooked at all.

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


Additional Information:
  • SEVEN ROOM ANNEXE AT THE REAR

    This extensive annexe has a good sized cooking area with a door that leads off to a large living area to the right, a door into a good sized shower room to the left, with a passageway/hallway in the centre which leads to a bedroom on the right, and another bedroom to the left. Continuing through, another external door and internal door goes into what is used as the main bedroom, with a WC/store room off it. The rooms are very versatile, so you can arrange your living in a number of different ways to suit your requirements.

  • SUBSTANTIAL THREE/FOUR BEDROOM HOUSE

    The main house is currently used as a four bedroom property, with three beds upstairs along with a large bathroom and second WC, with the fourth bedroom downstairs at the rear - which could alternatively serve as another reception room.

  • BEAUTIFUL VIEWS IN A SEMI-RURAL LOCATION

    The property sits upon the A16 that locally links Boston to Spilsby, and the thread of villages in between. To the front, rear and side, Pride Cottage enjoys far reaching rural views across fields that are worked by our local crop farmers. A taste of true Lincolnshire indeed!

  • EXCELLENT PARKING

    The house boasts a carriage style driveway which is a touch of class at the front. Not only does this driveway offer parking for five vehicles quite comfortably, but there is also a covered area to the left side of the property which is raised quite high, so it's ideal storage for a caravan, motorhome or any oversized vehicle. This is area is gated off from the front and has a partition from the rear garden too, so it keeps this parking area exclusive, safe and private.

  • Council Tax:

    Band B


  • So there we have it. A truly unique home with huge potential and scope to be reconfigured and made your own. Arrange your private accompanied viewing now, so you can see for yourself if Pride Cottage is the exciting move you've been waiting for!

    Summary

    Additional Information:

    • Council Tax: Band B