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3 Bedroom Terraced House Sold STC

Grange Cottages, Barrowby, Grantham NG32 1DL

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Key Features

  • Family Sized Character Cottage
  • Two Reception Rooms, one with Multi Fuel Stove
  • Three Double Bedrooms, Two with Storage
  • Large Rear Garden with Vegetable Patch
  • Workshop & Parking for Two Vehicles
  • Very Popular Village with Amenities
  • Excellent Commuter Links
  • Grade II Listed

Description

Grade II Listed, pretty stone built extended mid terraced cottage in popular Barrowby village. With three double bedrooms, two receptions, a large garden and parking, it's got it all. If you crave character, facilities and easy access to London Kings Cross, here it is!

This characterful, double fronted, mid terraced cottage is full of charm. It has two generous reception rooms, one with multi-fuel stove, a downstairs WC, an inner hall with storage, and a breakfast room open to a galley kitchen with integrated appliances. Upstairs are three good double bedrooms, two with built in storage, and a generous family bathroom.

A gated front garden provides curb appeal but the main event is to the rear where there is a private courtyard with stone built workshop and a garden path leading to a driveway which will accommodate two vehicles. Beyond is an enormous rear garden with greenhouse, pond and vegetable patch plus oodles of lovely lawn and mature trees. What a find!

Circa 1820, this lovely home sits on approximately quarter of an acre, has thick walls with deep window sills, single glazing, beamed ceilings and some original doors. The kitchen/breakfast room is an extension to the original cottage and there is some work required to replace the bathroom and upgrade the carpets. This is however, spacious living in a highly popular village and will make someone an amazing family home.

Barrowby is a hugely popular village located on the outskirts of the Vale of Belvoir with its pretty villages, canal side and country walks and lovely dining pubs. Minutes from the centre of Grantham with its Grammar School system, main line links to Kings Cross and within easy access of the A1 trunk road, this village offers everything you need. Shop, Pub, Post office, Outstanding Primary School, Church, Village Hall, Children's play park, Football Field and popular Bistro are all within easy walking distance. Nearby Grantham is a market town which offers all the usual amenities including a popular Saturday market. Nottingham, Lincoln, Newark, Stamford and Peterborough are all within easy reach, and its only 90 minutes to the East Coast for a day at the seaside.

This home includes:
  • 01 - Sitting Room

    4.7m x 3.38m (15.8 sqm) - 15' 5" x 11' 1" (170 sqft)

    Step through the front door into a cosy but sizeable sitting room with fireplace and multi-fuel stove. Dual aspect, the thick walls cocoon you, smooth plaster contrasting with heavy beams to give a warm feel. It has decent ceiling height too.

  • 02 - Inner Hall

    With quarry tiled floor and beamed ceiling, the inner hall has a cupboard under the stairs ideal for the hoover and ironing board. A back door opens into the rear courtyard.

  • 03 - Dining Room

    3.84m x 3.02m (11.5 sqm) - 12' 7" x 9' 10" (124 sqft)

    Adjacent to the sitting room, this additional reception room with beamed ceiling and outlook over Low Road can be anything you like. Formal dining room - tick!, children's playroom - tick! Teenagers chill out zone - tick! You decide!

  • 04 - WC

    The ever useful downstairs facility, this one has a quarry tiled floor and low level WC with pine seat. The smooth plaster walls are wonky as one would expect in a lovely old building like this.

  • 05 - Breakfast Room

    3.13m x 3.24m (10.1 sqm) - 10' 3" x 10' 7" (109 sqft)

    A large opening between breakfast area and kitchen puts this into kitchen/diner territory. With quarry tiled floor & plenty of space there's room here for a table and chairs, fridge/freezer, shelving and more, plus deep window sill onto which you can place the pot plants and favourite photos.

  • 06 - Kitchen

    4.26m x 1.46m (6.2 sqm) - 13' 11" x 4' 9" (66 sqft)

    The galley kitchen is open to the breakfast room so it feels part of a larger space. Stone wall tiles in earthen hues capture the period feel and the laminate worktops hover over solid oak fronts amid spaces for washing machine and dishwasher. Integrated appliances include eye level electric oven and electric hob. A window squats in those deep walls allowing the light to flood in.

  • 07 - Landing

    A kite staircase with stairlift rises from the breakfast room up to the landing. There is a window at the top overlooking the courtyard and plentiful space to position an occasional chair or bookcase. There is a loft hatch in the ceiling.

  • 08 - Bedroom 1

    4.93m x 3.22m (15.8 sqm) - 16' 2" x 10' 6" (170 sqft)

    The principal bedroom is dual aspect with a built in double wardrobe giving plentiful storage. Situated above the sitting room, this is a generous room with lots of space for double bed and additional furniture.

  • 09 - Bedroom 2

    3.12m x 3.21m (10 sqm) - 10' 2" x 10' 6" (107 sqft)

    Sitting above the rear extension, this double bedroom is also spacious. It has a window in the side elevation giving a pleasant view over the rear courtyard. The central heating boiler is in a cupboard in the corner.

  • 10 - Bedroom 3

    3.57m x 2.49m (8.8 sqm) - 11' 8" x 8' 2" (95 sqft)

    The third double bedroom overlooks Low Road. It has a built in storage cupboard and plenty more room for wardrobes and other bedroom furniture.

  • 11 - Bathroom

    2.7m x 1.98m (5.3 sqm) - 8' 10" x 6' 5" (57 sqft)

    In need of refurbishment, this generous bathroom has a cubicle with mains fed shower, a panelled bath with period style hand held shower attachment, a tiled plinth with inset basin and a low level WC. An airing cupboard handles the linen and a white heated towel rail keeps things warm.

  • 12 - Workshop

    3.86m x 2.88m (11.1 sqm) - 12' 7" x 9' 5" (119 sqft)

    The stone built workshop with pantile roof is a great space for storage. With windows at either end there's a courtesy door from the rear and double doors which open to the drive. It has light, power and plumbing.

  • 13 - Garden

    A stone retaining wall and garden gate dresses the front elevation and there's a pretty rear courtyard with footpath to the drive. The star of the show however is the enormous west-facing rear garden, a mecca for the green fingered. With expansive lawn, well stocked borders, mature trees, vegetable patch, greenhouse and ornamental pond, there's something here for everyone.

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


Additional Information:
  • Council Tax:

    Band C

  • Service Included:

    Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage


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    Summary

    Additional Information:

    • Council Tax: Band C