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£145,000

2 Bedroom Semi-Detached House Sold STC

Tower Street, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21

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Key Features

  • WELL PRESENTED THROUGH-OUT
  • DRESSING ROOM/NURSERY AND EN-SUITE TO MASTER BEDROOM
  • DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS
  • PRIVATE SOUTH FACING GARDEN
  • CLOSE TO TOWN CENTRE AND AMENITIES
  • TWO GOOD SIZED RECEPTION ROOMS
  • CLOSE PROXIMITY OF TRAIN STATION AND SUPERMARKETS
  • QUAINT AND QUIET VICTORIAN STREET BY THE RIVER

Description

DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS SEMI DETACHED HOUSE WITH TWO LARGE BEDROOMS, DRESSING ROOM WITH EN-SUITE, TWO RECEPTION ROOMS, FAMILY BATHROOM AND PRIVATE GARDEN...


Welcome to Tower Street - A quiet street that approaches the west bank of the River Witham, just a few minutes walk into the historic Market Place of Boston town centre.

The property we present for you here has been loved and tended to by the current owners for almost a decade. Well maintained, clean and tidy throughout, the home has been upgraded and fitted with some quality fixtures and fittings which makes family life easy here. We believe this pleasant and characterful home will appeal to a broad spectrum of buyers - first timers looking for the ideal step onto the ladder, a home mover looking for more space, an investor looking for a solid and attractive rental property, you'll all want to tread these floors to see if it's the one for you.

As centrally located as Tower Street is, it's almost an untouched gem meaning it's almost strangely peaceful and quiet. The restricted height bridge you pass below at Irby Street junction puts a dampener on a lot of potential traffic,  meaning the only reason to venture down Tower Street, is if you're going to Tower Street. The area has a fantastic range of amenities within immediate proximity - with the train station a moments walk away, the Asda Superstore, Aldi, Farmfoods, McDonalds, Currys PC World and Pets at Home all just around the corner.

A short walk across the Witham via the footbridge, and past the stunning 16th Century Church Keys pub, and you'll find yourself in the heart of town with its broad retail offering, as well as entertainment venues, cinema, cafes and restaurants.

Lets take a tour around what we're here for shall we? We'll guide you through room by room - give us a call or pop us an email if you're interested in having a look around, viewing is strongly advised at this absolute tardis!

Rooms

This home includes:
  • 1 - Side Lobby

    1m x 0.9m - 3'3" x 2'11"
    Commensurate to its age, this charming Victorian home begins its journey at the side of the property. Halfway down the passageway to the rear garden, you'll find the uPVC entrance door, leading into a small area, inside which, leads to the lounge of the left, staircase straight ahead and the dining room to the right.

  • 2 - Lounge

    4.7m x 3.8m - 15'5" x 12'6"
    The lounge is situated at the front of the home. Hidden from view on the outside by two short but broad conifers, this living space benefits from a good sized bay window, as well as recesses either side of the large chimney breast in the room. Sympathetic to its age, the property is fronted by large uPVC double glazed sash windows. Within the lounge itself it has a dado rail, leading up to coving, a textured ceiling, and an ornate ceiling rose with the centre light point within.

  • 3 - Dining Room

    4.5m x 3.7m - 14'9" x 12'2"
    Across to the middle/rear of the home, beyond the other side of the entrance area, we find the popular family and dining area. Open plan to the kitchen, this area well lit with light coming down from the kitchen window, the glazing in the door to the rear garden, and the rooms own window. As with the lounge, and again, commensurate to its age, this second reception features a chimney breast where there once existed a fire. A cute little reading corner has been fashioned out of the under-stair area in the corner of the room too which we thought looked incredibly sweet, and such a great use of that small space.

  • 4 - Kitchen

    4.3m x 2.2m - 14'1" x 7'3"
    As we move almost seamlessly into the kitchen from the dining room, the area is well lit from the rear door into the home, as well as the side elevation window that overlooks the courtyard garden. The galley style kitchen offers a plenty of work surface space either side of the room, with an additional breakfast bar area that almost acts like a partial barrier, and sections the dining room off. The room is very well equipped with a stainless steel sink and drainer, gas hob and electric oven, extractor far, space for a washing machine, and a two year old Worcester Bosch combi boiler. Laid with an easily maintained laminated floor and illuminated by a broad spread of spot lights - this room is complex yet simple, compact yet spacious, and an overall joy with a great flow and functionality to it.

  • 5 - Shower Room

    1.98m x 1.61m - 6'6" x 5'3"
    Towards the rear of the home, and through an archway from the kitchen, you'll come across the shower room.The room is tastefully decorated, with a contrasting colours on the walls as they split halfway up with stylish wooden panelling.The room is functioning with a single shower cubicle, WC, wash basin, and extractor fan. Lit via a side elevation window with spotlights set within the ceiling.

  • 6 - Bedroom

    3.6m x 3.4m - 11'10" x 11'2"
    We've come upstairs now, and begin our tour of the first floor in the bedroom that's at the front of the property.Modular and generous in size, the room also benefits from an integrated wardrobe that floats above the stairwell and entrance to the property below.

  • 7 - Bedroom

    3.6m x 3.6m - 11'10" x 11'10"
    Across the stairway to the next bedroom, we're now effectively above the dining room, so the centre of the home. Marginally bigger than the first bedroom, this room has a window that peers down into the courtyard garden below, with a step down into the dressing room, which leads on to the ensuite bathroom.

  • 8 - Dressing Room

    2.3m x 2.2m - 7'7" x 7'3"
    Drop down a step, and we're in a room that really has a range of uses. Technically, this cannot be considered a bedroom as it doesn't have it's own access door, you travel via the other bedroom to get to it, but, it could work as a small single room if the dynamics of your family allowed it.Currently a dressing room, this could also quite happily function as a nursery, a hobby room, an office/study, a media room or library room.There is a window to the side aspect, so natural light is generous in here. On the opposite wall to the bedroom door, you'll find access to the ensuite bathroom.

  • 9 - Ensuite Bathroom

    2.6m x 2.2m - 8'6" x 7'3"
    The ensuite bathroom is relatively modern. It's compact but offers enough space for what its intended use is. A corner bath with shower head fitted above resides here, along with a WC, wash basin and extractor fan. Three walls are fully tiled, with the entrance door wall finished with a soft blue emulsion.

  • 10 - Garden

    We conclude our tour in the private and secluded courtyard garden. The pathway down to the rear of the home is privatised with a lockable six foot gate, and the perimeter is well established with fencing and high walls to all sides. The garden is a degree or two off of true south - which offers fantastic full day sunshine as it creeps high in the sky left to right. There are a couple of different areas for patio furniture, a swing sofa, perhaps a small bistro table and chairs, with a water point fitted on the external wall also for watering the array of potted plants and flowers that could bring colour to this area. Step onto the pink and beige chequered patio zone and look over to the right and you'll see the stunning tower of the Boston Stump gazing down, into this most wonderful and character filled home and garden. It simply must be viewed in person to appreciate - we'd never tire of observing such an imposing and historic structure, literally from the back garden.

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

Summary

Additional Information:

  • Council Tax: Band A