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For Sale

£300,000 Offers Over

3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow For Sale

Hall Lane, Stickney, Boston, Lincolnshire, PE22


Key Features




Welcome to Manzel! A deceptively spacious bungalow, that has been renovated and refurbished to an excellent standard through-out by the current owners. Boasting a large, private, enclosed corner plot - the property sits at the quiet junction for West Fen Road, approximately half a mile down the road from Stickney Church of England Primary School. A lengthy driveway curves around to the corner of the bungalow, splitting off to a large and wide timber garage. A broad and deep lawn spreads across the front of the property, separated from the path and roadside by a low-level hedge, with new fencing and further hedgerow separating off the large side, and rear garden.

Accessible via two uPVC porches at the front and rear, this fantastic home offers a superb and spacious accommodation. A centre hallway has doors that lead off to three double bedrooms, a large lounge, a separate dining room, an office/fourth bedroom, the main bathroom, and a spacious family kitchen. The kitchen then leads onto the large rear porch, which also provides access to the utility room and a further WC. Spacious, flexible and extremely well finished throughout, this large, modern, family bungalow is the epitome of 'turn key'.

The Village of Stickney continuously proves to be an extremely popular place to live. Straddling the A16, it's a small but very well serviced village that has: a reputable doctors surgery, a great locally owned village shop, primary school, secondary school, village hall, a fish and chip shop, as well as many other long standing local business for motor vehicle maintenance & sales, hair & beauty, and pet groomers.

Slightly further afield, Stickney is very well placed for easy access to a number of very popular attractions and points of interest, including: ARK Wildlife & Dinosaur Park, Lincolnshire Wildlife Park & Parrot Zoo, Bolingbroke Castle, Tattershall Castle, East Kirkby Airfield, Batemans Brewery, as well as the historical Market Towns of Boston and Spilsby, Horncastle, and the seaside town of Skegness.


This home includes:
  • 1 - Entrance Porch

    We begin our tour of this wonderful home at the entrance porch at the front/side of the property. uPVC construction, the room is naturally well lit, has a tile floor, and a secondary door that leads to the hallway.

  • 2 - Entrance Hall

    8.3m x 1.04m - 27'3" x 3'5"
    The 8 metre long entrance hall is spot-lit all the way down, is of an L-Shape configuration, and has doors that lead off to the office, bedrooms, lounge, dining room, bathroom and kitchen.

  • 3 - Lounge

    5.74m x 3.3m - 18'10" x 10'10"
    The spacious lounge has three windows that overlook the front and side of the property, offering ample natural light. Spotlights are positioned around the edges of the ceiling, with an LED feature light point to the centre of the room too, offering balance and brightness in this contemporary space. The room has a fairly broad chimney breast at the end, with a log burner fitted within it.

  • 4 - Dining Room

    3.4m x 3.3m - 11'2" x 10'10"
    The dining room also has dual aspect windows, again to the front and side of the property, has a hardwood flooring, and it's own log burner set within the chimney breast.

  • 5 - Kitchen

    4.1m x 3.02m - 13'5" x 9'11"
    The kitchen has been fitted with traditional shaker-style units, painted a solid eggshell white which balances the farmhouse look with the overall modern feel of the home. Finished with dark high gloss work surfaces with a black composite sink and drainer, and a high gloss marble effect flooring - the dark and light compliment and contrast each other beautifully. Again, the room is well lit with fitted spotlights, with a door that leads off to the rear porch, utility room and WC.

  • 6 - Bedroom

    4.2m x 3.15m - 13'9" x 10'4"
    The master bedroom overlooks the rear of the home, and has a recessed entrance area that you pass through before opening out into the room. The room is generous in size, and is fairly well squared off if you don't account for the recess. As per the theme so far, the room has spotlights in the ceiling that light a bright and airy feeling room. The mid to light grey emulsion contrasts the pastel blue feature wall, bringing a naturally tranquil feel to the main sleep-zone.

  • 7 - Bedroom

    3.4m x 3m - 11'2" x 9'10"
    Bedroom 2 is next down the hall, and has a window that overlooks the rear of the home. Fitted with plush carpet, the room is also fitted with a hanging light point.

  • 8 - Bedroom

    3.4m x 3.05m - 11'2" x 10'0"
    The third bedroom is next door, and is an exact blueprint of bedroom two. The only difference being; the choice of decoration, with a vibrant mulberry feature wall opposite a calming pastel pink.

  • 9 - Bathroom

    2.13m x 1.8m - 6'12" x 5'11"
    The main bathroom is fully tiled with large grey tiles, and has a bath with a shower fitted above, a WC and wash basin. The room has a window to the side elevation, is spot lit, and also has an integrated cupboard.

  • 10 - Office

    2.67m x 2.11m - 8'9" x 6'11"
    The office area could quite easily count as a fourth bedroom, as it is big enough to comfortably house a single bed. Used more practically as a home office, the room has two desks and two swizzle chairs in, with space to work and think, too. The window overlooks the side elevation, finished with spotlights.

  • 11 - Utility Room

    1.85m x 1.27m - 6'1" x 4'2"
    The utility room is adjacent to the kitchen, accessible via the rear porch, and serves as an excellent extension for your laundry needs. It de-clutters the kitchen, and offers the perfect space for washer, dryer, and some extra storage space.

  • 12 - WC

    The additional WC does exactly what it says on the tin. Conveniently located as you enter the rear porch, there's a small window offering some natural light from the rear elevation, and is finished with modern facilities.

  • 13 - Rear Porch

    3.4m x 1.4m - 11'2" x 4'7"
    We conclude our tour of the inside of the bungalow with the rear porch. The uPVC construction means the area is well lit and offers a lovely visibility into the rear garden. The tiled flooring means it's easily maintained and the perfect little area for kicking shoes off before coming inside. Doors lead off to the WC, Utility and Kitchen.

  • 14 - Garage

    5.49m x 3.6m - 18'0" x 11'10"
    The recently built garage is of a timber construction with a concrete plinth, and is plenty big enough for actually storing a vehicle in. A two seater coupe currently resides with ample room for opening both doors, which is a refreshing change to either having to squeeze out, or not use for a car at all. There's a window to the side elevation that overlooks the side garden, as well as a rear personnel door.

  • 15 - Garden

    The gardens and ground spread to approximately 0.2 acres, and have been separated into different areas. The driveway leads to the double doored garage, and the large and wide front lawn. A 6ft feather board fence has been erected to form a great sized side garden, which has a hedgerow that runs alongside West Fen Road. The garage slots back into this side garden but does not impose - this fully enclosed large area of lawn is the ideal area for large gatherings and get togethers, for children to play and pets to roam free. The pathway from front to rear is where the Daikin Air Source Heat Pump is installed that provides heating to the home. The rear area is mainly patio, and is also enclosed with tall hedges and fencing, offering excellent privacy all round.

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