5 Bedroom House for sale in Long Street, Great Gonerby, Grantham
***** PRICE RANGE £500,000 £525,000 *****A fine Grade II Listed late 18th Century Georgian House beautifully restored and providing 5 bedroomed family sized accommodation together with a range of domestic outbuildings which have planning permission for conversion to a garage and annex. There is a secluded rear garden on 2 levels with a retaining wall.The house is built with brick elevations, Lancaster stone and an interlocking tiled roof. The property has been subject to careful and sympathetic restoration over a number of years.Central heating is gas fired with a new boiler recently installed and the property is tastefully decorated throughout. A pair of iron entrance gates provide access t... Read more
***** PRICE RANGE £500,000 £525,000 ***** A fine Grade II Listed late 18th Century Georgian House beautifully restored and providing 5 bedroomed family sized accommodation together with a range of domestic outbuildings which have planning permission for conversion to a garage and annex. There is a secluded rear garden on 2 levels with a retaining wall.
The house is built with brick elevations, Lancaster stone and an interlocking tiled roof. The property has been subject to careful and sympathetic restoration over a number of years.
Central heating is gas fired with a new boiler recently installed and the property is tastefully decorated throughout. A pair of iron entrance gates provide access to the gravelled driveway and the property has a pleasant frontage location on Long Street convenient for local amenities, a primary school and just 2.3 miles from Grantham railway station with regular services to London Kings Cross.
The accommodation provides on the ground floor; a 21' reception hall, cloak room, drawing room with shuttered window, dining room also with shuttered window and hob fireplace, kitchen with dining area, cooking range, granite and mahogany working surfaces. There is an old fashioned pantry with shelving. The fine original staircase with mahogany handrail leads to a first floor landing, master bedroom with en-suite, bedrooms 2 and 3 together with the family bathroom at this floor level. A dog leg staircase continues to the second floor with bedrooms 4 and 5 both heavily beamed and double sized bedrooms.
The range of brick and tile outbuildings comprises; 3 closets, a small garage facility and 3 stables. Planning permission has been granted for conversion to a garage and self contained annex.
The village of Great Gonerby has a sizeable population of over 2,000 people and a good range of local amenities including a Church of England primary school, a charming village public house, post office and social facilities. The village is ideally situated for access to the A1 trunk road and the A52. Newark is approximately 12 miles and Nottingham 20 miles. The LNER mainline railway station at Grantham provides regular services to London Kings Cross with journey times of just over 65 minutes and of course services to the North of England.
The property provides the following accommodation:-
Ground Floor -
Reception Hall - 6.40m x 1.80m (21' x 5'11 ) - Ceramic tiled floor, dado rail, front entrance door with leaded lights and stained glass. Finlock radiator.
Cloak Room - With close coupled WC, basin and radiator.
Drawing Room - 5.08m x 4.78m (16'8 x 15'8 ) - Hob fireplace with polished metal ornate surround. Pine boarded floor, shuttered south facing window, period picture rail, moulded ceiling cornice and centre rose. Finlock radiator.
Dining Room - 4.95m x 3.61m (16'3 x 11'10 ) - South facing shuttered window, hob fireplace with ornate pine surround, pine boarded floor, moulded ceiling cornice, Finlock radiator, connecting door to the dining kitchen.
Dining Area - 4.93m x 4.24m (16'2 x 13'11 ) - With quarry tiled floor, exposed brick chimney breast, wood stove, double glazed window in the rear elevation and open plan with the kitchen area.
Kitchen Area - 5.59m x 5.03m (18'4 x 16'6 ) - With Rayburn gas fired cooking range, base units with granite and mahogany working surfaces, hand made solid dresser unit, sealed unit double glazed unit, quarry tiled floor, Finlock radiator, pan hanger on c chains, Belfast sink and recess with the outside door.
Pantry - With shelving.
Rear Entrance Porch - With built in cupboards, York stone floor.
First Floor - The fine staircase leads to a first floor landing with pine floor.
Bedroom One - 4.93m x 3.81m (16'2 x 12'6 ) - With pine boarded floor, hob type fireplace and radiator.
En-Suite - 2.95m x 2.13m (9'8 x 7' ) - With shower recess, rain shower and glazed door, fully tiled walls, chrome heated towel rail, built in cupboards, low suite WC and tiled floor.
Bedroom Two - 3.84m x 3.76m (12'7 x 12'4 ) - With hob fireplace, pine boarded floor and radiator.
Corridor - With radiator, built in cupboard and access to the roof space.
Bedroom Three - 3.68m x 2.13m (12'1 x 7' ) - With single glazed gable window.
Bathroom - 3.51m x 2.16m (11'6 x 7'1 ) - With claw foot bath, basin, low suite WC, shower cubicle with rain shower, two Velux roof lights, panelled dado and tiled floor. Radiator.
Second Floor - A dog leg staircase with exposed timbers leads to the second floor landing with radiator and old pine doors off.
Bedroom Four - 4.90m x 3.81m (16'1 x 12'6 ) - With heavily beamed ceiling, hob type fireplace and radiator.
Bedroom Five - 4.93m x 3.76m (16'2 x 12'4 ) - With heavily beamed ceiling, hob fireplace and radiator.
Outside - There are a range of brick outbuildings comprising 3 closets, a garage and a range stables.
A pair of double iron entrance gates give access to a gravelled driveway. The attractive small rear garden area is on rising ground and two levels.
Garage - 5.46m x 2.11m (17'11 x 6'11 ) -
Stable One - 5.18m x 4.19m (17' x 13'9 ) - Recently re-roofed, power and light connected.
Stable Two - 4.24m x 3.05m (13'11 x 10' ) - With trough, light and power points.
Stable Three - 4.19m x 2.44m (13'9 x 8' ) - Old trough, electricity and power point connected.
Town And Country Planning - Planning permission is granted for conversion of existing outbuildings to form a double garage and an annex conversion under South Kesteven District Council reference S20/0348 and the permission valid for 3 years is dated 18 May 2020. Copies of the plans and documents may be viewed on the South Kesteven District Council planning website.
Services - Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are all connected to the property.
Tenure - The property is freehold.
Possession - Vacant possession will be given on completion.
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