£495,000

6 bed Country House for sale on The Old Rectory, South Somercotes

Key Features

  • FOUR BEDROOM RECTORY + TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE
  • LARGE GROUNDS OF 3 ACRES STS WITH PADDOCK AND ORCHARD
  • WITH SEPARATE TWO BED COTTAGE AND DOUBLE GARAGE
  • DISUSED COACH HOUSE AND A VARIETY OF OUTBUILDINGS
  • SECLUDED RURAL VILLAGE LOCATION
  • THE COTTAGE IS ALSO FOR SALE INCLUDING AN ACRE STS AND GARAGE FOR £199,950
(FOUR BEDROOM DETACHED HOUSE + TWO BEDROOM COTTAGE)
A substantial country residence located in the heart of the peaceful village of South Somercotes.

The property offers the four double bedroom Old Rectory itself plus a two double bedroom cottage, a double garage, three store sheds, a disused coach house (offering excellent development potential with necessary consents), an orchard, a paddock, a copse (known locally as 'Holt Spinney') all within grounds of 3 acres STS.
Parts of the property date back to the late 1700s with the main Victorian adjunct to the house dated 1887 demonstrating the tremendous charm, character and history The Old Rectory has to offer.
The Rectory also has connections to the adjacent Church of St Peter in the village which was built in the 1200s and boasts an imposing 15th century spire.
The principal features of the Old Rectory are as follows: Four Double Bedrooms, Three large Reception Rooms plus a Study, Two Bathrooms, Oil Fired Central Heating and is Council Tax Band D
The principal features of the Old Rectory Cottage are as follows: Two Double Bedrooms, large Lounge, Breakfast Kitchen, Bathroom, Cloakroom, Oil Fired Central Heating and is Council Tax Band E


Entrance
Half glazed entrance door into

Entrance Porch - 2.07m x 1.83m (6ft 9in x 6ft 0in)
UPVC double glazed entrance porch to dwarf brick wall. Ceramic tiled floor, a courtesy lantern, a cloaks area and half glazed entrance door into

Entrance Hall
Large 'L' shaped entrance hall with a spindle and balustrade staircase to the upper floor. Two central heating radiator, under-stairs cupboard, part glazed door with arched fan light over into the rear porch with a rear door

Cloakroom - 1.93m x 1.82m (6ft 4in x 5ft 12in)
Sash window to the front aspect, a low flush WC, a pedestal wash hand basin and a central heating radiator

Living Room - 6.39m x 4.16m bay into recess (20ft 11in x 13ft 8in)
Sashed bay window to the rear aspect. A central heating radiator, York stone fire surround and hearth to a Aarrow i400 multifuel stove. Heavy timber beams to the ceiling, timber ceiling and wall beams to recess and high level skirting boards

Dining Room - 5.39m x 4.15m (17ft 8in x 13ft 7in)
Sash windows to bay to the rear aspect. Two central heating radiators, picture rail and a serving hatch to the kitchen

Study - 4.29m x 3.67m (14ft 1in x 12ft 0in)
Two sash windows to the front aspect. York stone to the fire surround and hearth with a floor standing living flame coal effect LPG fire. A central heating radiator, coving to the ceiling, dado rail and door to

Office Space - 1.93m x 1.63m (6ft 4in x 5ft 4in)
UPVC double glazed window to the front apsect

Dining Kitchen - 7.33m x 4.00m (24ft 1in x 13ft 1in)
Dual aspect views given via double glazed window to the side aspect and double glazed French style doors to the garden. A comprehensive range of wood fronted wall and base units with contrasting worktops and an inset stainless steel sink unit comprising one and half bowls, a single drainer and antique style mono-mixer tap. Tiling to work areas, an inset four ring induction hob with extractor and light over, a built in double oven and a door to the walk in Larder with a window to the front aspect. Serving hatch to the Dining Room, brick pillars with heavy timber beams to the ceiling leading to the dining area, two double central heating radiators, recessed down-lighting to the ceiling and a door to

Utility Room - 2.24m x 1.77m (7ft 4in x 5ft 10in)
Windows to the front and rear aspect, plumbing for a washing machine and space for tumble dryer

Landing
'T' shaped galleried landing with window to the rear aspect giving views over open countryside across to Louth's St James's church spire and onto the Lincolnshire Wolds. A central heating radiator, access to the loft and a feature arch to

Inner Landing
Window to the front aspect. Cammed ceiling, door to a store room with a window to the front aspect, a central heating radiator and a door to

Linen Room - 1.74m x 1.55m (5ft 9in x 5ft 1in)
Walk-in Linen room with hot water cylinder and shelving

Bedroom One - 5.35m into bay x 4.13m into chimney breast recess (17ft 7in x 13ft 7in)
Bay window with sashes to the rear and side elevation. Two central heating radiators and a range of fitted bedroom furniture

Bedroom Two - 5.24m x 4.15m (17ft 2in x 13ft 7in)
Sashed bay window to the rear aspect, a central heating radiator, coving to the ceiling and built in cupboard

Bedroom Three - 4.27m x 3.68m (14ft 0in x 12ft 1in)
Two sash windows to the front aspect, a central heating radiator and picture rail

Bedroom Four - 4.07m x 3.57m (13ft 4in x 11ft 9in)
Dual aspect views via two sash windows to the rear and side elevation and a central heating radiator

Bathroom - 3.66m x 3.03m (12ft 0in x 9ft 11in)
Window to side aspect. A three piece suite comprising a corner bath with Westminster style shower handset, a close coupled WC and a pedestal wash hand basin. Tiling to half walls, a central heating radiator and towel rail and a shaver point

Shower Room - 2.74m x 2.04m (8ft 12in x 6ft 8in)
UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect. A three piece suite comprising a walk in shower with glazed door and side panel, a close coupled WC and a pedestal wash hand basin. A shaver socket, an electric towel rail and a central heating radiator

Gardens
The extensive gardens are laid predominately to lawns to include a paddock, giving three acres sts in total with a variety of trees such as birch, ash, oak, sycamore, beech, yew and scots pine. Fencing and hedging to the boundaries, the property is arrived at via a winding lane with copse to the entrance gate onto a return driveway with lawned centre isle leading in turn to the double garage, the separate two bedroom cottage and the four bedroom Rectory. To the other side of the main buildings stands a disused coach house, an abundance of trees and space having four lawned garden areas, a gated paddock and orchard with apple trees, gooseberry and blackcurrant bushes. This fantastic property sits on the southern edge of the rural village of South Somercotes benefiting from a peaceful, scenic setting.

Coach House
Potential to develop into separate dwelling, necessary consents required. A detached dwelling with two internal rooms, power and light

Room One - 5.14m x 2.94m (16ft 10in x 9ft 8in)

Room Two - 5.28m x 5.14m (17ft 4in x 16ft 10in)
Both having brick floors and walls with timber ceiling and rooms above under a tiled and pitched roof

Garage - 5.46m x 5.31m (17ft 11in x 17ft 5in)
Attached double garage with an up and over door, windows to two aspects, rear courtesy door, power and light

Paddock
A fenced paddock with a large poly tunnel

Three Store Sheds

THE OLD RECTORY COTTAGE

Entrance
UPVC double glazed entrance door and side panels

Entrance Hall
UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect. Staircase to the upper floor, under-stairs recess and cloaks area

Cloakroom - 1.97m x 1.29m (6ft 6in x 4ft 3in)
UPVC double glazed window to the front aspect. Staircase to the upper floor, under-stairs recess and cloaks area

Living Room - 5.30m x 3.75m (17ft 5in x 12ft 4in)
Dual aspect views provided via UPVC double glazed window to the front and rear elevation. Stone fire surround with York stone hearth and timber mantle to an open fire. Timber beams to the ceiling and a central heating radiator

Kitchen - 3.50m x 3.14m (11ft 6in x 10ft 4in)
UPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect. A range of wall and base units with contrasting worktops and an inset stainless steel sink unit comprising a single bowl, drainer and mono-mixer tap. A central heating radiator, an inset four ring ceramic hob with extractor and light over and a built in double oven. Space for a fridge freezer and plumbing for a washing machine

Landing
Galleried landing with access to the loft

Bedroom One - 5.30m x 3.75m (17ft 5in x 12ft 4in)
Dual aspect views given via UPVC double glazed windows to the front and rear elevation. Fitted bedroom furniture and two central heating radiators.

Bedroom Two - 3.50m x 3.14m (11ft 6in x 10ft 4in)
UPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect, a central heating radiator and fitted bedroom furniture

Wet Room - 2.92m x 1.28m (9ft 7in x 4ft 2in)
Wet room with direct feed shower and side splach screen. Tiling to splash backs, low flush WC and a pedestal wash hand basin. A central heating radiator and cammed ceiling. Door to an airing cupboard.

Stamp Duty Due *

Based on a sale price of £495,000 the total amount of stamp duty payable will be:

£14,750

What is Stamp Duty and how is it calculated?

* This value is based on the standard rate and not applicable to first-time buyers or buy-to-let / second home buyers.


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  • Status: Available
  • Reference: COMPASS1_4925853

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