The Coach House, Market Place, Tattershall, Lincoln, LN4 4LG

£345,000

Overview

A delightful period home located just off the Market Place in Tattershall. This character property is believed to date from the 1800's and stands within mature grounds of about 3/4 acre. The versatile living accommodation is arranged over two floors. On the ground floor there is an entrance hall, cloakroom, a sitting room and a separate dining room, both with fireplaces, a modern fitted kitchen which opens directly into the garden room and forms an excellent all day living area, and a family room/study.Upstairs there are four bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom and a family bathroom with shower. The property has a gas fired radiator heating system and UPVC double glazing.

From the property there are views towards Tattershall Castle and the church. Within the gardens there is ample parking, a detached double garage, a covered outside entertaining area off the garden room and sitting room, formal lawns, a large pond and a variety of established fruit trees.

Viewing is highly recommended.

ENTRANCE HALL

Entered via the front door, stairs rise to the first floor accommodation with cupboard under, real wood flooring, radiator, doors to the cloakroom, family room/study and the dining room.

CLOAKROOM

Fitted low level WC, wash hand basin, real wood flooring, extractor fan.

FAMILY ROOM/STUDY

3.78m (12' 5") x 3.56m (11' 8")

Two double glazed windows including a bay window, laminate wood flooring, wall mounted radiator. Previously this room has been used as additional bedroom accommodation.

SITTING ROOM

5.38m (17' 8") x 4.39m (14' 5")

Double glazed bay window to the front aspect and double glazed French doors which open onto the covered decking area and which provide an outlook over the gardens, a fireplace with a full height exposed brick chimney with space for a multi fuel stove, recessed spot lights, ceiling beams, radiator.

DINING ROOM

4.17m (13' 8") x 4.01m (13' 2")

Double glazed window to the front aspect, exposed brick chimney breast with multi fuel stove, real wood flooring, ceiling beams, wall mounted radiator.

KITCHEN

4.06m (13' 4") x 4.34m (14' 3")

Fitted with an extensive range of wall and base mounted units including a central island with inset ceramic single drainer sink unit with mixer taps, space and plumbing for American style fridge/freezer, built in microwave, oven & ceramic 5 ring hob with extractor hood over, integrated dishwasher, fully tiled floor with under floor heating, double glazed window to the side aspect, space and plumbing for washing machine, opens directly into the garden room, wall mounted boiler, ceiling beam, recessed spot lights.

GARDEN ROOM

3.56m (11' 8") x 5.66m (18' 7")

Combines with the kitchen to provide an excellent all day living area. With double glazed windows and French doors to the garden, ceramic tiled floor with under floor heating, ceiling light and fan.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

Double glazed window to the front aspect, doors to all first floor rooms.

MASTER BEDROOM

3.58m (11' 9") x 3.76m (12' 4") plus wardrobes

Double glazed windows to the side, front and rear aspects, built in wardrobes, laminate wood flooring, radiator, recessed spot lights, door to the en-suite bathroom.

EN-SUITE BATHROOM

1.60m (5' 3") x 2.84m (9' 4")

Fitted with a white suite comprising a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC, wash hand basin with pedestal, tiled walls, vinyl flooring, radiator.

BEDROOM 2

3.20m (10' 6") x 2.31m (7' 7") widening to 3.43m (11' 3")

Double glazed window to the front aspect. Radiator..

BEDROOM 3

2.67m (8' 9") x 3.12m (10' 3")

Double glazed window to the front aspect. Radiator.

BEDROOM 4

2.26m (7' 5") x 3.23m (10' 7")

Double glazed window to the rear aspect, built in cupboard, radiator.

BATHROOM

3.23m (10' 7") x 1.90m (6' 3")

Fitted with a fully enclosed shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC. wash hand basin with pedestal. Heated towel rail/radiator, wood flooring, tiled walls in contrasting ceramics, Double glazed window to the rear aspect.

OUTSIDE

FRONT APPROACH

The property is set back from the Market Place and is approached by a gravel driveway, A pair of metal gates provide access to the main driveway and the gardens beyond.There is driveway parking for a number of vehicles adjacent to the house and next to the double garage. To complete this area there are timber sheds, a log store plus a hard standing for a green house.

DOUBLE GARAGE

7.32m (24' 0") x 6.10m (20' 0")

Entered through a pair of up and over doors to the front plus additional double glazed door and window to the side aspect. Light and power connected.

MAIN GARDENS

The property stands within grounds of about 3/4 of an acre (STS), these wonderful gardens boast stunning views of Tattershall Castle and the church which borders the Gibson Cut waterway along the southern boundary. The gardens are laid mainly to lawn.There is also a large pond with a variety of fruit trees including damson, pear and apple. The borders are planted with mature trees, ornamental shrubs and flowers, the main area of the gardens are laid to lawn. There is a covered outside entertaining area with doors from the sitting room and garden room from which there is an outlook over the grounds and access onto the garden.

INTERESTING FACTS

The property was originally a coach house which provided stabling for the horses downstairs and for the coachman and his family upstairs. On the western boundary is a property (window painted on end wall) which was in fact the local "off license" where farmers, labourers and ferrymen collected their daily rations. The tapered wall on the building was especially designed to allow horse and carts to deliver to the cellar. The easterly wall boundary was originally part of Brewery Farm. This was the site of the famous Tattershall Brewery, part of which still exists, as does the wharf. Also in this area is the medieval Theological Collegiate College site and remains. this was the local school of the clergy and it is said that a tunnel runs from here to the church. The Gibson Cut was one of the first canals to be created in this part of Lincolnshire and linked Horncastle with the River Witham.

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