- Substantial detached 1930's house in popular village location
- In need of significant scheme of refurbishment/update
- Two reception rooms, conservatory
- Kitchen, utility
- Two double and one single bedrooms, family bathroom + separate WC
- Long tree lined driveway
- Gardens to front and rear in need of scheme of landscaping
- Gas central heating. EPC: E
- West Lindsey District Council - Tax band: E
NO ONWARD CHAIN! An appealing detached family home, dating from around 1939, pleasantly located on the southern country fringe of the popular village of Sudbrooke on Wragby Road, with many high quality individual residences set in very large grounds. Still exhibiting some considerable 1930’s charm and character, having retained a lot of original eye catching interior and exterior period detailing. the house requires a very comprehensive scheme of modernisation and refurbishment in order to bring it up to modern standards. The main accommodation extends to in the region of GIFA 1,500 ft2 / 139 m2 and comprises; Ground Floor Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Garden Room, a small Kitchen with Pantry, Rear Entrance Lobby and Utility/Laundry Room; First Floor Landing, Bathroom and three Bedrooms.
The grounds extend to in the region of 0.9 of an acre (sts) and offer the space needed to significantly extend and redevelop the accommodation if required, at present deeply wooded. The grounds will require an extensive re-landscaping scheme in order to cut back on decades of over growth. There are number of redundant outbuildings within the grounds.
The village of Sudbrooke is only a three mile drive away from the eastern suburbs of the historic City of Lincoln with its wonderful cathedral, its excellent range of shopping and social facilities and the ever expanding Lincoln University.