- A Charming Grade II Listed Cottage
- TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- Large Open Plan Lounge Diner
- Feature Stove in Lounge
- Exposed Beams & Stonewalls
- Kitchen with Granite Worktops
- Family Bathroom
- Enclosed Courtyards & Outbuildings
- Sold With No Onward Chain
- Gas Central Heating
Belton Lane Community Primary School (0.4mi.)
Cliffedale Primary School (0.6mi.)
The Priory Ruskin Academy (0.6mi.)
An very well presented and extremely characterful Grade II Listed cottage, that was formerly the gate house to Belton Park, and situated within the conservation villageof Manthorpe. This surprisingly spacious cottage has accommodation that extends to approximately 1,000 square feet with original features throughout including exposed stone walling and beamed ceilings. The accommodation comprises of Entrance Hall, an Open Lounge Diner, Cottage Style Kitchen, Lobby, Bathroom and TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS. Courtyard garden and outbuilding. An early viewing is considered essential to fully appreciate the space, charm and features the property has to offer.
Entrance Hall - Having part glazed timber entrance door and window to the side aspect, radiator, cupboard storage and glazed double doors leading into:
Lounge Diner - 7.70m x 4.65m (25'3" x 15'3") -
Dining Area - Having feature beamed ceiling, diamond leaded window to the front aspect, dado rail, exposed brick walling, door to kitchen and open arch through to:
Living Area - With stairs rising to the first floor, further ceiling beams, attractive brick fireplace with inset wood burning stove and wooden mantel over, diamond leaded window to the front aspect, exposed stone walling and wall lights.
Kitchen - 4.95m x 1.75m (16'3" x 5'9") - In true cottage style with an extensive range of eye and base level units and drawers, inset stainless steel microwave and single electric oven, 4-ring gas hob with extractor over, inset fridge, freezer and dishwasher, granite work surface with inset Belfast sink with mixer tap over, concealed gas fired boiler, tiled flooring, exposed stone walling, ceiling beams and open archway to rear lobby.
Rear Lobby - 1.85m x 1.07m (6'1" x 3'6") - With tiled flooring, exposed stone walling, part glazed timber door to courtyard garden and door to:
Bathroom - With double glazed window to the side aspect, a 3-piece white suite comprising corner bath with mixer tap and electric shower over, wash handbasin inset to vanity unit with latch style cupboards beneath and matching storage cupboard adjacent and a low level WC, radiator, tiled flooring, tiled walls and exposed beams.
First Floor Landing - A galleried landing with feature exposed stone walling, Velux window allowing extra light to cascade down to the living area, ceiling beams, storage cupboard with shelving and doors to:
Bedroom One - 3.71m x 3.43m (12'2" x 11'3") - With diamond leaded window to the front aspect, feature exposed beams, radiator and built-in wardrobes.
Bedroom Two - 4.65m x 4.01m (15'3" x 13'2") - With diamond leaded window to the front aspect, feature exposed beams and radiator.
Outside - The property fronts on to High Road and to one side there is a gravelled footpath leading to the main entrance with timber pedestrian gate through to the rear courtyard with lighting and cold water tap The attractive cottage style courtyard is block paved and also offers a timber SUMMERHOUSE, UTILITY ROOM with plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer and a brick SHED/WORKSHOP with power and lighting.
Services - Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage are connected.
Council Tax - The property is in Council Tax Band C. Annual charges for 2020/2021 - £1,596.27
Directions - From High Street continue on to Watergate following the one way system turning right on to Broad Street and left on to Brook Street. Continue over the traffic lights on to Manthorpe Road, passing the hospital on the left-hand side. As you enter Manthorpe village the property is on the right-hand side and will be indicated by our 'for sale' board. However, for ease of parking, as you enter Manthorpe village take the immediate right turn on the bend on to Low Road.
Manthorpe / Grantham - Parts of the village of Manthorpe are set within a Conservation Area, the village originally having been developed by the Brownlow family in the 1800's, with many cottages built or renovated for use by estate workers employed by Belton House. The village also has St John the Evangelist Church and there is a bus stop closeby with services to both Lincoln and Sleaford. Schools are easily accessible in Grantham, particularly on the Manthorpe estate as well as convenience store. Grantham is approximately 26 miles south of Lincoln and 24 miles east of Nottingham. With its central UK location it is conveniently placed close to the A1 north-south and has main line station offering easy access to London Kings Cross. The town also has excellent schooling, several supermarkets and a Saturday street market.
Agent's Note - Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract. All services and appliances have not and will not be tested.
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