About this property
DESCRIPTION A beautifully presented 3 Bedroom Characterful Cottage, full of rustic charm and situated in the heart of the picturesque Wolds Village of Tealby. Good-sized rooms with pretty village views, the Sitting Room has a stunning original Inglenook Fireplace and a host of other unique period features. Set in large beautifully landscaped gardens, the property also has a large 3 bay oak-framed Garage incorporating a Summerhouse and an extensive gravelled driveway plus further outbuildings. Viewing of the property is highly recommended.
Tealby is a village and civil parish in the West Lindsey district of Lincolnshire situated on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds and 3 miles north-east from Market Rasen. The village has two public houses, a school, village shop, a tea room and offers many pleasant walks in the surrounding countryside.
SERVICES Mains electricity, water and drainage are available. Solid fuel heating.
ENTRANCE LOBBY To the front of the property and providing access to the Living room via an original oak latched door.
FAMILY ROOM 13′ 1" x 17′ 8" (4.0m x 5.4m) A stunning reception room with oak floorboards, a feature vaulted ceiling incorporating exposed beams and exposed stone and brickwork . Patio doors to the rear garden and a further stable door to the side courtyard garden. Built in cupboards and dual-aspect double glazed windows incorporating window seats and a radiator.
LIVING ROOM 12′ 9" x 14′ 9" (3.9m x 4.5m) A cosy reception room with full length original oak beamed inglenook fireplace incorporating brick hearth and a multifuel stove. Exposed stone and panelled walls, radiator and dual-aspect windows with open views to the front.
DINING KITCHEN 14′ 1" x 15′ 5" (4.3m x 4.7m) With exposed floorboards, dual-aspect windows to the front and rear having attractive open views. Attractive cream Solid Fuel Rayburn oven which also provides central heating and hot water. Belfast sink built into an oak cabinet.
UTILITY KITCHEN 8′ 6" x 10′ 2" (2.6m x 3.1m) Equipped with a range of cream painted handmade fitted units incorporating hardwood worktops and ceramic sink unit. Integrated dishwasher and halogen hob. Travertine tiled floor and radiator.
SHOWER ROOM 8′ 10" x 5′ 2" (2.7m x 1.6m) With two double glazed windows, travertine tiled floor, large towel radiator and modern suite to comprise WC, wash hand basin and large Shower cubicle.
LEAN TO Newly constructed to a high specification and finished with a travertine tiled floor, plumbing for a washing machine and providing access to the rear garden.
SHOP 17′ 8" x 7′ 10" (5.4m x 2.4m) Originally a Blacksmiths and then a Butcher’s, the shop area has more recently traded selling gifts and local crafts, the premises are suited to a variety of business uses or, alternatively, could be converted into additional living accommodation. The shop has a separate entrance door and sash window to the front with a glazed canopy over.
OFFICE 8′ 10" x 5′ 2" (2.7m x 1.6m) Located to the rear of the shop and providing a connection between the house and the shop. Window to side elevation.
STAIRS TO FIRST FLOOR LANDING A large landing area with exposed oak floorboards, radiator, two double glazed windows and providing access to the bedrooms and the Bathroom.
BEDROOM 1 16′ 8" x 16′ 9" (5.09m x 5.12m) A generously proportioned master bedroom with feature fireplace, wash hand basin, two radiators and double glazed windows having open views to the front.
BEDROOM 2 15′ 1" x 8′ 2" (4.6m x 2.5m) With radiator and double glazed window to the front. Built in cupboard housing the hot water cylinder.
BEDROOM 3 9′ 2" x 9′ 2" (2.8m x 2.8m) With radiator and dual-aspect double glazed windows providing lovely village views.
BATHROOM 8′ 10" x 7′ 2" (2.7m x 2.2m) Fitted with a modern, traditional-style suite comprising WC, wash hand basin and roll top bath with mixer shower and oak panelling. Towel rail radiator and double glazed window to the side elevation.
OUTSIDE A gravelled driveway to the side of the property opens out to a large parking area and provides access to the gardens and a recently built 3 bay oak-framed garage block which incorporates a large summerhouse. In addition there are a number of other useful brick outbuildings. Gardens are a particular feature of this property being private and attractively landscaped, divided into different areas with a wealth of shrubs and trees to include an orchard and fruit/vegetable garden with a timber/glazed greenhouse. The rear garden abuts fields with open views beyond.
GARAGE/SUMMERHOUSE 29′ 6" x 19′ 8" (9m x 6m) The recently constructed 3 bay oak framed garage block is clad in larch and has a clay pantile roof. It comprises an open-fronted car port, a secure garage and the middle bay has been converted to provide a garden room/summerhouse which has been stylishly finished with oak flooring, a mezzanine area and has a WC compartment. There are bi-fold doors which provide access directly from the gardens.
NOTE In order to comply with the Property Misdescriptions Act 1979, we must point out that the vendor is a member of staff at Mundys.