Guide price £399,950
Lincoln - 6.5 miles (Direct daily trains to Kings Cross) A1 (Markham Moor) - 12 miles
Situated on this sought after street in the popular village of Saxilby, Trafalgar Villa is beautifully presented four bedroom Edwardian semi-detached family home which has been designed to highest of standards by the current owners with an array of original and contemporary fixtures and fittings. Believed to date back to 1904, the property provides light, spacious and versatile living accommodation with bespoke 34' open plan kitchen/diner/garden room and 28' living room with features including high ceilings, original fireplaces and tessellated tiled flooring.
The accommodation comprises entrance hall, living room, reception room, bespoke 34' kitchen and WC to the ground floor with four bedrooms and family bathroom to the first floor.
Outside are well-presented and enclosed gardens to the rear with paved terrace area and large detached garage and office/music room which is currently used as a craft studio with small garden area to the front and a large gravelled driveway providing ample parking to the side.
Entrance via ornate glazed solid wood door with covered porch. With tessellated tiled flooring, ornate arched walls and
radiator. Stairs rising to first floor landing with under stairs storage.
Obscure glazed window to rear elevation. Comprising low level WC, wash hand basin with mixer tap, and tessellated
Box bay window with shutters to front elevation with window to side elevation. Feature fireplace with ornate surround,
marble hearth, ornate cornicing and wood effect flooring. Radiator.
Box bay window with working shutters to front elevation. Open plan with feature open fireplace with log burning stove
and flue set to slate hearth with wooden mantle, ornate cornicing, built-in cupboard, alcove and two radiators.
UPVC French doors leading to gardens, uPVC door leading to side and glazed windows to side elevation. Bespoke kitchen
comprising a range of wall and base units with soft close drawers, solid wood worktops, Carron twin ceramic sink with
mixer tap, Beko range cooker with six ring gas burner and wok with two ovens, grill and warming drawer with extractor
over, space for large fridge, space and plumbing for washing machine/dryer/dishwasher, wall mounted Ideal boiler unit in
fitted cupboard, wood effect flooring and three radiators with utility area.
Glazed window to rear elevation.
Glazed windows with fitted blinds to front elevation. With ornate cast iron fireplace and radiator.
Glazed window with fitted blind to front elevation. Radiator.
Glazed windows with fitted blinds to front elevation. With ornate cast iron fireplace, built-in cupboard and radiator.
With built-in airing cupboard and ornate skylight. Leading to:
Obscure glazed window with fitted blind to side elevation. Part tiled comprising shower cubicle, bath, low level WC,
wash hand basin with mixer tap, chrome heated towel rail and radiator.
Glazed window with fitted blind to side elevation. Radiator.
Trafalgar Villa is approached from Church Road via a large gravelled driveway which provides ample parking for several
vehicles. To the front, there is walled garden which is principally laid to lawn with pathway leading to the front door.
To the rear, there is a good sized private landscaped garden with paved terrace area, ideal for summer entertaining with
gated access and part fenced/walled boundaries with an array of planted beds and borders, specimen tree and useful shed
with a detached garage with music room/office area which is sound proofed and currently used as a craft studio to the rear.
The property is in Band D.
Saxilby is a popular village with village store, Co-op, two public houses, two doctors surgeries, library and primary school with
recreational and play areas with sporting facilities including football pitches and tennis courts and also has its own train
station with trains to Lincoln and Doncaster served by Northern Rail and provides excellent bus routes to Lincoln.
The University City of Lincoln lies within easy commuting distance of Saxilby and offers an array of amenities and leisure
facilities including the historic Lincoln Cathedral and uphill quarter with Lincoln Castle, The Bailgate, Usher Art Gallery
and Steep Hill and also provides an array of excellent choice of shops, restaurants, public houses and leisure activities.
There is excellent local schooling including the Queen Elizabeth Grammar School at Gainsborough, the highly regarded Lincoln Minster School at Lincoln and secondary schooling (please contact agent for more information) and for
access further afield, the village lies close to the A57 with commuting west to the A1 and Sheffield, whilst also offering
easy travelling south to Newark with its main line rail link to London Kings Cross (from approximately 1 hour 20 minutes)
as well as access onto the A1.
Please note that prior to acceptance of any offer, JHWalter are required to verify the identity of the buyer to comply with the
requirements of the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations
2017. Further, when a property is for sale by tender, an ID check must be carried out before a tender can be submitted.
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