Take a look at this contemporary home with FIVE en-suite bathrooms!
If rustic properties are not on your ideal home bucket list, then perhaps this modern property will appeal with its living kitchen and five en-suite bathrooms. Set on the fringes of Louth town, this detached home dating to around 2008, is positioned well back from the lane within tree-lined grounds. Boasting no less than five bedrooms, it’s certainly spacious with three floors of accommodation and has been designed to be ultra-efficient. Taking a closer look inside, we start with the T-shaped hallway which is spacious with angled walls to the side wing and staircases with painted, pillared balustrades leading to the basement and first floors. The lounge features a wide, remote-control, gas fire and large windows on each side elevation from floor level; with tilting opening sections. The dining room or sitting room has plenty of scope to be an additional reception room, with a feature flueless, wall-mounted gas fire.
The showpiece room has to be the living kitchen with its wide, angled bay and bi-folding doors which lead onto the patio and garden. The open-plan room is fitted in the latest style with high gloss units finished in “cappuccino and cream”, together with granite work surfaces and island unit extending to form an L-shaped dining bar. Versatile cooking facilities include an oil-fired Rayburn cooking range finished in green enamel and further appliances comprising; two-plate ceramic hob, integrated refrigerator, warming drawer, dishwasher and microwave oven. Modern concealed downlighting under the wall units adds to the overall look of the room, whilst a connecting door reveals a larder – with additional base cupboard units and work surfaces.
Access to the basement level reveals a fabulous annexe space – suited to teenagers or other relatives. Here you will find a games/snooker room or additional living room, which is spacious and has a feature flueless gas fire of oval design, ceiling spotlighting, smoke alarm and French door with glazed side panel from floor level to the sunken block-paved patio area outside. The laundry/utility room includes fitted units and space with plumbing for washing machine and a condensing dryer. The windows of this Lincolnshire property are uPVC framed and double-glazed, with many extending upwards from floor level – with tilt or tilt and turn opening sections.
Two of the five bedrooms, which all have TV sockets, can also be found on the basement level. Bedroom four has a coved ceiling, French door onto the sunken patio and a range of built-in bedroom furniture with a birch finish. The en-suite shower room houses a contemporary suite comprising; square-line pedestal wash hand basin with cupboard beneath, low-level, dual-flush WC and wide glazed and marine boarded shower cubicle with mixer unit, fixed drench head, handset and side nozzles. Additional details include a recess to the ceiling with spotlights, a sensor LED wall mirror and heated towel rail. The fifth bedroom is a double room and also has a French door to the sunken patio, along with an en-suite dressing room with wall shelves, spotlight, shoe rack, clothes rails and storage compartments. The en-suite bathroom includes a white suite of whirlpool bath and vanity wash hand basin set into base units extending across to conceal the cistern to the WC.
Moving up to the first floor, the landing area is large enough to incorporate a study area, whilst a door here gives access to a large under-eaves storage space, which is boarded and has electric lighting. Taking a peek at the master bedroom – the principal bedroom has a part-sloping ceiling, skylight window, two radiators and French doors onto the balcony with a balustrade overlooking the main garden. The en-suite bathroom suite comprises a designer double-ended shaped bath, vanity wash hand basin set into base cupboard, elegant shaped dual-flush, low-level WC and a Saninova Maax steam and shower cubicle with multiple nozzles, handset, built-in speakers, seating and shaped glazed screens and doors. The en-suite dressing room is fitted with shelving, storage compartments, clothes rails, radiator and a skylight window.
Rooms feature contemporary white four-panel interior doors and digital controllers for the zoned underfloor heating. Bedroom 2 is also a double room of unusual shape, with a skylight window to the part-sloping ceiling, recess and built-in range of double and corner wardrobes. The en-suite here is a white suite comprising; feature roll-edge slipper bath set on chrome ball and claw feet, with shower handset to the mixer tap, shaped pedestal wash hand basin and low-level, dual-flush WC. The third bedroom is L-shaped with a part-sloping ceiling and inset dormer window, whilst the en-suite shower room has a white suite comprising; white square-line vanity wash hand basin set into a gloss finish base cupboard, low-level, dual-flush WC and wide shower cubicle fitted as the basement shower room with spotlighting.
Taking a peek outside, the property is approached over a long gravel driveway, partly shared with a neighbouring property, before opening out to form a good sized parking and turning area. Adjoining the driveway is a feature rockery border with pebbles and a variety of plants and architectural shrubs. Slab-paved pathways lead along the front of the house and around the side, shaped to form a ramp up to the main entrance and illuminated by three pillar lights around the house. There is an easy maintenance gravel garden area to the side, with fencing to the boundary and garden area to the rear, with inset herbs and ornamental plants and a brick-built, raised quadrant bed with side walls.
The main garden area benefits from both the afternoon and evening sun and is laid to lawn, with a step up to a large shaped patio and paved sitting area with substantial pergola. Here there is an attractive variety of established ornamental trees, shrubs and bushes set into borders. At the side of the house, steps with galvanized balustrade lead down to the sunken block-paved patio adjoining the basement level with wall lights and external switch. A detached garage has been constructed and rendered to complement the house, with a mono-pitched tiled roof, up and over door, rear pedestrian door, electric light and power points.
Stewton Lane, Louth £549,995
Number of bedrooms: 5
Garden: lawn, rockery and patio
USP: 5 en-suite bathrooms
Selling agent: Masons Estate Agents