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Main Road, Dyke, Bourne, PE10

3 bedroom house in Dyke

£325,000 Freehold

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A quite beautiful period property, having undergone a quite striking and sympathetic refurbishment, full of interest and style. Superbly located within the village of Dyke on the outskirts of Bourne. A true labour of love by the current owner and you feel it as you meander round, sold with no chain

A quite beautiful period property, having undergone a quite striking and sympathetic refurbishment, full of interest and style. Superbly located within the village of Dyke on the outskirts of Bourne. A true labour of love by the current owner and you feel it as you meander round, sold with the advantage of no upward chain

Set behind a low brick wall with cast hand gate and up the garden path, with entrance door through to;

ENTRANCE HALL
A warm reception greets you, an original mosaic tiled floor, balustrade stairs to the first floor accommodation, handy under stair storage, original wood panelling, radiator and power point

SITTING ROOM
13’9 x 10’9 a comfortable space to relax with UPVC sash window to the front aspect, stripped wood floor and original skirting boards, reclaimed brick fireplace with cast wood burner inset, vertical radiator, TV point and power points

KITCHEN/DAY ROOM
Kitchen area 16’3 x 6’8 opening through to the day room 13’9 x 10’10 a wonderful place for everyone to gather and socialise, reconfigured to maximise this stunning space, sympathetic to the original fabric of the building yet with a lovely refitted quality kitchen comprising a range of base level storage units, incorporating solid wood work surface and ceramic sink inset with mixer tap over, central island unit, exposed timber panelling, original quarry tiled flooring, range space with stainless steel extractor fan over, fridge/freezer space, with UPVC window to the rear aspect, the day room has UPVC sash window to the front aspect, finished with the original quarry tiled floor, reclaimed brick built fireplace with attractive cream cast wood burner inset, radiator and power points

UTILITY ROOM
10’10 x 6’8 a handy space and possible breakfast room with UPVC French doors onto the rear gardens, with stainless steel sink with mixer tap over and wood work surface, plumbing and space for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, and finished with quarry tiled floor

BOOT ROOM
Currently being renovated and giving access to a cloakroom, to comprise a refitted two piece suite

LANDING
20’10 x 4’4 a long light landing with UPVC sash window to the front and rear aspect, stripped wood floor, radiator and loft access

BEDROOM ONE
13’11 x 10’10 a lovely light room with dual aspect UPVC window to the front and side aspects, radiator, power points and stripped wooden floor

BEDROOM TWO
13’11 x 11’1 another good double bedroom with UPVC sash window to the front aspect, radiator, power points and stripped wooden floor

BEDROOM THREE
11’1 x 6’9 with UPVC sash window to the rear aspect, with views over the gardens and farmland beyond, radiator, power points and stripped wooden floor

BATHROOM
11’ x 6’5 a beautifully appointed room with frosted UPVC sash window to the rear aspect, comprising a quality refitted four piece suite, low level WC, wash hand basin set in antique vanity unit, oval freestanding bath with side taps and shower attachment, walk in wet area with marble tiles and rain shower head, vertical radiator and extractor fan

OUTSIDE
A unique property in a fantastic location, the frontage is set behind a low brick wall with cast hand gate, to the side is a block paved driveway offering parking for at least three vehicles, which opens onto the rustic style cottage gardens to the rear. Enclosed by brick wall and enjoying farmland to the rear. There are a range of brick OUTBUILDINGS, subject to the relevant building regulations and planning consents, they could make a superb home office or garden room, and there is a further brick store and potting shed. The gardens are a good size with grassed areas, wood mulch beds and potential space for a garage (there was a garage previously), numerous seating areas and brick edge vegetable patch for the green fingered.

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A quite beautiful period property, having undergone a quite striking and sympathetic refurbishment, full of interest and style. Superbly located within the village of Dyke on the outskirts of Bourne. A true labour of love by the current owner and you feel it as you meander round, sold with no chain

A quite beautiful period property, having undergone a quite striking and sympathetic refurbishment, full of interest and style. Superbly located within the village of Dyke on the outskirts of Bourne. A true labour of love by the current owner and you feel it as you meander round, sold with the advantage of no upward chain

Set behind a low brick wall with cast hand gate and up the garden path, with entrance door through to;

ENTRANCE HALL
A warm reception greets you, an original mosaic tiled floor, balustrade stairs to the first floor accommodation, handy under stair storage, original wood panelling, radiator and power point

SITTING ROOM
13’9 x 10’9 a comfortable space to relax with UPVC sash window to the front aspect, stripped wood floor and original skirting boards, reclaimed brick fireplace with cast wood burner inset, vertical radiator, TV point and power points

KITCHEN/DAY ROOM
Kitchen area 16’3 x 6’8 opening through to the day room 13’9 x 10’10 a wonderful place for everyone to gather and socialise, reconfigured to maximise this stunning space, sympathetic to the original fabric of the building yet with a lovely refitted quality kitchen comprising a range of base level storage units, incorporating solid wood work surface and ceramic sink inset with mixer tap over, central island unit, exposed timber panelling, original quarry tiled flooring, range space with stainless steel extractor fan over, fridge/freezer space, with UPVC window to the rear aspect, the day room has UPVC sash window to the front aspect, finished with the original quarry tiled floor, reclaimed brick built fireplace with attractive cream cast wood burner inset, radiator and power points

UTILITY ROOM
10’10 x 6’8 a handy space and possible breakfast room with UPVC French doors onto the rear gardens, with stainless steel sink with mixer tap over and wood work surface, plumbing and space for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, and finished with quarry tiled floor

BOOT ROOM
Currently being renovated and giving access to a cloakroom, to comprise a refitted two piece suite

LANDING
20’10 x 4’4 a long light landing with UPVC sash window to the front and rear aspect, stripped wood floor, radiator and loft access

BEDROOM ONE
13’11 x 10’10 a lovely light room with dual aspect UPVC window to the front and side aspects, radiator, power points and stripped wooden floor

BEDROOM TWO
13’11 x 11’1 another good double bedroom with UPVC sash window to the front aspect, radiator, power points and stripped wooden floor

BEDROOM THREE
11’1 x 6’9 with UPVC sash window to the rear aspect, with views over the gardens and farmland beyond, radiator, power points and stripped wooden floor

BATHROOM
11’ x 6’5 a beautifully appointed room with frosted UPVC sash window to the rear aspect, comprising a quality refitted four piece suite, low level WC, wash hand basin set in antique vanity unit, oval freestanding bath with side taps and shower attachment, walk in wet area with marble tiles and rain shower head, vertical radiator and extractor fan

OUTSIDE
A unique property in a fantastic location, the frontage is set behind a low brick wall with cast hand gate, to the side is a block paved driveway offering parking for at least three vehicles, which opens onto the rustic style cottage gardens to the rear. Enclosed by brick wall and enjoying farmland to the rear. There are a range of brick OUTBUILDINGS, subject to the relevant building regulations and planning consents, they could make a superb home office or garden room, and there is a further brick store and potting shed. The gardens are a good size with grassed areas, wood mulch beds and potential space for a garage (there was a garage previously), numerous seating areas and brick edge vegetable patch for the green fingered.

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