Bowmandale
Barton-Upon-Humber, North Lincolnshire, DN18

Offers over£170,000
Bedrooms:2Bathrooms:1Receptions:1

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Features

  • Total Floor Area:- Square Metres
  • Immaculately Presented Throughout
  • Kitchen
  • Living Room
  • Conservatory
  • Two Double Bedrooms
  • Bathroom
  • Outbuildings
  • Fully Enclosed Rear Garden
  • Driveway
  • Council Tax Band: A

Description

Tenure: Freehold

Hiding away on Bowmandale is this semi detached two bedroom home, featuring a unique mix of comfort and style, awaiting your personal touch.

As you approach this deceptively spacious property, you are greeted by a spacious yet cosy front garden with plenty of parking. Once you step inside, the charming hallway invites to explore deeper. The door to the right takes you to the kitchen which is complemented with a utility area and a breakfast bar, ideal for those morning meals. While straight on is the living room with its adjacent conservatory -  cascading with light, perfect for those tranquil mornings or serene evenings with friends and family. While the the first floor offers two double bedrooms with a stylish shower room. By the time you have finished admiring this home, you find yourself in the rear garden with a patio area and a further decking area and a substantial manicured lawn, ideal for outdoor entertaining.

This property seamlessly brings together function and elegance.

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EPC rating: D. Council tax band: A, Tenure: Freehold,

ENTRANCE

3.8m x 1.3m

Entered through a composite door into the hallway. Doors to all principal rooms and a staircase taking you up to the first floor accommodation. Finished with a handy under stairs storage cupboard and a window to the side elevation.

LIVING ROOM

3.5m x 4.7m

Bright and airy room with a window to the front elevation and French doors leading to the conservatory. Grounding this space is the Adam style fireplace surround housing a wood burning stove, perfect for those cold winter evenings.

CONSERVATORY

3.8m x 2.6m

Perfect space to entertain family and guests.
Constructed on a low rise brick wall with a polycarbonate roof and fully double glazed.
French doors to the patio and rear garden.

KITCHEN

3.7m x 3m

Range of wall and base units with contrasting work surfaces, upstands and decorative tiled splash backs. White composite sink and a drainer with a swan neck mixer tap. Plumbing for a washing machine, tumble dryer and space for a tall fridge freezer. Freestanding cooker with a four ring gas hob. Window to the rear elevation and a door to the side elevation. Finished with a breakfast bar area.

FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION

BEDROOM ONE

3.5m x 4.7m

Built in bedroom furniture incorporating a storage cupboard and shelving. Window to the front elevation.

BEDROOM TWO

3.7m x 2.7m

Window to the rear elevation.

SHOWER ROOM

1.7m x 2.6m

Three piece suite incorporating a walk in shower cubicle with a rain shower over, pedestal wash hand wash basin with a mixer tap and a push button WC. Window to the rear elevation and decorative tiles throughout.

OUTSIDE THE PROPERTY

FRONT ELEVATION

Simple and clean front garden with a lawn area and a pathway taking you to the front and side entrance door. Block paved driveway offering off street parking and mature plantings - privacy from the road.

REAR ELEVATION

A substantial rear garden, fully enclosed by fencing. Predominantly laid to lawn with an extended patio area, perfect for outdoor entertaining family and friends, or to enjoy a moment in the garden. Two further brick outbuildings add storage to this property. Finished with a timber constructed garden shed and a delightful decking area.

STORAGE

0.9m x 1.4m

WORSKHOP

2m x 2m

LOCATION

Barton-upon-Humber is a highly regarded historic market town with Primary and Senior schools, quaint shops, supermarkets, stylish restaurants, cosy pubs, charming coffee shops and two petrol stations. It benefits from numerous recreational facilities and is surrounded by open countryside. The distinctive Churches, library, wildlife reserves and popular museums allow you to enjoy peace and tranquillity whilst the shopping and nightlife of neighbouring towns means you are never far away from a faster pace of life!

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