The Old Vicarage, Howe Lane, Goxhill

£575,000
For Sale
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£575,000
For Sale
Lauren Duffield
Sales Negotiator
01472 264960
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Property summary

Freehold
Grade II Listed Family Home
Quiet Village Location
4 Double Bedrooms
3 Reception Rooms
Triple Garage
Large Orangery
Large Private Gardens
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EPC Rating - Exempt, Council Tax Band - F

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Lauren Duffield
Sales Negotiator
01472 264960

More about the property

The Old Vicarage is a delightful period home believed to date back to 1760 with alterations and extensions added in 1872-3 by Victorian architect James Fowler of Louth to produce a family residence in keeping with a person of standing in the local community. Protected for future generations with a Grade II listing.

The property is accessed through a solid wood original 6-fielded-panel door with over light with geometric glazing which opens into the Reception Hallway. The current owners have redecorated throughout the property to provide a modern way of living whilst keeping a lot of the character typical of this time period; this can be seen in the two front Receptions Rooms. The last Reception Room is an ideal space for a children’s play area or dining room.

Access is also obtained via the rear through the Victorian style Orangery, having been carefully designed to enhance the property. A dividing wall with archway opens into a seating area. Arranged from the Orangery via an arched doorway is a large Pantry/Wine Store and a door leading into a home office. A door from the orangery opens into an entrance hall that leads onto the spacious Kitchen which features a bespoke country style Oak fitted kitchen. A ground floor WC with built in storage cupboards has space and plumbing for a washing machine completes the downstairs space.

The staircase situated at the front of the property grants you access to the landing; from there is the main Bedroom with accompanying En Suite. On the landing area is a wide access loft hatch with a large storage space. The landing leads onto a superb spacious traditional styled Bathroom with five-piece suite to include a period cast claw and ball footed bath which serves the Three double family Bedrooms.

Encompassed by large and private gardens with a mixture of trees and shrubs. Within the grounds is an outbuilding that has been converted into a triple garage once of which has a fully secured door, with a storage space in the space above. Access to the orangery can be granted via a door to the rear of the garage. The stable and carriage house has full planning permission to convert and extend to provide a separate annex containing 2 bedrooms, bathroom, living room, hallway and kitchen. Electronic gates to the front of the property provide for added security.

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Broadband

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Standard: Download: 6 Mbps / Upload: 1 Mbps or less
Superfast: Download: 77 Mbps / Upload: 20 Mbps
Ultrafast: Not Available

Stamp Duty Land Tax

Below is an illustration of the Stamp Duty Land Tax ("Stamp Duty") that would be payable, based on a set of assumptions. You should always check your stamp duty liability and any other costs due with your solicitor or conveyancer.

£16250 would need to be paid in stamp duty on purchasing this property, assuming that you are purchasing freehold, purchasing as an individual (or jointly with someone else), and this will be your only property.

Accommodation

PORCH
LOUNGE
4.52m x 4.37m
SITTING ROOM
4.55m x 4.34m
PLAY ROOM/SNUG
4.60m x 3.99m to bay
ENTRANCE HALLWAY
3.63m x 1.70m
KITCHEN
5.49m x 3.63m
WC/UTILITY
3.96m x 1.50m
ORANGERY
5.97m x 3.35m
SEATING AREA
4.47m x 3.53m
PANTRY/WINE STORE
2.97m x 1.60m
UTILITY ROOM
3.48m x 3.12m
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
BEDROOM 1
4.57m x 4.39m
EN SUITE BATHROOM
3.07m x 1.60m
BEDROOM 2
4.57m x 4.37m max
BEDROOM 3
4.55m x 3.96m max
BEDROOM 4
4.06m x 3.02m
BATHROOM
4.17m x 3.51m
OUTSIDE
ATTACHED STORE
3.68m x 3.07m
GARAGE
6.10m x 6.10m
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