Number 10 is currently being lovingly extended and renovated to make it a striking 4 bedroom home fit to meet the needs of a modern-day family. This home will be approximately 1,855sqft and constructed with South Down Multi bricks with Monocouche render replacing the appearance of the original tired bricks.
The traditional 1940s bay front will be replaced with a contemporary glazed frontage to transform the look of the property and maximise the natural light into the home. Green/grey UPVC double glazed windows all set beneath the new slate grey tiled roof.
The main entrance leads through to the hallway with oak doors leading to the open plan family kitchen/ living / dining room installed with a fresh new kitchen. This room also benefits from having bi-fold doors leading in the back garden. Roof lights have also been installed to really enhance this bright room. The study/children's playroom can be found at the rear of the property, just off the kitchen. The essential downstairs cloakroom and utility room will provide useful additional storage and can also be accessed from the kitchen. The separate lounge at the front of the property has floor to ceiling windows really bringing this property right up to date. The lounge also has a multi-fuel burner/fireplace. The single integral garage is also accessed via the entrance hall.
The modern glazed oak staircase opens into the first floor open landing which has four good size bedrooms. The generous Master Bedroom Suite overlooking the rear garden has a fully equipped en-suite bathroom. The second double bedroom is situated at the front of the property with modern floor to ceiling windows. Bedroom three is a good size double room and bedroom four which is a single room both overlook the rear of the property. The main family bathroom is located on this floor.
Just like the New Homes on this development, Number 10 will have its rear garden laid to lawn with a patio area, it will also have an outside tap and outside electric socket fitted. The driveway with parking space for several cars leads to the integral single garage with an electric door.
Ground & First Floor Plan for Number 10. This property is currently being renovated and is anticipated to be completed Summer 2018.
All external walls are constructed of brick and block, including a dental or dog toothed feature to eaves for zero maintenance. There is also a 100mm insulated cavity construction where possible. Roof space will have loft insulation of 400mm. Loft ladders are installed to the main loft (where applicable).
All internal walls finished with a neutral emulsion finish. Ceilings and coving in white matt emulsion. All woodwork is white gloss. Oak doors are painted with clear oil/varnish. Spot/Down lights installed to kitchen and bathroom areas, pendant lights to all the remaining areas. Tiles/Carpets fitted to all floors.
When first moving into any new home, the higher the room temperature the heating is run, the more shrinkage will occur. The heating system is designed to run constantly at a lower temperature, which is more comfortable, efficient and consistent for the property. We cannot guarantee against shrinkage or warping of doors, floors, and timberwork etc. made up of natural materials. We recommend that all gates are securely closed to reduce warping and risk of wind damage. After around 6 months (at your convenience during normal working hours), upon request, we will return to carry out remedial snagging e.g. easing doors, fill and redecorate main shrinkage cracks etc.
Vehicles are to be parked in your own garage or driveway, not left on the road. The end of the cul-de-sac (in front of Plot 1) should be left free for use by visitors to the close.
Once you have paid your deposit, if the specification or design is altered to your specific requirements and you then fail to complete, you shall be held fully liable for the cost of the alterations or amendments. All goods remain the property of Woodbank Construction Ltd until payment is made in full. Any extras need to be paid within 7days of the invoice, not to be held subject to completion of any outstanding item or works. On some developments the purchasers are tied in to a contract for the private maintenance of grassed/hedge shared areas etc. Where the responsibility of the maintenance shall be handed over to a management company to guarantee that the shared areas are always maintained to complement the standard of the houses, with an index linked yearly contribution.
Please Note: Newly built/renovated properties can sometimes differ from the original plans, and are subject to change without prior notice to potential purchasers, and therefore these descriptions, floor plans, measurements and any other information within these sales particulars are offered for guidance purposes only.
The property is located in a non-estate position within the popular medium sized village of Skellingthorpe. There is an active Scout and Guide community. The village has pre-schools and 2 primary schools; St Lawrence's and The Holt which both have an Ofsted rating of Good. Burton Hathow Preparatory School is 5.1 miles away. Skellingthorpe is a good catchment area with a selection of secondary schools to choose from, with transport available to North Kesteven, Robert Pattinson and Priory City of Lincoln Academy.
The village offers a range of facilities, shops, pharmacy, Post Office, health centre, Daisy Made Ice Cream, hairdressers, coffee shop, mobile library and two Public Houses. There is a regular bus service to Lincoln. The Cathedral City of Lincoln is 4.6 miles to the east, easily accessible via the A46 bypass. Lincoln offers a variety of facilities including an excellent choice of schools, Universities, shops, restaurants, public houses and leisure activities. Newark Northgate Station is around 15 miles to the south west and provides a direct rail link to London (Kings Cross from 80 minutes). Newark Market Town and the A1 are within 15 miles. Sleaford, Grantham, Sheffield and Nottingham are also within commuting distance.
The traffic-free Sustran path/cycleway can be accessed via the rear of the properties without stepping foot on the main road. The cycle path is a fantastic local amenity which is used by cyclists, walkers, joggers, wheelchair users and horse riders too. It is a lovely way to take in the countryside and visit woodland walks in Skellingthorpe Old Wood or cycle into Lincoln City Centre avoiding all the traffic, you can also stop off at a local pub for refreshments along the journey!