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Clever conversion that's created space

By Boston Target  |  Posted: December 04, 2013

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Boasting views to the front over the Maud Foster Waterway is this impressive double-fronted detached residence, situated on a large plot along Boston's Horncastle Road.

Originally designed as a four-bedroom property, the house has since been converted to create an en suite bathroom/dressing room from the fourth bedroom, but subject to any consents that might be required, could potentially be reverted to its previous status.

Accommodation includes three receptions, three double bedrooms, a breakfast kitchen, utility, and two ground floor cloakrooms, with leaded-light windows throughout. There is a front dining room with splayed bay window; sitting room with feature arch and a pair of doors opening onto a rear block-paved patio, and lounge with period style fireplace, living flame gas fire and ceiling rose.

A feature brick archway leads from the hall into the breakfast kitchen, which has a splayed bow window overlooking the rear, defined dining area, and is well equipped with a range of cupboards and drawers, fitted dishwasher, two integrated fridges, and a peninsular unit.

From the first floor galleried landing access can be made into the partly-boarded loft space with electric supply; bathroom with four-piece suite, and all bedrooms, the master having a range of full-height and full-length built-in furniture.

Its walk-in splayed bay window overlooks the front, the master bedroom also having an en suite/dressing room containing bathing facilities that include a bath with hand-held shower attachment, and built-in furniture from wardrobes to an airing cupboard. Bedroom two looks out to the front, bedroom three with fitted furniture the rear, and both have telephone points.

Standing well back with attractive front gardens, the house has an extensive block-paved driveway with reversing bay that continues to the right of the property through an electric wrought iron gate.

There is a detached double garage block with office, rear garden with neat shaped lawn and adjacent shrubbery, plus an enclosed section of land currently used as a vegetable plot with a shed, glasshouse and lean-to open-fronted storage shed.

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