Here is a superb and rare opportunity to own this magnificent Victorian townhouse with many period features.
This elegant property has the potential to be extraordinary, with 4 double bedrooms, 3 reception rooms, 2 wet rooms, kitchen, cellar and private courtyard, all with a wealth of character.
The minute you walk into this home, you know it's special.
High ceilings, deep skirting boards, original cornices and ceiling roses, sash windows, and all rooms of generous proportions.
This house oozes character and class, and will make a fabulous family home with a bit of tlc to bring it back to its former glory.
Conveniently located only a short walk to local shops and schools and the train and bus stations, making this a perfect spot for commuters, with London being just over an hour away.
Attention investors too, this home has the potential to be further developed pending planning approval.
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This property includes:Porch1.
22m x 1.
4 sqm) - 4' x 3' 10" (15 sqft)Click open the charming metal gate and enter this home through a part glazed door into a light and airy porch with high ceilings and space to take your coat off before entering the main hallway.
Light floods in through the window above the door, a lovely, welcoming start.
63m x 1.
8 sqm) - 25' x 5' 11" (149 sqft)Open another part glazed door into a grand hallway, a spacious hallway which you can't help but saying 'wow' when you walk in.
High ceilings, original deep skirting boards, a beautiful arch with original sconces, a wealth of charm and elegance.
The staircase rises before you and there is access to the living room, 2nd reception room, and through to the breakfast room, kitchen and wet room beyond.
Access to the cellar is via a charming panelled door under the stairs.
45m x 3.
61m (16 sqm) - 14' 7" x 11' 10" (172 sqft)From the hallway, enter this elegant living room via a panelled wooden door to reveal more high ceilings, a decorative ceiling rose, original cornices and a fabulous bay sash window overlooking the front of the house.
There is plenty of room in this large space for sofas and chairs, with an Adam style gas fireplace taking centre stage with its marble hearth and surround.
94m x 3.
3 sqm) - 12' 11" x 12' 9" (165 sqft)Walk down the hallway, and this almost square reception room is right next to the living room.
This room with its high ceilings and Victorian detail, could be a dining room, snug or playroom, the choices are plentiful.
A beautiful sash window overlooks the charming courtyard at the back of the house.
61m x 2.
7 sqm) - 11' 10" x 7' 10" (93 sqft)Further down the hallway, step down into this cosy breakfast room with its brick fireplace and built in shelves behind charming twin doors.
There is plenty of room for a table and chairs, to sit with a coffee or supervise children doing their homework.
65m x 3.
1 sqm) - 11' 11" x 10' (119 sqft)Beyond the breakfast room there is a fitted kitchen with a range of white wall and base units with plenty of grey worktop, built in oven and 4 ring gas hob.
There is space for a fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher.
A single steel sink sits under the large window overlooking the courtyard, and vinyl protects the floor.
There is access to the courtyard and the downstairs wet room from here too.
03m x 2.
5 sqm) - 9' 11" x 8' 1" (80 sqft)A very large wet room comprising a walk in electric shower and plenty of room for seating if required, white low level WC and pedestal sink.
There is a handy corner with hanging space and also ample room for a mop and bucket, hoover and ironing board.
Half tiled with practical, non slip flooring.
A modesty window lets in light from the courtyard.
68m x 2.
7 sqm) - 8' 9" x 7' (62 sqft)Climb the elegant, turnkey staircase to a half landing with access to the 2nd shower room in the house, a spacious room with walk in electric shower with a gated glass screen, low level white WC and pedestal sink.
A chrome heated towel rail keeps towels warm and fluffy.
A large modesty window lets in light from the courtyard.
Fully tiled with practical non slip flooring.
79m x 3.
1 sqm) - 18' 11" x 12' (228 sqft)Climb a further 6 steps up to a square landing with access to 2 large double bedrooms.
Bedroom 1 is located at the front of the house with its sash windows and typical high ceilings.
There is plenty of room for a super king size bed, and maybe a sofa, a sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the day.
94m x 3.
4 sqm) - 12' 11" x 12' 10" (166 sqft)An almost square double bedroom with a sash window overlooking the rooftops and courtyard below.
Ideal as a guest or teenager's room, there is ample space for a large bed, wardrobes and chests of drawers.
45m x 3.
9 sqm) - 17' 10" x 12' (214 sqft)Climb another set of turnkey stairs to the 2nd floor where there is a square landing with access to 2 further bedrooms.
Bedroom 3 is located at the front of the house with a characterful dormer window and angled ceiling so typical of this era.
A lovely room indeed.
95m x 3.
5 sqm) - 12' 11" x 12' 11" (167 sqft)A beautiful room with faded elegance, with a sash window overlooking the roofs and a view of the steeple of St Wulframs church.
A delightful Victorian cast iron fireplace is the focal point of this room.
There is a built in wardrobe with louvre doors with hanging rail.
A quirky and cosy room.
91m x 3.
8 sqm) - 19' 4" x 12' 7" (245 sqft)Climb down concrete steps to a surprisingly large cellar with restricted headroom if you're tall! Dry and secure, this cellar could be anything - a store room or playroom, study, the choice is yours.
A great space!Courtyard17.
69m x 3.
6 sqm) - 58' x 10' 5" (609 sqft)A very charming courtyard, nestled amongst brick walls, with access via the kitchen and a gate behind the wet room leading to the alley which runs behind this row of houses.
Block paved with borders, this lovely sunny space is low maintenance and quiet, the perfect retreat with a coffee or a glass of wine in the evening.
Front GardenA quaint entrance through the wrought iron gate, with a low brick wall topped with iron railings and a delightful border of colour under the front bay window.
Please note, all dimensions are approximate / maximums and should not be relied upon for the purposes of floor coverings.
Additional Information:Council Tax: Band CService Included: Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.
This home is fully double glazed.
Grantham is a historic market town, located approximately 20 miles south of Lincoln and 20 miles north of Stamford.
There are many good primary schools and several outstanding secondary schools here, including 2 grammar schools and the Priory Ruskin Academy.
Grantham is at the crossroads of the A1 and the A52, providing great road access to all parts of the country.
Grantham railway station opened in 1852, providing rail travel to the north and south of England, and has become an important link over the years with London King's Cross a mere 70 minutes away.
Local points of interest include Belton House, St Wulfram's Church, and Woolsthorpe Manor, birthplace of Newton, just down the road at Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth.
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