Picturesque double fronted house with large garden!
This charming end of terrace house offers a deceptive amount of living space and retains much of the building's original character and feel, laid out over two floors with three good size bedrooms, a four piece bathroom, two reception rooms and a fitted kitchen with rear conservatory to provide plenty room for a growing family's needs. Externally the property is well balanced by a large west facing rear garden, beautifully landscaped with a winding paths, seating areas, summerhouse, storage shed and a double carport provides off street rear parking. Located on a small no through road near the centre of this popular coastal village, within a short walk to a playpark and with the beach and Spurn Point Nature Reserve a short drive away. Gas central heated and with uPVC glazing throughout. We recommend an early viewing to appreciate all that this charming property has to offer before it gets snapped up!
UPVC front entrance door leads into an entrance lobby with stairs rising to the first floor, radiator and access through to the dining room.
Central reception room providing access to the lounge and kitchen, currently used as a dining room and with a front facing uPVC bay window, radiator, laminate flooring, exposed wooden ceiling with beams and with an exposed brick fireplace with open grate hearth.
Good size living room with uPVC French doors opening to the rear garden, uPVC bay window to the front aspect and a further window to the side. Open grate fireplace, two radiators, laminate flooring and an exposed wooden ceiling with beams.
Fitted kitchen with a range of units to the base and walls with complementing work surfaces, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, built-in high level electric oven, separate gas hob set in a feature recessed exposed brick chimney alcove, integrated fridge and plumbing/space for both a washing machine and dryer. Tiled flooring and tiled splash backs, extraction fan, radiator, exposed wooden ceiling with beams and a uPVC window and door through to the conservatory.
Of uPVC construction under a pitched roof with French doors to the rear patio area, radiator and tiled flooring.
Central landing with a uPVC window to the rear aspect, loft access and a gas combi-boiler.
Double bedroom with uPVC windows to the front and side aspects, radiator, built-in wardrobe and a feature Victorian style fireplace.
Second double bedroom with uPVC window to the front aspect, two built-in cupboards and a radiator.
Good size third bedroom with a rear facing uPVC window and radiator.
Spacious bathroom fitted with a white four piece suite comprising of a bath, shower cubicle with wet wall panelled surround, low level WC and a pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash backs. Extraction fan, radiator, vinyl flooring and an opaque uPVC window.
To the rear of the property is a beautiful west facing garden with a paved patio area stepping out from the conservatory doors with a pedestrian side entrance gate and a feature cobbled walls with central steps lead up to a laid to lawn rear garden, with planted borders, gravelled seating areas, mature shrubbery/trees and a winding brick paved pathway leading up to a wooden summerhouse. A rear gate opens onto a gravelled parking area under a double carport that is accessed via a shared/private access road servicing the three houses on this terrace. Continuing on from this parking area is a further section of garden, also laid to lawn but with a useful wooden storage shed with paved seating area.
To the front is an open aspect grassed garden with shrubbery, gravelled path with steps up to the front entrance door and a pedestrian gate opens from the side of the property through to the rear garden.
Council tax band B.
Services include mains gas, electric and drainage connections.
From Hull head onto the A1033 towards Withernsea. Upon entering Patrington take the right hand fork signposted Easington. Continue past the village church and follow the road through the village of Welwick. Carry on this road, upon entering Easington continue to the T junction. Turn right and follow this road around the left hand bend. Upon entering the village square, turn left at the village hall onto Beck Lane where this property is on the left hand side.
Easington is located between the town of Withernsea and Spurn Point. It is a pretty village with a historic church and village square. There is a local shop/post office, primary school, various public houses and a popular community centre. Easington is close to Spurn point nature reserve, being a haven for bird watchers and there is also access to the beach on the edge of the village. There is a limited bus service through to Withernsea.