A wealth of original features
Bursting with charm and character is this grade two listed detached property in Boston's Skirbeck Road, which was restored by The Boston Heritage Trust in approximately 1985.
Located close to the town centre, it boasts a wealth of original features, roomy accommodation spread over three floors and the addition of a basement level ideal for use as a games room.
Featuring a walk-in cupboard and radiator, the basement also has a pair of doors that open on to a small exterior brick block-paved courtyard with gravelled area beyond.
The property also reveals three double bedrooms, a lounge, kitchen diner and four-piece bathroom suite, with staircases in the entrance hall leading to the upper floor and lower ground floor accommodation.
There is a beautiful period style open fireplace with dog grate in the lounge, along with dual aspect Georgian style windows, a feature also found in the kitchen diner.
Fitted with a range of wood-fronted cupboards and drawers, the kitchen has integrated appliances that include a double oven, four-burner gas hob, dishwasher, fridge and freezer, plus matching dresser unit with freestanding washing machine and tumble dryer.
A striking Georgian style window overlooks the front elevation from the first floor landing, and it is from here that bedroom one and the bathroom are accessed.
Both rooms are spacious and naturally light thanks to dual aspect Georgian style windows, bedroom one having a feature arched display niche, while the tile-floored bathroom with two period style cast iron radiators offers further enticing features.
The bathroom includes a white pedestal wash basin, matching high-level toilet, tiled shower cubicle and enamel bath on four ball and claw feet, in addition to which there are double and single-door built-in cupboards and a roomy airing cupboard.
Accessing the roof space and remaining two bedrooms is done from the second floor landing.
Equally generously sized, bedroom two has a television point and dual aspect outlook, while the third bedroom enjoys a front view and also has a television point.
Externally there is a block-paved driveway providing off-road parking for a number of vehicles with access from Skirbeck Road, small adjacent ornamental gardens with clipped box hedging and an outside light.