Church Lane, Marshchapel
- Stunning detached cottage entered by a beautiful Lychgate
- Nestled between the Lincolnshire wolds and the east coast beaches located in a secluded country lane
- The property stands in half an acre with various buildings within the grounds
- Potential of a separate annex within the main building if required
- Stable block presently used as an office suite but would lend itself to other uses
- Separate from the house is a two storey entertainment building with bar
- Large Summer house, insulated and with new flooring and electrics
- Three reception rooms, Two bathrooms
- Bespoke fitted kitchen with granite worktops and Neff appliances
SummaryMeteor Homes are delighted to offer for sale Norman Cottage, Marshchapel. Believed to be built around 1870, this was originally built as the curate`s cottage which to this day is absolutely stunning and is full of character.
Meteor Homes are delighted to offer for sale Norman Cottage, Marshchapel. Believed to be built around 1870, this was originally built as the curate`s cottage which to this day is absolutely stunning and is full of character.
Nestled between the Lincolnshire wolds and the east coast beaches located in a secluded country lane next to open fields and church. Situated in the picturesque village of Marshchapel, Norman Cottage is tucked away down a secluded country lane, next to St. Mary`s Church. As you enter the property through a charming Lychgate you enjoy the views of not only the cottage but you are mesmerised by the stunning south facing garden wrapping around the property.
This Stunning property has been sympathetically restored and extended through the years to evolve into the stunning family residence that it is today. The property is superbly refurbished and extended to provide a three bedroomed family residence. With the potential if required to utilise a third reception room to create a fourth bedroom or even a guest suite. This is easily done as it already has a separate staircase to the third bedroom and having the benefit of a ground floor shower room.
The accommodation briefly comprises:
Hallway and Dining Room: 3.97m/ 3.33m
You enter the home via a solid oak exterior door leading to a beautiful welcoming hall with a second latched oak door leading to the spacious dining room with three windows to different aspects of the garden providing lots of light.
Lounge: 3.947m/ 3.94m
A relaxing room to spend time with family and friends enjoying the ornate designed brick built fire surround with multi fuel brining stove. Solid oak doors and arched windows overlooking the gardens.
Snug: 3.04m/ 3.02m
This cosy room is entered by a handmade solid wooden door from the dining room. A second feature exposed brick work ornate fire surround with inset multi fuel burning stove, arched window over looking front of the property.
Sitting Room (Guest Suite) 5.11m/ 3.18m
Entered via a solid external oak door from the rear of the property or via the snug. This room is great, enjoying the gardens with arched windows but also has the benefit of a downstairs shower room along with a separate staircase to a double bedroom upstairs. This has lots of opportunity to use as just a sitting room, additional bedroom or even a full guest suite with sitting room, bedroom and private shower room.
Breakfast Kitchen 6.79m/2..71m
Forming the hub of this wonderful home a magnificent country-style living kitchen, bespoke to the current owners preferences, Modern shaker style fitted kitchen with Belfast sink and matching centre island. To the other side of the kitchen there is a sitting area and access to the utility room. This room is part of the extension of the property and in my opinion, it is a great addition to the cottage. This bright, spacious and well presented kitchen has the added benefit of enjoying all the views of the garden.
As mentioned, there are two separate staircases, one from the sitting room but the main staircase is entered by the main hall way.
Bedroom 1 3.98m/4.02m
Excellent sized bedroom with three arched windows overlooking the gardens and views. A brick fireplace supplying a fantastic feature wall. This room also benefits from built in wardrobes.
Bedroom 2 3.94m/3.67m
A second great double bedroom again benefiting of all the views of the garden via an arched window.
Bathroom 2.99m/ 3.16m
One of my favourite bathrooms I have ever been in, this bathroom is stunning. It has the benefit of a freestanding claw and foot bath set on a raised plinth, walk in shower, closed coupled WC and wash hand basin and traditional vanity unit. Arched window enjoying the views of St. Marys Church and a decorative brick fireplace.
Bedroom 3 4.63m/ 3.35m
Access by its own private staircase from the sitting room leading to a good-sized double bedroom. Arched window overlooking the rear garden.
The expansive gardens enjoy the mature trees, hedging and plants around the borders. Patio areas allowing you to sit and enjoy the gardens and nature. The majority of the lawned area is south facing so great for those days and nights if entertaining. The second part of the garden is at the side and front of the property, this is where the summer house, coal house and dog kennel/ storage area is. At the bottom of the garden there is a hot tub and BBQ area leading to the previous snooker room which is now an amazing homemade bar with a spiral staircase leading to another sitting room/ entertaining room.
There is also a fully converted office suite with two spacious offices, its own kitchen area and WC. This was once the stables/ tack room and could quite easily be restored if necessary. There is a separate access to the back of the office, previously the stables from the country lane via twin wooden gates onto a parking/ reception area.
The property also benefits from ample off road parking.
Norman Cottage represents an exceptional period home combining character charm with a high specification modern finish. The current owners have carried out a complete refurbishment of the property, including a fabulous kitchen, garage conversion and extensive work to the exterior and gardens. All in all this property is an absolute stunning Grade Two Listed Gem!
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
North East Lincolnshire Council, Band D