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Highstock Lane, Gedney Hill

Sold STC
  • Type: Detached House
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Five Bedrooms
  • Master With En-Suite
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Spacious Accomodation
  • Garage
  • Garden
  • Sat Nav to PE12 0QG

Property Summary

Enjoying a charming, rural location, this spacious family home is immaculately presented with tasteful, neutral décor throughout. It offers key-ready accommodation and plenty of opportunity for exploring the Lincolnshire countryside, while not being too far from towns and shopping centres.

Gedney Hill with its golf club and a fishing lake is a pretty village almost midway between the market towns of Spalding, to the north-west, and Wisbech, to the south-east. The cathedral city of Peterborough, with access to the A1 and wider motorway network, lies just over 20km to the south-west.

There is a McColl’s convenience store in the village itself, while Gedney Hill Church of England Primary School was rated ‘good’ by Ofsted at its most recent inspection.
Nature enthusiasts will be delighted to learn that The Wash National Nature Reserve - the largest bay in England and one of Europe’s most outstanding coastal wetlands - is just under 25km away.

The property is screened from the road and neighbouring properties by hedging and has a private gravelled driveway with space for several vehicles. There is a lawn to one side and, to the other, the integral garage and a path leading to the gated rear garden.

Here can be found a neat lawn with paved paths, a patio and gravelled areas. There are some established shrubs and plants in the borders and an outdoor storage shed. Wooden fencing offers privacy, and any keen gardeners will welcome the potential on offer here.

The accommodation is beautifully presented, a feature evident on entering the hallway through the front porch. To the left is the lounge, with wall-mounted lighting and a wide bay window overlooking the front garden. The built-in fireplace has a tiled hearth and mantle with multi fuel stove, and there are recesses to either side of the chimney breast.

The kitchen-diner - straight ahead through the hallway - is fitted with a range of units including cupboards, drawers and shelving in a contemporary style, with ample worktops for food preparation or small appliances. Wood laminate flooring and overhead spotlights lend a modern air, and there is space for a free-standing oven and hob. The composite sink and drainer has a mixer tap over. To one side are French doors opening into the rear garden, while to the other is the utility room, which has a wooden floor and partially-tiled walls in white with blue accents. There is plumbing for appliances, a stainless-steel sink and drainer, and a number of fitted cupboards. There is also an external door opening to the side of the house, a door into the integral garage, and a downstairs toilet with WC and hand basin.
On the first floor, accessed by stairs from the hallway, are five bedrooms and the house bathroom. The master bedroom is decorated in warm tones and has an en suite bathroom comprising hand basin with cupboard under, WC and shower cubicle with folding glass splash-screen. Bedroom Four has a built-in wardrobe, while Bedroom Five is currently used as a good-sized office/study. The house bathroom has a tiled floor and patrially-tiled walls, and houses the airing cupboard. There is a bath with shower attachment, hand basin and WC, and separate shower cubicle with power-shower and glass screen door.

The house is currently rated ‘D’ on the Energy Performance Certificate register, with potential to become a ‘C’ through a range of improvements that may be eligible for Green Deal funding. It has cavity wall and roof insulation, and double glazing.
The oil-fired central heating system is programmable and also provides hot water, while secondary room heaters are dual-fuel (mineral and wood). There is low-energy lighting in all fixed outlets.
In our opinion, this is a beautiful home in an idyllic countryside location, ideal for those who prefer countryside living but with the amenities and facilities of modern life not too far away. We would highly recommend a viewing to fully appreciate this property.

Ground Floor
LOUNGE: 17’ 0” (5.17m) x 12’ 9” (3.89m)
KITCHEN DINER: 25’ 9 (7.85m) x 10’ 11” (3.32m)
UTILITY ROOM: 13’ 7” (4.15m) x 9’ 9” (2.97m)
WC: 6’ 0” (1.83m) x 2’ 7” (0.80m)
INTEGRAL GARAGE: 17’ 0” (5.19m) x 13’ 9” (4.18m)

First Floor
BEDROOM 1: 13’ 7” (4.13m) x 12’ 3” (3.74m)
EN SUITE: 8’ 5” (2.56m) x 3’ 2” (0.97m)
BEDROOM 2: 14’ 7” (4.45m) x 10’ 11” (3.33m)
BEDROOM 3: 12’ 9” (3.88m) x 10’ 9” (3.27m)
BEDROOM 4: 12’ 9” (3.88m) x 11’ 3” (3.44m)
BEDROOM 5: 13’ 7” (4.14m) x 6’ 6” (1.97m)
BATHROOM: 10’ 8” (3.24m) x 7’ 7” (2.31m)


These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property, but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by Esale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before legal commitment.


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