Beautifully presented Edwardian home in an elevated position in the heart of Lincoln, with off-street parking.
This charming semi-detached home enjoys a prime setting at the heart of uphill Lincoln, just a short distance from the high street (0.5 miles) and West Common (150 meters). Originally constructed in 1905 the house is built in a handsome and imposing style with elegant high-ceilinged rooms featuring many Edwardian architectural details such as decorative coving, picture rails, deep bay windows, and intricate stained-glass windows. The property has been extensively renovated over the years with modern additions such as a newly fitted kitchen added in 2021, a tasteful décor scheme and stylish bath and shower rooms, creating a well-appointed home that feels contemporary whilst benefiting from a wealth of character.
The ground floor accommodation is accessed via a welcoming entrance hall with original patterned flooring leading through to a double-aspect sitting room with large bay window providing ample natural light and wood-burning stove. There is a formal dining room, W.C and the stylish kitchen complete with a sociable breakfast bar, handsome cabinetry, adjacent utility room and bi-fold doors out to the rear patio, creating the ideal entertaining space. On the first floor is the principal bedroom benefitting from a sleek en suite shower room, two additional doubles one of which enjoys access to an en suite bathroom with luxurious free-standing bathtub and cubicle shower. A contemporary family bathroom completes the accommodation.
The home occupies an elevated position and is well-screened from the road behind established trees affording a good degree of seclusion with on-street permit parking to the side of the property and an electric security gate providing access to a paved courtyard with ample space for outdoor furniture. There is a further sunken patio adjoining the home providing the ideal setting for al fresco dining.
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This is a lovely semi-detached house and I especially like the wonderful entrance hall with its mosaic tiled floor and original swing doors, the kitchen is also a cracking spaceRoo FisherProperty agent