A striking and well appointed detached 1920s house with a delightful southerly aspect garden, attractive views to the parish church and an accessible position on the edge of the town centre.
A striking 1920s detached house, it offers well-appointed accommodation with spacious, symmetrical principal rooms with high ceilings and attractive features. Externally there is ample parking on its carriage drive, two garages with an attic storeroom above and a mature and private south east facing garden.
The spacious reception hallway has a herringbone oak floor. The principal rooms line the southerly face of the house. The dual-aspect sitting room, with living flame gas fireplace, and elegant dining room, with oak and walnut parquet flooring, with French doors to the conservatory. The living room has a stripped polished wood floor and a multi-fuel stove in its period style fireplace.
The dining kitchen was two rooms. A Gresham solid oak kitchen has granite worktops and integrated appliances, with a Falcon Range cooker with five-burner gas hob and electric double oven.
The galleried first floor landing accesses the five double bedrooms. The principal and second bedrooms are particularly spacious doubles. All offer attractive views of the garden or church and are served by a luxuriously appointed family bathroom and a separate family shower room.
Five-bar gates access the gravelled carriage driveway. It provides parking for several vehicles and access to the garages, set back to the side of the house. The delightful garden is lawned, with a terrace adjoining the conservatory and establish borders.
Services: Full mains services. Mains gas central heating.
Local Authority: South Holland District Council. Council Tax Band E
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This is a spacious family home in a fabulous position near the town's centre and with attractive views to the parish church of St. Mary and St. Nicholas. I was surprised by the peace of the setting and by the privacy, whilst the house has a lovely feel and a good flow to its accommodation and the garden is ideal for families and children. Spalding is a convenient town to live in. The road links to Peterborough and the A1 are good, whilst the town's railway station links with Peterborough's commuter services to London Kings Cross and Cambridge.James Abbott