Little Bytham is a village in the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, England. It lies on the B1176 road, 4 miles south of Corby Glen and 6 miles north from Stamford. The village has a church, village hall, pub and garden centre with tea room.
Positioned in a semi-rural location approximately 1/2 a mile from the village of Little Bytham can by found Chimneys. Off a private road with two other properties and sitting in a plot of approx. 5 acres, this sizable individual property also offers a range of outbuildings, two stables with a concrete apron and a small enclosed exercise area. The property offers extensive single storey living accommodation comprising of a large reception hall, living room with two-way fireplace with stove, through to dining room, re-fitted kitchen breakfast with AGA and utility room, 4 double bedrooms, 6-piece family bathroom and the master bedroom also having a 4-piece en-suite. The vendor has boarded the majority of the first floor loft space which is accessed via a staircase and currently used as gym/exercise room as well as table tennis area. This space could easily be converted to a further accommodation if needed, subject to planning. Externally the property has a large range of outbuildings which have a variety of uses with water 3 phase power connected. In addition there are 3 garages, 2 stables with a small exercise area. Extensive lawns and wooded area with summerhouse within a clearing.
Glass panelled front door with panel to side through to
16' 6'' x 19' 10'' (5.03m x 6.05m min 12.8 max)
An impressive reception area with beam ceiling, dado rail, radiators, panel doors off through to
21' 4'' x 19' 10'' (6.5m x 6.04m)
Sliding patio doors giving access to the outside and overlooking the front gardens, further window to the side, beamed ceiling, wall light points, recess for pictures, large free standing cast iron stove within two-way recess inglenook style fireplace to dining room, with brick hearth and beam over, radiator and doorway through to
17' 4'' x 13' 11'' (5.29m x 4.23m)
Window to the side and rear, radiators, other side of the inglenook fireplace with grate and brick canopy over. Doorway through to
17' 4'' x 11' 6'' (5.29m x 3.5m)
Re-fitted with base and eye level storage units along with a dresser style unit with plate rack and drawers, granite work surface area, 1 1/4 single drainer sink unit, mixer taps above, space for fridge freezer. Recessed twin plate Aga, twin oven, central island and timber block work surface area and breakfast bar overhang, fitted hob, window to rear.
12' 0'' x 5' 11'' (3.66m x 1.8m)
Stable door giving access to the outside, butler sink unit with wood block work surface to the side, further base and eye level storage units, freestanding oil fired boiler providing domestic hot water and central heating system, useful larder cupboard and plumbing and space for automatic washing machine.
16' 2'' x 13' 2'' (4.94m x 4.02m)
Sliding patio doors giving access to the outside and the rear patio, radiator, built in wardrobes, window to the rear.
14' 3'' x 5' 10'' (4.34m x 1.79m)
Fitted with a coloured suite with twin pedestal hand basin, wc and shower, two windows to the side, built in wardrobes, electric towel rail.
13' 1'' x 9' 10'' (4.0m x 3.0m)
Window to the side, radiator, built in double wardrobes.
13' 1'' x 9' 10'' (4.0m x 3.0m)
Window to the side, radiator, built in wardrobes.
14' 3'' x 9' 5'' (4.35m x 2.87m)
Window to the side and to the front.
13' 1'' x 9' 3'' (4.0m x 2.83m)
Fitted with a coloured suite, corner bath, w.c, bidet, 2 pedestal hand basins as well as separate shower cubicle, radiator, window to the side, shaver point.
52' 7'' x 26' 7'' (16.02m x 8.1m)
Currently accessed from a concealed staircase from the hallway, this boarded area currently has the vendor's gym equipment and table tennis area with the rest of the large area comprising of storage and there is also a further area which is unboarded. There are two dormer windows to the front as well as a further dormer window to the rear and two windows to the side.
The property is approached by a private roadway which is shared by two other properties accessed from the Creeton Road. Chimneys is set well back with the driveway passing outbuildings, garages and with lawn areas to either side, eventually opening up to provide hard standing for numerous vehicles as well as a turning area.
There are three linked outbuildings, each approximately 35 m in length by 5.5 m wide providing storage space and with power, lighting and water connected. The outbuildings are in various states of repair and have concrete floors, 3 phase power supply and have been used for a variety of business purposes.
22' 5'' x 16' 6'' (6.84m x 5.04m)
With up and over door and door to the outside, access through to an insulated studio room with work surface area and window to the rear.
15' 10'' x 8' 10'' (4.83m x 2.7m)
Wood store to the side. Extensive grass areas and lawns and large sunken steel tank which could be converted into an attractive pond. To the side of the hard standing and turning area there is a post and rail fence around a concrete apron leading onto the purpose built pair of stables.
11' 5'' x 11' 6'' (3.47m x 3.5m)
Stable doors opening through to a small exercise area with post and rail fencing, hand gate and five-barred gate through to the wooded area. Additionally five-barred gate gives access to a wide walk way through and up into the Spinney where there is a clearing to a summer house.
To the back of the property there is a good size paved patio area with lawns and a purpose built water feature.
AGENTS NOTES - SERVICES
We understand the property is on mains electricity, water, oil fired central heating but drainage is via a septic tank. None of these services or appliances have been tested. The outbuildings have previously be used for business purposes. However purchasers are advised to contact the local planning authority, South Kesteven District Council to clarify the use of these buildings for any proposed business usage.
Proceed out to Stamford on the Ryhall Road passing over the small bridge with traffic lights and bearing left, signposted Little Bytham B1176. Follow this road into the village, continue under the Railway bridge to the t-junction, turn right at this junction and back under the railway line and continue for approximately 1/2 a mile turning left just before a row of red cottages a sign with a red arrow for kennels immediately after the 30 mph limited sign. Following this road over the railway bridge bearing right and the property is the second property on the left hand side.
Strictly by appointment through Richardson t: 01780 762433.
Plan of the area
For illustrative purposes only.