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Modern Detached Three-Storey House
Five Double Bedrooms
Three Bath/Shower Rooms & WC
Four Reception Rooms
Timber Sash Double-Glazed Windows
Large Private Gated Drive & Garage
Small Attractive Hard-Landscaped Garden
Offered with no chain, this fabulous one-off modern detached property is in a beautifully appointed position beside St Patrick's Church in the charming, well-resourced East Yorkshire village of Patrington, 4 miles from Withernsea, 10 miles from Hedon, and 15 miles from Hull. The property itself, which was built b y the existing owners in 2002, is set out over three floors. The ground floor comprises an entrance hall, WC, dining room, dining kitchen with pantry, orangery, and a lounge. The first floor comprises a landing, principle bedroom with en-suite shower room, two further bedrooms, and a family bathroom. The second floor comprises a small landing and two bedrooms, one of which has an en-suite shower room. The house is fitted with gas central heating and timber-framed sash double-glazed windows. To the front of the property is a small enclosed garden with pedestrian gates to both sides of the house leading to the rear garden. To the right hand side of the property is a private electric-gated driveway leading to a large detached garage at the rear, as well as a small attractive, hard-landscaped split-level garden, including a hot-tub area and sauna alongside the garage. This really is a wonderful home in wonderful village position, so check out the video tour and contact Hudson Property to book your viewing!
All carpets, curtains, blinds and light fittings are included in the sale, as are the range cooker, hot tub and sauna.
We believe the property to be situated within a conservation area. A conservation area aims to preserve and protect the character of an area; this can be made up of buildings, open spaces, views, trees, and other features. The objective of defining a conservation area is to provide for the preservation and enhancement of the special interest of the place. The intention is not to stifle change, but to monitor and provide positive management of these unique areas. Most properties within a conservation area have similar planning requirements to properties outside a conservation area, but there are a number of differences, depending on issues like the amount of a property to be demolished, the age of agricultural buildings, and the ways in which it is intended to extend or alter a building/structure within a conservation area, including boundary treatments such as fences or walls. All trees are protected and you may need to give notice to the Local Authority before carrying out work on them. In rare cases, some permitted development rights may not apply. It is always prudent to check with the Local Authority planning department prior to commencement of any works to any part of the property. When considering works within a conservation area, the Local Authority has a duty to consult one of the conservation officers to ensure the proposed works do not detract from the character and appearance of the conservation area.
The tenure of this property is Freehold. We believe the house to be of cavity wall construction, to be connected to mains gas, electricity, water, and drainage, and to be connected to KCOM for the purposes of landline telephone and Internet broadband.
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