6 bedrooms

Grimsby: 01472 311000

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***WONDERFUL HOME OF HISTORY AND CHARM*** Dating from around 1750 and believed to have originally been a hunting lodge for Lord Yarborough, this fine Grade II listed residence stands elegantly within its wonderful parkland gardens which extend to approximately one acre in total. Presented to an impeccable standard throughout Pelham House has benefitted from later extensions and alterations to create one of the finest homes currently available in the region and discerning potential purchasers are advised to visit without delay.

The property is positioned in the heart of the highly regarded village of Barnoldby le Beck yet enjoys an excellent degree of seclusion and privacy courtesy of established hedgerow to the boundaries and the mature trees which define its setting. The house is cream colour washed under a principally slate roof and its western Georgian influenced facade is an aesthetic treasure.

Pelham House is effectively 'L' shaped in layout reflecting the changes made throughout its 250 year history and principal features of the accommodation include the impressive and welcoming Reception Hall with its stone fireplace, the superb 30'0 Drawing Room (formerly a Billiard Room we believe) and the lovely Sitting Room with a classic firesurround and recessed display shelves. The Dining Room has been designed to accommodate the largest of family dining tables whilst the Dining Kitchen is a real focal point of the home with high quality oak and cream cabinets, black granite work surfaces and an island unit with an integral adjoining dining table. Additional lobby areas, a Utility Room and a cellar provide great extra facilities and there is also a Cloakroom including a toilet and hand basin.

At first floor level there are two long landings which serve six bedrooms in total. The Gallery Landing in the western sector of the house is a joy to see in itself whilst the Master Bedroom benefits from its own ensuite Bathroom including a roll edge bath and a larger than average shower enclosure. The five further Bedrooms are all doubles with three featuring washbasins and two being linked by a door and short staircase, allowing them to be used as a suite by an independent teenager if required. A Family Bathroom and a Family Shower Room are accessed from the eastern landing making them a flexible facility for the occupants of the other five bedrooms.

Pelham House has the benefit of an oil fired central heating system, some double glazing and a security system. A triple car port provides sheltered parking whilst the gravelled courtyard area allows the parking of several vehicles.

In the Agents opinion the parkland gardens are undoubtedly one of Pelham House's most appealing assets. The lawns gently undulate under the canopy of the established trees whilst mature shrub and flower beds add colour and interest. The western terrace is fabulous for entertaining and the east facing courtyard garden is a private haven for sunny early morning breakfasts.

The prestigious village of Barnoldby le Beck is a delight in itself with The Ship, a popular Public House/Restaurant just a short stroll away. The larger village of Waltham is just a couple of minutes drive with its plethora of facilities and popular schools.

All in all Pelham House is a wonderful home of history and charm and any buyer will enjoy its 'Lord of the Manor' ambience and appeal. Viewing is essential.

EPC Rating - F

RECEPTION HALL 4.57m (15'0') x 5.18m (17'0')
A stunning entrance area featuring a classic stone fireplace with a matching hearth and an open fire grate. There is a herringbone pattern wood block floor, a column radiator and an arched window which looks out across the gardens.

DRAWING ROOM 9.14m (30'0') x 6.22m (20'5')
A magnificent principal sitting room again with a herringbone pattern wood block floor and an elegant white Adam style fireplace with an open fire grate. There are twin arched display recesses with cupboards beneath and the walls are part panelled to the side of the fireplace. Windows to two elevations allow plenty of natural light and there are three radiators and a useful storage cupboard.

Positioned adjacent to the main Reception Hall and from where the staircase with its delicate spindle balustrade leads to the first floor. Again there is a wood block floor and double doors open to the garden.

SITTING ROOM 4.65m (15'3') x 4.47m (14'8')
A delightful room of almost square proportions and featuring a traditional style oak firesurround with an arched cast iron inset and an open fire grate. There is a recessed display shelf and cupboard unit and a column radiator.

With a door opening to the staircase into the cellar which provides useful storage.

CLOAKROOM 2.64m (8'8') x 1.75m (5'9')
With panelled walls, a central heating radiator and a Cambridge Blue suite comprising a pedestal wash basin and a w.c.

With a central heating radiator and a cupboard with sliding doors.

DINING ROOM 9.58m (31'5') x 3.96m (13'0')
An excellent room capable of accommodating the largest of dining tables with an oak strip floor and wall light points. There is a rustic fireplace with a firebasket and a pine mantel and there are two central heating radiators and two cupboards.

DINING KITCHEN 6.05m (19'10') x 5.31m (17'5')
A beautifully presented kitchen featuring a combination of cream and oak wall and base cabinets with black granite work surfaces augmented by part wooden butchers block style work surfaces. There is an impressive 'fireplace' style recess designed to accommodate the range cooker and an integral dining table is linked to the granite topped island unit in the centre of the room. There is a double bowl Belfast type glazed sink and a slate tiled floor and double doors lead out into the courtyard garden. Windows to three elevations generate plenty of natural light and there are inset down lighters and two central heating radiators with decorative covers.

UTILITY/PANTRY 2.69m (8'10') x 1.88m (6'2')
A walk through area with provision for appliances and storage.

Two separate landings link together in an 'L' shape to serve all the bedrooms. The western gallery landing features a wood strip floor, wall lights and two central heating radiators and enjoys lovely views of the garden.

MASTER BEDROOM 6.40m (21'0') max x 5.56m (18'3') max
A beautiful room with windows to three elevations and large enough to accommodate elegant freestanding furniture. There are three central heating radiators and a door opens into the en-suite Bathroom.

ENSUITE BATHROOM 3.51m (11'6') x 1.93m (6'4')
A traditional style bathroom featuring a white suite comprising a freestanding roll edge bath on ball and claw feet, a pedestal washbasin and a w.c. There is a recessed shower cubicle housing the Victorian style chrome mixer shower and the bathroom walls are part panelled, concealing the radiator.

BEDROOM TWO 5.28m (17'4') max x 4.32m (14'2')
A lovely room with a white fireplace, a white washbasin set in a recess, a double wardrobe and a central heating radiator.

BEDROOM THREE 5.05m (16'7') x 3.96m (13'0')
Accessed from the eastern landing and with a central heating radiator and a short staircase and a door linking to Bedroom 4.

BEDROOM FOUR 4.65m (15'3') x 4.17m (13'8')
A well proportioned double bedroom with a white firesurround, twin recessed cupboards and a column radiator.

BEDROOM FIVE 4.32m (14'2') x 3.91m (12'10')
With panelled walls, a blue washbasin, a double wardrobe and a central heating radiator

BEDROOM SIX 4.52m (14'10') max x 3.48m (11'5') max
An irregular shaped bedroom with a grey washbasin and a central heating radiator.

SHOWER ROOM 2.74m (9'0') x 1.88m (6'2')
Half panelled and half tiled and with a white suite comprising a pedestal washbasin, a w.c, and a quadrant shaped shower cubicle with a chrome mixer shower. There is a heated towel warmer.

FAMILY BATHROOM 2.67m (8'9') x 1.83m (6'0')
Part tiled and featuring a white suite comprising a panel bath, a pedestal washbasin and a w.c. An airing cupboard houses the larger than average hot water cylinder and there is a central heating radiator.

TRIPLE CAR PORT/SHELTER 9.14m (30'0') x 5.18m (17'0')
An excellent triple bayed car port providing sheltered parking for three vehicles.

Pelham House stands within magnificent parkland gardens which extend to around one acre in total. The property is approached via a shared private driveway (which serves one other residence) and then through an electrically operated gateway to the gravelled courtyard. The courtyard area is enclosed and provides ample parking for several vehicles in addition to the facility of the triple car port. To the eastern side of the house there is a delightful gravelled courtyard garden with a central paved patio perfect for outdoor breakfasts as it adjoins the Dining Kitchen.

The principal garden area is positioned to the western side of Pelham House with sweeping lawns interspersed by mature trees of many varieties. A paved terrace runs along the western frontage of the house and is a wonderful spot for al-fresco entertaining as it enjoys a good degree of privacy and screening courtesy of established hedgerow, shrubs and trees. There is a 'hidden' storage/working area tucked away behind the car port, ideal for composting, garden sheds etc.

Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected.

Comprises radiators as detailed above connected to the oil fired boiler in the external boiler store.

Although principally single glazed the property does have the benefit of some secondary and primary double glazing.

A security system is installed.

North East Lincolnshire Council.

Our enquiries of the Local Authority indicate the property to be in Council Tax Band G.

Freehold � subject to Solicitors verification.

By appointment through the Agents on Grimsby 311000.