Sea Dyke Way, Marshchapel


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Grimsby, Lincolnshire


Potential redevelopment/investment project Comprising a house, former butcher’s shop with garage, detached bake house/store and former fish& chip shop. Enlarged 3 bedroomed living accommodation Vacant shop Significant potential subject to planning consent Site approx. acres EPC: Butcher’s shop – E, Accommodation – F, Fish & Chip shop – C

Tenure: Unknown

Location -

The property is found on the main thoroughfare of Marshchapel, forming part of the east coast visitors’ route between Grimsby and Skegness in an attractive rural Lincolnshire village, some 11 miles south-east of Grimsby, and 13 miles north-east of the market town of Louth on the coastal strip and includes an established village store/post office, a primary school, a public house, licenced restaurant and St Mary’s Church.

House -

Formerly 2 semi-detached houses, converted to offer enlarged accommodation as follows:-

Entrance Hallway -

With half glazed timber door and access to:-

Living Room -

Approx. 3.89m x 3.75m (12’8” x 12’3”) plus bay window to frontage, including PVCu double glazing, open brick fireplace, radiator and door to:-

Through Room -

Approx. 5m x 6.5m (16’4” x 21’4”) on an overall basis, plus bay window to frontage, open brick fire place, and wide archway to:

Rear Dining Room -

Approx. 5m x 2.7m (16’4” x 8’9”) with PVCu double glazed doors and side screens and radiator.

Enlarged Kitchen/diner -

Approx. 6.2m x 4.23m, (20’4” x 13’9”) including matching base and wall cupboards with oak worktops, butler’s sink, breakfast bar, electric hob and oven, an oil-fired Raeburn cooker/central heating system, PVCu double glazed door and side screens and 3 radiators and pantry.

Utility -

Approx. 3m x 2.6m (9’8” x 8’5”)

Bedroom 1 -

Approx. 3.9m x 3.5m, (12’8” x 11’5”) with PVCu double glazed window and chimney breast.

Bedroom 2 -

4.95m x 4.56m (16’3” x 15’) (overall) being “L” shaped on the frontage with radiator, PVCu double glazed window, wardrobes along one wall and access to:-

En Suite Off -

Approx. 2.17m x 2.04m, (7’1” x 6’7”) including shower cubicle, vanity unit and base, WC, PVCu double glazed window, radiator and tiled walls.

Bedroom 3 -

Approx. 2.14m x 5.6m (7’ x 18’4”) to rear, originally 2 bedrooms with 2 windows, radiator and large airing cupboard

Bathroom -

Approx. 2.11m x 1.99m (6’9” x 6’5”) to rear, with pine boarded walls, enclosed bath with hand held shower fitting, pedestal hand basin, WC, PVCu double glazed window at rear, and radiator

Former Butcher's Shop -

Approx. 3.7m x 7.3m, (12’2” x 24’) with traditional shop front and side door and part tiled walls.

Preparation Area -

Approx. 3.6m x 1.7m (11’8” x 5’6”), with 2 hand basins.

Attached Double Garage -

Approx. 4.5m x 5.9m (14’8” x 19’4”) (maximum) with up and over door and door from kitchen.

Cold Store/bakery -

Approx. 60.3 m²/649 ft², (14’8” x 19’4”) on a gross internal basis.

Former Fish & Chip Shop -


Out Sales Prep Area -

Approx. 3.69m x 6.76m (12’1” x 22’3”)

Potato Room -

Approx. 2.65 x 2.45m (8’7” x 8’1”) with part tiled walls and floor drainage.

Outside -

There is a wide frontage to the main highway, separate accesses and forecourts to the living accommodation, the butcher’s shop and the fish & chip shop, with gardens to the rear laid to grass and boundaries clearly identified. Subject to site survey, the overall plot is in the order of 0.24 acres/ 0.09 hectares.

Services -

Mains electricity, water and drainage connected, the residential accommodation is heated by way of an oil-fired central heating system and the programmable Raeburn stove. There is an LPG tank in the rear garden serving the fish & chip shop. Subject to confirmation with Anglian Water Authority, we believe there may be a natural spring in the rear garden, which has been piped.

Assessment -

From enquiry of the Valuation Office Agency web-site, we understand the property has the following assessments:-

Residential Accommodation: Council Tax Band C
The Former Butcher’s Shop RV: £2000
Fish & Chip Shop RV: £1900

The charging authority is East Lindsey District Council.

Tenure -


General Remarks -

This interesting property has potential for a variety of uses and could, subject to appropriate consents and approvals, be suitable for residential conversion, or investment purposes. The living accommodation, the butcher’s shop and the fish & chip shop have all been let in the past and there may be scope for reconfiguring the living accommodation, which originally comprised 2 separate dwellings.

Vat -

Would purchasers please note that all figures or prices quoted are net of VAT unless otherwise specifically stated.

Viewing -

Strictly by appointment with the Grimsby office on 01472 362020.

Measurements -

Measurements are approximate with the metric conversion shown in brackets, taken wall to wall unless otherwise indicated

Disclaimer -

Notice is hereby given that these particulars are set out for the guidance of proposed purchasers and, although due care is taken in their preparation and they are believed to be correct, proposed purchasers must not rely on them as statements of fact and must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to their correctness. These particulars are issued on the understanding that all negotiations are carried out through the agents Turner Evans Stevens but they do not constitute an offer or contract. Any price quoted in these particulars is subject to contract. No person employed by Turner Evans Stevens Limited has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property.

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