KEY FACTS FOR BUYERS
Bourne, PE10
An Analysis of This Property & The Local Area
Key Features
Property Type
Detached
Bedrooms
4 Bedrooms
Bathrooms
2 Bathrooms
Outside Space
Approx 1/2 Acre
Parking
Extensive Parking
Key Details
Floor Area
1,280.91 ft2
119.00 m2
Plot Size
Council Tax
Band B
£1,494.76 (min) pa
Flood Risk
Very Low
Conservation Area
No
Land Registry
Tenure
Freehold
Title Number
LL121485
Mobile, Broadband & TV
Estimated Broadband Speeds
Standard - 4 mbps
Mobile Signal (based on calls indoors)
EE
O2
3 (Three)
Vodafone
Cable/Satellite TV Availability
BT:
Sky:
Virgin:
Street View
Satellite Image
The EPC report provides performance data to help you understand the property’s energy efficiency, and can also provide useful additional data regarding power outlets, glazing, hotwater and heating throughout the property.
EPC

Energy rating

D

IRNHAM ROAD, HAWTHORPE, PE10

Valid until 01.11.2031

Your energy rating is D(67) and your potential is B(89) A B C D E F G 92+ 81-91 69-80 55-68 39-54 21-38 1-20 Score Energy rating Current Potential 67 | D 89 | B
Additional EPC Data
Property Type: Bungalow Lighting: Low energy lighting in 29% of fixed outlets
Built Form: Detached Main Heating: Boiler and radiators, oil
Transaction Type: Marketed sale Main Heating Controls: Programmer, TRVs and bypass
Total Floor Area: 118.61 m2 Open Fireplaces: 1
Energy Tariff: Single Hotwater System: From main system
Main Fuel: Oil (not community) Hotwater Energy Efficiency: Average
Mains Gas: No Floors: Solid, no insulation (assumed)
Floor Level: - Walls: Sandstone, as built, no insulation (assumed)
Flat Top Storey: No Walls Energy: Very Poor
Top Storey: 0 Roof: Roof room(s), no insulation (assumed)
Glazing Type: Double glazing installed during or after 2002 Roof Energy: Very Poor
Previous Extensions: 1 Ventilation: Natural
Most Recent Local Applications

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Average price changes for PE10
Detached
+ 72.65%
Semi-Detached
+ 69.97%
Terraced
+ 64.21%
Flat
+ 44.91%
Education Level
Nursery
Primary
Secondary / College
Primary / Secondary
Pin Colour Key (Based on inspection body ratings)
Highest
Lowest
Not Rated
Independent
Bus Stops/Stations
Pin Name Distance
Demand Responsive Area 0.01 miles
Rookery Farm 0.05 miles
Rookery Farm 0.06 miles
Altaya 0.07 miles
Altaya 0.07 miles
National Rail Stations
Pin Name Distance
Rauceby Rail Station 10.43 miles
Ancaster Rail Station 11.19 miles
Grantham Rail Station 9.48 miles
Trunk Roads/Motorways
Pin Name Distance
A1(M) J17 21.71 miles
A1(M) J16 23.84 miles
A1(M) J15 29 miles
A1(M) J14 32.78 miles
A1(M) J13 33.68 miles
Airports/Helipads
Pin Name Distance
Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport 50.4 miles
Robin Hood Doncaster Sheffield Airport 50.68 miles
East Midlands Airport 36.8 miles
Cambridge Airport 50.56 miles
About Quentin Marks
I opened my first Quentin Marks branch back in 1997, having previously worked in the industry for a national corporate company.

My aim when opening the doors for the first time, was to deliver the very best customer service, and to achieve the best possible price for our clients’ properties. Now, some 22+ years on, that ethos hasn’t altered, despite the many changes we have seen since then.

Many people think that our role is simply to find a buyer for their property – in fact we do so much more ! Once a sale has been agreed it is vital that we liaise with all parties, including solicitors and mortgage advisors right up to and beyond the point of exchange of contracts to ensure that both buyer and seller reach a mutually agreeable completion date.

We predominantly sell property in Cambridgeshire & Lincolnshire with our core selling areas being Peterborough & surrounding villages, and Bourne & surrounding villages.

Our experienced friendly teams will be pleased to assist you with your property requirements. They have an extensive knowledge of their local areas so should be pleased to assist with general information about the locality too. Call them up and have a chat !
Testimonial 1
Fantastic company to deal with. Bought our house through them 8 years ago. It was by no means an easy transaction but they percevered with good humour. Very community spirited, grounded and interested in your personal story. Super people.
Testimonial 2
Sold my Mother in laws bungalow during a pandemic with all safety guides followed.
Polite, efficient and with an excellent understanding of the local area
Testimonial 3
Bought a house from Quentin, always available for calls.
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