Ingham House, Church Hill

Ingham, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN1 2YG

Guide price  £1,100,000 (Sold Subject to Contract)

Sold Subject to Contract


Lincoln 8 - miles Newark - 26 miles (London Kings Cross - 80 mins)

Situated in this most sought after location and with far reaching open field views, Ingham House is a stunning south facing Georgian family home of around 7,600 sq.ft Arranged over three floors and built of Lincolnshire stone, this impressive property offers the rare opportunity to acquire a substantial country home which blends a wealth of period charm with contemporary fixtures and fittings with bespoke handcrafted kitchen, high ceilings, exposed timber beams and under floor heating.

The recent renovation has focussed on making the home environmentally and financially sustainable whilst painstakingly preserving the period character. The current owners have comprehensively insulated the home, installed biomass heating, a heat recovery system and a ground based solar photovoltaic array. At the current time the house generates a net revenue after running costs.

The accommodation comprises entrance hall, kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, reception room, sitting room, study, library, pantry, WC, boot room and utility room to the ground floor, with five bedrooms, including a master bedroom with dressing area and en-suite bathroom, study, family bathroom and shower room to the first floor with two further bedrooms, one with en-suite, games room and snug to the second floor.

Outside, the property sits in around 2 acres (sts) with beautifully presented mature landscaped gardens including a delightful terrace area with private courtyard, an array of useful outbuildings and detached triple garage with ample parking.


Ingham House lies approximately 8 miles north of the historic Cathedral City of Lincoln on the edge of the village with views
open field views to the front elevation towards the ridge top. The village offers a good range of amenities including Doctors'
Surgery, Village Church, Primary School with a good OFSTED rating, local playing field, play park, shop and public houses. There is also a local Village Hall and tennis court. There is also a primary school and award winning pub in the nearby village of Scampton with secondary schools available at Welton (William Farr C of E School), Gainsborough (Queen Elizabeth Grammar School) and Lincoln (The Priory LSST Academy). We would advise that you speak to the local Education
Authority regarding availability of places. The highly regarded Lincoln Minster School, Cathedral Quarter, Cultural Quarter, Bailgate, Steep Hill, Eastgate Tennis Club and BMI Lincoln Hospital are all easily accessible. Lincoln is a vibrant University City offering a variety of facilities including an excellent choice of schools, shops, restaurants, public houses and leisure activities and provides two direct trains a day to London Kings Cross, with further regular connections to Newark-on- Trent which has connections to London by train of approximately 1 hour 20 minutes with very good roads links via the A46, A1 and A17. Both Lincoln and Newark North Gate railway stations have a mainline link to London Kings Cross. For access further afield, the A15 north provides easy access to the M180 motorway network and Humberside Airport, whilst there is easy access west to the A1 at Markham Moor.


The house benefits from a ground based solar photovoltaic array located at a distance from the house to preserve the aesthetic of the property. It generates circa 10MWh per annum, saving circa £525 on electricity bills and currently generating a revenue of £1370 per annum through the Feed In Tariff and electricity export to the national grid.

The Austrian made biomass boiler currently generates an annual revenue of £8169 through the Domestic Renewable Heat
Incentive. All rooms are served by a mechanical ventilation and heat recovery system that is situated in the loft. This recycles waste heat and supplies filtered fresh air throughout the house.

The house has also been prepared for the future installation of a rainwater harvesting system. The house is further fitted with Category 5 cabling and power for wall mounted televisions in most rooms, external cctv on all aspects, two EV charging points and a three phase electrical supply.


Please note that prior to acceptance of any offer, JHWalter are required to verify the identity of the buyer to comply with the
requirements of the Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds (Information on the Payer) Regulations 2017. Further, when a property is for sale by tender, an ID check must be carried out before a tender can be submitted. We are most grateful for your assistance with this.


Ben Kendall

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