Guide price £1,950,000 (Sold Subject to Contract)
Lincoln - Situated just outside the Lincoln boundary London Kings Cross - Direct daily trains from Lincoln to London
Set in stunning, mature grounds of around 4 acres within the most sought after village, this outstanding Grade II Listed country residence originally dates from the late 18th Century and has been totally restored from the ground- up, over two and a half year period by the acclaimed team that re-built Harrington Hall. One of the finest residences to come to the market in the County of Lincolnshire, this substantial and imposing south facing stone built house with Westmorland slate roof, blends a wealth of character and period charm with modern fixtures and fittings offering 9,200 sq.ft. of light, spacious and versatile living space in total.
A significant further element to the property includes The Manor Lodge, a detached and converted single storey barn, currently used as office accommodation. The barn was converted into a two bedroom bungalow during the restoration of The Manor to house the owners, and whilst originally used as an office, this could easily be converted back. The accommodation also provides an array of useful outbuildings, two attached garages and a further large garage for machinery storage with ample parking with magnificent views over parkland.
Outside, The Manor House is approached from the road via a stunning driveway, flanked by mature trees which leads up to the property and a particulars feature are the superb grounds which navigate around the house, providing beautifully presented, private gardens, principally laid to lawn with flagstone terrace area and an abundance of specimen trees and a further separate paddock area leading of The Manor Lodge.
Situated to the rear of main property, The Manor Lodge is a part brick and stone built self-contained single storey annexe with pantile roof which can be accessed separately off Manor Lane providing an array of garaging and parking with large paddock area.
The accommodation briefly comprises entrance hall, dining room, living room, office, kitchen, bathroom and WC and could be used for a variety of uses including self-contained air-conditioned living accommodation or offices.
Outside, The Manor Lodge is accessed from Manor Lane via a separate tarmacadam driveway providing two single garages with electronically operated up and over doors with power and lighting. There is also a large attached workshop to the far side elevation with roller shutter doors, power, lighting and parking area. Leading on from The Lodge, there is a large separate paddock with part hedged and walled boundaries with an array of mature trees and a useful open bay dutch barn and timber clad building with hardstanding. The paddock was used for Helicopter access purposes for some years and is considered to have development potential for one or two dwellings subject to gaining the necessary planning consents.
The Manor House is approached from Main Street via a long sweeping private driveway flanked by trees through parkland
with stone walled boundaries to the main entrance and stunning south facing gardens of around 2 acres which are principally laid to lawn with an array of mature trees. The driveway leads up to a large gravelled area to the side of the property which provides excellent parking and in turn leads to the main door to the house.
To the West elevation, there is a stunning and secluded flagstone paved terrace area, ideal for summer entertaining with
landscaped formal gardens, principally laid to lawn with planted beds, well stocked borders and specimen trees. Leading off from the terrace area, there is a pathway which leads to a potting shed with glass roof and towards the rear of the house there
is an enclosed courtyard area with useful outbuildings and two separate pedestrianised gated access points which in turn lead
to The Manor Lodge. There is also a public access road to the house via Manor Lane which in turn leads to the rear of the property and also to The Manor Lodge.
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