Caradoc House, 13, Greetwell Road

Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN2 4AQ

Guide price  £1,100,000


Originally constructed for Mr TC Lazenby in 1877 and designed by William Watkins, this fine period villa with Dutch gables, nestling in .35 of an acre grounds, is believed to have been the first private dwelling house built on Greetwell Road.

Beautifully appointed accommodation, encompassing a wealth of original features, extends to some 4000 sq.ft. And briefly comprises, dramatic reception hall, three formal reception rooms, breakfast kitchen, study, utilty, cloakroom and cellars to
the ground floor, whilst an impressive open landing leads to five double bedrooms and two bathrooms on the first floor, along with a further two double bedrooms and bathroom to the second floor.

Outside cast iron gates lead to extensive parking courtyard and garaging, whilst principally walled, south facing, soft and hard landscaped gardens run to the rear with useful brick and pantile outbuildings,


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) Regulation
2017. Further, when a property is for sale by tender an I.D check must be carried out before a tender can be submitted.
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