Park House, Main Drive

Sudbrooke, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN2 2QY

Guide price  £950,000


Lincoln - 5 miles Newark - 18 miles (Kings Cross 80 minutes)

Situated on a stunning and mature south facing plot within the sought-after village of Sudbrooke, Park House is a unique opportunity to secure substantial four/five bedroom detached family home of around 4,500 sq.ft which provides open plan living with well-proportioned rooms. Set within private grounds, the property provides light, spacious and versatile living accommodation and has been extended and remodelled by the current owners to create a fantastic family home with generous 42' reception room, a recently fitted kitchen and 33' snooker room which is ideal for entertaining.

Outside, Park House sits on a mature plot of around an acre with beautifully maintained south facing landscaped gardens, which back onto woodland with impressive entertaining area which incorporates a stunning oak framed covered outdoor kitchen area, with built-in wood-fired pizza oven and BBQ, a detached summer house which is ideal for entertaining, and private paved terrace with covered seating area leading off and ornamental pond.

To the front, there is a good-sized gravel driveway which provides ample parking, with double car port and a separate double gated access with further parking which is screened with mature hedging and established beds.


Park House is approached from the main road through the 18th century gate piers and passing a pair of 19th century brick and half-timber lodges (formally the gate houses for Sudbrooke Holme) and onto a quiet drive which in turn leads to a secure double gated access leading up to the property. To the front, there is a large gravelled driveway which provides ample parking with two bay oak framed car port leading off and a second set of double wooden gates which give access to another gravel driveway providing further parking with useful workshop and greenhouse.

There are lawned gardens to the front with part fenced and hedged boundaries with an array of planted beds and specimen trees and a paved pathway which leads up to the front door and around the property to separate side door.

The substantial gardens wrap around the property to the south and west elevations and are principally laid to lawn and surrounded by an array of mature trees, planted beds, shrubs and specimen trees with ornamental rockery and open woodland views to the rear in this tranquil and secluded setting.

A main feature is the outdoor entertaining area to the rear of the property which incorporates a stunning oak framed covered outdoor kitchen area with built-in wood-fired pizza oven and range of Outback' BBQ units with extractor fan, fridges and outdoor heaters. There is also a detached oak summer house and glazed veranda which is ideal for entertaining with sliding French doors which open onto a private paved terrace and further covered seating area with glass roof which is accessed from the main house with ornamental pond and water fountain, a hot tub area and views over the formal gardens.


Park House is situated in the sought-after village of Sudbrooke in a peaceful location within Sudbrooke Park which is accessed from the A158 through the 18th century gate piers and passing a pair of 19th century brick and half-timber lodges (formally the gate houses for Sudbrooke Holme). The village has a convenience store, Post Office and hairdresser in addition to the other local facilities available in neighbouring Nettleham, Scothern and Welton, which has the locally renowned William
Farr School. Additionally, Ellison Boulters, the local primary school, is rated Outstanding by Ofsted. There is also an excellent grammar school at Horncastle with a good bus link from Sudbrooke and the LSST Priory Academy in Lincoln (Please check with the schools themselves, or the Local Education Authority, for availability of places).

Lincoln lies about 5 miles away and offers the highly regarded Lincoln Minster School, Cathedral Quarter, Cultural Quarter, Bailgate, Steep Hill, the attractive Brayford Waterside area and Eastgate Tennis Club, County hospital and the BMI private hospital are all easily accessible. Lincoln is a vibrant University City offering a variety of facilities including colleges, shops, restaurants, public houses and leisure activities and provides direct daily trains 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.


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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