Guide price £925,000
Lincoln - 22 miles Market Rasen - 6 miles Grimsby - 19 miles
Set in a quiet rural location and with stunning views over the adjoining countryside, Beasthorpe House is a delightful agricultural holding comprising an attractive 19th century four bedroom dwelling set in mature grounds with 27 acres (sts) of pasture land, an extensive range of stables, workshops, outbuildings and picturesque lake surrounded by mature trees.
Principal accommodation briefly comprises reception room, dining room, open plan kitchen/ diner, utility and shower room to the ground floor, with four bedrooms, study area and family bathroom to the first floor.
Outside, there are approximately 27 acres of pasture land, and an extensive range of stables, workshops, fenced paddocks, lake and mature private gardens
Original solid wood door with glazed window above. Stairs rising to first floor landing. Radiator and under stairs storage cupboard.
Double glazed vertical sliding sash windows to front and side. Feature open fireplace housing cast iron log burner with wooden
mantle and tiled surround, ornate cornicing and two radiators.
Double glazed vertical sliding sash windows to front and side. Feature open fireplace with ornate surround housing cast iron
grate, ornate cornicing and two radiators.
Double glazed French doors leading to gardens, double glazed vertical sliding sash windows to side and rear. Bespoke kitchen comprising a range of wall and base units with solid wood work tops, stainless steel sink and drainer with spring pull down mixer tap, integrated Bosch oven and grill, integrated fridge, breakfast island with drawers under, integrated microwave and four ring induction hob with pop up plug socket, large AGA with four ovens, wood effect flooring, ornate cornicing and two radiators.
Part tiled comprising a range of base units with stainless steel sink and drainer, space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer, tiled flooring.
Window to side. Fully tiled with shower and large head.
Comprising WC and wash hand basin.
Housing boiler unit.
Feature original sash windows to rear. Original staircase with wooden balustrades, ornate cornicing, access to loft
space and radiator.
Double glazed vertical sliding sash windows to side. Cast iron fireplace, bespoke fitted wardrobes, ornate cornicing and two radiators.
Double glazed vertical sliding sash windows to front and side. Cast iron fireplace, bespoke fitted wardrobes, ornate cornicing,
Double glazed vertical sliding sash windows to front. Bespoke fitted wardrobes with desk, ornate cornicing and two radiators.
Double glazed vertical sliding sash windows to side. Cast iron fireplace, ornate cornicing and radiator.
Double glazed vertical sliding sash windows to side. Comprising traditional roll top bath with chrome legs,
corner shower cubicle, low level WC, wash hand basin and two radiators with airing cupboard.
Double glazed vertical sash window to front elevation.
Beasthorpe House is approached from Thornton Road via a long shared lane which in turn leads to a private driveway, flanked by fenced paddocks trees running up to the main house. To both side elevations of the house there are mature landscaped gardens, principally laid to lawn with raised beds and borders, surrounded by mature trees with integral garage comprising power, light and hardstanding to the side. To the North of the house, there are further gardens, principally laid to lawn with vegetable gardens, a greenhouse and picturesque lake, surrounded by mature trees to the East elevation.
Further to the North, there is a gated access point which leads to a yard with hardstanding area and an array of useful outbuildings, including four timber framed stables with tack room, rug room and feed store, a four bay steel portal framed workshop, two steel portal frame sheds (75 x 40ft) with additional stables and hay barn with two further stables. There are also two further gated access points which lead to the approximately 27 acres of pasture land with secure stock fencing, hedged boundaries and stunning views over the adjoining countryside.
Thornton le Moor is a small hamlet 6 miles north west of the market town of Market Rasen, providing a variety of amenities
including a choice of schools, the renowned Caistor Grammar school is within catchment area, Market Rasen racecourse, doctors surgery, nursery, sports clubs and selection of shops. Ideally situated for commuting with excellent road links to the A1 and M180. Market Rasen also has its own railway station and is on the Grimsby - Newark line offering connecting train lines to London and Edinburgh. Humberside Airport is also approx 16 miles away. Lincoln, a vibrant University City offers a variety of facilities including an excellent choice of schools, shops, restaurants, public houses and leisure activities is also situated 15 miles away.
From Market Rasen take the A46 road north towards Caistor and turn left after approximately 3 ½ miles at the signpost
to North Owersby. Proceed into North Owersby and at the crossroads turn right towards South Kelsey. Follow this road
for approximately 1 ½ miles and turn left along the shared Lane towards Beasthorpe House. Continue for approximately ½ mile
and Beasthorpe House can be found on the right hand side.
West Lindsey District Council: 01427 676676
We are advised by West Lindsey District Council that the council tax is in Band F.
Freehold. For Sale by private treaty.
Mains water, electric and oil.
All curtains, fixtures, fittings and garden ornaments are not included in the sale unless mentioned in these particulars. The
two chandeliers in the reception hall are included in the sale.
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.
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