Guide price £1,755,000
Scopwick House, Barns & Ancillary Dwellings
Currently part of the Blankney Estate and set in approximately 6 acres, nestling on the fringe of the popular village of Scopwick, this imposing stone country dwelling and associated buildings has been in the same custodianship since the late 1930s.
Now benefiting from a sympathetic planning scheme, this prestigious heritage development opportunity briefly comprises of the principal 11,000 sq.ft. Scopwick House, with planning to convert into two dwellings, a superb range of Grade II Listed limestone barns of some 15,000 sq.ft., with planning to create four conversions.
Gardeners Cottage, a detached stone dwelling with planning to extend, The Paddock with planning permission to replace with a substantial new build, along with a further cottage with planning to extend.
Each property will enjoy extensive grounds and garaging facilities.
Available as a whole or individual lots
Originally commissioned for Henry Chaplin of Blankney Hall circa 1820, this fine example of Georgian architecture, with later Victorian additions, is a capacious limestone country dwelling of some 11,000 sq.ft. And offers the opportunity to create two stunning homes, both benefitting from extensive accommodation along with substantial mature south facing grounds.
Entrance hall leading to inner hall, circa 27ft. Sitting room, 20ft. Dining room, breakfast kitchen, back kitchen, utility, pantry, laundry room and cellars to the ground floor, with four double bedrooms, two en suite, and family bathroom to the first floor, with a further double bedroom to the second floor, set in grounds of some 1.2 of an acre.
Dramatic reception hall, circa 27ft drawing room, 20ft kitchen family room, along with two further reception rooms to the ground floor, whilst to the first floor, an impressive landing leads to four double bedrooms, two en-suite and family bathroom. In grounds of some 0.9 of an acre.
Alternatively the property would create a superb boutique hotel or luxury bed and breakfast.
A substantial range of Grade II Listed barns of some 15,000 sq.ft., planning to convert into four dwellings, with private gardens, parking areas and grounds of some 0.5 of an acre each.
Entrance hall, reception room, open plan dining kitchen, utility, bedroom three with en suite, bedroom four, office, bathroom and cloakroom to the ground floor, whilst to the first floor is a master bedroom with en suite and further double bedroom with en suite.
Entrance hall, open plan living kitchen, family room, study, bedroom four with en suite, bedroom three, family bathroom and utility to the ground floor, whilst to the first floor is a master bedroom with en suite along with a further double bedroom also with en suite.
Entrance hall, two large reception rooms, study, breakfast kitchen, bedroom four with en suite, utility and cloakroom to the ground floor, whilst to the first floor is a master bedroom with en suite, two further bedrooms and family bathroom.
Entrance Hall, open plan living kitchen, second reception, two double bedrooms with en suite facilities, home office, utility and stores to the ground floor, along with three bedrooms, en-suite to master and family bathroom to the first floor.
Formerly home to the estates gardener, this detached limestone dwelling now benefits from planning to extend into a delightful family home of some 2,293 sq.ft., nestling in grounds of approximately 1 acre.
The reconfigured and extended accommodation would briefly comprise of, two formal reception rooms, open plan kitchen family room, utility and cloakroom to the ground floor, with four bedrooms, master en suite and family bathroom to the first floor..
Whilst currently a detached bungalow, planning has been granted to replace with a more sympathetic and substantial detached two storey dwelling of some 2,335 sq.ft nestling in grounds of approximately 1 acre with detached garaging.
Once complete the newly created accommodation will briefly comprise of reception hall, reception room, open plan dining kitchen, utility, pantry and cloakroom to the ground floor, whilst to the first floor a spacious landing leads to master bedroom
with dressing room and en suite, three further double bedrooms and family bathroom.
This bijou stone dwelling has permission to sympathetically extend in order to create a single storey home with accommodation briefly comprising of entrance hall, lounge/dining room, kitchen, master bedroom with en suite, second double bedroom and shower room.
North Kesteven District Council: 01529 414155
Planning No. 17/0573/FUL
Full plans available from the agent
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