Guide price £329,000 (Sold Subject to Contract)
Originally commissioned by renowned artist Peter DeWint and his wife Harriet Hilton, Hilton House Lodge guards the boundary of the imposing Hilton House, which has been converted into luxury period apartments.
Lying in the lea of the battlement walls of Lincoln Castle, this stunning individual Grade II Listed detached period dwelling, enjoys a plethora of original features throughout its light and airy living space. Local legend hints at there being an original DeWint painting on one of the internal walls!
Accommodation briefly comprises of entrance hall, bay fronted reception room, bespoke kitchen, garden room, two double bedrooms and bathroom.
Outside enjoys walled and fenced principally south facing private gardens, with a covered arched walkway, mature trees and shrubbery along with an enclosed courtyard.
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. We are most
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