Aisthorpe Hall,

Aisthorpe, Lincoln, Lincolnshire LN1 2SG

Guide price  £960,000 (Sold Subject to Contract)

Sold Subject to Contract

DESCRIPTION

Lincoln - 7 miles Newark - 22 miles ((Direct train to Kings Cross 1 hour and 20 minutes)

Standing in stunning mature grounds of approximately 12.5 Acres, Aisthorpe Hall is a fine Grade II listed stone country residence, believed to date back to the late 17th Century. Situated in a rural and peaceful location within easy reach of the Cathedral City of Lincoln. This impressive property offers the rare chance to acquire a beautiful family home with an array of original features, high ceilings and ornate craftsmanship.

In more detail, the accommodation comprises grand entrance hall, formal dining room, reception room, kitchen, billiards room, music room and study to the ground floor with cellar and five bedrooms, one with en-suite to the first floor with further self-contained annexe to the rear of the property with separate access, comprising kitchen, living room, study area and three bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom.

Outside, the property is approached from the road via a long gravelled driveway flanked by mature trees with extensive formal gardens which navigate around the house with views over the adjoining countryside and an array of ancillary outbuildings including stable block and carriage house set within the grounds.

SITUATION

Aisthorpe lies approximately 7 miles north of the historic Cathedral City of Lincoln with views to the front elevation
towards rhe ridge. The village itself has access to a variety of good schooling including a primary school and award winning pub in Scampton with secondary schools available at Welton (William Farr C of E School), Gainsborough (Queen Elizabeth Grammar School) and Lincoln (The Priory LSST Academy). We would advise that you speak to the local Education Authority regarding availability of places. Further facilities are located in the nearby village of Ingham including a doctors surgery and village store, and there is a range of public houses locally too.

The highly regarded Lincoln Minster School, Cathedral Quarter, Cultural Quarter, Bailgate, Steep Hill, Eastgate Tennis Club and Lincoln County Hospital are all easily accessible. Lincoln is a vibrant University City offering a variety of facilities including an excellent choice of schools, shops, restaurants, public houses and leisure activities and provides two direct trains a day 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. Both Lincoln and Newark North Gate railway stations have a mainline link to London Kings Cross.

For access further afield, the A15 north provides easy access to the M180 motorway network and Humberside Airport, whilst
there is easy access west to the A1 at Markham Moor.

OUTSIDE

Aisthorpe Hall is approached via a long gravelled driveway, flanked by mature trees which leads to a stone pillared entrance with wrought iron gated access which in turn leads to a large gravelled driveway, providing ample parking leading to the main house. To the front and side elevations, there are extensive gardens, principally laid to lawn with an array of mature trees including Wellington Pine and Yew, with planted beds and herbaceous borders. Aisthorpe Hall has its very own cricket ground with pavillion and tennis court with far reaching views over the Lincolnshire Edge, a Jurassic limestone ridge.

To the North elevation, there is a separate gravelled driveway which runs past the side of the hall with further lawned gardens leading on to a stunning 18th Century stable block and carriage house, built of stone with pantile roof and original feature lantern with working clock. The stables include a tack room with three loose boxes and garage with twin hung timber doors and two further useful outbuildings, including a wood store and storage room which are accessed from the rear elevation. The stables could be converted into ancillary accommodation subject to gaining the necessary planning consent. There is also a further detached stone built garage with slate roof and two twin hung timber doors which provides power and lighting with further timber framed barn.

Attached to the rear of the hall, there are three outbuildings, including a generator room and two stores with an array of original features, including exposed timber beams and tessellated tiled flooring with water supply. One of the stores provides a stairwell rising to a landing area with two first floor rooms. The landing area is currently separated from the main house, although this could be knocked through to create further living accommodation.

BUYER IDENTITY CHECK

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) Regulations 2017. Further, when a property is for sale by tender, an ID check must be carried out before a tender can be submitted. We are most grateful for your assistance with this.

VIEWING

Viewing of this property is strongly recommended. If you would like to view the property, please contact a member of the agency team on 01522 504304.

AGENT

Ben Kendall
JH Walter LLP
1 Mint Lane, Lincoln, LN1 1UD
01522 504304
benkendall@jhwalter.co.uk

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