Superb Residential Farm in the Lincolnshire Fens.
Asperton Farmhouse sits in the Lincolnshire Fens to the south of Boston and west of Spalding on the edge of the small hamlet of Asperton and to the west of the larger village of Wigtoft in a rural area. The larger village of Sutterton lies to the south and has a range of amenities including village shop and public house.
The village of Wigtoft is well located providing good access to Boston and the A17 with wider motorway connections by the A16. Spalding and Boston have a good range of amenities as expected for large towns. To the north is the train station of Swineshead providing regular services to Lincoln and Boston, Grantham lies on the east coast mainline with fast trains to London taking 1 hour 15 minutes.
The property benefits from proximity to both Spalding and Boston Grammar schools and The Kings School Peterborough. Further west there are a number of highly regarded private schools including Stamford, Oakham, Oundle and Uppingham.
Asperton Farmhouse is an attractive residential farm
comprising a traditional farmhouse, range of modern farm
buildings and a concrete yard area. The property benefits
from a courtyard and parking to the rear of the farmhouse
and buildings for general storage with a delightful garden
wrapping around the farmhouse. Further land is available by
separate negotiation should a purchaser desire. The property
is perfectly suited for hobby agricultural, equestrian or
The property is constructed of stone and brick with render, beneath a slate roof. The farmhouse is a wonderful property having the advantage of southerly aspects with well proportioned gardens and grounds, sheltered by outbuildings. The accommodation consists of four large double bedrooms, family bathroom with bath and ensuite to the master bedroom.
The ground floor comprises entrance hallway, utility, kitchen, dining room with original stove, two large reception rooms with south facing aspects and open fireplaces. The house has maintained many traditional features with a tasteful, muted colour scheme chosen throughout to enhance the property in keeping with its age and character, creating a unique ambience.
To the side of the property is a beautifully kept garden with a wide variety of plants, shrubs and a large lawn. The property is heated via oil central heating.
Immediately to the rear of the farmhouse are two small buildings these have been previously used for storage, garaging and a workshop. These are accessed directly through the farmhouse entrance.
To the north of the farmhouse is a concrete yard area with three farm buildings extending to approximately 10,310 sq ft. The yard benefits from two accesses directly from Asperton Road both access points are suitable for HGV's and large tractors. The two enclosed modern farm buildings are currently used as grain stores and both benefit from on floor drying capabilities.
Grain store one as shown on the plan is constructed from a steel frame, cement fibre roofing, thrust grain walling and roller shutter door with on floor drying. Adjoining grain store one is a steel framed lean to with profile cladding and extends to seven bays. Grain store two is constructed from concrete block work walling externally with thrust grain walling internally, cement fibre roofing and on floor grain drying.
The buildings and yard area offer opportunity for alternative uses away from agriculture subject to relevant planning permissions being obtained. The three agricultural buildings in total extend to approximately 10,310 sq ft.
In addition to the property shown on the sale plan further land might be available to purchase by separate negotiation.
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