Fairview House, Sutton-cum-Beckingham, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5 0RE | Property for sale | Savills
9.50 Ac(3.84 Ha)
Guide price £995,000

Fairview HouseSutton-cum-Beckingham, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5 0RE

  • Under offer
  • Freehold

Key features

  • Charming four bedroom period property
  • Tucked away at the end of a country lane with beautiful views on all sides
  • Gardens and grounds of about 9.5 acres
  • Equestrian facilities, including ménage and indoor crew with 10 stalls, tack room and wash bay
  • Three bedroom self-contained annexe
  • Proximity to both Newark and Grantham

A fabulous equestrian opportunity, comprising 10 stables in an American-style barn, land of about 9.5 acres, a four-bedroom Victorian home and a detached annexe.

About this property

  • Providing an exciting opportunity for both professional and amateur equestrians alike is this fantastic country residence situated within about 9.5 acres of paddocks, gardens and woodland. The property is fully equipped, with a fantastic detached barn fitted with stables and storage, and is surrounded by mostly level grazing and an all-weather menage. The facilities make it suitable for a professional or leisure rider, sales livery or training, young stock or to be run as a livery yard. The property also includes a substantial detached Victorian family home with four double bedrooms, a detached three-bedroom annexe, ideal for staff accommodation, plus over an acre of well-established gardens.

    The Victorian family home was built in 1880 and is classically Victorian, featuring red brick elevations and tall sash windows, solid wood floors and doors and cast iron and brick fireplaces. The house is generously proportioned throughout, offering more than 3000 sq ft of space and a variety of reception spaces, making it ideal for busy family life. The accommodation has a traditional layout, with an entrance hall running through the centre of the house. leading to a formal sitting room and separate dining room, a snug, kitchen and conservatory. To the rear there is a later addition comprising a boot room, cloakroom, utility and a garden store. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms and four bath/shower rooms, including a principal suite with dressing room and en suite. The property offers fantastic potential for further development. Separate to the main house there is a detached annexe comprising three bedrooms, a reception room, kitchen and bathroom.

    Fairview House is situated on a good size plot, surrounded by about 1.5 acres of mature gardens including formal lawns, well-established borders, a large paved terrace to the rear, a water feature and an ornamental pond with a glazed summerhouse. The gravel in-and-out driveway comfortably accommodates a number of vehicles, and there is a useful car port and workshop.

    The equestrian facilities are extensive: there is an American-style barn fitted with 10 looseboxes, all with automatic waterers, a tack room and a wash bay. There are about nine acres of grazing paddocks and an all-weather menage.

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This is a wonderful family home that ticks so many boxes and all in a village that is less than seven miles to Newark Northgate with its direct trains to London in approximately 75 minutes, I especially like the views across open countryside

Roo FisherProperty agent

Local information

  • Sutton is a small hamlet approximately 1.4 miles south of the pretty village of Beckingham. The village is surrounded by stunning Lincolnshire countryside and sits on the river Witham, with a Grade I-listed parish church dating to the 13th century. Sir William Robertson Academy is the closest secondary school, located approximately six miles away.
  • Beckingham is approximately five miles east of the market town of Newark-on-Trent, with its hospital, superstores and other daily amenities, and 19 miles south of the historic cathedral city of Lincoln. These provide many practical and cultural amenities, including a comprehensive range of shops, restaurants, theatre, cinemas and highly regarded schools.
  • Rail stations in both towns provide direct links to London, with a journey time of approximately one hour and twenty minutes, while the A17 and A1 are also easily accessible.
  • Disclaimer: All journey times and distances are approximate.

Additional information

  • As the land includes pasture land, purchasers should benefit from a lower rate of SDLT.
  • Mains Water
  • Electricity
  • Private Drainage
  • Central Heating: Oil Fired
  • Local Authority: North Kesteven District
  • Photographs Taken: October 2023
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F