Attractive stone five bedroom grade II listed family house in the heart of this sought after village with double garage and walled garden.
Manor Farm is an attractive stone five bedroom grade II listed family house laid out over two floors in the heart of this sought after village on the outskirts of Lincoln. The property is beautifully presented throughout and offers an excellent range of reception rooms ideal for entertaining with a wealth of period features including exposed beams and stonework.
In more detail the accommodation comprises large entrance hall, double aspect drawing room with fireplace and log burner, dining room with fireplace and log burner and door to WC. The double aspect kitchen has a good range of wall and base units with granite worktops and integrated appliances, an Aga with matching free standing fridge and freezer, central island and utility room. The kitchen is open through to the charming breakfast room which is set into a bay window and in turn leads to the study/home office with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams and the spacious and comfortable sitting room and another WC.
The first floor is accessed via two staircases, there is a principal bedroom with en suite shower room, guest bedroom with en suite, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Outside the property is approached via electric gates which lead to a large gravel driveway with parking for several vehicles and access to the detached stone double garage with a games room/office above. The landscaped gardens with walled boundaries which are mostly laid to lawn with planted beds, borders and box hedging with pretty pathways which navigate around the house. Beyond the main garden, there is a delightful paved seating area, ideal for entertaining with pergola and outside lighting and an array of specimen trees and hedging.
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This is a very special stone house which has the most welcoming aura, I especially like the kitchen breakfast room and the amazing study with its vaulted ceiling and exposed beamsRoo Fisher