Chapel Street, Haconby, Bourne, Lincolnshire, PE10 0UL | Property for sale | Savills
1,553 sq ft(144.28 sq m)
Offers over £525,000

Chapel StreetHaconby, Bourne, Lincolnshire, PE10 0UL

    Key features

    • Four bedroom detached chalet-bungalow home
    • Stables, ménage, winter hard standing and approximately 1.5 acres of paddocks
    • Annexe potential and garaging
    • Village location
    • Easily can be used for multi purposes including garden
    • Spalding Station (15 miles) and Mainline Rail Networks from Peterborough connect to London Kings Cross and St Pancras International (1 hour).

    A charming, detached four bedroomed chalet-bungalow set within the peaceful village of Haconby, with annexe accommodation, stabling, arena and paddocks, set within approximately 1.5 acres.

    About this property

    • Known as Field View, this charming, detached chalet-bungalow is set within the peaceful village of Haconby. With annexe accommodation, stabling and paddocks, the property is set back on a good-sized plot within established grounds of approximately 1.5 acres and offers flexible usage options (STPP).

      The accommodation comprises four bedrooms, three reception rooms and two bathrooms with the main house. The annexe provides further accommodation with options for either separate living or office space and includes an integral garage. Outside, there are three stables, a ménage, winter hard standing and paddocks.

      An entrance porch leads into the central hallway providing access sleeping quarters which include three light and airy double bedrooms and through to the stairs which ascends to the double aspect principal bedroom and a four-piece family bathroom.

      From the central hall, the living room with feature fireplace leads through sliding doors into the large conservatory which provides flexible accommodation and leads into the garden. Off the sitting there is ample storage in a lobby utility space which also flows through a second family bathroom with a three-piece shower room.

      The well-appointed kitchen has plenty of storage and worktop space, with inbuilt induction hob and two ovens it has space for a dishwasher and washing machine. Next door is the dining room and inner hall, which could be knocked through, subject to planning, to create a much larger open plan kitchen/dining/living room.

      Annexe and Garage

      Outside the annexe and garage provides further accommodation. The downstairs living area, currently used as a tack room, has a shower room, and leads up to a bedroom or office space above.


      Set behind two gated entrances, the large wrap-around driveway provides ample parking, of which to the righthand side of the property has been specifically re-enforced to accommodate the weight of a larger vehicle/horse box (approx. two tons).

      To the rear of the property is a stable yard by 'Scotts of Thrapston' with three fully stock boarded stables, each with electric supply and separate fuse box. There is an additional space, which could be used for storage, currently being used as an additional stable for a mini horse. The larger one currently set up as a foaling stable and could easily be used as storage. A winter hard standing leads to a purpose-built floodlit silica sand and rubber rectangular training ménage (approx. 20m x 40m) ideal for schooling or dressage, with a full set of mirrors by 'Mirrors for Training'. There is a lean-to open storage area for hay and straw, beyond this are fully fenced paddocks with water supply to maintain the troughs.

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    Brilliantly set up, this property has everything you would want to keep the horses at home, with the ménage as well as the abundance of bridleways and hacks nearby. The annexe/garage is fantastic opportunity for guests or for business potential.

    Victoria ShortProperty agent

    Local information

    • Located in the small Lincolnshire village of Haconby, with the 13th Century St Andrew's Church and the ‘Hare & Hounds' public house, with amenities, including shops and a post office, within the neighbouring village of Morton. For those who enjoy walks in fresh air, there are lots of parks as well as numerous paths for walking and cycling in the atmospheric ancient woodland in Bourne Woods.
    • Bourne is just 4 miles away, offering a great selection of supermarkets and restaurants along with a host of community events including music, theatre and community projects.
    • Well position, the property has fantastic access to A15 and A52 to Spalding (15.5 miles), Peterborough (20 miles), Leicester (43 miles), and Nottingham (45 miles). There is also a local bus services, and Spalding Station (15 miles) and Mainline Rail Networks from Peterborough connect to London Kings Cross and St Pancras International (1 hour).

    Additional information

    • Fixture & Fittings: Only those mentioned in these sale particulars are included in the sale. All others such as curtains, light fittings and garden ornaments are specifically excluded but may be available by separate negotiation.
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E