A handsome five/six family home with period features in a sought-after village.
This substantial house is believed to date back to the 16th century and has been significantly extended over the years to achieve a flexible layout well suited to the demands of family life. The detached property sits in an impressive plot with a spacious south facing garden which includes an orchard. The home extends to approx. 3375 sq ft and enjoys many original features, including large windows at the front of the house, feature fireplaces, parquet flooring and wooden beams. The property is well-maintained and offers excellent potential for further improvement and modernisation.
An entrance hall leads to a choice of reception rooms to suit formal and informal occasions, with the sitting and dining rooms located at the front. The second sitting room is located beyond with French doors leading to the garden. The kitchen is a generous size with ample wall and base units, complete with Aga, adjoining utility room and access to a side snug area. A shower room, cloakroom and store room complete the ground floor accommodation.
There are two staircases leading to the first floor, where there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. Two of the bedrooms are linked and one could be used as a study. There are two further bedrooms on the second floor with sloping ceilings and skylights.
The property is set within a generous plot, with a lawn at the front and a central pathway leading to the house. There are established borders and hedging with a beautiful protected maple tree in prime position. The driveway and garage are located at the rear, with a side gate providing access to the south facing garden, complete with a spacious lawn and an orchard. There is also a pond, pretty borders, a paved area and a working well which provides water to use in the garden during the summer months.
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A beautiful stone house in the heart of one of the best villages on the outskirts of Lincoln, this property ticks so many boxes, I especially like the kitchen breakfast room with the Aga which opens onto the garden via a charming little garden roomRoo FisherProperty agent