Redbourne Hall, Redbourne Park, Redbourne, Gainsborough, DN21 4JG | Property for sale | Savills
2,877 sq ft(267.28 sq m)
Guide price £550,000(€645,621)

Redbourne HallRedbourne Park, Redbourne, Gainsborough, DN21 4JG


    Key features

    • Attractive four bedroom grade II listed house
    • Part of an impressive converted hall in beautiful parkland setting
    • Living room, dining room and stunning kitchen breakfast room
    • First floor Library/Office with open fire
    • Approached through original stone archway and tree lined driveway
    • Garden and off street parking
    • Sought after village with popular pub

    An elegant property situated within the landscaped grounds of Redbourne Hall.

    About this property

    • This attractive red-brick house nestles within the private and beautifully landscaped grounds of Redbourne Hall, a country home built in the mid-1750's and previously owned by the 8th Duke of St Albans. The Grade II-listed property forms a part of the wing of the building and has been subject to a wealth of improvements which have been sympathetically combined to preserve character features such, as sash windows, exposed beams and wall panelling. Best seen in the resplendent library on the first floor.

      The accommodation is fantastically versatile, offering three generously proportioned reception rooms over both the ground and first floors, providing ample space for entertaining. The library is a warm and cosy space that offers a relaxing retreat in the warmer months, while downstairs the living room and dining room are more formal spaces which interconnect with each other and the kitchen, to create one large room for entertaining. As well as a main staircase in the fabulously stylish entrance hall, which raises to the bedrooms. The bedrooms are very versatile, the smallest bedroom would make a fine office, whilst on the second floor the principal Oriental styled bedroom, sits adjacent to another well-proportioned double bedroom with open beamed ceiling. These two rooms share a vast family bathroom, with twin basins, a freestanding bath and separate shower. There is a separate spiral staircase within the kitchen (which also has a utility room), which leads you to the third double bedroom incorporating an ensuite wet room.

      The property benefits from designated parking at the front and ample parking to the rear, a private lawned garden with summerhouse and well-stocked borders. The decking terrace that adjoins the kitchen is well suited to alfresco dining. The approach via a long tree-lined driveway is particularly impressive, leading up through the park-like grounds which are famous for their deer populations.

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    Who doesn't love the idea of living in a stately home without the running costs? I especially like the approach through the original stone archway and along the tree lined driveway, it really is very impressive

    Roo FisherProperty agent

    Local information

    • The Redbourne Hall estate is approached through the original stone archway with tree lined driveway through the parkland leading to the property.
    • The village of Redbourne offers a church and a traditional inn, with more extensive amenities found approximately six miles away in the market town of Brigg. Schools include the well-respected Minster and St Mary's private schools in Lincoln (approximately 20 miles), and several schools in Gainsborough (approximately 16 miles) which cater for all ages including the highly regarded Queen Elizabeth's High School.
    • There is excellent countryside locally for walking, riding and cycling. The historic city of Lincoln offers a full range of amenities and Lincoln train station has a direct train to London (Kings Cross from 120 minutes).
    • Disclaimer: All journey times and distances are approximate.

    Additional information

    • Mains Water
    • Electric
    • Gas
    • Central Heating: Gas
    • Private Drainage
    • Electric Vehicle Charging Point
    • Fibre Broadband
    • Local Authority: North Lincolnshire Council
    • Photographs Taken: February 2024
    • EPC Rating: D
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E