A substantial equestrian property including a six-bedroom detached house, stables, storage and about 1.16 acres of land, in an area of outstanding natural beauty.
This extremely spacious and well-planned family home of about 3000 sq ft is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the north-western edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds. There are far-reaching views from the house and its impressive gardens and grounds over the Wolds, with excellent footpaths and bridle paths on the doorstep. The property is situated on about 1.16 acres of land, which includes gardens and paddocks in addition to a detached block with two stables and tack room and feed room, a workshop and a garage, and a loft space which has potential for conversion to additional accommodation (subject to obtaining the necessary consents). The house is well presented internally and offers great scope for personalisation.
The substantial accommodation is generously proportioned throughout and has a convenient and versatile layout well suited to the demands of family life. The ground floor has up to five reception rooms, with a traditional double-fronted layout that's separated by an entrance hall forming the central heart of the home. This leads to a 25ft double-aspect sitting room, a dining room and a sizeable study, as well as a cloakroom with WC. To the rear of the house are the more informal family rooms, comprising a kitchen and breakfast room with adjoining garden room, a utility room for laundry machines and a useful boot room. The first and second floors have a similar layout with rooms to either side of a central landing. The principal bedroom is a good size with built-in wardrobes and the convenience of an en suite, while the three additional bedrooms on the first floor share a family bath and shower room. There are a further two bedrooms and a shower room on the second floor, making an ideal space for older children or visiting guests.
A cherry tree-lined driveway leads up to the house, where there is a parking area for a number of cars and the garage, which is at the end of the outbuilding which sits to the side. This also comprises two stables, tack and feed rooms and a workshop, with a useful space upstairs that's ideal for further storage or conversion to an annexe (stnc). There are lawned and kitchen gardens to the rear, with a good-size acre paddock that's ideal for grazing.
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Now this is a seriously deceptive family house which enjoys the most beautiful position and has a fabulous range of modern outbuildings, as a car enthusiast I especially like the garaging and the workshopRoo FisherProperty agent