Beasthorpe House, Thornton-le-Moor, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, LN7 6JD | Property for sale | Savills
2,711 sq ft(251.86 sq m)
Guide price £1,150,000(€1,311,243)

Beasthorpe HouseThornton-le-Moor, Market Rasen, Lincolnshire, LN7 6JD

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Key features

  • Attractive family home set in approximately 27 acres with more land available
  • Impressive entrance hall and grand proportions throughout
  • Superb 31' kitchen breakfast room complete with Aga
  • First class equestrian facilities, flood lit ménage and eleven stables
  • Further range of outbuildings and open barns
  • Proximity to both Caistor and Market Rasen

A handsome Victorian property with exceptional equestrian facilities set within 27.25 acres of land

About this property

  • Perfectly balancing space, location and seclusion is this stunning equestrian property which is set on the edge of the Wolds offering excellent hacking and close proximity to a number of additional equestrian venues for cross-country schooling and competition. The property is close to a number of popular towns and is within the catchment for Caistor Grammar School and a good local primary. The Victorian house dates back to the early 1900's and has been subject to an extensive programme of improvements including a back to brick renovation with new electrics, plumbing, insulation and interior decoration. The house is beautifully presented to a high standard, with many of its original features reinstated and complemented by more modern additions.

    At the heart of the home is the traditional kitchen and breakfast room, presented in a traditional style with a warming AGA at one end and a well-appointed kitchen at the other, with ample space for a kitchen table for family meals and a central island for food preparation. In addition to the kitchen there is a separate formal dining room and a reception room, both situated at the front of the house with tall south-facing sash windows and feature fireplaces. The ground floor also includes a useful utility room and a wet room with underfloor heating, plus there is scope to convert the integrated garage to additional accommodation if desired (subject to necessary consent). Upstairs there are four generously sized double bedrooms and a fifth bedroom which is ideal as a dressing room, study or nursery. The family bathroom is also well proportioned and has a bath and separate shower.

    The imposing approach leads up to the house via a long, sweeping gravel driveway lined by fruit trees including pear, plum, apple and cherry. There is ample parking to the front, plus an integrated garage to the rear. The gardens wrap around the home, including lawns, herbaceous borders, a well-stocked kitchen garden and with raised beds. The property has a wealth of excellent equestrian facilities (horse walker available by separate negotiation) and is ideal for a professional enterprise such as a stud or large livery yard, with a number of stables, tack and feed rooms, multipurpose building currently used as a veterinary clinic, hay stores, barns and a floodlit fibresand all-weather arena which can be viewed from the back of the house and the garden. The grounds of approximately 27 acres also include post-and-rail fenced paddocks and a carp fishing lake. Additional outbuildings include workshops, stores and livestock buildings offering excellent potential for conversion (subject to necessary consent).

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This is a very attractive family house with one of the most comprehensive range of outbuildings I have seen making it a dream set up for anyone with horses or animals

Roo FisherProperty agent

Local information

  • Thornton-le-Moor is a small hamlet situated on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds AONB, with a church. There are further amenities in the neighbouring town of Caistor, approximately 6 miles away, which has pubs, a doctor's surgery, schools including a grammar school, shops and supermarkets, with Market Raisen also close by, approximately 6 miles away. The historic city of Lincoln is 20 miles and offers a full range of amenities including shops, leisure facilities, the quaintly historic Cathedral Quarter, universities and the County Hospital. The well-respected Minster and St Mary's private schools are also situated in Lincoln. Newark train station, which is approximately 36 miles, has direct services to London (Kings Cross from 75 minutes). For commuting further afield there are good road links via A46, A15 and A57 to motorways including M180, M18, M62, A1(M) and M1. Other easily accessible towns include Louth, Grimsby and Scunthorpe, with Hull accessed via the Humber Bridge.
  • Disclaimer: All journey times and distances are approximate.

Additional information

  • Local Authority: West Lindsey Council, Council Tax Band F
  • Photographs taken March 2023.
  • EPC Rating: E
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F