The Old Vicarage, Easthall Road, North Kelsey, Market Rasen, LN7 6HA | Property for sale | Savills
5,825 sq ft(541.16 sq m)
Guide price £795,000(€927,541)

The Old VicarageEasthall Road, North Kelsey, Market Rasen, LN7 6HA

  • Sale Agreed

Key features

  • Impressive six bedroom former Vicarage
  • Set in approximately nine acres with three stables and workshop
  • Tennis court with summer house
  • Excellent range of further outbuildings
  • Established gardens and grounds with tree lined driveway
  • Sought after village with pub

A detached Victorian character home situated in grounds of about nine acres, with a range of outbuildings.

About this property

  • This characterful former vicarage was originally built in the late Victorian era and later extended, offering varied and extremely spacious accommodation over three floors. The house is tucked away down a long, private driveway in a very secluded setting surrounded by well-established trees in about nine acres of gardens and varied grounds, over which there are lovely views towards the open countryside beyond. The house has of generous proportions with more than 4000 sq ft of space on offer plus a range of outbuildings which could be suitable for conversion subject to obtaining the necessary consents. The property is fantastic for a growing family and offers huge potential for expansion. The charming home is traditionally appointed throughout and has been extremely well maintained by the vendor, but the scope to improve further is a real highlight of The Old Vicarage.

    The house has great kerb appeal, and from first inspection it's clear to see that it has been extended several times over the years. The ground floor has four reception rooms which are perfect for entertaining friends and family as well as relaxing family time. The welcoming entrance hall leads to a vast 25ft L shaped formal sitting room and adjoining dining room, the ideal space for hosting Christmases and birthdays and on the opposite side of the house, a family room and separate snug with wood-burning stove. The kitchen is "farmhouse style" with a separate utility room and pantry, and a study for working from home. The house also benefits from a huge amount of storage, including a cloakroom and cellars on the lower ground floor. Upstairs there are six double bedrooms, two with en suite facilities and many of the others with sinks which offer great potential for additional en suites. There are two family bathrooms upstairs as well as a useful shower room and WC on the ground floor.

    The Old Vicarage is set within about nine acres of grounds, approached via a long driveway which leads up through mature trees to a good-size parking area to the front of the house and a paved courtyard space to the rear, where there is access to the detached garage block. This comprises three garages and a tack room/store. Tucked within the trees is an additional set of outbuildings, including two stables, a workshop and stores, which together with the generous paddocks suitable for grazing provide excellent scope for equestrian use. The grounds also include attractively landscaped gardens, lawns, paved terraces and a fenced tennis court.

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This is a wonderful family home that ticks so many boxes, set in about nine acres with a tennis court complete with summer house/pavilion and a superb range of barns and outbuildings to suit every hobby

Roo FisherProperty agent

Local information

  • North Kelsey is a sought-after village situated on the outskirts of the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with amenities including a church, public house, Post Office and a primary school. There are further amenities in the nearby town of Caistor, which has pubs, a doctor's surgery, schools including a grammar school, shops and supermarkets. Willow Banks Equestrian Centre is approximately six miles away and offers a 3600-square-metre competition arena.
  • There are great road links for commuting into the city of Lincoln, which offers a full range of amenities including shops, leisure facilities, the quaintly historic Cathedral Quarter, universities and the county hospital. Other easily accessible towns include Louth, Grimsby and Scunthorpe, with Hull accessed via the Humber Bridge.
  • There are stations at Brigg and Kirton Lindsey which provide a useful link to Lincoln, which has a direct train to London (Kings Cross from 120 minutes). The A1(M) trunk road is accessed at Blyth.
  • Disclaimer: All journey times and distances are approximate.

Additional information

  • Mains Water
  • Electric
  • Central Heating: Oil Fired
  • Private Drainage
  • Local Authority: West Lindsey District Council
  • Photographs Taken: December 2023
  • EPC Rating: G
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F