Savills | Manor Farmhouse, East End, Kirmington, Ulceby, DN39 6YS | Property for sale
1 Ac(0.40 Ha)
Guide price £595,000

Manor FarmhouseEast End, Kirmington, Ulceby, DN39 6YS

    Key features

    • Substantial five bedroom period property
    • Set in over an acre with south facing garden
    • Good range of reception rooms
    • Grand entrance hall with double height ceiling
    • Sustainable heat source
    • Long gravel driveway and outbuildings
    • Popular village with pub
    • Proximity to Humberside Airport and the M180

    Five bedroom period family house overlooking its own generous grounds at the end of a long gravel driveway.

    About this property

    • Manor Farmhouse is a substantial five bedroom period family house laid out over two floors overlooking its own generous south facing garden. Tucked away at the end of a long gravel driveway the property offers 4,200 square feet of accommodation with a good range of reception rooms making it ideal for entertaining. This is the first time the property has been offered onto the open market.

      In more detail the accommodation comprises entrance hall, grand double height stairwell door to double aspect sitting room with two sets of double doors and a fireplace (with no mantle), across the hall are the living room windows overlooking the garden. There is a kitchen breakfast room with a good range of wooden wall and base units, tiled floor and pantry, door to back stairs. Long inner hallway with access to the utility room with a back door, study with fitted shelves, shower room, access to the cellar and home office with door to garden.

      The first floor has a principal bedroom with en suite bathroom, four further bedrooms (one currently used as a dressing room) and a large family bathroom.

      Outside, the property is approached via a long gravel driveway flanked by a large lawn to one side and access to outbuildings which include two brick stores and brick archway to two small stables and tack room. The gardens are bordered by mature hedgerows and trees, some of which have Tree Protection Orders.

      Sustainable woodchip heating and hot water is currently supplied by the adjoining farmer on an informal but long-standing contract; details are available. The property also has its own oil fired central heating and mains drainage. A new three phase or 30Kwa power has been supplied to the property with ducting to the house and gates.

      Additional Information

      Please see the covenants listed below, further details of which can be supplied by the selling agent. The prospective buyer should also note the details of the development which is proposed to the adjoining farm buildings and land.

      The property is to be used as a single private dwelling, not to carry on any trade or business at the property other than a home office. It is subject to a building line (prohibiting building of any kind) However a single or double garage (not to include domestic accommodation) maybe erected north of the line, and a wooden summer house or other garden structure would be allowed south of the building. Both would require prior approval of the vendor. Caravans, mobile homes or any other vehicles (except trade vehicles in the course of delivering goods to or supplying services to the property) cannot be parked in front of the building line. Not to make any material changes the appearance of the front elevation or roofing material.

      The farmstead next door (PA/2019/2025) has planning permission to convert existing agricultural buildings to provide two dwellings; erect six dwellings to be provided as affordable housing; and erect one detached dwelling, alongside vehicular access provision from East End and Post Office Lane. Further detail can be supplied by the selling agent.

      The vendor has provided a detailed information pack, interested parties should review this information, including a draft contract before offering on the property.

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    It's always exciting to launch a period property onto the market for the first time, this is a once in several generations opportunity to buy a magnificent family home, I especially like the long driveway which enables you take it in the impressive facade

    Roo FisherProperty agent

    Local information

    • Kirmington is a popular rural village, with the Marrowbone & Cleaver pub, primary school and access to a good range of transport links including Humberside Airport, the M180 motorway and Barnetby Train station. The market town of Brigg is seven miles away and offers a good range of facilities while Caistor is also seven miles away (mileages approximate) and has a highly regarded grammar school. Nearby Great Limber has a quaint village store for everyday essentials and the New Inn pub.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = E
    • Tenure = Freehold