Savills | Brookfield House, Spalford Road, North Scarle, Lincoln, LN6 9HE | Property for sale
3,847 sq ft(357.40 sq m)
Guide price £995,000

Brookfield HouseSpalford Road, North Scarle, Lincoln, LN6 9HE

    Key features

    • A substantial stylish five bedroom family home offering over 3000sqft.
    • Stunning kitchen breakfast room
    • Grounds extending to about three acres.
    • Driveway with ample parking and a triple garage
    • Approximately 13 miles from Newark Northgate station (Kings Cross from 80 Minutes).
    • Approximately 11 miles from the historic city of Lincoln.
    • Approximately 4.5 miles away from the village of Collingham.

    Situated within a generous plot extending to about three acres, with well maintained gardens, large gravel parking area and a triple garage.

    About this property

    • Brookfield House is situated within a generous plot extending to three acres of gardens, woodland and paddock. The well maintained gardens enjoying views of the surrounding countryside and neighbouring Fishing Lakes. The peaceful setting is quiet and secluded while offering easy access to local amenities including a primary school , shops, doctor, dentists, library, Community Pub and takeaways in the nearby village of Collingham to the south and Saxilby to the north.

      The property is a grand five bedroom home which has been renovated with a wealth of modern features creating a stylish, spacious and very well-appointed home. Brookfield House is presented to a very high standard with modern additions to create the ideal blend of contemporary and traditional. Large windows throughout flood the rooms with excellent natural light. The substantial layout extends to over 3000 sqft and offers a variety of reception rooms, entertaining spaces and bedrooms. Both the inside and outside are offered in a ‘finished' state and is ready to move into with only personalisation required.

      The property is arranged over two floors. A fabulous Oak Porch leads to an entrance vestibule with stylish storage cupboards by Country Craft and a downstairs WC. The kitchen and utility are also Country Craft and were installed 2018 giving an amazing living space with a snug seating area with Clear View log burner and dining area with bifold doors opening on to a paved patio and the gardens. There is a separate room which the current owners use as a TV room but could be a separate formal dining room if required. A further entrance hall with galleried landing, 23' sitting room with Clear View log burner and study are accessed from this area. Staircase leads to the first floor with five bedrooms, a Kranz family bathroom and two en suites. The double aspect principal bedroom enjoys an en suite and double doors which overlook the gardens and fishing lakes beyond.

      The house is set along a quiet country lane with electric double gates leading to a large gravel area with ample parking and a triple garage with electric doors. The garden is well enclosed on all sides and is arranged in several zones, including formal gardens, kitchen garden with raised beds, various seating areas and patios, covered pergola and a summerhouse with power suitable for a variety of uses. There is a wooded area with walk ways and paddock beyond, again offering a variety of uses.

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    This is a very special house sitting on an amazing plot, having been restored and extended creating a magnificent living space with impressive attention to detail both internally and externally.

    Roo FisherProperty agent

    Local information

    • The sought-after rural village of North Scarle has a shop with Post Office, The White Hart pub, primary school, church, tennis court and bowling green. A wide range of amenities including a medical centre, dentist, pharmacy, butchers, library, hairdressers and other shops including a Co-op are available in the nearby village of Collingham, 4.5 miles away.
    • North Scarle lies 11 miles from the cathedral city of Lincoln, offering shops, a full range of leisure facilities, well-respected schools, universities and historic sights in the Cathedral quarter. Newark, 13 miles away, has A1 access and a direct rail link to London (Kings Cross from 80 minutes).

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = D