The Grange, landscaped gardens and grounds, Grange Barn, extensive garaging and outbuildings and offices, a general purpose farm building and amenity land, lakes and woodland
The Barlings Estate is situated in rural countryside within the county of Lincolnshire at the gateway to the Wolds. Lincolnshire is predominantly agricultural in land use, and is known for growing a wide variety of high quality crops which include: wheat, barley, sugar beet, oil seed rape, potatoes, cabbage, parsnips and onions.
The Estate is situated about 9 miles from the Cathedral City of Lincoln with several quaint rural villages nearby. Lincoln is an important tourist destination and major landmarks include Lincoln Cathedral, a famous example of Gothic architecture, Lincoln Castle and the Medieval Bishop's Palace. It is also home to The University of Lincoln and Bishop Grosseteste University and several outstanding primary and secondary schools. In addition to the historical landmarks, Lincoln has a full range of amenities including shops and leisure facilities, that would be expected of a county city, which service the rural areas surrounding the city. Racing can be found at the nearby renowned Market Rasen Racecourse. The well respected Minster and St Mary's private schools are also situated in Lincoln. The Lincoln A46 bypass offers access to the A1 road network as well as direct access to Newark, where from Newark Northgate Station there is a fast rail link to London (Kings Cross from 80 minutes).
The Grange is an attractive, Grade II Listed 17th Century property set at the heart of the Estate with views over the landscaped gardens and amenity land, lakes and woodland beyond. The property is approached through a formal entrance with an automated wrought iron gate with telecom/security system and a gravel drive leading up to an extensive parking area and seven garages. The property is an imposing, attractive and manageable country house, which has been restored and maintained to a high standard by the current owner. Planning permission has been granted and implemented for a large, 2-storey conservatory extension of about 1,019 sq ft.
THE GRANGE BARN
The Grange Barn was converted in 2009 and is constructed to a high standard. The house can be accessed from an electric entrance gate directly off Barlings Lane to the west or internally off the drive to The Grange, with parking in both areas. It maintains a high level of privacy with a walled garden to the south as well as access to the gardens and parkland to The Grange. At the heart of the property, which has underfloor heating throughout, is a stunning open plan and vaulted Kitchen and Sitting Room. The substantial kitchen area includes bespoke, hand made floor and wall units, an island unit, built-in Miele appliances and an electric four oven Aga with companion. The focal point of the Sitting Room is the open fireplace with stone mantelpiece. The room benefits from French doors to the walled garden and double oak doors to the parking area to the north.
Leading from the Sitting Room is a hallway providing access to Bedroom 2 which includes a galleried seating area above, French doors to the walled garden, two Dressing Rooms and an ensuite Shower Room. Continuing down the hallway there is a WC and Utility Room. The hallway leads into the Entrance Hall from the gravelled parking area. Adjacent to this is the Principal Bedroom
Suite which includes the Master Bedroom with stable style doors to outside, a Dressing Room and en-suite Shower Room.
The farmstead has been well maintained and includes a former grain store which is now used for machinery and general storage purposes with a concrete area to the east of the building. The area can be separately accessed from Barlings Lane or from The Grange.
AMENITY LAND, LAKES AND WOODLAND
Located to the north of The Grange and extending to 42.37 acres (17.15 hectares) the area includes three lakes, pasture land and mature woodland, all of which has been managed to maximise the amenity benefit to the Farm and in particular the view to and from The Grange. The area provides a range of opportunities to the owner, whether it is for personal enjoyment or commercial purposes, subject to the relevant consents. The area, which is serviced by well maintained roads and tracks, also includes an open fronted storage building and a large hard standing area which is well screened by the woodland, a secure chemical container and a Approximate Gross Internal Floor Area: 4000L water tank for spraying.
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