A magnificent Grade II Listed Rectory set in about 12 acres situated in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds.
The Old Rectory was built in approximately 1853 and was designed by the renowned Victorian architect Teulon. This imposing Gothic style residence offers spacious accommodation laid out over two floors with many original features including an unusual window above the fireplace in the drawing room which was a Teulon trademark.
In more detail the property comprises entrance hall with grand staircase, drawing room with bay window and fireplace, sitting room, dining room, kitchen breakfast room with Aga and a conservatory which leads on in turn to the indoor swimming pool with its own bathroom. Also on the ground floor is a pantry, cloak room, utility room and a second sitting room/snug and bathroom that would make an ideal self contained flat. The first floor has a master bedroom with en suite bathroom, a guest bedroom, four further bedrooms, a games room/bedroom which could be divided to create two bedrooms and a study.
Outside the grounds extend to about 12 acres which is made up of open parkland with a range of beautiful mature trees, lawn complete with ha-ha, gravel driveway and kitchen garden. There is also a Coach House that is currently laid out as three garages, wood store and kennels with a hay loft on the first floor There is also a Coach House that is currently laid out as three garages, wood store and kennels with a hay loft on the first floor which has planning permission for conversion to an annexe (Planning number N/200/02263/14). There is also a very smart log cabin complete with reception room, bedroom, shower and covered veranda. A footpath runs within the curtilage of the property along part of the edge of the Eastern boundary.
Services Mains water, electricity and private drainage. Oil fired Aga which provides some central heating and hot water for one of the bathrooms. Bio-mass boiler provides the rest of the central heating and hot water.
Viewing Strictly by appointment with Savills.
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I drive past this gorgeous Rectory nearly every day and it sits in the most stunning mature grounds on the edge of a beautiful valley and in autumn the avenue of trees always put on the most fantastic display of oranges and reds, I will often go the long way home just to see it.Roo Fisher