Substantial four bedroom family house with far reaching views.
Park House is a substantial four bedroom family house which enjoys an elevated position on a large secluded plot of about one acre on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds, with far reaching views across open countryside. The property enjoys grand proportions and offers over three thousand square feet of living accommodation over two floors. Park House has recently been decorated and carpeted throughout and there is no onward chain.
In more detail the accommodation comprises; grand entrance hall with stair well and WC, doors through to L shaped triple aspect reception room with double doors opening into the conservatory which in turn opens on to the garden. The reception room also opens into the kitchen, which has a good range of fitted base units and south facing views. Across an internal hall there is a snug, reception/hallway with doors to the garden, WC, utility room, study and store, which would make an ideal self contained annexe (subject to the necessary planning consents) as it also has a separate access. Finally on the ground floor is an internal door to the double garage.
The first floor enjoys a light and open landing, there is a master bedroom with fitted wardrobes and an en suite WC, there are three further bedrooms, family bathroom and a shower room.
Outside the property is approached via a driveway flanked by lawns which leads to a generous driveway with parking for several vehicles and access to the double garage. There is an inviting archway leading on to the south facing garden which is mostly laid to lawn with a garden shed and stunning open views. The lawns go around the property with some woodland and a useful open barn.
There is a restrictive covenant on the plot, that there can only be a single private dwelling.
Please note the location of the footpath shown is inaccurate and lies to the south of the boundary of Park House.
Mains water electricity and drainage. Oil fuelled central heating
View payable Stamp Duty for this property
This enormous house would suit a large family or even multi generation living with a potential annexe (subject to planning) and the most wonderful views across open fields towards Spilsby.Roo Fisher