Manor House, Main Road, Saltfleet, Louth, LN11 7RZ | Property for sale | Savills
3,709 sq ft(344.58 sq m)
Guide price £650,000

Manor HouseMain Road, Saltfleet, Louth, LN11 7RZ

    Key features

    • Superb grade II listed five bedroom Manor House
    • Modernised with considerable flair and attention to detail
    • Bespoke Smallbone kitchen breakfast room with Aga
    • Landscaped walled garden with heated swimming pool
    • Award winning bed and breakfast business by separate negotiation
    • Planning permission for further development

    A substantial and historical Grade II-listed manor house with a wealth of character features.

    About this property

    • Saltfleet Manor House has a rich and varied history: it is believed to be originally late 16th century, with later additions, and has formerly been a museum between the First and Second World Wars, inspiration for a Tennyson poem, home to the country's first 'flock' wallpaper and has additionally played host to Oliver Cromwell. In more recent years it has been transformed into a successful B&B, and its setting on the Lincolnshire coast in a popular village offers potential to continue with the business, if desired by separate negotiation. The property is Grade II listed and notable for its extensive character features, including its original oak staircase, exposed beamed ceilings, original fireplaces and, most charming of all, a lover's knot and an inscription of former owner's names. These characterful elements have been sympathetically incorporated into the modernised décor, which features a striking country-style kitchen with cabinetry and an AGA, plus contemporary bathrooms; the principal bedroom is a highlight, featuring a freestanding bathtub. Externally the property features beautifully landscaped gardens, an outdoor swimming pool, walled lawns and a kitchen garden.

      The immaculately presented accommodation is arranged over two floors and offers more than 3700 sq ft of space. The ground floor has a choice of reception rooms, including a formal dining room, a sitting room and a snug, plus a fabulous kitchen/breakfast room which is dominated by a large central island. Ancillary accommodation also includes a utility room, boot room, cloakroom with w.c. and a store room, with the former blacksmith's forge offering good potential for conversion. On the first floor, the magnificent staircase leads to the Cromwell Room, with en suite shower room, the State Room, with freestanding bath and a separate family bathroom. There is also the Jane Hardy room, which can be accessed by both the main and rear staircases, the latter having access to a bedroom, housekeeper's room/study and bathroom.

      The property is set within beautiful gardens and features ample off-street parking on a private gated gravel driveway. A paved courtyard is enclosed on three sides and is ideal for outdoor entertaining, while there is a separate terrace adjoining the enclosed outdoor swimming pool, behind which there is a walled kitchen garden with raised vegetable beds. The lawn is a good size and is adjacent to an area of box topiary, with a seating area to the rear. Outbuildings include an attached double garage and a workshop.

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    This is such a welcoming home, with one of the nicest entrance halls I have seen and the most beautiful dining room but the west facing garden complete with swimming pool looks especially inviting at the moment

    Roo FisherProperty agent

    Local information

    • Saltfleet is a very charming Lincolnshire village situated on the coast, with amenities including a pub, garage, children's play area and a popular fish and chip shop. There is excellent access to the beaches and attractive countryside all around, forming part of the Rimac Nature Reserve. There are further amenities locally in Grainthorpe, which has a local school, village hall, tennis courts and cricket pavilion, while nearby Louth (12 miles) is a sought-after market town known as the capital of the Lincolnshire Wolds an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, offering a wealth of everyday amenities, including a good selection of shops, supermarkets and weekly markets on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. There is an excellent choice of schools, including King Edward VI Grammar School and Louth Kidgate Primary Academy, both rated ‘Outstanding' by Ofsted. For leisure, there are a variety of wonderful walking, cycling and riding routes in the surrounding countryside. The area is well connected by road, with the A16 providing routes towards Grimsby, while A-roads provide easy access towards Lincoln. For commuting further afield, there are excellent road links to Grimsby, the M180 and the Humber Bridge.

    Additional information

    • East Lindsey District Council Tax Band = E
    • EPC Exempt
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E