Picture No. 20
3,405 sq ft(316.33 sq m)
Guide price £795,000

The Old Rectory13 West Street, Folkingham, Sleaford, NG34 0SN


    Key features

    • A highly attractive period village former Rectory
    • Offering symmetrical accommodation over three floors with high ceilings and period grace
    • Entered through a wrought iron gated driveway entrance with generous parking and garaging
    • Within over half an acre of landscaped south facing gardens with views
    • In an attractive village near favoured schools and commutable from Grantham

    An attractive listed former Rectory offering fabulous accommodation within delightful south facing gardens, from which there are spectacular views of the surrounding countryside.

    About this property

    • THE PROPERTY
      The Old Rectory, Folkingham is a most attractive Grade II listed home. Although built in 1842, the house is Georgian in style with elegant and well-proportioned rooms, so typical of the period. Much architectural detail remains including sash windows, high ceilings and fireplaces, cornice work, and a particularly fine main staircase. The house is situated in well-tended gardens with fruit and vegetable garden and former coach house approached by a gated, gravel driveway.

      ACCOMMODATION
      A substantial and attractive stone property under a slate roof, The Old Rectory offers spacious accommodation over three floors comprising two formal reception rooms, kitchen/dining room and study with six bedrooms and two bathrooms.

      The front door opens to an Amtico floored entrance hall which passes a study, sitting room and cloakroom leading on to the drawing room and kitchen/dining room. The kitchen units are hand made with Miele appliances, induction hob and underfloor heating which leads to a family dining space. The dining area has French doors which open onto a gravelled courtyard leading to the coach house and gardens. The laundry and utility room also lead off the dining area. The drawing room has a large bay window overlooking the south facing garden with open fireplace.

      The staircase ascends to the first floor which comprises three double bedrooms, family bathroom with marble vanity unit and separate cloakroom. The second floor features two further bedrooms and the principal suite with spacious Jack and Jill bathroom offering far reaching views of the Church and village.

      OUTSIDE
      The house has formal gardens laid to lawn with attractive vintage roses, shingled patio for outside dining, vegetable and fruit garden. The former coach house is used for garaging, whilst the boiler room and potting shed are attached to the main house in two brick built outbuildings.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A fine example of an early Victorian Rectory with spectacular views in an enviable position within the picturesque village of Folkingham. I think this is a charming family home with splendid period features, finished to an exacting standard.

    Nina ArmstrongProperty agent

    Local information

    • Folkingham is an attractive village with a thriving social scene supporting a deli style village store, tea room, post office and village pub.
    • There are various village events throughout the year with the Church at the heart of the village.
    • The road links to Folkingham are excellent with the A15 giving easy access to the market towns of Bourne, Sleaford and Stamford.
    • The A52 to the north provides links to Grantham, the A1, Nottingham and Boston.
    • Folkingham is served by a number of primary schools in Ingoldsby, Osbournby, Pointon and Billingborough, whilst Sleaford and Bourne offer a wide range of schooling for secondary education, including well thought of state Grammar Schools.

    Additional information

    • EPC Exempt