Versatile four/five bedroom dormer bungalow which enjoys an elevated position on the edge of the village with views across its own land and beyond.
Meadow Farm is a versatile four/five bedroom dormer bungalow which enjoys an elevated position on the edge of the village with views across its own land and beyond. The property has a good range of reception rooms and an excellent range of equestrian facilities and outbuildings. There is also planning permission for the erection of a detached double garage with assisted living accommodation above to be used in connection with existing dwelling, East Lindsey planning number S/079/01280/20
In more detail the accommodation comprises entrance hall with skylight and stripped wood floors, door to kitchen with a good range of fitted wall and base units and a Rayburn, door through to the dining room which has double doors through to the conservatory which in turn opens onto the garden. Across the hall is the lounge or fourth bedroom, third bedroom, shower room, store, door to the principal bedroom with double doors to the garden and door to en suite bathroom. And double doors is a utility/boiler room with side door and WC.
The first has the sitting room/second bedroom with vaulted ceiling with double doors opening onto a balcony with views across the paddocks and beyond. There is a family bathroom, well equipped office and door to the fifth bedroom.
Outside the property is approached via iron gates with hard standing for several vehicles and access to the double garage which has the planning permission. There is a good range of timber stables with a tack room, workshop and various stores. The paddock has a further range of agricultural buildings including barns, stables, hay stores and pole barns.
The gardens are mostly laid to lawn with established trees and borders and there is a large paved terrace off the conservatory and principal bedroom.
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There is so much potential to unlock in Meadow Farm both inside and out, I especially like the first floor sitting room with those cracking viewsRoo Fisher