4 bedroom equestrian facility for saleHoop Lane, Apley, LN8
Sold STC £475,000
- 3.5 Acres
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Reception Rooms
- Equestrian Facility
- Double Garage
- Variety of Outbuildings
Set in approx. 3.5 acres and enjoying an idyllic rural setting, this equestrian property includes a stable block, manège, 3 field shelters, double garage, various outbuildings, paddock areas and formal gardens. The house itself which was originally 3 cottages has accommodation to include 3 reception rooms, breakfast kitchen, utility room, 2 cloaks/WCs, 3 main bedrooms, mezzanine area over lounge, offering potential for conversion to bedroom 4, currently used as a second sitting room, family bathroom, oil c.h., double glazing. Adjoining the main house is an unconverted brick and pantile outbuilding originally one of the 3 cottages. Viewing is strongly recommended
Location - The property is situated in Old Apley which lies to the south of the large village of Wragby which has a primary school and range of shops around a central market place. The historic city of Lincoln, market towns of Louth, Horncastle and Market Rasen and A1 road link at Newark are within commuting distance
Directions - From Market Rasen, take the B1202 road south to Wragby. At the traffic lights in Wragby turn left on to the A158 and at the mini roundabout right again on to the continuation of the A158 toward Skegness. After passing through the village of Langton by Wragby, take the next right turn and follow this road for approx. 1.6 miles until the property is found on the left hand side.
Accommodation - Main rear entrance door to
Entrance Hall - With quarry tiled floor, staircase to first floor, window to rear elevation, radiator
Cloaks/Wc - With low flush WC, wash hand basin, window to rear elevation
Breakfast Kitchen - 13'6" x 13' (4.11m x 3.96m) - With range of wall and base unit with work surface areas, single drainer stainless sink unit, Calor gas hob, solid fuel Rayburn stove which heats the hot water system in conjunction with the oil central heating system and also heats a radiator in the bathroom, dual aspect windows, Yorkshire stone floor
Utility Room - 9'5" x 6'5" (2.87m x 1.96m) - With oil boiler servicing the central heating and domestic hot water systems, window to front elevation, range of wall units, plumbing for automatic washing machine
Dining Room - 15'6" x 9'4" (4.72m x 2.84m) - With exposed timber floor, 3 windows to rear elevation, radiator
Study - 9'5" x 9'4" (2.87m x 2.84m) - With exposed timber floor, window to front elevation, radiator
Lounge - 29'9" max x 12' (9.07m max x 3.66m) - A dual aspect characterful room with 2 windows to front elevation and 2 windows to rear elevation, further high level window to the south elevation, stone floor, staircase to first floor mezzanine level, 2 fireplaces, one of which houses a Morso multi fuel burner and other an Oregon pot burner (not working)
Mezzanine Room - 18'2" x 12' (5.54m x 3.66m) - With separate staircase from the lounge and overlooking the lounge from above, radiator. A versatile room with window overlooking the garden that is currently used as a second sitting room/hobbies room but offering potential for conversion to a guest bedroom 4.
First Floor Landing - With 2 windows to rear elevation enjoying delightful views over the paddocks, radiator, airing cupboard housing hot water cylinder
Cloaks/Wc 2 - With low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin, window to rear elevation
Bedroom 1 - 14' x 13' (4.27m x 3.96m) - Dual aspect with windows to front elevation and 2 windows to rear elevation. 2 single built in wardrobes, radiator
Bedroom 2 - 15'7" x 9'4" (4.75m x 2.84m) - Dual aspect with 2 windows to rear elevation, radiator
Bedroom 3 - 13' x 9'7" max (3.96m x 2.92m max) - An 'L' shaped room reducing to 6'6" min with window to front elevation, radiator
Bathroom - 9'5" x 6'4" (2.87m x 1.93m) - With white suite of panel bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush WC, separate shower cubicle, radiator, window to front elevation
Outside - This property enjoys a beautiful setting close to the nearby Chambers Farm Woods and is ideal for those interested in equine pursuits, self sufficiency or simply enjoying nature itself and getting away from it all.
A driveway provides ample parking space and access to a detached, timber DOUBLE GARAGE (27'6" x 17'9") with 2 double doors, light and power. To the rear of this is the quality timber STABLE BLOCK built by John Goodrick with water and electricity and comprising 2 Stables (12' x 12'), Stable (12' x 10'), 1 Foaling Stable (18' x 12'), Tack Room (12' x 10'6") with plumbing for automatic washing machine, sink and hot water, rear top opening windows to the stables, fenced concrete outside yard area leading to the paddocks.
The fenced paddock areas include the main paddock which has Cotswold Seed pony paddock grass, also includes the Ascot Manege (approx. 40 m x 20 m) with Ecoturf (a mixture of fine equestrian sand, fibre and rubber).
Outside 2 - The paddocks also include 3 timber partly lined Field Shelters, all with owl boxes. One of which measure 20' x 12', the other 2 (18' x 12'). On the rear boundary is a delightful stream which we understand from the vendors is maintained by the Third Witham River Authority, adjacent to which the vendors have designed a delightful walk alongside the stream and paddocks amongst a variety of trees. There is also a variety of Outbuildings to include a duck run with shelter, fenced chicken pens with chicken house, 2 greenhouses, tool sheds, aviaries, 2 further garden sheds, building originally a WC etc. There is also a delightful vegetable plot/soft fruit garden.
Adjacent to the house is the former third cottage - brick and pantile outbuilding with a 1777 date stone, two storey measuring 20' x 12'. This building requires extensive renovation and repair but has the potential for a variety of uses subject to planning permission.
The generous sized formal gardens are mainly to the rear and side of the house and are laid mainly to lawn with flower and shrub borders. There is a well and barbeque area with table and seats made out of a tree stump and decking. Please note the barbeque is included in the sale price. There are a variety of trees within the formal gardens and the stream walk, to include hawthorn, silver birch, 2 red woods. 2 blue pines, weeping willow, hornbeam, ash, oak, walnut, field maple, horse chestnut, cob nut, pussy willow, hazel, Apple trees comprising Bramley, Discovery, Worcester, Cox, James Grieve and Russet. 2 cherry trees and 3 plum trees
Also within the garden is delightful tree shelter and tree house enjoying beautiful views over to the woods to the rear
Tenure & Possession - Freehold
Vacant possession will be given on completion on the purchase.
Services - The owner/occupier informed us that any services; or appliances (including central heating if fitted) referred to in this brochure operates satisfactorily, but they have not been checked. If a property is unoccupied at any time there may be reconnection charges for any switched off/disconnected or drained services or appliance.
Outgoings - The property falls into Council Tax Band A payable to West Lindsey District Council, Guildhall, Marshalls Yard, Gainsborough DN21 2NA Tel: 01427 676676
Fixtures & Fittings - Only those items described within these sales particulars are included within the sale.
Brochure Details - This brochure including photography was prepared by Perkins, George Mawer & Co. In accordance with the sellers instructions of June 2015
Viewing - Strictly through the Selling Agents at their Market Rasen office. Tel: 01673 843011
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