5 bedroom detached house for saleKing Street, Winterton, DN15
- Grade II Listed historic five bedroom farmhouse with lawned grounds
- Impressive entrance hall with staircase flanked by two principal reception rooms
- Formal tall Victorian dining room leading to garden room
- Kitchen area comprising two kitchens, pantry and shower room
- Three bedrooms & family bathroom from the main landing, two further bedrooms & second bathroom & three attic rooms
- Former coach house/garage & additional outbuildings suited to possible conversion
- Lawned grounds
- Central House ? the essence of home
Central House is an historic Grade II Listed five bedroom former farmhouse offered for sale by Fine and Country Northern Lincolnshire. This discreetly situated property briefly comprises of an impressive entrance hall flanked by two reception rooms, tall Victorian dining room opening to garden room, kitchen area with two kitchens and pantry. To the first floor there are five bedrooms with two bathrooms and an additional three attic rooms. In addition to the former coach house/garage there is a useful collection of outbuildings forming a small courtyard. The lawned gardens are remarkably private and there is extensive reception parking. Central House – the essence of home.
This historic Grade II Listed former farmhouse has been well maintained and offers superbly proportioned and flexible five bedroom accommodation set within lawned grounds with the potential to become a distinctive and important residence.
The Georgian and Victorian additions to the original 1680s farmhouse emphasise a long standing importance as a home of stature and the retention of period details throughout give testament to former glories.
The twin Victorian bays flank a matching entrance portico which opens to an impressive 25'9 reception hall with Georgian wreathed balustraded staircase and central archway and the two forward facing reception rooms are well balanced and light. Formal family celebrations are catered for in the superb, tall Victorian dining room with Adam style fireplace and full height doors to the garden room. The farmhouse origins are evident in the kitchens and pantry area, which incorporate an 18th Century fireplace, original servants bells, meat hooks and London sink.
To the first floor the main landing serves three double bedrooms and a bathroom whilst the fourth bedroom and second bathroom lead from a half landing. The fifth bedroom has access to the second staircase and there are three useful attic rooms, which could become further accommodation if required.
The former coach house has now become a 25' garage and the groom's room, bottling shed and wash house offer extensive storage and potential work space.
Central House has stood the test of time – it has adapted itself through the ages and it offers an outstanding potential to become an imposing home of character and elegance. It is an integral part of local history – the essence of home.
19'9 x 14'2
A superbly impressive formal dining room suited to family celebrations with its 12'7 high ceiling, Adam style fire surround with slate insert and marbled hearth, ornate ceiling rose and moulded cornicing, picture rail, dado rail, shuttered full height glazed doors leading to:
GARDEN ROOM/ CONSERVATORY
14'1 x 12'7
Of brick and timber construction with geometrically tiled floor.
Adapted from the former Butler's pantry with cloaks area with built in storage cupboard and suite in white with wc, wash hand basin, tiled shower enclosure, plumbing for washing machine and the original meat hooks.
17'4 x 14'
A room of undoubted potential being appointed with a range of fitted cupboard and drawer units with twin bowl stainless steel sink, Esse oil fired range in tiled chimney recess, quarry tiled flooring, painted beams, part tiled walls, sash window to the side elevation, steps up to side entrance door with glazed fan light, painted beams and access to the second staircase.
Discreetly situated beyond a low stone wall with trellis hurdles to the top and screened to King Street by six Lime trees, high gates open to a broad gravelled reception area which continues down the side to the rear of the property where the ex coach house now forms a garage (25' x 15'10 internally) and there is an additional reception area with a flagged seating terrace and ancillary stores. The principal walled gardens lie to the front and side and are primarily lawned with mature shrub and tree borders. The side lawn was formerly a grassed tennis court. Beyond this there is a productive kitchen garden with soft fruit area, vegetable beds and apple trees. The property is completed by an enclosed courtyard accessed from the pantry entrance which includes a range of useful stores converted from former farm buildings including a groom's room, bottling shed with shelves, wash house (20'6 x 12'3) with original copper and further store (13'11 x 9'6)...
FINE AND COUNTRY NORTHERN LINCOLNSHIRE
Fine & Country Northern Lincolnshire covers the northern area of Lincolnshire and specialises in marketing and selling period & country homes, cottages, large town houses, luxury apartments, houses with equestrian use and barn conversions. We understand moving home is one of the most important decisions you make. With our Fine & Country team you benefit from the local knowledge, experience, expertise and contacts as well as well trained, educated and courteous team of professionals to make the sale or purchase of your property as stress free as possible.
14'7 x 14'2
Sash window to the eastern elevation, two radiators, painted slate fire surround with inset cast iron grate and decoratively tiled slips.
8'9 x 5'8
Sash window to the rear elevation, radiator, suite in white to include panelled bath, wc and wash hand basin.
19'1 x 10'9
Sash window to the rear elevation and built in storage cupboard.
A useful potential space comprising of three rooms:
10'11 x 10'11
12'7 x 10'1
12'5 x 10'1
With additional access to the main roof.
Projecting flat roof entrance portico with two leaf panelled door, glazed side panels, quarry tiled floor and multi pane door to:
IMPRESSIVE RECEPTION HALL
25'9 over all x 9'3
Feature central archway, shallow stepped staircase, staircase with mahogany balustrade and slender spindles, wide wooden boarded floor, cornicing.
19'9 into bay x 14'8
Deep Victorian bay sash window to the front elevation, timber fire surround with steel back and open grate, moulded cornicing, deep skirting boards and decorative moulded architrave to the door.
21'6 into bay x 14'7
A beautifully balanced room with deep Victorian bay sash window to the front, original grey marble fire surround with tiled hearth and inset gas fire and shelved arched alcoves to either hand, additional deep arched alcove with decorative architrave, moulded cornicing and deep skirting boards.
REAR ENTRANCE HALL
Door to side courtyard buildings.
6'3 x 5'11
Original meat safe (and meat hooks ? not there), quarry tiled flooring and window.
12'6 x 10'1
Former scullery with original ceramic London sink, 18th Century fire surround, quarry tiled floor and gas fired central heating boiler.
Sash window to the front elevation.
15'7 x 14'4
Sash window to the front elevation with window seat, 18th Century fire surround with tiled hearth and inset cast iron fireplace, polished timber flooring, built in linen press, picture rail.
15'10 x 14'4 min
Sash window to the front aspect, painted 18th Century fire surround with stone hearth and beaten copper fireplace, deep shelved storage cupboard, telephone point and steps to:
14'11 x 10'6
Window to the side aspect, cast iron fireplace, wash hand basin, picture rail and door with crown glass fan light over to the main landing.
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