4 bedroom country house for saleSnarford , Welton, Lincolnshire, LN8
- Three double bedrooms
- Ground floor cloakroom
- Stone mullion windows
- Recently Renovated
- Generous Gardens
- Good level parking
- Ground floor WC/Utility
- Large Sash Windows
LOCATION: The property lies on the edge of the hamlet of Snarford, ten minutes drive from the city of Lincoln. It enjoys panoramic views over open countryside as far as Lincoln cathedral. There is easy access to excellent schooling and local amenities in the villages of Welton, Scothern and Faldingworth.
DIRECTIONS: From Lincoln take the A46 north east towards Market Rasen, passing the villages of Nettleham and Welton. As you enter Snarford, turn right at the cross roads, and then right at a T-junction, before finding the property on the left.
DESCRIPTION: The Manor House is a historic stone and brick built house which has been extensively and sensitively renovated including full repointing and replacement of roof and windows, with retention of many original features. Full oil-fired central heating. Entrance door leading to:
ENTRANCE HALL: Mosaic tiled floor, bespoke fitted "book-nook", staircase to first floor, doors to:
LOUNGE: Open fireplace, large bay window with original shutters, wood floor, picture rail, ceiling rose.
DINING ROOM: beamed ceiling, open fireplace, two shuttered windows.
CLOAKROOM: Wc, wash-hand basin, quarry tiled floor.
KITCHEN: Bespoke fitted units, central island with breakfast bar and induction hob, oak worktops, oil-fired range, Belfast sink, plumbing for dishwasher and refrigerator, window seat, natural slate floor, beamed ceiling, doors to:
LOBBY: External door, second staircase, brick floor.
FAMILY ROOM: beamed ceiling, brick floor, fireplace with wood burner, external door, door to:
UTILITY ROOM: Sink, worktops, plumbing for washing machine.
FIRST FLOOR: landings leading to:
MASTER BEDROOM SUITE: marble and cast-iron fireplace, wood floor, ceiling rose, dressing room with built-in wardrobes, en-suite bathroom: jacuzzi bath with shower attachment, wc, wash-hand basin, separate shower cubicle.
BEDROOM 2: beamed ceiling, en-suite with shower, wc, wash-hand basin.
BEDROOM 3: beamed ceiling, fireplace.
FAMILY BATHROOM: free-standing bath with shower attachment, wc, wash-hand basin, connecting door to bedroom 3.
SECOND FLOOR: two large attic rooms, with insulated roof, skylights, requiring further renovation, with planning permission in place including shower room.
OUTSIDE: The property is approached via a gravelled driveway with extensive parking space. Planning permission for a double, open-fronted garage with cloakroom and also large room above. Brick and tiled outbuilding consisting of old tack room, stable and cart shed with planning permission for conversion.
Two patio areas with lighting and landscaping.
In excess of 3 acres of landscaped gardens and fully fenced paddock.
Extensive gardens including lawns, mature trees, seating area, orchard, vegetable plot, large shed, paddock, pond and chicken runs.
South Facing Garden
Off street parking
Possibility to extend (Subject to planning)
Separate dining room
Close to local shops
Ofsted Outstanding School Catchment Area
No Onward Chain
Close to transport links
Cosy cottage low ceilings
Oil central heating
Solid fuel open fire
South facing garden
Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)
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