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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Mill Lane, Spilsby, Lincolnshire, PE23

Guide Price £895,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

Riverside setting
5 Double Bedrooms
Triple aspect windows in Sitting room
Large Conservatory
Set in 3 acres of land
New Kitchen and Bathrooms
Separate Granny Annexe
Large Workshop
No Chain

Aswardby Watermill is a unique character home, standing astride the River Lymm, it was built around 1780 and is situated in an attractive rural setting within predominately wooded grounds of approximately 1.24 hectares (3.07 acres). The property is located just outside the village of Sausthorpe, in the Lincolnshire Wolds, and is approached via a private lane and tree lined driveway. The delightful grounds border the River Lymm on both sides with attractive landscaping surrounding the mill pool.
The present owners purchased the mill in early 2006 and have since made many improvements to the property including new bathrooms, new kitchen, extra bedroom, conservatory, a lift and a large workshop/store.
The accommodation is arranged over 3 floors and offers 5 double bedrooms, 3 with en-suite facilities, and 3 reception rooms, all with views along the river.
On the first floor there is an attractive balcony/verandah overlooking the woodland area, river and mill pond which lies to the front of the property where the river channels through the mill race. Below the balcony a partially covered hot-tub has been positioned to enjoy the relaxing views.
A large conservatory is accessed via the ground floor lounge and is a spectacular addition to the mill, offering wonderful river and garden views, having a sun deck overlooking the mill pond and a purpose built pizza oven room to the rear.
The property benefits from both Calor gas and electric central heating and is fully double glazed. The property also has a heating source generated by a hydrodynamic Archimedes screw from the mill stream. It should be noted that the criteria used for the rating of the Energy Performance Certificate does not allow for this to be taken into account and the rating is therefore not an accurate reflection of the energy efficiency of the property. A large wood burning stove is located in the ground floor lounge.
An independent Granny Annexe with conservatory and paved seating area is found in the grounds offering open plan living accommodation, with views along the river, and having a double bedroom with large en-suite shower room. The annexe has a wood burning stove and night storage heaters.
To the rear of the mill the driveway leads to a large gravelled area, the double garage with clock tower and the workshop/store. The workshop/store is 9.5m x 30m and has its own heating via a Hiton waste oil heater.

Ground floor: Aswardby Watermill is entered via the large solid wood and glazed doors with matching side panels.

Reception hall: having exposed brick wall, radiator, Karndean flooring and oak doors off to

Cloaks cupboard

Large inner lobby: with hydraulic lift to first floor

Utility room: 3.20m x 2.52m (10’6 x 8’3) having work surface with inset sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine, wall mounted Worcester Calor gas boiler

Downstairs cloakroom: having low level WC, pedestal hand basin and radiator

Downstairs bedroom 1: 2.8m x 5.8m (9’2 x 19’) with two fitted wardrobes, radiator. Double width shower cubicle, fully tiled with wall mounted ladder towel rail/radiator

Living room: 5.2m x 6m (17’1 x 19’8) with original mill workings and small wine store illuminated in a double glazed enclosure. Clearview log burner set on a millstone hearth. Staircase to first floor. Glazed doors leading out into the large

Conservatory: tiled floor, automatic opening windows for ventilation, double doors to a sun deck overlooking the mill pond. To the rear of the conservatory is a purpose built pizza oven.

The First Floor:

Dining room: 6.4m x 5.44m (21’ x 17’10) with original mill workings, beamed ceiling, staircase to second floor, doors to kitchen and main bedroom suite and French doors opening out onto the

Balcony/verandah: which continues around the mill to the barbeque/sitting area, which has a spiral staircase leading to the grounds and the hot-tub. The balcony overlooks the mill pond, river and woodland garden

Breakfast kitchen: 5.15m x 5.7m (16’10 x 18’8) having contemporary fitted units comprising quartz worktops with a range of cupboards and drawers beneath, inset double bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap, built in fridge and freezer, built in dishwasher, peninsular unit with a range of cupboards and drawers beneath and inset induction hob, built in double oven and grill, full height pull out pantry cupboard, cloaks cupboard, breakfast bar, two radiators, Karndean grey oak effect flooring. Matching doors open to lift and to

Bedroom 2: 2.7m x 4.4m (8’10 x 14’5) with radiator, door to

En suite shower room: with shower, pedestal hand basin, low level WC and ladder style towel rail/radiator

From the dining room an oak door opens into an inner hall with doors off to

Master bedroom suite: comprising
Master bedroom 3: 3.3m x 4.7m (10’10 x 15’5) having a full width range of built in wardrobes, radiator, French doors leading out onto the balcony and affording spectacular views of mill pond and gardens

En suite shower room: having low level WC, bidet, vanity hand basin with cupboards above and below, illuminated mirror, ladder style towel rail/radiator, walk in shower with fully tiled walls, LED spotlights

The first floor can also be accessed via an outside staircase leading to a glazed porch area with entrance to kitchen.

From the dining room the oak staircase leads up to

The Second Floor: landing with high ceiling, beams and support. Large oak double doors to

Sitting room: 5.66m x 5.11m (18’7 x 16’9) having high pitched ceiling with exposed beams, feature corner brick fireplace and coal effect cast iron Calor gas fire on a tiled hearth. Triple aspect windows affording stunning views over the river

Bedroom 4: 3.83m x 2.97m (12’7 x 9’9) with radiator, high pitched ceiling with exposed beams

Bedroom 5: 2.13m x 3.83m (7’ x 12’7) with radiator, high pitched ceiling and exposed beams

Bathroom: new bathroom suite comprising a panelled bath, low level WC and pedestal hand basin with storage cupboards, chrome ladder towel rail/radiator.

Granny Annexe: 10m x 4.2m (32’9 x 9’4) paved seating area and entrance door to

Conservatory: with tiled floor
Open plan Living room/Kitchen: having a range of fitted units with built in oven and hob in kitchen area with space for dining table. Log burner and night storage heater

Bedroom: having electric night storage heater

En suite shower room: having low level WC, bidet, pedestal hand basin and walk in shower with fully tiled walls.

A tree lined driveway carries on from the private lane and leads to the rear of the watermill. There is a large gravelled area to the rear for parking, a double garage with clock tower on the pitched and tiled roof, and the

Large workshop/store: 9.5m x 30m (100’ x 30’) with its own heating via a waste oil heater HITON HP145 42KW. With a concrete base, power and light, and ample storage space, this building is ideal for car restoration, DIY and hobbies etc

The grounds of the property lie on either side of the River Lymm, there is a large wooded garden area, a large lawn and a paddock totaling approximately 1.24 hectares (3.07 acres).

Energy Performance Certificates (EPCs)

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
08 October 2016

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