6 bedroom detached house for sale

Rippingale PE10

Under Offer £635,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Spacious and well planned accommodation arranged over three floors
  • A good private position set well back from the road
  • Under floor heating to two floors and solid internal walls
  • Reception hall, cloakroom and lavatory
  • Spacious drawing room with conservatory off
  • TV/family room, study and separate dining room
  • High quality fitted kitchen and utility room
  • Master bedroom with en suite dressing room and bathroom
  • Five further double bedrooms and three bathrooms
  • Double garage and adjoining workshop

Full description

Howes House is approximately ten years old and conceived in a modern double fronted Georgian farmhouse style with a gabled wing to the rear. The property is built with an attractive mixture of Ibstock orange brick beneath a pantiled roof and idigbo wooden double glazed sash windows contribute to the traditional appearance. The house is set well back from Station Street with good sized gardens backing onto open countryside and approached by a block paved drive that provides ample parking for several vehicles. The accommodation is planned around an impressive reception hall with a galleried landing over and giving independent access to all of the main rooms. The drawing room is a large and well-proportioned formal room with a feature fireplace/stove and opens onto a glass conservatory at the rear. For everyday use there is a separate family/TV room which could be incorporated into the kitchen if an open plan kitchen/family room is preferred. The kitchen itself is comprehensively fitted in oak and includes a range of quality appliances. The utility room is adjacent and there is separate dining room and study. The first floor accommodation comprises a master bedroom suite with dressing room and high quality bathroom en suite, guest bedroom with an en suite shower room, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom with Philippe Starck designed sanitaryware. The second floor includes a landing, boiler room, store, two large bedrooms and a shower room. These rooms would be ideal as teenager's rooms and could be utilised to provide a degree of self-containment if the needs of an extended family are to be considered. The double garage has a useful integral workshop/store and an external staircase provides access to a large room over which could be adapted to a number of uses including the provision of a work from home facility if required. The gardens enjoy a good level of privacy and have recently been landscaped. There is a productive kitchen garden and numerous fruit trees for those interested in grow your own.


Rippingale is a small picturesque village sitting in open farmland to the east of the A15 some 5 miles north of Bourne and has its own pub, village hall, church and residential care home. The Bull Inn is thought to be the pub of the same name which features in The Archers radio programme set in the fictional village of Ambridge. There is a visiting post office in the Bull Inn four days a week and a full time post office about 3 miles away in Morton. There are various good local primary schools in the nearby villages and in particular there is access to the excellent grammar schools at both Bourne and Sleaford as well as public schooling at Witham Hall and Stamford. There are a good range of general shops and supermarkets at the nearby market towns of Bourne and Sleaford as well as access to Grantham and Peterborough with trains to London Kings Cross with a journey time from around 70 minutes.

The property will appeal to purchasers seeking an individual and flexible family home combining quality design features and an attractive rural location with access to thriving market towns, high quality schools and commuter routes.

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Added on Rightmove:
25 October 2016

Nearest station

  • Spalding (9.6 mi)
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Nearest station

  • Spalding (9.6 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Fine and Country, Lincoln

55 High Street Navenby LN5 0DZ

01522 287008 Local call rate

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