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4 bedroom detached house for sale

High Street, Laceby, North Lincolnshire, DN37


Property Description

Key features

  • Outstanding four bedroom detached Grade II Listed farmhouse in commuter village
  • Stunning entrance with open well staircase
  • Superb dual aspect drawing room with feature fireplace
  • Beamed dining room with wood burning stove, study, utility & farmhouse style kitchen with both Rayburn & gas range
  • Four first floor bedrooms ? two with stunning fireplaces, family bathroom & separate shower room
  • Two attic rooms
  • Enclosed gardens with vehicle access
  • College Farm ? where your family history begins
  • EPC Rating "Exempt"

Full description

Fine and Country Northern Lincolnshire are proud to offer for sale this stunning Grade II Listed four bedroom farmhouse in the popular commuter village of Laceby. A property of immense history and charm the accommodation briefly comprises of a dual aspect drawing room, large dining room with wood burning stove, study, WC, utility room and farmhouse style kitchen. To the first floor there are two principal bedrooms both with listed fireplaces together with a further two bedrooms and family bathroom. A separate shower room and two attic rooms complete the accommodation. The gardens are primarily lawned and enclosed and there is vehicle access from Cooper Lane. College Farm – where your family history begins.

Understood to date back to the 16th Century, this outstanding Grade II Listed four bedroom detached farmhouse is a home of undoubted character and intimate charm integral to the history of the commuter village of Laceby. There are details aplenty to entrance and beguile the viewer: the blind fan light over the recessed arched entrance, shuttered sash windows, superb timber fire surrounds and unusual sliding vent to the utility door, however, College Farm is not a museum – it is a vibrant living home proud of its history.

The main reception hall defines the home with its flagged floor, distinctive open well staircase with bulb-on-vase baluster and panelled doors. The dual aspect drawing room with open fire and beam work is a stunning family room and the dining room with large cast iron stove is ideal for family celebrations and relaxed dinner parties. A side hallway leads past a study with garden views, a practical utility and on to the 16’3 beamed breakfast kitchen with both gas fired Rayburn and separate six burner range – the informal social heart of the home.

The two principal bedrooms – both with fireplaces mentioned on the listing – lie to the front of this stunning home and an inner hallway leading from bedroom two opens to a further two bedrooms together with a traditionally appointed family bathroom. The accommodation is completed by a further shower room and two large attics.

Occupying a prominent corner position, College Farm enjoys private lawned gardens to the side and rear which are best viewed from the Clematis covered deck adjacent to the raised brick store and double gates allow vehicle access from Cooper Lane.

College Farm is so much more than a collection of details: it is a unique family home which delights and surprises at every turn.

College Farm – where your family history begins.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
15 April 2016


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