**amazing property** On offer: An elegant six-bed property with four reception rooms, four bathrooms, 1.5 acres of land and more. Scope for development. *don't miss: Click now!*
We are delighted to offer this elegant six-bed property to the market. Situated in the quiet Lincolnshire village of Glentworth, this charming Victorian house has a wealth of internal space; is set in exquisite surroundings with stunning panoramic views; and will make a perfect family home. Must be viewed: Call today!
The property is accessed via a tiled entrance porch which leads to a bright, welcoming hallway. This, in turn, leads to four generously-sized reception rooms: A lounge with a bay window and a feature fireplace; a formal dining room with French doors; a dual-aspect drawing room with a feature fireplace; and a spectacular orangery with garden access. There is also a large farmhouse-style kitchen-diner at the heart of the property. This is fitted with a range of bespoke wall and base units; granite worktops; a central island; an aga; a log-burner; and has space for a dining table. Other highlights on the ground floor include a games room; storage and utility spaces; a traditional pantry; and a dry, expansive cellar. There are also two w/c bathroom facilities. The downstairs boasts a number of period features including a series of characterful archways and arched windows.
A sweeping staircase leads to the first-floor landing which, in turn, leads to six well-proportioned bedrooms. The dual-aspect master bedroom has a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite, and enjoys glorious views. There is also a home office area and a large family bathroom with a roll-top bath. All the rooms benefit from character features such as open fireplaces, Victorian-style radiators, high ceilings and traditional coving.
The property is nestled in c.1.5 acres of mature, established gardens. Highlights include a private through driveway with an entrance, an exit and parking for multiple vehicles; raised south-facing terraces; and a pleasant barbeque area which is ideal for al fresco dining. There are also several undeveloped outbuildings, one of which is currently used as a garage. The outbuildings could easily be turned into a gym, an annexe, an office or AirBnB accommodation. They could also be converted into stables, given they lie adjacent to an orchard which could be turned into a paddock for horses.
Glentworth is a peaceful village, c.12 miles north of Lincoln and c.10 miles east of Gainsborough. There is a wide range of amenities nearby including good primary and secondary schools such as the highly-regarded Queen Elizabeth's High School in Gainsborough. The property enjoys good transport links to national motorway and mainline railway networks, including trains to London and Edinburgh via Lincoln and Retford railway stations.
In short, this unique property has lots to offer and, with a handful of minor modifications, will make a perfect family home. Viewings are highly recommended so don't delay: Call today!
The accommodation comprises: Ground floor: A hallway, a lounge, a dining room, a drawing room, an orangery, a kitchen-diner, a games room, storage and utility spaces, a pantry, a cellar and two bathrooms. First floor: A landing, six bedrooms, an ensuite, a home office and a family bathroom. Exterior: C.1.5 acres of established gardens, a private driveway, parking for multiple vehicles, south-facing terraces, undeveloped outbuildings and an orchard.
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