Dry Doddington is a small rural village just off the A1 between Newark (approximately five miles) and Grantham (approximately eight miles) with a popular pub called The Wheatsheaf Inn
The historic market town of Newark lies approximately 5.5 miles away with a wide range of amenities including shops, leisure facilities, restaurants and a train station with a direct line to to London Kings Cross (from 80 minutes)
Grantham is also a nearby vibrant market town with a range of amenities including the Kings Grammar School and Kesteven and Grantham Girls School and a direct rail link to London (Kings Cross from 65 minutes)
Witham Grange is an impressive four bedroom farmhouse, the fabulous kitchen is open plan to the beautiful orangery which in turn opens on to the courtyard and stables
Witham Barn is an impressive three bedroom barn conversion with exposed beams through out and sitting room with superb floor to ceiling windows incorporating double doors and an exposed oak staircase
The grounds extend to just over eight acres with equestrian facilities including stables, a tack room, field shelter and many useful stores
Both properties benefit from ground source heat pumps
The fabulous gardens include a pond, established flower beds, a range of fruit trees, a kitchen garden and greenhouse
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Four bedroom farmhouse with three bedroom barn conversion, outbuildings and about eight acres
Dry Doddington is a small rural village just off the A1 between Newark (approx. Five miles) and Grantham (approx. Eight miles) with a popular pub called The Wheatsheaf Inn. Neighbouring villages also have local amenities including primary schools and public houses.
The historic market town of Newark offers a wide range of amenities including shops, leisure facilities, restaurants and a train station with a direct line to to London Kings Cross (from 80 minutes) and links to Nottingham and Lincoln.
Grantham is also a nearby market town with a range of amenities including the Kings Grammar School and Kesteven and Grantham Girls School. Grantham station also offers a direct rail link to London (Kings Cross from 65 minutes). The historic City of Lincoln lies approx. 21 miles away, Nottingham 26 miles and Stamford 32 miles.
Witham Grange is an impressive four bedroom farmhouse with a superb range of outbuildings including a splendid barn conversion. The grounds extend to just over eight acres with equestrian facilities and views across open countryside in this sought after village. Both properties have been modernised throughout and benefit from renewable energy in the form of ground source heat pumps.
In more detail Witham Grange comprises; entrance hall with door to utility room/ WC and double doors through to the dining room. The dining room has stripped wood floors, a fireplace with a Clearview log burner, an oak staircase to the first floor. The dining room leads into the orangery and kitchen which has a door leading into the impressive double aspect reception room. The reception room has a fireplace with a Clearview log burner and double doors opening on to the patio. The kitchen has a good range of fitted wall and base units with an integrated dish washer, granite worktops incorporating a breakfast bar and is open plan to the beautiful orangery which in turn opens on to the courtyard and stables. All rooms on the ground floor of the property benefit from underfloor heating. The first floor has a master bedroom with en suite shower room, three further double bedrooms and a luxuriously appointed family bathroom with underfloor heating.
Outside the property is approached via a gated gravel driveway which in turn leads to the courtyard of outbuildings and stables and access to Witham Barn with its own large gravel driveway to the rear.
Witham Barn is an impressive three bedroom barn conversion comprising of a double aspect sitting room with inglenook fireplace and log burner, superb floor to ceiling windows incorporating double doors and an exposed oak staircase. There is a WC and a double aspect kitchen dining room which has a good range of fitted wall and base units with integrated appliances and a door to the gravel driveway. The first floor enjoys an oak galleried landing, exposed oak beams, three bedrooms and a luxuriously appointed bathroom with underfloor heating. Witham Barn also benefits from underfloor heating on the ground floor throughout.
The courtyard which adjoins Witham Barn is currently laid out as four stables, tack room and a further storage room currently used as wood store. There is also a double car port with a boiler room which houses the ground source heat pump for the house, a workshop/store, further barn currently used as a gym and another boiler room which houses the ground source heat pump for Witham Barn. There is also a working and usable well providing a water supply.
Finally, there are fenced paddocks with a large field shelter, a moveable wood framed storage barn to the rear of Witham Barn, a pond, gardens which are mostly laid to lawn with established flower beds, a range of fruit trees, including apple, pear, plum, apricot and cherry, a kitchen garden and greenhouse.
Photography Taken February 2020
Services Mains water and electricity. Ground source heat pump. Private drainage.
Local authority South Kesteven District Council Tax Band Witham Grange: E Witham Barn: D
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