Contemporary Character

House · For Sale
Guide Price £450,000

A beautiful and modern private residence with extensive accommodation finished to a very high standard and views out over the open countryside.


This stunning executive style home is located in the ever popular village of Scopwick with a level of accommodation that offers the highest standard of living. Built in 2012, the property benefits from a lovely garden, underfloor heating on the ground floor, double glazed windows throughout and a double garage with electric doors. Accommodation briefly includes a living room, kitchen diner, study, 5 bedrooms on the first floor plus two additional bedrooms on the upper floor, one of which is currently converted a cinema room. A truly immaculate home in an enviable location.

The village of Scopwick is highly desirable not only due to the attractive local properties, but also due to the ease of access to major transport hubs and local towns and cities.
The Cathedral City of Lincoln is located a mere 10 miles north, with Sleaford and Woodall Spa located 9 miles and 10 miles from the village respectively.
The nearby towns of Newark and Grantham provide excellent travel connections to London, with travel times of around an hour. The A46, A15 and A1 trunk roads provide easy access in all directions.


Ruskington has two primary schools: Ruskington Winchelsea Primary School and Chestnut Street Church of England Primary School. Winchelsea was judged to be at a good standard when it was inspected by Ofsted in 2013; at which time it had 156 pupils on roll. Chestnut Street School converted to an Academy in 2012 and at its latest Ofsted inspection it had 293 pupils on roll and was judged to be, again, at a good standard. Further Primary Schools are located on Digby and Metheringham.
The nearby town of Sleaford has three secondary schools, each of which were rated at a good standard at their latest Ofsted inspections: Carre’s Grammar School, Kesteven and Sleaford High School Selective Academy and St George’s Academy. The grammar schools are based in Sleaford, however St George’s operates across two sites, one of which is in Ruskington, where pupils are educated separately; the Sixth Form, however, is based solely at Sleaford.



A large and spacious reception hall with a beautiful porcelain floor and a central ceiling pendent light. Features include an alarm pad and access to the valves for the under-floor heating. Doors lead off to the various reception rooms and the:


The attractive porcelain floor continues through into this stunning kitchen with premium granite work-tops and soft-close drawers with beautiful high and low kitchen units all handmade by Peter Jackson. Appliances include an integrated Rangemaster dishwasher and an additional Rangemaster stove with multi-oven and induction hob. A Belfast-style sink is installed as well as a central island with breakfast bar stools. The kitchen is dominated by large gable-end windows that are east facing and allow the morning sun to pour into this enviable kitchen. A separate dining area with a central ceiling pendent light is located off the main kitchen with French doors that lead out onto the patio area.


A useful additional space with oak work-tops, a stainless steel sink, coat hooks and high and low utility storage units and cupboards. An additional back door leads out to the side elevation of the property.


A warm and relaxing area, carpeted throughout with a sought-after log burner sitting on a stone hearth with a brick fireplace and an oak lintel above. A central ceiling pendent light is fitted and dual aspect windows look out over the rear garden as well as the front drive.


A versatile additional reception room with porcelain floors, pendent light fitting and large windows to the front elevation.


Also located from the main reception hall, the porcelain floors and underfloor heating continue through into this downstairs cloakroom to include w.c., hand basin and wall mounted hand-towel rail.


The staircase from the hallway is fully carpeted with timber hand rail and balusters. The landings on both the first and second floors are carpeted with pendent lights, with the first floor landing enjoying an airing cupboard and the second floor landing including an additional storage cupboard.


A large and spacious principal bedroom, carpeted throughout with feature wallpaper to one elevation, twin windows looking out over the front of the property, a pendent ceiling light fitting and the door leading into the:


A good sized ensuite with attractive porcelain floor, heated towel rail and suite to include w.c., sink with splash-back tiles above and a large shower with dual heads and tiles from floor to ceiling.


Currently used as a dressing-room to compliment the master suite, this versatile space is carpeted throughout with a central ceiling pendent light fitting and large windows looking out over the front elevation.


A double bedroom, carpeted throughout with a ceiling pendent light fixture and a window looking out over the rear garden.


A large bathroom with tiled flooring, heated towel rail and a well equipped suite to include roll top bath sitting on chrome feet, w.c., handbasin with tiled splash back and a separate shower with tiled walls.


Another double bedroom, currently used as an additional study space, carpeted throughout with a pendent light fitting and twin windows looking out over the open countryside.


A good sized guest bedroom with the benefit of integrated wardrobes, carpeted throughout with large windows looking out over the front of the property. A door lead through into the:


Another ensuite shower-room with porcelain floor, heated towel rail, dual headed shower, w.c. and a wash basin with a tiled splash-back.


Located on the second floor, this large space is currently used as a modern cinema-room, carpeted throughout with twin velux windows with black-out blinds and side storage in the eaves either side.


Located on the opposite side of the landing to the cinema-room, this versatile space can be used for a variety of different purposes including bedroom, study or hobby-room.


The property is approached on a paved driveway with parking for multiple vehicles in front of the double garage. The approach to the front door is lawned either side with shrubs and flowerbeds. There is a oak-framed entrance porch built around the main entrance and there are Victorian-style light sconces mounted to the external wall to light up the front of the property at night.
The double garage doors are electric and operated by remote-control. The floor is constructed of concrete and there is a work station with a work-top and wall mounted tool racking. Two east facing windows are also installed with privacy glass and the boiler is also located out of the way in the corner. The garage is fully lit and includes electrical sockets.
The rear of the property is mainly laid to lawn with attractive borders, flowerbeds, trees and shrubs. The oil tank is hidden behind two garden sheds. A paved patio area is located nearest to the main dwelling with an area ideal for outdoor eating and entertaining. The external stone wall also accommodates outdoor electrical sockets and the garden tap. To top off this lovely garden, a timber framed, curved pavilion is located next to the garden boundary with a paved seating area.


The property is centrally heated throughout (oil) with mains water, electricity and drainage. The agents have not tested the services and prospective purchasers are encouraged to satisfy themselves that all services and appliances included in the sale are in working order.


The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty.


Freehold with vacant possession on completion.


Drafted and photographs taken following clients’ instructions of April 2017.


By prior arrangement with the Sole Agents (01522 716204).


For further details, please contact Mount & Minster:
T: 01522 716204

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2011 B1188, Lincoln LN4, UK