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Chapel Street, Beckingham, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5

££700,000 Guide

8 Bedroom Detached House For Sale

Guide: £700,000 - £750,000. SIX BED HOUSE + TWO BED BARN CONVERSION. Two individual character dwellings, offering the perfect balance between multi-generational living and private, self-contained space, both enjoying spacious and period accommodation within easy reach of Newark and neighbouring major transport links.


Situated a short drive from Newark Northgate with direct trains to London Kings Cross, these two beautiful homes offer multi-generational living at it's very finest. The Villa enjoys spacious living accommodation from top to bottom, with excellent potential for home working, as well as 6 well-appointed bedrooms, two of which are ensuite. The Old Barn is a completely separate self-contained residence of it's own, with extensive gardens and copious additional outside space. Together, these two wonderful dwellings offer affordable, flexible and versatile living with scope for the new owners to put their own stamp on these glorious homes.


This small village offers a charming array of period property, including a plethora of listed buildings, chocolate box cottages, a church and a small, family-run restaurant a short walk away.

Beckingham provides fantastic access to a number of transport routes in the vicinity, notably the A17, A1 and A46. The neighbouring market town of Newark lies 6 miles west of the village, providing a convenient route to Newark Northgate rail connections, including high speed links to London in 1 hour 18 minutes and Nottingham in 23 minutes. The Cathedral City of Lincoln and market town of Grantham both lie equidistant to the village, approximately 20 miles away.

Newark enjoys popular heritage sites including Newark Castle where visitors can take tours, view exhibitions or enjoy a stroll through the Victorian gardens. Other local attractions include a state-of-the-art cinema, a popular museum, art gallery and the town's notable Palace Theatre. There are a handful of interesting independent stores and antique shops in the town centre and a number of large supermarkets also close by. Newark markets are also popular among locals and visitors alike, offering fresh organic produce, locally-caught fish and artisan gifts.


Nearby Coddington benefits from a Primary Church of England School and Nursery, rated 'Good' by Ofsted, with another conveniently located in neighbouring Brant Broughton. Newark offers several Primary, Secondary and Sixth Form establishments. The property is close to various primary schools with establishments rated Good by Ofsted including Holy Trinity Catholic Academy, Christ Church Church of England Infant & Nursery School and Mount Church of England Primary & Nursery School in close proximity. The town also has two secondary education academies.

Independent schools can be found in Newark, (Highfields and Wellow House), Lincoln (Minster) and Grantham (Prep International). Popular Grammar schools are located in Grantham and Sleaford.



Family Room
20'6' x 16'0'

Drawing Room
15'8' x 14'11'

Dining Room
16'8' x 14'2'


Play Room/Study
14'8' x 9'8'

Breakfast Kitchen
19'4' x 15'2'

Utility Room
18'9' x 11'3'

Bedroom One
19'5' x 15'3'


Bedroom Two
14'2' x 12'4'


Bedroom Three
16'1' x 12'2'

Bedroom Four
16'2' x 15'1'

Bedroom Five
10'1' x 9'3'

Bedroom Six
12'2' x 7'5'

10'0' x 9'11'


Breakfast Kitchen
9'10' .209'11' x 9'3'


18'10' x 15'11'

12'0' x 9'10'

Bedroom One
13'9' x 10'6'


Bedroom Two
19'8' x 15'8'


The properties are collectively approached through electric wrought iron gates onto a tarmac driveway with ample parking to the side aspect of The Villa, and additional parking to the rear of The Old Barn. There is ample space to the rear of the property for both a caravan and a motorhome, with the additional benefit of a large double garage.

Each residence enjoys its own private gardens. The Villa has a prominent front garden which is mainly laid to lawn, extending round the gable-end of the property to an additional grassed rear garden with raised timber decking. The Old Barn, with its own double wrought iron gates to the tarmac driveway, benefits from a generous upper garden with flower beds and vegetable patch, as well as a smaller lower lawn. Annexing the double garage is a large outbuilding with its own W.C. which is currently used as a workshop but would convert nicely to an outside office.


Mains water, drainage and electricity. Oil fired central heating.


The Villa Rating: E
The Old Barn Rating: C


The Villa Band: F
The Old Barn Band: A


The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty.


Freehold with vacant possession on completion.


Drafted and photographs taken following clients' instruction of February 2022.


Strictly by prior arrangement with the Agents (01476 515329).


For further details, please contact Mount & Minster
T: 01476 515329

Tenure: Please confirm with Mount & Minster whether this property is freehold or leasehold




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Atton Place
32 Eastgate

01522 716204

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