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Stragglethorpe, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5

££850,000 Guide

7 Bedroom Detached House Under Offer

**STUNNING** Enjoying period features throughout and set in the heart of the glorious Lincolnshire countryside yet just minutes to Newark Station and the A1, this stunning home offers country living at its best with generous grounds and versatile living for all the family.


A beautiful Grade II listed country residence sitting within 1.16 acres of grounds in a pretty 'chocolate-box' village and within easy reach of all major transport links. Dating back to the 15th century, this charming home enjoys a generous paddock with its own access, as well as beautifully landscaped formal gardens. Accommodation briefly includes a drawing room and separate sitting room opposite, a formal dining room, two kitchens with a larder, pantry and utility, home office, six bedrooms, five bathrooms and the added benefit of a converted self-contained barn that is used as an additional seventh bedroom with an ensuite and kitchenette.


The village of Stragglethorpe is perfect for rural living. The area is full of historic buildings including a small church. The nearby village of Brant Broughton is situated north of the A17 approximately 12 miles south of Lincoln and 8 miles east of Newark. Amenities include: The Generous Briton public house, village shop, fire station, a busy village hall, Methodist Church, Quaker Meeting House, and the Parish Church of St Helens. Further services are located in neighbouring Navenby, Leadenham and Caythorpe.

Newark and the A1 provide superb transport links, with the nearby station providing quick and convenient access to both the North and London Kings Cross (approx 1hr10mins).

Both Lincoln and Newark are in close proximity. Dominated by one of the finest cathedrals in Europe and a recently renovated Norman Castle - home to the famous Magna Carta, it is safe to say that Lincoln is one of the most historic cities in the region. The Cathedral Quarter, at the top of the aptly named ‘Steep Hill’ features a mix of independent shops, cafes and restaurants along its cobbled streets, while ‘downhill’ Lincoln is where you will find all your favourite High Street retailers. There is also the Brayford Waterfront - home to the University, cinema, bars, cafes and restaurants, some with fabulous views over the Marina. This combination of ancient and modern urban living makes any village near Lincoln the perfect place to live.

Just along the A17 (approx. 8 miles) the charming market town of Newark-on-Trent is dotted with attractive Georgian architecture, independent stores and relaxed bistros, all centralised around a cobbled market square. Newark’s fascinating heritage is ripe for exploration with enchanting historic sites such as Newark Castle where visitors can take tours, view exhibitions or enjoy a stroll through the Victorian gardens. The town enjoys family friendly attractions such as a state-of-the-art cinema, a popular museum, art gallery and the town’s notable Palace Theatre. There is a handful of interesting independent stores in Newark 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. There are also a good range of antique shops and a large Waitrose.


There is a convenient primary school in the nearby village of Brant Broughton which benefits from a 'Good' Ofsted rating and offers pre-school and after school clubs.

Lincoln Minster, The Priory and Carre's Grammar in Sleaford as well as The Kings' School and Kesteven & Grantham Girls' School in near-by Grantham are in close proximity. Kesteven and Sleaford High is a selective academy for girls. Nearby Newark offers several Primary, Secondary and 6th Form establishments as well as two secondary education academies.


The property is approached through electric gates onto a private gravel driveway with a small lawned area to the south and a larger lawn to the eastern elevation. Above the front door and running alongside the entire southern elevation is an attractive wrought iron ornate verandah. As one continues to the rear of the property, there is an additional lawned area with a small copse at the bottom of the garden, as well as a larger gravelled driveway to the northern side of the property with access to the outbuilding with double doors.

A large paddock is accessed either from the northern driveway of via a separate access off a track connected to Stragglethorpe Lane. This area measures 0.45 acres and also has a plethora of fruit trees near to the boundary to create an orchard.


The property is centrally heated (oil) with mains electricity, water and drainage via private septic tank.


Rating: Exempt.


Band: G


The property is offered for sale by Private Treaty.


Freehold with vacant possession upon completion.


Drafted and photos taken following clients' instructions of July 2022.


Strictly by prior appointment with the Agents.


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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01522 716204

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