Est. Mortgage £4,714 per month
Positioned atop Stubton Hill is this stunning substantial farm house, with excellent equestrian facilities, spacious and versatile living accommodation and standing of grounds of approximately 25 acres.
Ground Floor - Brick built storm porch leading in turn to entrance hallway.
Multi fuel cast iron stove, feature beams, floor to ceiling dual aspect windows.
Feature beams and beautiful wood paneling throughout
Kitchen/ Breakfast/ Family Room
Including a stunning bespoke fully integrated kitchen with AGA, original beams, flagstone flooring and log burner.
Excellent quality wall and base units in the theme of the kitchen
Flagstone flooring, bespoke wall and base units
With walk in storage cupboard and door leading to side workshop
This really is an outstanding dual aspect workshop which would lend itself to a variety of different uses. Also includes a gardeners WC
Large Double Garage
With electric up and over doors and shelving. Can be accessed internally via workshop.
First Floor - Landing area with character beams
With dressing area, vaulted ceilings and en-suite including roll top bath, corner shower unit, wash hand basin, WC and heated towel rail
Shower over roll top bath, wash hand basin and WC
There are 3 further double bedrooms all with vaulted ceilings and original beams
First floor office
Vaulted original beamed ceiling, internet and telephone connection and uninterrupted views over the surrounding countryside.
Grounds & Gardens - The farmhouse is approached via a long gravel track through a five bar wooden gate, leading in turn to a substantial parking area outside the formal entrance. Although there is a second gravelled parking area which in turn leads to the double garage and annex.
To the side of the property adjacent to the annex are two ponds and lawned area, whilst to the rear of the property there is a small pond with rockery, dining area, formal gardens laid predominantly to lawn with mature shrub and tree borders. Whilst further on there is a large paddock area, segregated by wooden fencing and hedging, and enjoying uninterrupted views across the open countryside.
To the far side of the property there is a good sized, and well maintained mnage with lighting and electric, a horse walker, further paddocks and farm land. Whilst finally the property benefits from self-maintained woodland.
Attached to the far side of the property there is an excellent stable block which can accommodate 4 to 5 horses and includes a tack room and store. Lighting and a water supply is also connected.
Separate Annex - This can be accessed either via the main building or through separate entrance at the nearside of the property. This really is a fantastic example of a two bedroom self-contained annex with large living\ kitchen\ dining area and two double bedrooms, bathroom and dual aspect outside paved dining areas.
Agents Notes - In the agents opinion, it is rare to find a barn conversion of such quality benefitting from excellent equestrian facilities and versatile living accommodation along with fantastic separate living accommodation. Internal viewing is essential to appreciate the quality and space on offer.
Local Amenities - Stubton is a delightful village situated approximately 6.7 miles from the market town of Newark (8.4 miles to station) on Trent, approximately 14.5 miles from Grantham (12 miles to station), approximately 16 miles from Sleaford and approximately 18 miles from the historic cathedral city of Lincoln. Stubton village itself benefits from a village hall and a church. The local primary school is at the nearby village of Claypole. There is excellent private and state education in the region with grammar schools for both boys and girls in Grantham and Sleaford. The commuter is well served by both road and rail with the A1 providing excellent road communications to the north and south of the country, and a superb rail link into London King's Cross from both Newark and Grantham Stations which takes from a little over an hour.
Services - Mains electric and water are understood to be connected. Oil fired heating and drainage to a private non mains system. None of the services or appliances have been tested by the agent.
Fixtures & Fittings - Every effort has been made to omit any fixtures belonging to the Vendor in the description of the property and the property is sold subject to the Vendor's right to the removal of, or payment for, as the case may be, any such fittings, etc. whether mentioned in these particulars or not. All fixtures specifically mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale and the fixtures normally designated as tenants equipment are excluded.
Directions - Heading south on the A1 take the B6326 exit towards Balderton/ Newark/ Claypole. At the first roundabout take the 2nd exit onto B6326 and then continue straight (2nd exit) at the second roundabout. Turn left onto Shire Lane which turns right and becomes Main Street, continue straight onto Stubton Road, and then onto Claypole Road. Turn left onto Fenton Road, and Stubton Hill Farm will be on the left hand side.
Possession - Vacant possession upon completion.
Viewing - Strictly by appointment through Digby & Finch.
Tenure - Freehold for sale by private treaty.
Local Authority - South Kesteven District Council
Plans - The site and floor plans forming part of these sale particulars are for identification purposes only. All relevant details should be legally checked as appropriate.
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