A beautifully appointed village home offering stylish, versatile accommodation traditionally arranged over two
floors. The original property is thought to date from approximately 1740 and has seen many changes and additions over time.
The centre of this home has to be the kitchen, recently fitted with an extensive range of painted wall and floor standing cabinets beneath granite work surfaces. Integrated appliances include a range cooker, dishwasher, fridge freezer and wine chiller.
The kitchen is open to an orangery creating a perfect space
for cooking and entertaining with both dining and casual
seating areas. Limestone flooring has underfloor heating
which continues through both the hallway and the inner
A spacious sitting room with solid oak flooring and twin
windows overlooking the private garden has a wood burning
stove set within an inset chimney breast with beam over.
The snug/study is located off the inner reception room and
has a fitted storage cupboard and similar views to the sitting rooms.
A large reception room, originally the family room, has
double doors off the hallway and wide Oak flooring. French
doors provide access to a terrace area and onto the private
garden. This room is currently used as a gym but will easily
convert back to a family room if required.
To the rear of the hallway is a spacious utility/boot room
with storage cupboards and access to the integral double
The cloak room is fully fitted with marble tops over painted
Stairs rise to a bright first floor landing with a barn window
flooding the area with natural light.
The principle bedroom is very well proportioned and benefits from a dressing area with in built wardrobes and a fully tiled en suite shower room with fitted furniture, large walk in shower, vanity sink and WC.
The family bathroom has a freestanding bath, a large walk
in shower, a fitted vanity unit with sink over and WC.
Four further double bedrooms complete the first floor
Lawned gardens wrap around the property and sit behind
mature hedging providing complete privacy. A stone terrace
runs along the length of the property with steps leading to
the lawn area. A wide driveway allows for ample parking and terminates at a double garage that has both power and light.
Set in an idyllic location Manthorpe is a small rural village
with a village shop/butchers in the South Kesteven district
of Lincolnshire. It lies 3 miles South-West from Bourne
and 6 miles North-East from the Georgian Market town of
Schooling in the area is excellent with Manthorpe being in
the catchment area for Bourne Grammar School. The adjoining village of Thurlby boasts a thriving village community with an excellent primary school, general store/post office, parish and Methodist church, community hall and public house.
Electric, water and mains drains are understood to be
connected. The property has oil fired central heating.
Bottled gas supplies the range hob. (None tested by the
FIXTURES AND 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 tenant's equipment are excluded.
South Kesteven District Council.
Strictly by appointment through Humberts (Stamford Office), Telephone: 01780 758 090.
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.