Approached via a gravel drive which has Yew trees set either side of the entrance, this beautiful Grade II Listed 18th century Manor House sits comfortably in the centre
of the village of Little Hale with landscaped gardens, a range of red brick outbuildings and garaging with pantile roofing.
Wealth of original features
Two reception rooms
Large breakfast kitchen with utility
Five bedrooms & study
Former coach house providing garaging
Workshop, office over & storage area
Open fronted barn
Lincolnshire village location
Constructed of red brick with Flemish bond and featuring
stone and brick gables along with 19th and 20th century
additions, this detached property is truly inviting and offers
accommodation over three floors with an original dogleg
staircase with tapering turned balusters and some panelling.
Many original features have been retained including leaded
windows, window seats and shutters, deep skirtings and wide moulded architraves, exposed beams and timbers.
The property has well proportioned accommodation over three floors and consists of a reception hall with family room
to the left which has a fireplace including wood burner and
windows to front and rear, through to the right is a sitting
room with open fireplace and wood burner, French doors to
the rear garden and door through to the breakfast kitchen,
utility room and cloakroom. Within the kitchen is a range of
floor and wall mounted wooden units with integrated dishwasher, built in single oven, hob and extractor. Within a
chimney recess is a two door Rayburn.
On the first floor you will find two double bedrooms sitting
symmetrically at the front of the house along with a study
area, shower room and bathroom to the rear. There is a small rear staircase from the study area leading to the second floor and the main staircase at the front also rises to the second floor where you will find three double bedrooms and a shower room.
Gardens & Grounds
The property stands in mature grounds with established trees forming the rear boundary and wrought iron railings to the front. The extensive range of outbuildings include garaging for 2/3 cars and a workshop area with loft storage and an office over. Further outbuildings providing storage and a tool shed are further along, all of which could provide the opportunity (STPP) of further accommodation if required.
Little Hale is a small village between the larger villages of
Heckington and Helpringham, both of which have good
amenities including school, doctor's surgery and Post Office.
Heckington also has good rail connections to Sleaford and
Boston. Sleaford is about 7 miles north east of Little Hale providing a town centre and all further amenities.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are all connected to theproperty, oil fired central heating is installed. None of these 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.
From Stamford, follow the A15 northbound towards Sleaford. At the roundabout with the A52 take the fourth exit, and continue until you see a signpost on your left hand side for Helpringham (B1394). Once in the village, turn right at the T-junction and remain on this road until you enter Little Hale. Once in the village turn right into Fen Road and the property can be found along this road on the right hand side.