A striking period farmhouse that has been on the open market only twice in its history is for sale with JH Walter of Lincoln at a guide price of £1.4m.
Church Farm at Hough-on-the-Hill has a ridge setting, overlooking its ten acres of undulating grassland paddocks, with far-reaching countryside views.
It is in a secluded position, lying in the lea of the historic Grade-I listed All Saints’ Church.
The property has undergone a full restoration, which has sympathetically blended period mainstays with modern lifestyle living throughout the extensive four-storey accommodation of 5,700sq ft.
Principal living space includes a reception hall, three formal reception rooms, butler’s pantry and cloakroom to the ground floor, and a dining room, bespoke farmhouse kitchen, breakfast room, utility room, boot room, cloakroom and vaulted wine cellar to the lower ground floor.
There are six double bedrooms, including a master with full en-suite, study and two family bathrooms on the first and second floors.
There are many period features throughout the property, including sash windows, flagstone flooring, feature fireplaces, exposed beams, vaulted ceilings, and exposed brickwork.
Externally, landscaped walled grounds encompass large lawn areas, mature raised beds and trees, along with an orchard, kitchen garden and traditional glasshouse.
In the rear yard there is a substantial range of detached brick and pantile barns, with planning permission to convert into ancillary accommodation, along with garaging and stables.
Paddocks, with separate access, are fenced and hedged. The undulating grassland, which runs to a southern boundary with a mature woodland copse, covers a total of about ten acres.