A rare opportunity to acquire an individual styled COUNTRY COTTAGE found in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds in this area of outstanding natural beauty. NO FORWARD CHAIN.
A rare opportunity to acquire a characterful individually styled spacious COUNTRY HOUSE found in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Being approximately 12 miles from Grimsby, 10 miles from Louth and 8 miles from Market Rasen and having local shops and village amenities in nearby Binbrook, which also has a good primary school along with Ravendale. With a choice of two grammar schools in Louth and Caistor.
Hoe Hill House dates back to around 1750 and will have been extended in the Victorian era and at one time was the farmhouse. Over the years it has been a family house and guest house. The property has been substantially re-roofed and retains many of its original features but also benefits from UPVC DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS and OIL and CALOR GAS CENTRAL HEATING and the accommodation comprises…
Having composite front door and inner door being the original period glazed front door opens to the…
With Cloakroom having w.c. and wash hand basin.
10’7” x 6’3” (3.22m x 1.90m).
Door to cellar with steps down to Wine cellar and store.
32’ x 13’4” plus wide bay (9.75m x 4.06m). This splendid reception room combines the Sitting Area with its magnificent marble fireplace together encompassing Dining Area which has the wide bay incorporating casement door to the south facing walled garden.
21’8” x 13’10” max. (6.60m x 4.21m max.). With marble fireplace incorporating cast iron inset and there is access to the office and serving hatch incorporating drawers to the…
16’5” x 14’ (5m x 4.26m). This traditional styled kitchen has run of units having pine worktops and cream Shaker style fronts and incorporates a Belfast sink. There are base and wall cupboards and a Rangemaster gas range cooker. Quarry tiled floor with underfloor heating.
13’10” x 12’ (4.21m x 3.65m). What a super snug, boot room/utility or whatever you want it to be. This is part of the oldest section of the house with its quarry tiled floor, beamed ceiling and magnificent brick fireplace. There is also a range of units incorporating Belfast sink and plumbing for washer.
15’2” x 7’8” (4.62m x 2.33m). With a side entrance door to the drive, this makes a most useful additional room with independent access but currently used as an office.
With Upvc back door to the drive area and stable door to the rear garden and off this is an inner lobby with coalhouse off and door to…
15’6” x 8’3” (4.72m x 2.51m). With potential for a variety of uses.
From the main hall the dog legged staircase leads to a split landing with steps up to the front section off which are…
16’6” x 13’11” max. (5.02m x 4.24m max.) into recess. With window to the front and…
Having shower cubicle with Mira shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush w.c. and extractor fan.
14’ x 13’7” (4.26m x 4.14m) max. measurements of this room which includes the…
Having Mira shower, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush w.c. Extractor fan.
Off the rear landing are…
16’9” x 13’ (5.10m x 3.96m). With period cast iron fireplace and window looking down the garden.
En-suite Bathroom off
13’2” x 9’8” (4.01m x 2.94m). This features a run of built-in cupboards, pedestal wash hand basin and low flush w.c. and a raised section containing the slipper bath and shower cubicle with electric shower.
14’ x 12’ (4.26m x 3.65m). With wash hand basin unit and built-in wardrobe.
15’8 x 12’4” (4.77m x 3.75m). Having a Victoriana styled washstand with basin and period fireplace.
With panelled bath having mixer taps incorporating shower head. Pedestal wash hand basin, bidet, low flush w.c. and built-in airing cupboard.
Separate Shower Room
Having cubicle with Triton shower and low flush w.c.
The property is approached through a gated entrance which opens to the extensive gravelled parking and turnaround area and to the substantial garaging which combines…
15’3” x 18’5” (4.64m x 5.61m) and…
23’3” x 10’ (7.08m x 3.04m). Both having power and light.
There is a lawned area and the southerly facing formal walled garden is quite delightful and features well established borders with a host of varying shrubs and plants, lawn and a lovely horse chestnut tree. Extending beyond the formal area is the wild section which incorporates a former quarry like sunken section and could be used as a small paddock or place to keep those chickens etc.
This makes a delightful home which enjoys views over the Wolds.
Council Tax Band: ‘G’
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