An exceptional property serviced by a delightful Grade II* listed Hall, a series of ancillary holiday cottages, farm buildings, farmland and woodland situated in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds, which is scheduled as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty extending in total to 63.62 acres (25.73 hectares).
An outstanding Lincolnshire Wolds property situated in spectacular surroundings and within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Grimblethorpe Hall presents a rare opportunity to acquire an historic property
which is Grade II* listed, together with a range of ancillary cottages/dwellings which have been lovingly restored and renovated to a high standard and have obtained ETC’s 5* gold rating (with the exception of the Coach House, which has not been graded but has been converted to the same standard as the other cottages). In addition, there is a range of modern and more traditional farm buildings, farmland, woodland and ponds, in all extending to 63.62 acres (25.73 hectares).
A delightful and historic Grade II* listed Lincolnshire Wolds Hall (4,817 sq ft excluding outbuildings, courtyard and loft areas) with views over the Lincolnshire Wolds and surrounded by fenced paddocks, attractive gardens and grounds, pond and specimen trees.
Adjoining Coach House (3 bedrooms) – 1,870 sq ft
The Barn – restored from the original 16th century farm barn (2 bedrooms) – 1,125 sq ft (excluding parking and storage area)
Shepherd’s Cottage (1 bedroom) – 657 sq ft
Anvil Cottage (2 bedrooms) – 1,013 sq ft
The Lodge – situated at the entrance to the Estate (3 bedrooms) – 1,160 sq ft
Range of modern and traditional farm buildings offering grain storage and livestock handling/housing facilities
Farmland of both arable and pasture, together with amenity woodland
Site of medieval village of South Cadeby
All lying in a glorious location of high amenity value, and extending in total to 63.62 acres (25.73 hectares).