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Old Manor House, Main Road, Saltfleetby, LN11
Guide price £575,000 | 5 bedrooms

Property features

• Unique Grade 2 Listed Manor House
• Mature grounds approx. 1.2 acres (sts)
• 5 bedrooms, two bathrooms, two shower rooms
• 5 reception rooms, mezzanine studio/study
• Stunning breakfast-kitchen with appliances
• Open fronted 3 car garage, large parking area
• Exceptional

A rare opportunity to purchase a unique and very special detached country residence, the Old Manor House is a fabulous Grade II Listed Country Manor dating from 1540 with attached Barn Conversions dating from the 18th and 19th Centuries, all positioned in large mature grounds of approximately 1.2 acres (subject to survey). The property has a hugely impressive front elevation approximately one hundred and forty feet in length overall, and a stunning interior with stylish contrasting east and west wings. Please see or request the colour illustrated brochure for full details.
 
Accommodation (Approximate room dimensions are shown on the floor plans which are indicative of the room layout and not to specific scale)

Ground Floor The house is entered through a

Single-storey Hallway with wide front and rear panelled doors and security bolts, radiator case, flagstone floor and six-panelled door to a Cloakroom/WC - modern white suite of dual-flush, low-level WC and corner bracket basin with tiled splash-back; flagstone floor and small window to the rear porch. Bootroom to the rear of the hall.

Drawing Room A magnificent room of superb proportions with painted beams to the ceiling which is open through the beams at front and rear to the roof slopes over. solid oak flooring, two ornamental radiator cases, two large glazed panels from floor level on the front elevation and staircase leading to the west wing first floor. Walk-through opening with step up and beam over to the two further reception rooms beyond. Ceiling light points, three wall uplighters and three up/down high-level wall lights.

Hobbies Room or Bar Area A small room with work surface and wall shelves, spotlights and a door to the Boiler Cupboard which contains the Camray 2 oil-fired central heating boiler with spotlight and shelf over.

Snug A light and airy, dual-aspect room with two arched front windows, central glazed French door having an outer plank stable door which open jointly onto the courtyard at the front and rear window overlooking the main garden. Hunter Avalon Studio 8 cast iron multi-fuel stove on quarry-tiled hearth and set in painted pillared surround with oak mantelshelf. Two uplighters, heavy beam to ceiling and solid oak flooring.

Library/Reading Room Another dual-aspect room with a built-in base cupboard and shelves by the chimney breast. Heavy beam to the ceiling.

Breakfast Kitchen Fitted with bespoke soft-close units in two-tone Neptune paint coloured silver birch and grey oak. Granite work surfaces with inset stainless steel sink unit, island unit with oak top and breakfast bar to one side. Appliances by Bosch including integrated dishwasher, combination microwave oven, refrigerator and a five-ring LPG hob with stainless steel and glass cooker hood over and glass splashback. Neff electric oven and Leckford electric range cooker with five induction plates, double oven, grill and glass splashback plus a recirculating Ellic quiet cooker hood above with light. Carved beam above dating to 1540. LED spotlights and kick space fan heater, crossed beams to the ceiling and ceramic tiled floor. Two windows overlooking the front garden and driveway.

Utility Room Base units complementing those of the kitchen, granite work surfaces and upstands, painted wall shelves, quarry tiled floor and white Belfast sink with garden views through the rear window above. Space with plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. LED spotlghts, quarry tiled floor and airing cupboard with copper hot water cylinder having lagging jacket and immersion heater.

Dining Room A dual-aspect room having a brick fireplace set in white-pillared, fluted surround with open grate and flagstone hearth. Under-heated Dijon tumbled limestone floor with digital heating control and crossed beams to the ceiling. Latch door in beamed surround to a Freezer Room/Pantry with limestone floor, beams to ceiling, light and power points.

Side Hallway Winding staircase leading to the east wing, first floor rooms; understairs cupboard with latch door Under-heated Dijon tumbled limestone floor with digital heating control, three-panel front door with glazed fan light over also lighting up the landing above and beamed ceiling with removable section to raise furniture to the first floor. Ledged door with latch handle from the dining room and to the: -

Sitting Room Dual-aspect and having a recessed fireplace with brick arch above, flagstone hearth and Gazco flame-effect LPG gas stove. Under-heated Dijon tumbled limestone floor with digital heating control, oak beam and painted cross beams in white to the ceiling.



First Floor East Wing (with deep sloping and part-sloping ceilings)



Landing with exposed rafter and purlin beams, framed doorways to the bedrooms and narrow stairs leading off the upper steps of the staircase to the family bathroom. Two up/down lighters over the staircase and feature shaped brick chimney breast. Step up through an opening to an inner landing with doors to bedroom 5.

Master Bedroom approached by a walk-through dressing area with built-in wardrobes and front sash window. A stunning room open to the ridge with exposed rafter beams, double collars and purlins and multi-pane Yorkshire sash windows. Large shaped and plastered chimney breast and angled doorway adjacent to the

En Suite Shower Room Wide raised shower cubicle having glazed screen and Aqualisa shower mixer operated by a remote wall-mounted control. Modern vanity unit concealing the cistern of the low-level WC and with inset wash basin, having cupboards beneath. LED mirror, ladder-style white radiator/towel rail and textured flooring.

Bedroom 4 An attractive double room with full length range of built-in wardrobes and store cupboards with folding doors shaped to the part-sloping ceilings. Multi-pane Yorkshire sash window and ledged door with latch handle.

Family Bathroom White suite of panelled bath with remotely controlled shower mixer unit over, handset and drench head; pedestal wash basin and low-level WC with concealed cistern and split-level plinth complementing the splashboard surround to the bath and basin. Glazed shower screen, LED mirror and chrome radiator/towel rail in ladder style. Narrow ledge door with latch handle. LED lighting and limed-oak effect flooring .

Bedroom 5 A single room with part-sloping ceiling and trap access to the roof void.

First Floor West Wing From the drawing room the second staircase leads up to the

Studio/Study which would alternatively make a further sitting area or an occasional overflow bedroom. An impressive area with sloping ceilings, two large Velux windows offering magnificent views across the garden to the open countryside beyond. Balustrade to front and rear where the gallery overlooks the drawing room below. Recessed spotlights and shaped arch with two steps up to a

Landing with feature wallpaper, circular front window and doors to bedrooms two and three.

Bedroom 2 A double bedroom with built-in wardrobes having folding doors, open beams, circular window and high-level arched window. Connecting door to

En Suite Bathroom with white suite of P-shaped bath having curved glazed screen and shower fittings to mixer tap, low-level, dual-flush WC, bidet and pedestal wash basin. Stylish matt-finish mosaic patterned tile splash-backs and surround to the bath. White ladder-style radiator/towel rail and mirror over the wash basin with glass cabinet. Circular rear window, beam, shaver light and LED spotlights.

Bedroom 3 An attractive double room with a circular rear window, high-level side window and built-in wardrobe with airing cupboard adjacent containing foam-lagged hot water cylinder with immersion heater and linen shelves. Trap access to wing roof void.

En Suite Shower Room with a suite of corner shower cubicle with curved glazed doors, shower mixer unit and drench head, dual-flush low-level WC and plinth-mounted lozenge-shaped wash hand basin with tiled splash-back. Velux double-glazed skylight window and a dark wood-effect floor covering. Exposed beam.

Outside Open-fronted, Three Bay Garage with substantial brick pillared openings, strip lights, power points and electricity consumer unit.



Workshop - an excellent size with two windows, strip lights, power points and a bench with vice. Fixed ladder to a useful floor-boarded Attic which extends across the garages with electric light.

Grounds The superb gardens are best described by the photographs within this brochure and the grounds extend to approximately 1.2 acres, (subject to survey) with extensive lawns, established trees, shrubs and bushes, a wealth of spring bulbs, well-stocked flower beds and borders and a very spacious gravelled forecourt forming a parking area for several vehicles and a very pleasant seating area. Further patio and gravel areas to the rear for patio furniture and useful garden outbuildings comprising a garden shed, greenhouse, implement store and fuel bunker.

Location Saltfleetby is a small rural village less than 10 miles east of Louth and approximately one mile from the coast where there is a protected nature reserve. The village has a public house, The Prussian Queen, within easy walking distance of the property. There is a village shop, village community hall, fishing ponds and playing fields. Further amenities can be found in Louth, Manby and Mablethorpe.

General Information The particulars of this property are intended to give a fair and substantially correct overall description for the guidance of intending purchasers. No responsibility is to be assumed for individual items. No appliances have been tested. Fixtures, fittings, carpets and curtains are excluded unless otherwise stated. Plans/Maps are not to specific scale, are based on information supplied and subject to verification by a solicitor at sale stage. We are advised that the property is connected to mains water and electricity whilst drainage is to a private system but no utility searches have been carried out to confirm at this stage. The property is in Council Tax band G.
 

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