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Honington Road, Barkston, Grantham, NG32

7 bedroom house in Barkston

£695,000 Freehold

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  • Individually Built Family Home  |  Seven Bedrooms  |  Three Reception Areas  |  Stunning Countryside Views  |  Private Balcony Off The Master Bedroom  |  Double Garage  |  Three Storeys  |  Generous Rear Garden  |  EPC Rating B  |  Viewings By Appointment Only

With stunning countryside views to the rear and a wide array of accommodation on offer, Innisfree truly captures the description of a luxurious and substantial family home. With seven bedrooms and three generous reception areas set over three floors this property is well suited to a large family searching for an idyllic retreat away from it all. With the convenience of Grantham and its many amenities including fast rail links to London only a short drive away this extensive property is a must view. EPC Rating B

The grand entrance hall sets the standard for the rest of the home with an open spindle staircase leading to the first floor and doors leading off to all downstairs accommodation. It is worth noting the entirety of the ground floor benefits from underfloor heating, a truly welcome introduction to the home in colder weather. The main living room sits opposite the smaller snug and is centred around a multifuel burner set into an exposed brick chimney breast with solid oak mantel over. Double doors lead from here into the showstopper of the home, the vast living kitchen area. Layed out in an “L” shape the design allows for an open plan space that can clearly be seen to have three distinct areas; seating, dining and cooking. Starting with the kitchen a central island is partially surrounded by a range of base and wall units around worksurfaces with space for a range cooker, wine fridge and American style fridge/freezer. The end of the kitchen nicely joins into where the family hold more formal dining occasions overlooking the seating area. This aspect of the room is reminiscent of an orangery with the added bonus of being part of the main home avoiding typical temperature changes. With double doors leading out to the garden and windows overlooking neighbouring farmland from here any owner can truly feel away from the world. A utility room and downstairs toilet are also located off the hall as is the double garage.

The first floor of the home accommodates the majority of the bedrooms with five of the seven found here off the beautiful galleried landing. The smaller three of them are still double bedrooms one of which enjoys an ensuite shower room. The second largest has characterful sloping ceilings with Velux windows to the rear ensuring ample light floods the room. The master bedroom is a truly magnificent room with uninterrupted views across neighbouring countryside both inside the room looking out through French doors as well as from the spacious private balcony where warmer evenings can be enjoyed in peace watching the sunset. The master additionally contains a range of built-in storage and an ensuite shower room. The main family bathroom is additionally housed on this floor and offers a bath instead of a shower rendering it ideal for those with younger children.
The top floor is home to the final two double bedrooms with a further shower room giving a degree of separation from the main home, ideal for teenage children or those wanting spacious home offices.

Externally the long gardens come off from the paved patio area passing by the covered seating area that is home to the hot tub, an item the vendor is willing to leave as part of the sale and a touch of luxurious living that any new owner should come to expect with such a high specification home. The front drive has electric powered gates and ample parking for several cars as well as motorised doors into the double garage. It si worth noting the solar panels are owned outright and will remain with the property.

Inside Grantham

from a local eye view

In the area

Grantham is a growing market town best known as being the birthplace of former prime minister Margaret Thatcher. It has a population of approximately 45,000 people and surrounded by beautiful stately homes such as Belton House and Belvoir Castle which provide fun for all of the family. It boasts excellent road and rail links to London where trains can arrive in Kings Cross within 65 minutes.

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With stunning countryside views to the rear and a wide array of accommodation on offer, Innisfree truly captures the description of a luxurious and substantial family home. With seven bedrooms and three generous reception areas set over three floors this property is well suited to a large family searching for an idyllic retreat away from it all. With the convenience of Grantham and its many amenities including fast rail links to London only a short drive away this extensive property is a must view. EPC Rating B

The grand entrance hall sets the standard for the rest of the home with an open spindle staircase leading to the first floor and doors leading off to all downstairs accommodation. It is worth noting the entirety of the ground floor benefits from underfloor heating, a truly welcome introduction to the home in colder weather. The main living room sits opposite the smaller snug and is centred around a multifuel burner set into an exposed brick chimney breast with solid oak mantel over. Double doors lead from here into the showstopper of the home, the vast living kitchen area. Layed out in an “L” shape the design allows for an open plan space that can clearly be seen to have three distinct areas; seating, dining and cooking. Starting with the kitchen a central island is partially surrounded by a range of base and wall units around worksurfaces with space for a range cooker, wine fridge and American style fridge/freezer. The end of the kitchen nicely joins into where the family hold more formal dining occasions overlooking the seating area. This aspect of the room is reminiscent of an orangery with the added bonus of being part of the main home avoiding typical temperature changes. With double doors leading out to the garden and windows overlooking neighbouring farmland from here any owner can truly feel away from the world. A utility room and downstairs toilet are also located off the hall as is the double garage.

The first floor of the home accommodates the majority of the bedrooms with five of the seven found here off the beautiful galleried landing. The smaller three of them are still double bedrooms one of which enjoys an ensuite shower room. The second largest has characterful sloping ceilings with Velux windows to the rear ensuring ample light floods the room. The master bedroom is a truly magnificent room with uninterrupted views across neighbouring countryside both inside the room looking out through French doors as well as from the spacious private balcony where warmer evenings can be enjoyed in peace watching the sunset. The master additionally contains a range of built-in storage and an ensuite shower room. The main family bathroom is additionally housed on this floor and offers a bath instead of a shower rendering it ideal for those with younger children.
The top floor is home to the final two double bedrooms with a further shower room giving a degree of separation from the main home, ideal for teenage children or those wanting spacious home offices.

Externally the long gardens come off from the paved patio area passing by the covered seating area that is home to the hot tub, an item the vendor is willing to leave as part of the sale and a touch of luxurious living that any new owner should come to expect with such a high specification home. The front drive has electric powered gates and ample parking for several cars as well as motorised doors into the double garage. It si worth noting the solar panels are owned outright and will remain with the property.

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Grantham is a growing market town best known as being the birthplace of former prime minister Margaret Thatcher. It has a population of approximately 45,000 people and surrounded by beautiful stately homes such as Belton House and Belvoir Castle which provide fun for all of the family. It boasts excellent road and rail links to London where trains can arrive in Kings Cross within 65 minutes.

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