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Rectory Lane, Harlaxton, Grantham, NG32

5 bedroom house in Harlaxton

Guide price £1,400,000 Freehold

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  • Unique Period Home  |  Luxurious Living  |  Five Bedrooms  |  Ample Ground Floor Accommodation  |  Significant Outbuildings  |  No Upward Chain  |  Delightful Surrounding Grounds  |  Sought-After Village Location  |  EPC- E  |  Viewings Strictly By Appointment Only

*Guide Price £1,400,000-£1,500,000* Winkworth Grantham have the pleasure of introducing The Grange, an exquisite period country home of some 7000 square feet nestled within the quaint and well-regarded village of Harlaxton. Walking down the lengthy, tree lined, driveway through electric gates you find a rare opportunity to truly acquire a taste of yesteryear Victorian living. This unique sprawling estate enjoys ample and varied accommodation resplendent with original features and sympathetic alterations. Viewings are strictly by appointment only. EPC-E

*Guide Price £1,400,000-£1,500,000* Winkworth Grantham have the pleasure of introducing The Grange, an exquisite period country home of some 7000 square feet nestled within the quaint and well-regarded village of Harlaxton. Walking down the lengthy, tree lined, driveway through electric gates you find a rare opportunity to truly acquire a taste of yesteryear Victorian living. This unique sprawling estate enjoys ample and varied accommodation resplendent with original features and sympathetic alterations. Viewings are strictly by appointment only. EPC- E

Whilst two linking entrance halls are on offer it is the main entrance that truly encapsulates the essence of the home with full height, original doors passing through a porch into the hall itself. Bathed in light from the skylight above and boasting a grand, open spindled returning staircase to the first floor the hall gives access to three of the four reception rooms and to the rear hall. The owner’s passion for the period of the home shines through across all three main reception rooms which in turn offer spacious accommodation ideal for growing families. The two larger rooms are linked via bi-fold doors creating a vast entertainment area, if required. Through into the rear hallway the study room sits opposite the luxuriously finished downstairs w.c. and, passing by the rear staircase to the first floor, you reach the large farmhouse style kitchen, ideal as a pivotal hub of the home. Comprising a worktop with a range of base and wall units, electric powered Aga with companion cooker and hob, inset sink, built in dishwasher and under/over lighting. The kitchen has room enough for a large dining table and a door through to the utility room where further space and plumbing for appliances can be found as well as a door to a useful pantry. From here a sunroom provides access to the coal/timber store (again an excellent size).

All bedrooms are luxuriously appointed and in keeping with the age of the home. All boast original sash windows with views over the surrounding grounds. Bedroom one and two both additionally enjoy ensuite bathrooms allowing the remaining bedrooms the use of the family bathroom. The main bathroom is home to a four-piece suite including a low-level flush toilet and sink built into a storage unit, plus size bath and plus size shower cubicle (the sizes of these two are ideal for those with younger children making bathing time significantly easier). A second bathroom is found immediately alongside with a large bath, wash handbasin and airing cupboard. A compact room is located next to the bathroom and could be utilised as a bedroom/study but is currently used for storage (the loft access point is found here).

Externally the range of outbuildings contribute significantly to the square footage of the home with the largest of them all lovingly known as the “party” room. This 1353 sq ft room is completely versatile in its usage with the current owners telling fond stories of annual Christmas gatherings with space enough for all the family. The room is beautifully lit by surrounding glazing and has the use of a kitchenette neatly tucked into the corner. To the side of this, original coaching stables are still very much intact with an area above used as a gym but, allowing for a scheme of works could be converted into annex accommodation (with relevant consents) The garage has room enough for several vehicles and would make an ideal area for hobbies requiring a large, dedicated space especially considering the inclusion of a built-in wash cloakroom.

The grounds surrounding the home encapsulate the 1800’s era of the property with a large forecourt to the side of the home being the immediate and impressive beginning. With a range of mature and well established trees and shrubbery placed throughout the split level lawn offering a degree of privacy to the home from Rectory Lane it is easy to imagine whiling away warmer days within the sunny South facing garden .A property of this age and quality is a rarity to the market and offers unique period living within one of the most sought-after postcodes Grantham has to offer.

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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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*Guide Price £1,400,000-£1,500,000* Winkworth Grantham have the pleasure of introducing The Grange, an exquisite period country home of some 7000 square feet nestled within the quaint and well-regarded village of Harlaxton. Walking down the lengthy, tree lined, driveway through electric gates you find a rare opportunity to truly acquire a taste of yesteryear Victorian living. This unique sprawling estate enjoys ample and varied accommodation resplendent with original features and sympathetic alterations. Viewings are strictly by appointment only. EPC-E

*Guide Price £1,400,000-£1,500,000* Winkworth Grantham have the pleasure of introducing The Grange, an exquisite period country home of some 7000 square feet nestled within the quaint and well-regarded village of Harlaxton. Walking down the lengthy, tree lined, driveway through electric gates you find a rare opportunity to truly acquire a taste of yesteryear Victorian living. This unique sprawling estate enjoys ample and varied accommodation resplendent with original features and sympathetic alterations. Viewings are strictly by appointment only. EPC- E

Whilst two linking entrance halls are on offer it is the main entrance that truly encapsulates the essence of the home with full height, original doors passing through a porch into the hall itself. Bathed in light from the skylight above and boasting a grand, open spindled returning staircase to the first floor the hall gives access to three of the four reception rooms and to the rear hall. The owner’s passion for the period of the home shines through across all three main reception rooms which in turn offer spacious accommodation ideal for growing families. The two larger rooms are linked via bi-fold doors creating a vast entertainment area, if required. Through into the rear hallway the study room sits opposite the luxuriously finished downstairs w.c. and, passing by the rear staircase to the first floor, you reach the large farmhouse style kitchen, ideal as a pivotal hub of the home. Comprising a worktop with a range of base and wall units, electric powered Aga with companion cooker and hob, inset sink, built in dishwasher and under/over lighting. The kitchen has room enough for a large dining table and a door through to the utility room where further space and plumbing for appliances can be found as well as a door to a useful pantry. From here a sunroom provides access to the coal/timber store (again an excellent size).

All bedrooms are luxuriously appointed and in keeping with the age of the home. All boast original sash windows with views over the surrounding grounds. Bedroom one and two both additionally enjoy ensuite bathrooms allowing the remaining bedrooms the use of the family bathroom. The main bathroom is home to a four-piece suite including a low-level flush toilet and sink built into a storage unit, plus size bath and plus size shower cubicle (the sizes of these two are ideal for those with younger children making bathing time significantly easier). A second bathroom is found immediately alongside with a large bath, wash handbasin and airing cupboard. A compact room is located next to the bathroom and could be utilised as a bedroom/study but is currently used for storage (the loft access point is found here).

Externally the range of outbuildings contribute significantly to the square footage of the home with the largest of them all lovingly known as the “party” room. This 1353 sq ft room is completely versatile in its usage with the current owners telling fond stories of annual Christmas gatherings with space enough for all the family. The room is beautifully lit by surrounding glazing and has the use of a kitchenette neatly tucked into the corner. To the side of this, original coaching stables are still very much intact with an area above used as a gym but, allowing for a scheme of works could be converted into annex accommodation (with relevant consents) The garage has room enough for several vehicles and would make an ideal area for hobbies requiring a large, dedicated space especially considering the inclusion of a built-in wash cloakroom.

The grounds surrounding the home encapsulate the 1800’s era of the property with a large forecourt to the side of the home being the immediate and impressive beginning. With a range of mature and well established trees and shrubbery placed throughout the split level lawn offering a degree of privacy to the home from Rectory Lane it is easy to imagine whiling away warmer days within the sunny South facing garden .A property of this age and quality is a rarity to the market and offers unique period living within one of the most sought-after postcodes Grantham has to offer.

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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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