Church Street, Scothern, Lincoln

£450,000 Asking Price
For Sale
3 Bedrooms
3 Receptions
2 Bathrooms

Property Summary

A rare opportunity to acquire an exceptional three bedroom detached house which was the original Post Office to the village of Scothern. The property dates back to the 17th Century and has exposed beams and period features throughout and has been sympathetically extended to create a beautiful family home. Set within the heart of the Village and within easy access to the Cathedral City of Lincoln.

Property Features

  • Three Bedrooms and Ensuite to Master Bedroom
  • Large Kitchen with Vaulted Ceiling and AGA
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Family Bathroom with Separate walkin Shower
  • Exposed Beams and Period Features Throughout
  • Secluded Garden
  • Large Utility Room and Pantry
  • Driveway Parking and Double Garage
  • Central Village Location
  • EPC Rating D


Full Details

Property Description
The Old Post Office is situated within the heart of the popular village of Scothern which is situated approximately 6 miles to the North-East of the Cathedral City of Lincoln. Believed to date back to the 17th Century, this property has period features and exposed beams throughout and further benefits from bespoke Oak double glazed windows and exterior doors together with bespoke wooden fitted kitchen and Chislewood fitted cupboards, bedroom furniture and Utility Room. The property was extended in 2003 to create this fabulous family home and is now offered to the market with three bedrooms, ensuite to Master Bedroom, Family Bathroom with separate walk in shower, three reception rooms, downstairs cloakroom, Utility Room and an exceptional kitchen with dining area, exposed beams to a vaulted ceiling, walk in pantry and an Aga. The property further benefits from a secluded garden with a natural stone patio area, leading to a large driveway with a detached double garage.

This property is presented to an exceptionally high standard throughout benefitting from Gas central heating and with high quality fittings in all areas. This is a rare opportunity to acquire such a unique and beautiful home within the popular village of Scothern.

Entrance Hall
With terracotta tiled floor with underfloor heating, exposed beams, ceiling spot lights and door leading to the garden.

Kitchen with Dining Area 5.67 x 4.57 (18'7" x 14'11")
An impressive room with double height vaulted ceiling with exposed oak beams. Terracotta tiled floor with underfloor heating, bespoke wooden fitted wall and base kitchen units with granite worksurface over and separate Island with power sockets. Gas three oven Aga and porcelain sink with drainer and mixer tap over. Integral Dishwasher and Separate Integral Fridge and Freezer together with integral microwave. With ceiling spot lights and four hand built oak framed windows to the front and side of the property overlooking the garden and double oak frame patio doors leading to the garden area. With door leading to the Entrance Hall and door leading to the Walk In Pantry.

Walk In Pantry
Situated off the Kitchen with terracotta tiled flooring, ceiling light fitting and shelving to the walls.

Utility Room
Situated off the Entrance Hall with terracotta tiled floor with under floor heating and exposed oak beams. Ceiling spot lights and small window to the side of the property. With fitted bespoke Chislewood base units with timber work surface over, Belfast sink with tap over and space for stacked washing machine and tumble dryer and coat hooks to the walls.

Inner Hallway
Situated off the Entrance Hall with terracotta tiled flooring with underfloor heating, exposed beam with ceiling spot lights, bespoke fitted storage cupboards and doors leading to the Family Room, Cloakroom and Dining Area.

Family Room 4.03 x 2.72 (13'2" x 8'11")
With laminate flooring and underfloor heating, exposed beams and ceiling spot lights. With three small windows to the side of the property, this rooms is used by the current owners as a Play Room and study and benefits from built in Chislewood desk and storage area.

WC Cloakroom
With terracotta tiled floor, low level WC, wash hand basin, wall mounted radiator, exposed timber beams and ceiling spot lights.

Dining Area 3.60 x2.96 (11'9" x9'8")
This room is part of the original building dating back to the 17th Century. With solid timber flooring, exposed beams and wall mounted light fittings. with box bay window overlooking the garden and wall mounted radiator. With a capped off decorative Inglenook Fireplace with two storage cupboards with original exposed timber doors. Exposed timber door leading to the stairs to the first floor and a solid Oak door leading to the patio area in the garden.

Living Room 3.60 x 2.99 (11'9" x 9'9")
Situated off the Dining Area within the original part of the building, this room has carpet as laid with woodburning stove with exposed beams and wall mounted lights. Window to the garden and wall mounted radiator and TV point.

First Floor Landing
This landing area is part of the original building with exposed beams and ceiling light spots and doors to first floor rooms. With a low level window to the garden area, fitted carpet, storage cupboard and Chislewood bespoke storage cupboard.

Bedroom 1 3.21 x 4.55 (10'6" x 14'11")
A Master bedroom which benefits from high ceilings with exposed beams with ceiling spot lights. With two Velux window and a low level window creating a light and spacious room. With fitted carpet and wall mounted radiator and doorway leading to a Dressing Area with two bespoke fitted Chislewood Wardrobes with either side offering copious amounts of storage space and with further door leading to the Ensuite Shower Room.

Ensuite Shower Room
With Corner Shower unit with mains fed shower, low level WC, wash hand basin and wall mounted radiator. Vinyl flooring as laid, extractor fan, Velux window and exposed beams to the ceiling with ceiling spot lights.

Bedroom 2 3.60 x 3.14 (11'9" x 10'3")
Situated within the original part of the property, this rooms benefits from exposed beams within a high ceiling with ceiling spot lights and a Velux window and low level window overlooking the garden. Wall mounted radiator, fitted carpet and bespoke Chislewood fitted double wardrobe.

Bedroom 3 2.03 x 2.68 (6'7" x 8'9")
A beautifully crafted room with bespoke Chislewood fitted units creating a fitted single bed and fitted shelves and storage area. With exposed beams and Velux window, wall mounted radiator, fitted carpet and ceiling spot lights

Family Bathroom
With tiled flooring, bath with mixer tap over, low level WC, wash hand basin and large separate walk in shower area with mains fed shower. Tiled walls to the shower and bath area, Velux window, exposed beams, extractor fan and ceiling spot lights.

Garden and Patio Area
To the outside of the property is a secluded garden with a large Natural Stone patio area and the remainder laid to lawn. With established hedges to the border and flowerbeds and timber fencing to the boundaries. The garden is secluded and can be accessed from a three doors from the property.

Driveway and Double Garage
The driveway area is access has stone walls to the boundary and is accessed off Church Street through a wide entrance onto a large brick paved driveway area offering space for at least two vehicles. There is also a large detached double garage with benefits from each garage having two double doors (one of which is electric) and each garage has power, light and a ladder offering addition storage in the loft area.

The village of Scothern is situated approximately 6 miles North East of the City of Lincoln and is within the West Lindsey District of Lincoln. Scothern benefits from Ellison Boulters Academy for primary age children within a short walk, Heath Farm Day Nursery offering childcare from babies to pre school age, the Bottle and Glass village pub, Scothern Nurseries Plant Centre and tea room and the beautiful Scothern Church a short walk from the property. The neighbouring village of Welton has William Farr Secondary School and a variety of shops and public houses.

The property benefits from public transport links to the City of Lincoln and easy road links to the A15 bypass of Lincoln giving easy access to Newark and the mainline railway station to Kings Cross London. The City of Lincoln offers a variety of shops, restaurants, museums and Lincoln Cathedral and Castle in the Bailgate area of Lincoln and further shops, coffee shops and amenities towards the High Street and Brayford Marina in Lincoln where you will also find the University of Lincoln.

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