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Bullington Hall Farm, Bullington, LN8
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£225,000

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Property features

  • Grade II Listed House
  • 6 Bedrooms, Gardens
  • Further Traditional Buildings
  • Former Grain Store

Property location

Property description

Summary
Bullington Hall is Grade II listed building originated in the 17th century with later additions. The sale provides a rare opportunity to purchase a detached period residence possessing many original features set in its own grounds.
The main dwelling does require comprehensive scheme of modernisation and refurbishment, together with some structural conservation.

Location:
Bullington is a hamlet situated fronting the A158 Trunk road. Lying Approximately 8 miles east from the City of Lincoln and 7 miles south from the market town of Market Rasen.

Directions:
From the Agents' offices turn left onto Queen Street, turn right at the traffic lights onto the B1202. Follow this road through Linwood, Lissington, Holton cum Beckering and into Wragby. In Wragby turn right onto the A158 Wragby to Lincoln road. The property can be found on the right hand side about 3 miles from Wragby.

History:
A Heritage Impact Assessment in the support of the relevant planning application has been carried out which reveals that the Hall (main farmhouse) is a Grade II listed building dated back to the 17th Century with later additions constructed in brick with limestone ashlar dressings and course rubble limestone all supporting a plain rosemary type tiled roof to the front south elevation. Certain building materials within the Hall are believed to have been re-used from Bullington Priory now no longer.
The farm buildings principally in brick and tile are typically Victorian and are not listed. The buildings include a mid-20th century corn store/ general purpose building.
The last agricultural use for the traditional buildings was in conjunctions with a dairy enterprise.

General Remarks:
The sale of Bullington Hall provides a rare opportunity to purchase a Grade II listed building extending to over 4,500 sq ft, together with 3 ½ acres of land and extensive range of traditional buildings. The principle living accommodation within the Hall briefly comprises : Laundry Room, Kitchen, Snug, Drawing Room, Inner Lobby, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchenette, Side Lobby, Shower Room,6 bedrooms, Dressing Room, En suite and separate Bathrooms.

Ample off road parking.

Lot 2:

Accommodation:

Laundry Room:
A range of eye and base level units, complementary roll top surfaces, exposed brick wall, beamed ceiling and space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer.
Having space for chest freezer, window to side and obscure window to rear.

Kitchen:
Having timber door to side elevation with glazed panel above and window to side, a range of wall, drawer and base units complementary work tops ,tiled splash backs ,stainless steel sink and double drainer with mixer tap over. Integrated appliances consisting of Lamona electric hob and Creda plan oven /grill, laminate flooring, space for fridge and floor standing Worcester oil fired boiler. A door leading to cupboard and consumer unit housed above.

Decorative archway to:

Snug:
Having sealed unit window to side elevation, exposed stone wall, radiators and double glazed patio door leading to rear garden.

Drawing Room:
This impressive light and airy space having double height ceiling with coving to ceiling ,wall lights ,radiator, feature stone fireplace with tiled hearth, housing log burner. A large original sash window to the front elevation and decorative glazed panel door to the side elevation leading to side garden.

Inner Lobby:
Leading to hallway with window to rear elevation and door to shallow cellar having two windows.

Sitting Room:
Having coving to ceiling, stone fire surround and stone hearth, large sash window and window to front elevation.

Dining Room:
Having beamed ceiling, stone fire surround with timber mantel and open grate, built in cupboard, exposed stone walls and wall lights. Large sash windows to front and rear elevations housing a window seat. Door leading to staircase to first floor.

Kitchenette:
Having a range of cream wall, drawer and base units complementary work tops ,high gloss tiled splash backs ,stainless steel sink and double drainer with mixer tap over. Space for a freestanding cooker with integrated Zanussi extractor above, plumbing and space for washing machine, vinyl flooring and sash window to side and window to rear.

Side Lobby:
Having timber door with inset panel.

First Floor:

Shower Room:
Having shower cubicle with mermaid board, fan heater and window to rear elevation.

The original staircase leads to all the floors with original windows to the rear elevation at each level. On the first floor landing there is a door to a storage cupboard and radiator.

Bedroom One:
Having sash window to front elevation and radiators.

En Suite:
Having shower cubicle with electric shower over, WC, pedestal hand wash basin, tiled splash backs, vinyl flooring and extractor fan.

Bathroom:
Having panelled bath with Bristan electric shower over and tiled splash backs. High flush WC, vanity unit with inset wash hand basin and storage under, radiator, airing cupboard and sash window to side elevation.

Bedroom Two:
Having two windows to side elevations and radiator. Doors leading to a walk in wardrobe area which has a single glazed sash window to the rear elevation.

Bedroom Three:
Having sash window to front elevation, beamed ceiling and radiator.

Landing:
Having two windows to rear elevation and storage heater. Door to storage cupboard.

Bedroom Four:
Having sash window to front elevation, fire surround , beams to ceiling, door to walk in wardrobe, electric storage heater and built in cupboard housing hot water tank.

Bathroom:
Having panelled bath with glass screen and Aquatronic shower over, WC, pedestal hand wash basin, tiled splash backs, dimplex heater and obscure window.

Top Floor:

Bedroom Five:
Having window to front elevation and door to cupboard. A door leads to the dressing room.

Dressing Room:
Having window to the rear elevation.

Bedroom Six:
Having window to front elevation and sloping ceilings.

Gardens:
The property benefits from wrap around lawned gardens to the side and rear elevations.

Farm Buildings:
Central block in brick and pantile roofs formerly dairy milking parlour, crew yard and general storage.

Traditional rectangle range in brick and pantile incorporating fodder store and four bay former implement shed.
A grain store/ multi-purpose building (17.6m x 18m ext) of steel portal frame.

Considered suitable for further residential use.

Tenure and Possession:
Freehold
Vacant possession will be given on completion on the purchase.

Services:
The owner/occupier informed us that any services; or appliances (including central heating) referred to in this brochure operates satisfactorily, but they have not been checked. Mains electricity and water, private drainage are connected.

Outgoings:
The Hall falls into Council Tax Band C payable to West Lindsey District Council, Guildhall, Marshall's Yard, Gainsborough DN21 2NA Tel: 01427 676676

Fixture and Fittings:
Only those items described within these sales particulars are included within the sale.

Brochure Details:
This brochure including photography was prepared by Perkins, George Mawer & Co. In accordance with the seller's instructions.

Viewings:
Strictly through the Selling Agents at their Market Rasen office. Tel: 01673 843011

Opening Hours:
Monday to Friday : 9 am to 5.15 pm - Saturday 9 am to 12.00 pm

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