Lincolnshire, NG34 8SG
A Grade II traditional 5 bedroom farmhouse in need of refurbishment
with an extensive range of traditional and modern outbuildings and circa
4.80 acres of grazing land (with the option to purchase a further 6 acres by
separate negotiation) in picturesque open countryside.
Sleaford 4.8 miles, Grantham 13.9 miles, Sleaford
mainline station 4.4 miles (Lincoln 33 minutes/
Nottingham 1 hour 9 minutes), A1 13.9 miles
5 Bedroom farmhouse requiring refurbishment
Outbuildings and stables | General purpose
building and a range of traditional brick buildings with potential for conversion
4.80 acres of pasture.
Thorns Farmhouse An impressive and traditionally styled Grade
II listed farmhouse, dating from the mid 18th century. Extending to some 3,028 sq ft the
property provides spacious family living accommodation over two principal floors.
The property is in need of refurbishment and modernisation, but offers excellent potential
to acquire a period house of character. The property retains many original and period features throughout. The sitting room
and dining room are located on either side of the main entrance, and both feature ornate
fireplaces which could be reinstated to their original character. The large kitchen and
breakfast room could create an elegant and spacious country kitchen. There is a good-sized
utility room found adjacent the kitchen, and this leads into a compact room which could be used
as a snug or study area. Stairs in the reception hall lead down to the cellar.
Two sets of stairs lead to the first floor where there are five well-proportioned bedrooms.
All the bedrooms are of a good size, with three being particularly generous. The two family
bathrooms are both very spacious.
The Property in total extends to circa 6.80 aces, which comprise the Farmhouse and associated
grounds, circa 4.80 acres of pasture and extensive traditional farm buildings. The field immediately
to the east extending to approximately 6 acres (edged blue) is available by separate negotiation
A long driveway with lawns either side leads to the front entrance of the main house, while at
the rear there is a courtyard area surrounded by outbuildings, which include a garage, loose
box stables and general stores. A secondary gravelled driveway leads to a range of detached
traditional brick farm buildings, including a large brick barn with vaulted timber roof and
a general purpose building. Providing circa
6,882 sqft of accommodation with potential for alternative use, including residential conversion.
Subject to obtaining necessary consents.