Key Features

  • Semi-detached period stone residence/former shop
  • Popular village location
  • Entrance lobby, former shop/lsitting room, dining kitchen
  • Three bedrooms, bathroom
  • Would benefit from a scheme of refurbishment/update
  • Shared access driveway
  • Gas central heating. EPC; F
  • North Kesteven District Council - Tax band: A


A semi-detached stone featured home of some considerable charm and character, possibly dating back to the mid/late 18th century, standing in a prominent location in the old period heart of the ever-popular village of Wellingore. The well-proportioned accommodation, with exposed beams and other attractive period features, would benefit from a general scheme of refurbishment and comprises; Ground Floor entrance hall/lobby, large dining kitchen, utility and cloakroom, front entrance lobby, the Old Shop/sitting room and storeroom; First Floor landing, bathroom and three bedrooms of overall excellent proportions.

There is shared vehicular access to the rear of the property where with space for appropriate parking, but no formal area of private garden/recreational space. We would anticipate some space available adjoining the rear elevation of the house for a seating area and decorative flower tubs/pots to be arranged.

Wellingore and its adjoining sister village of Navenby are exceptionally popular south Lincoln cliff escarpment villages and they jointly offer a very comprehensive range of local amenities, including a medical centre, primary school, butchers, bakers, restaurants and tea rooms, fast food outlets, antique shops, public houses and yet more. There are good road connections out to a number of RAF bases in the area; Lincoln and its excellent range of shopping and social facilities, Sleaford, the A1 and Newark with its high-speed rail link to London Kings Cross.