Key Features

  • Well presented period house
  • With considerable extensions
  • Three generous bedrooms
  • Flexible ground floor accommodation
  • Support working from home with separate access
  • Scope for segregated family living
  • Elevated position with rural outlooks
  • Range of outbuildings
  • Plot extends to 0.34 acres (sts)
  • Giraffe360 Virtual Tour available
  • Oil fired heating - EPC: D
  • East Lindsey District Council - Tax band: C


Spring Bottom House is a very well presented three bedroom detached period house with more recent extensions, occupying an elevated position with rural outlooks in the popular village of Benniworth. The property has been immaculately and continuously maintained by the current vendors after extension works in 1989 and 1998; the internal living space extends to 1,685ft². The ground floor accommodation could support working from home with separate access to the second reception room, this could easily become a treatment room or studio with the adjacent office, or offers scope for segregated family living.

Externally there is an excellent driveway that wraps around the property providing ample parking and turning for multiple vehicles. The rear garden is a joy, gently sloping being predominantly laid to lawn with mature immaculately kept hedging to the boundaries and a number of mature trees. There are a range of useful outbuildings, namely two timber garden sheds, brick and pantile former washhouse, an insulated summerhouse with power supply, and concrete sectional garage. The plot extends to 0.34 acres (sts).