Key Features

  • Mid 19th century Rectory
  • Mature landscaped gardens of approx 2 acres (sts)
  • Impressive central entrance hall with fine staircase
  • The principle reception rooms benefit from large bay windows overlooking the gardens
  • Surrounded by the Lincolnshire Wolds
  • Property stands in an elevated position

Description

**No chain** A fine mid 19th century Rectory standing within beautiful and mature gardens of approximately 2 acres (sts) with the option to purchase a further 9.9 acres (sts) of pastureland.

Situated within the small hamlet of Raithby cum Maltby and surrounded by the beautiful rolling countryside of the Lincolnshire Wolds, a designated 'Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty' The Old Rectory, built in 1862 boasts an impressive central entrance hall with fine staircase and spacious galleried landing. The principle reception rooms and master bedroom benefit from large bay windows overlooking the formal gardens, with views across open countryside beyond.

Whilst the property will require cosmetic improvement, it has been improved with carefully selected cream Victorian style upvc sash windows and it retains many fine original features including wood paneled doors, deep moulded cornices and architraves and high wooden skirting boards.

The house stands in an elevated position within its grounds, approached via a sweeping tree lined driveway. The formal gardens have been carefully landscaped and boast a fine selection of mature trees, shrubs and planted borders. To the front of the property there is a manicured croquet lawn. Whilst the gardens wrap around the property on all sides, there are spacious lawns to the east and west.