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An appealing, versatile Grade II Listed brick and slate two-storey semi-detached property dating from the early 19th century, fronting the Georgian pedestrian thoroughfare of Lindsey Court, offering development potential. Originally a cottage but last used as offices and now storage, the building requires a scheme of renovation and upgrading to bring it back into a new use. Despite this, the property retains many charming period features, having a three-bay frontage with central reeded doorcase with bracketed hood and traceried overlight, a signature feature of much of the Georgian property in the town. The frontage has single glazing bar sash windows, with segmented hoods. Internally, much of the original architecture and joinery remains. This central location offers some potential for continued business use, but equally with scope to revert to residential use, subject to all necessary consents. The accommodation, GIFA approx. 889 sq.ft. (82.59 sq.m.) is currently configured in four principal rooms over two floors, with entrance hall, landing and walk-in cupboard. Contact Colin Low, Horncastle office - colinlow@robert-bell.org.