*A FINE COUNTRY HOME *GRADE II LISTED *FOUR RECEPTION ROOMS *FAMILY LIVING KITCHEN * FIVE SPACIOUS BEDROOMS *THREE ADAPTABLE UPSTAIRS ROOMS *FOUR BAY GARAGE *FAR REACHING VIEWS Read more
*A FINE COUNTRY HOME *GRADE II LISTED *FOUR RECEPTION ROOMS *FAMILY LIVING KITCHEN * FIVE SPACIOUS BEDROOMS *THREE ADAPTABLE UPSTAIRS ROOMS *FOUR BAY GARAGE *FAR REACHING VIEWS
* A FINE COUNTRY HOME * GRADE II LISTED * AREA OF IMPORTANT HISTORIC INTEREST * FOUR RECEPTION ROOMS * FAMILY LIVING KITCHEN * FIVE SPACIOUS BEDROOMS * 3 FURTHER VERSATILE UPSTAIRS ROOMS * FOUR BAY GARAGE * FAR REACHING VIEWS
Manor Farm, a fine Grade II Listed building stands in the tiny settlement of Eagle Hall in peaceful, rural surroundings. The accommodation provides rooms which reflect the character and dating of the house from medieval times, the 18th and 19th century and indeed a 20th century kitchen extension. Constructed with stonework, brick and render the house was substantially restored just over thirty years and now comes to the market for the first time following this lengthy period as a family home.
The rooms are warm and inviting. This is a large house but the accommodation flows throughout. The principal rooms have a south facing aspect of the walled and enclosed garden. There are views to the north and north east of the house over miles of unspoilt countryside. Eagle Hall is approached by comparatively quiet country lanes and this is a most tranquil and pleasant situation.
The ground floor provides a reception hall with the first staircase and a high ceiling. The morning room is a large dual aspect room and also leading through from the hall is the music room which features a finely carved fireplace and Oak beams. There is an inner hall with the second staircase, a wide and easy flight leading to first floor levels. The sitting room has a heavily beamed ceiling and deep window reveal within the stone elevations. The fine dining room has an 11' high heavily beamed ceiling and a wonderful inglenook fireplace. There are views towards Lincoln Cathedral from this room. The kitchen, a comparatively modern extension to the house, has space for a large dining table and there is a Stanley cooking range. Ancillary rooms include a rear porch, boiler room and downstairs separate WC. The staircase from the reception hall rises to a landing, master bedroom 1 with en suite and an ideal guest bedroom with connecting door to the main landing. Also on the first floor level is a further bedroom presently used as a study and the family bathroom. The staircase from the inner hall has rather splendid handrails and balustrades which leads to the games room with exposed Kingpost roof trusses and gable windows. A short flight of steps to the children's bedrooms Nos 3 and 4 with connecting doors. A flight of winding stairs from the reception hall landing continues to the second floor with attic rooms.
Outside there is an outhouse comprising potting shed, coal shed and store. The four bay former open cart shed provides excellent garaging. There is a walled garden, tarmacadam driveway, gravelled areas and walled frontage.
Eagle Hall is an area of historical significance. The Knights Templars and Knights Hospitallers are known to have been active in this area during the 12th and 13th century crusades to Jerusalem. Manor Farm now sits in this small settlement with Eagle Hall House, The Coach House and The Barn as neighbouring properties. The villages of Swinderby and Eagle, both with primary schools, are within two miles. Access points to the A46, also within a couple of miles, provide easy access to Lincoln and Newark. There is a nearby railway commuter service to Lincoln, Newark and Nottingham. Fast East Coast railway trains are capable of journey times between Newark Northgate and London Kings Cross in just over 75 minutes. Whilst within the rural and rolling countryside of the Lincolnshire borders, Eagle Hall is quite accessible to local centres and beyond.
The house is principally built in stone and brick under a part pantiled and part slated roof. The window frames are wooden, contemporary with the renovation date over thirty years ago. Central heating is oil fired and the Stanley cooking range provides supplementary hot water. The following accommodation is provided:-
Ground Floor -
Reception Hall - With front entrance door, staircase to the first floor, archway to a lower level with cloaks space, quarry tiled floor and high beamed ceiling.
Morning Room - 4.88m x 4.83m (16' x 15'10") - With fireplace with brick surround, quarry tiled hearth and wood stove. Windows in the south east and south west elevations. Two exposed Oak beams, two radiators and picture rail.
Music Room - 4.83m x 4.55m (15'10" x 14'11") - With original built in cupboards within the alcoves, book shelving and a finely carved fireplace surround with mantle. Two exposed Oak beams, double panelled radiator and window in the south east elevation.
Inner Hall - With a fine second staircase to the First Floor accommodation and a lower level with stone floor, deep window recess, radiator, ceiling beams and old exposed stone wall.
Sitting Room - 5.13m x 4.06m (16'10" x 13'4") - A snug room with heavily beamed ceiling, fireplace and wood stove. Deep window reveal, stone display shelves either side of the fireplace and reveal with shelf and herringbone brickwork.
Dining Room - 5.16m x 4.85m (16'11" x 15'11") - This very fine, baronial Dining Room has a measured ceiling 11' (3.35 m) in height with heavy beams, tall window reveal with box sash in the north elevation and deep casement window. Brick surrounds to the fireplace and herringbone brickwork within the recess. This working fireplace has a dog grate. There are views, particularly when floodlit, from the Dining Room towards Lincoln Cathedral. Double panelled radiator.
Kitchen - 6.05m x 5.13m (19'10" x 16'10") - Inglenook with beam and cupboards either side also housing the Stanley solid fuel cooking range. Fitted base units, wall cupboards, working surfaces incorporating a one and a half sink unit and waste disposal unit. Integrated NEFF dishwasher. Double panelled radiator. Windows in the north west and south east elevations. Appliances also include a NEFF oven, electric hob, extractor hood and integrated NEFF refrigerator. Recessed ceiling lighting.
Further View Of Kitchen -
Rear Porch - With stone floor and rear entrance door. High level shelf and substantial cloaks space. Double panelled radiator.
Boiler Room - With oil fired central heating boiler, working surfaces, plumbing for a washing machine and provision for a dryer. Deep shelving in alove.
Separate Wc - With low suite WC, basin, cabinet, heated towel rail, half tiled walls and shaver point.
First Floor - The staircase from the from the front hall rises to a Landing
Bedroom 1 - 4.85m x 4.85m (15'11" x 15'11") - With south west and south east windows, two exposed ceiling beams, picture rail and double panelled radiator.
En Suite Bathroom - With suite comprising bath with shower over, basin and low suite WC. Tiled walls, radiator, shaver point and heavily beamed ceiling.
Guest Bedroom 2 - 4.83m x 4.90m (15'10" x 16'1") - With double panelled radiator, two exposed beams, picture rail and connecting door to the Landing.
Bathroom - 4.14m x 2.97m (13'7" x 9'9") - With white suite comprising bath, vanity basin, low suite WC, shower cubicle, radiator, deep window recess, double panelled radiator and heavily beamed ceiling.
A flight of winding stairs with solid balustrades leads to the Games Room and children's bedrooms.
Bedroom 3 - 5.44m x 3.00m (17'10" x 9'10") - With conservation Velux roof light, radiator and connecting door to Bedroom 4.
Bedroom 4 - 4.55m x 2.84m (14'11" x 9'4") - With two double panelled radiators, gable window, large airing cupboard containing the hot water cylinder with immersion heater and hot water pump.
Bedroom 5 - 4.14m x 2.13m plus 1.22m deep door recess (13'7" x - Double panelled radiator. This room is currently used as a Study.
Games Room/ Tv Room/ Play Room - 6.40m x 5.49m overall floor area (21' x 18' overal - With Kingpost truss sections, radiator, spotlights and two gable windows.
Second Floor - The winding staircase continues to a half Landing with Box Room (high level door) and continuing to a Second Floor Landing
Attic Room One ("Cheese Room") - 5.00m x 4.95m (16'5" x 16'3") - With gable window (south), exposed roof rafters, purlins and collars. Radiator.
Attic Room Two - 5.00m x 4.88m (16'5" x 16') - With gable window (north), exposed roof rafters, purlins and collars. Radiator. This room is currently used as a store room.
Outside - The property is approached by a tarmacadam driveway and in the frontage area there is a Right of Way for a short distance to The Coach House.
The property has a walled frontage, lawned area and stone paths. Large central heating oil tank.
The walled garden has a lawned area and there are gravelled areas in front of the Garage providing turning and parking space.
Sensor lighting externally.
Open Four Bay Garage - Of brick and pantile construction with adjacent store shed.
Outhouses - Of brick and pantile construction comprising Potting Shed, Coal Store and Store. Power and light connected.
Rear View Of Property -
Services - Mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Drainage is to a septic tank.
Tenure - The property is freehold.
Possession - Vacant possession will be given on completion.
Mortgage - Mortgage advice is available through our Mortgage Adviser. Your home is at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other loan secured on it.
Viewing - Strictly by appointment with the selling agents.