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  • / Wykes Manor Grade ii* listed A HISTORIC GRADE II LISTED Wykes Lane DATING FROM THE LATE 17TH MANOR HOUSE, FORMER CENTURY WITH GRADE II TRAP HOME OF THOMAS COWLEY, Donington Lincs HOUSE, FURTHER OUTBUILDINGS LOCAL ENTREPRENEUR AND & GROUNDS OF AROUND 1.25 FOUNDER OF THE LOCAL Grantham 20 miles, London King’s ACRES SCHOOL. NAMED IN THE Cross one hour’s high speed rail (0.8 HECTARE) SET IN PASTORAL DOMESDAY BOOK & LISTED SURROUNDINGS WITH THE IN NICHOLAS PEVSNER ON journey POSSIBILITY OF RENTAL OF LINCOLNSHIRE. FURTHER ACREAGE £560,000 Freehold.
  • /// A WYKES MANOR BACKGROUND & DESCRIPTION Wykes Manor is an historic Grade II listed manor house dating back to 1680 with more recent additions. Enjoying total seclusion in rural South Lincolnshire countryside. The property retains many fine and original features centred around the impressive original oak staircase and inner hall. The drawing room, upstairs withdrawing rooms and master bedroom all Drawing Room 20’0 x 18’0 feature fine wall panelling, and the main reception rooms have triple sash windows and French doors with window shutters. Other features include Panelled walls, lime washed boarded deep skirting boards, bolection moulded coving and open fireplaces to a flooring. Original Victorian fire insert, with impressive moulded surround. French B number of rooms. The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall, doors to the garden and triple sash window, inner hall, drawing room, dining room, library, study, kitchen, pantry and both with shutters, moulded coving. cloakroom on the ground floor. There are three bedrooms, one with a 2 radiators dressing room/nursery, two bathrooms and a study on the first floor. The second floor comprises three further bedrooms. Oil fired central heating and a security system are installed. C
  • Entrance Hall B. Lorem ipsum. //// C. Vestibulum quam.Wide heavy panelled entrance door, tiledfloor light point and radiator.Archway into the INNER HALL withmagnificent original oak staircase to thefirst floor, natural boarded flooring, half (item # XXXX) $000.00 (item # XXXX) $000.00panelled walls, dado rail, built-in cloaks E. Suspendisse congue. F. Nulla quis sem.cupboard, under stairs cellar area, radiator. TristiqueDonington Wykes is around ¼ mile to the east of Donington, a rural settlement surrounded by open countryside enjoying tremendousseclusion and privacy. Donington provides an excellent range of local facilities including shops, primary and secondary schools. library,and a choice of public houses and other services. The surrounding market towns of Grantham, Sleaford, Bourne, Boston and Spalding areall within 15 to 20 miles and offer further facilities. (item # XXXX) $000.00 (item # XXXX) $000.00 (item # XXXX) $000.00The property is located within a couple of miles of the A52 providing good road communication to the east and west of the country, withthe A1 accessible at Grantham (approx 18 miles) providing excellent links for the commuter. There is also a superb rail link fromGrantham to London King’s Cross which takes around an hour. This can also be accessed at Peterborough approximately 27 miles to thesouthLeaving the centre in an easterly direction pass the school green on your left and turn left immediately into Badgate. Take the first rightcontinuing along Badgate, which runs into Wykes Lane. Travel for about a mile out of Donington and the road bends sharply to the rightafter which Wykes Manor is the first property on the left hand side. Rutrum B C
  • // Drawing Room 20’0 x 18’0 Panelled walls, lime washed boarded flooring. Original Victorian fire insert, with impressive moulded surround. French doors to the garden and triple sash window, both with shutters, moulded coving. 2 radiators Study 17’1 x 15’9 Moulded fireplace with tiled slips and hearth, triple sash window and French doors with window shutters, deep arched recess, fitted shelves, dado rail, moulded coving. 2 radiators.
  • // 1st Floor Drawing Room/ 20’8 x 18’4 Pine panelled walls, decorative cast iron fireplace, Bedroom built in cupboard to recess. 2 radiators Dining Room 21’4 x 15’9 Solid oak flooring and part quarry tiled floor, deep fireplace with inset wood burning stove set on terracotta tiled hearth, pine panelling to dado height, exposed beams, door to secondary staircase to the study, 2 radiators.
  • // Kitchen 15’5 x 14’5 Oil fired Aga, cupboards and drawers with beech block work surface over. 1 ½ bowl sink with chrome mixer tap, plumbing for automatic washing machine/dishwasher, electric cooker point, quarry tiled floor, radiator. Original features include meat hooks in the ceiling and a Sheila Maid traditional laundry airer. Pantry 14’5 x 4’2 With cold slab and fitted shelving. Cloakroom 14’5 x 6’7 With suite consisting of close coupled WC and wash hand basin with cupboard beneath, shaver point, fitted cloaks cupboard, radiator.
  • // Master Bedroom with Dressing Room off
  • // Guest Room
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  • / The gardens extend to around 1.25 acres and offer tremendous peace and tranquillity. There are formal lawns, a garden area, vegetable garden with small orchard and large greenhouse. There is also an attractive pond with adjacent decking and views over open countryside. The driveway sweeps round to the rear of the property where there is an extensive range of outbuildings. The Grade II Listed trap house – 18’4 x 15’1 adjacent stables 15’1 x 15’1 with original manger and hay rack, a store 13’1 x 8’10 with grain store area over. There is a further adjoining barn 15’9 x 12’9=. To the rear of the trap house is an open fronted barn, old milking parlour and cow shed / stable, all with electrical supply. There are also a number of small stores attached to the property including a boiler house with oil fired central heating boiler, wood store coal shed and further store with quarry tiled floor.
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  • / SERVICES Mains water and electricity are connected. Drainage is to a private system. Oil fired central heating is installed, plus a wood burning stove and open fires COUNCIL TAX Wykes Manor is in band E for council tax purposes FIXTURES & FITTINGS Every effort has been made to omit any fixtures belonging to the vendor in the description of the property and the property is sold subject to the vendor’s right to the removal of, or payment for, as the case may be, of any such fittings, etc. whether mentioned in these particulars or not. All fixtures specifically mentioned in these particulars are included in the sale and the fixtures normally designated as tenant’s equipment are excluded. THE PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991 The vendor of this property gives notice that: 1. The particulars are set out as a general outline for the guidance of intending purchasers and do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract. 2. All dimensions and areas are approximate.