Old Bolingbroke is a quiet hamlet approximately four miles west of Spilsby, a charming and historic market town with an extensive range of local facilities including shops, a primary school and an active theatre, on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Horncastle is approximately seven miles to the northwest and is another popular market town with shops, restaurants and a choice of schools including the well-respected Queen Elizabeth Grammar school.
The village offers excellent commuting potential to Grantham and Stamford via the A16, and Lincoln and the Midlands via the A158. Humberside Airport is easily accessible.
For leisure, there are a variety of wonderful walking, cycling and riding routes in the surrounding countryside, while the Lincolnshire coast is a short distance away (approximately 16 miles)
This spacious family home of about 2000 sq ft was built in 2015 as part of a sought-after new development on the edge of this charming village, approximately four miles from the Lincolnshire Wolds and with picturesque countryside on the doorstep. There are lovely views over the surrounding farmland and houses, while the outside space is particularly generous for a newer property and includes a sizeable garden, parking and a garage. The property has been designed with a number of desirable features such as bifold doors in the kitchen and sitting room, a modern wood-burning stove, and a handsome modern country-style kitchen featuring a large central island which incorporates a breakfast bar for informal meals. The bathrooms, of which there are three, are stylish and include premium sanitaryware. The loft has been partly boarded to provide additional storage.
The house is well proportioned and has a light and airy feel, with high ceilings and big windows affording excellent natural light, particularly to the rear which is south facing. The layout is ideally suited to family life, with a warm and welcoming kitchen serving as the heart of the family home, a generous sitting room for gatherings and celebrations, and a separate study which offers versatility as a playroom or second reception room if desired. The entrance hall is a good size and a welcoming space, also benefitting from a useful cloakroom with WC. There is also a useful utility room adjoining the kitchen which has access to the rear garden. Upstairs there are four double bedrooms, with the principal bedroom particularly spacious and having built-in wardrobes and an en suite. A second en suite bedroom is ideal for older children or guests, while the two additional bedrooms share a family bathroom.
The house is tucked into a peaceful corner of this smart, modern cul de sac, which received very little traffic. The cul de sac is well maintained and has an active community. To the front of the house there is a paved driveway with space for two cars, which leads up to an attached single garage and a five-bar wooden gate to the side which opens to the rear garden. This is south facing and wraps around two sides of the house, offering a deceptive amount of outside space. A paved patio terrace adjoins one side of the house and is ideal for outdoor dining and use of the hot tub which is available by separate negotiation, while there is a large, level lawn, a number of flowerbeds and borders and a separate patio for enjoying the sun.