Offers in excess of £425,000
Hall Farm, Boothby Graffoe, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN5
LAST PLOT REMAINING - A superb barn conversion, enjoying a tranquil spot with walled garden, situated in the heart of the popular cliff village of Boothby Graffoe. Commuters are well served by the direct high-speed trains to London Kings Cross from both Grantham and Newark (65 mins and 80 mins respectively).
Boothby Graffoe is a charming and historic village located on the Lincoln Cliff with spectacular views over the Trent Valley within easy walking distance of both Coleby and Navenby villages (approximately 1.5 miles).
There is a popular pub/restaurant in Coleby whilst Navenby is home to a comprehensive range of facilities including: two general stores, a bakery, butchers, hair and beauty salons, antiques centre, cafes, two pub/restaurants, a medical practice, and The Venue @ Navenby which hosts a wide range of social events, activities, and a community library.
A wider range of shopping, eating, and cultural amenities are available nearby in either the historic market town of Newark (15 miles) or the cathedral city of Lincoln (9 miles).
Primary education is available at the Navenby Church of England Primary School (OFSTED rated ‘outstanding’), whilst secondary education is available in Lincoln at The Priory Academy LSST (OFSTED rated ‘outstanding’), with independent schooling at Lincoln Minster School (OFSTED rated ‘good’).
The village is within easy reach of the A15 (2 miles), A46 (11 miles), and the A1 (6 miles), allowing for quick connections both locally and across the country. A direct mainline train service to London King’s Cross can be accessed from Newark (82 minutes), and there are regular bus services to Lincoln and Grantham.
There are a wide range of walks along the Lincoln Cliff including The Viking Way, a long distance trail running 147 miles between the Humber Bridge in North Lincolnshire and Oakham in Rutland. The nearby historic cathedral city of Lincoln is a very popular tourist destination as is Mrs Smith’s Cottage in Navenby which provides a rare insight into the life of a rural Lincolnshire community between 1895-1995.
NB Approximate average mileage and journey times are quoted.
Epc Rating: TBC
Sat Nav: LN5 0LG
- Superb Barn Conversion
- Three/Four Bedrooms
- Vaulted Open Plan Sitting Room with Wood Burning Stove
- Open Plan Fitted Kitchen/Diner Adjacent to Sitting Room
- Utility Room & Cloakroom/Wc
- Home Office/Bedroom Four
- En Suite to Primary Bedroom
- Quality Family Bathroom
- Flexible & Versatile Accommodation
- Private Gardens to Both Sides and Single Garage