Inside Lincolnshire’s £1 million homes

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Looking to splash the cash in Lincolnshire? What can £1 million buy you when looking at homes in the area? Everything you could ever want in a property?

Mistlethwaite House, Horncastle – £1,250,000

This stunning property boasts six bedrooms with three en suites, accompanied by an indoor swimming pool and gymnasium. It has a Victorian walled garden creating a secure, modern home. With its grand entrance hall and all the principle reception rooms joined together, this property is ideal for entertaining. (Savills)

Eastfield House, Stewton – £990,000

This five bedroom home features beautiful gardens, paddocks, stables and a swimming pool. The period home has been modernised to provide three principle reception rooms and an open plan fitted kitchen/diner. The property also has a block of three recently constructed three bed holiday lets. (Poyntons Consultancy)

The Fairways, Torksey – £1,000,000

This eight bedroom home is a highly sought after gated development with garaging for four cars and backs onto Lincoln Golf Course. The home has a self contained annexe, giving this unique property endless potential and versatile living accommodation to support multi generational families. (Lawrence James)

Main Road, Anwick – £1,000,000

This impressive nine bedroom house is of significant architectural interest with south facing garden and extensive traditional outbuilding, one of which has planning permission for residential conversion. The Principal house is believed to have been extended circa 1890 by the nationally recognised architect Basil Edgar Baily. The property is enhanced further by its inclusion of a barn and stables. (Pygott and Crone)

The Grange, Fulbeck – £999,950

This recently renovated mid Victorian seven bed family house enjoys a beautifully landscaped garden. The property is delightfully presented both internally and externally, blending original period features with contemporary styling. The Grange appeals to a wide range of purchasers, with it’s impressive arrangement of accommodation together with a beautifully manicured lawn and paddock. (Starkey and Brown)

Church Farm House, Grantham – £850,000

This superb, individual five bed home with equestrian facilities is ideally located in a private position surrounded by undulating countryside. Boasting a tasteful interior, the property also offers grounds, stables and paddocks of around five acres. The property has parking spaces for several cars and also features three brick kennels. (Winkworth)

The Old Vicarage, Horncastle – £995,000

This property is an exceptional Victorian former vicarage. The property comprised of the ten bedroom home, alongside a number of outbuildings which have been converted to provide three high quality apartments. The former vicarage stands in delightful private grounds and boasts four reception rooms and conservatories and garaging for several vehicles. (Fine and Country)

Skendleby Psalter, Alford – £975,000

This substantial Grade II listed home is in a fabulous rural Wolds setting, with a separate annexe and barn, with planning permission for five holiday cottages. The main house is beautifully presented and steeped in period charm and character, with an adjacent Orangery. The house is ideal for entertaining with a number of excellent reception spaces to include an impressive drawing room of grand proportions and boasts a galleried library above. (Masons)

Glebe House, Grantham – £1,250,000

This magnificent four bed equestrian residence is beautifully situated in an enviable setting. Glebe House is set back from the village road and is approached via tall electric gates. The property boasts a long driveway providing an extensive range of vehicle parking, purpose built double width open barn and two stables. (Winkworth)

The Manor House, West Deeping – £2,750,000

For an added bonus, if you want to nearly triple the cost of the home, you can have your own moat! This nine bed property includes six reception rooms, study, one bedroom flat, two bedroom annex, offices, workshops, outbuilding, garaging, two storey stone barn and formal gardens, paddocks and parkland. The only thing it doesn’t have is a swimming pool (Savills).

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