A Lincoln townhouse with a Roman wall and views of the Cathedral, dubbed as “one of the finest dwellings in the city,” is now on the market.
It comes with around 6,000 square feet of space over three floors and converted basement rooms as well as a self-contained two-bedroom annexe.
The Grade II* listed Georgian nine bedroom home was originally built in 1736 for John Disney and has a guide price of £1,300,000 through JH Walter.
More recently it has been better known as D’Isney Place Hotel, a luxury B&B with an average price of £95 per night.
The main building has an impressive reception hall, drawing room with french doors, dining room with a 19th century fireplace, breakfast kitchen and cloakroom.
On the first floor is the 30 feet master bedroom with a large ensuite as well as two more double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Four more double bedrooms, dressing room and a second bathroom can be found after climbing up another staircase to the second floor.
The south-facing grounds, with views of Lincoln Cathedral, also incorporate part of a Roman wall as well as mature plant beds and trees.