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Step inside two stunning £700k+ homes in the heart of Lincoln

Antique dealers turned into modern townhouses

By Local Democracy Reporter

Two fully revamped houses have been put up for sale in the historic Castle Hill area of Lincoln, costing over £700,000 each.

The cobbled area is within a stone’s throw of Lincoln Cathedral and the castle, at the top of Steep Hill.

The building of 6 and 7 Castle Hill used to be home to antique dealers Hansford Antique and Furniture and Works of Arts, before being turned into townhouses.

6 and 7 Castle Hill are both on the market now. Photo: Savills Lincoln

6 Castle Hill is a four bedroom terraced house spread out over five floors listed at £795,000 by Savills Lincoln.

A German Nolte fitted kitchen gives the house more of a current feel as part of its restoration as a modern town house.

The kitchen has its own modern touch. Photo: Savills Lincoln

On the first floor is a master bedroom with a luxury en suite shower room, as well as scenic views of the historic street.

The master bedroom is a large space. Photo: Savills Lincoln

The top floor of the house has two further attic bedrooms and a family bathroom.

One of the attic bedrooms at 6 Castle Hill. Photo: Savills Lincoln

Further house details include mood lighting and underfloor heating, as well as integrated Wi-Fi.

The family bathroom is on the top floor. Photo: Savills Lincoln

Next door, 7 Castle Hill has just two bedrooms laid out over four floors, but much more social space, with Savills listing the property at £725,000.

The living/reception room area has an open fireplace and sash windows.

The sitting room at 7 Castle Hill. Photo: Savills Lincoln

The kitchen has a range of fitted wall and base units in matt platinum grey, as well as storage solutions such as corner pull outs and integrated waste bins.

The kitchen has just about everything you could ask for. Photo: Savills Lincoln

The modern kitchen layout is open through to the arch-topped snug area, which has a frame TV.

A cosy snug area. Photo: Savills Lincoln

Both bedrooms have views of the cobbled square at the top of Steep Hill, as well as being spacious inside with classic fireplaces.

Big windows light up the guest bedroom. Photo: Savills Lincoln

Number 7 also has control system mood lighting and underfloor heating, as well as a fully pressurised hot water system.

There’s no allocated parking though for the price (or a pool for that matter!), but parking for the properties is available on Drury Lane for £26 per year, or at The Lawn from £780 a year, there is also free parking at Castle Hill car park between 5pm and 9.30am Monday to Saturday for residents.