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August 9, 2021 5.16 pm

Grand Lincolnshire manor seeks new owners for £2.1m

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A Grade II listed Georgian manor in Lincolnshire needs a new lord or lady after being put on the market with a guide price of £2.1 million.

Careby Manor is located in the namesake village near Stamford and extends to approximately 4,500 square feet. The property was built around 1720 and has been restored and renovated throughout as part of an extensive project undertaken by the current owners.

The country home has seven bedrooms, as well as kitchen/breakfast room, dining room, drawing room, library, cloakroom, billiard room, larder, boot room, laundry room, wine cellar, workshop, boiler room, and two family bathrooms.

One of the seven bedrooms at the manor. | Photo: King West

Kitchen/breakfast room at Careby Manor. | Photo: King West

It is situated within around seven acres of landscaped gardens and grounds with equestrian facilities.

In addition, there is also planning permission for the conversion of an adjacent two-storey old dairy barn into a three-bedroom house.

The old dairy was an original feature of the historic manor estate and was recently acquired and successfully brought back within the ownership of Careby Manor.

The library. | Photo: King West

Billiard room. | Photo: King West

The manor has two family bathrooms. | Photo: King West

The manor also has around seven acres of gardens, grounds, orchards, parkland and paddocks. | Photo: King West

The property is being marketed by King West – see the full listing here.

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