South Ormsby

A luxury Lincolnshire Wolds party pad with 11 bedrooms and plenty of room to entertain is now up for sale at £2 million.

It is called ‘The Curve’ after its unique design, and the impressive property has expansive, light and airy interiors with smart home features.

The previous owners have had a lot of success with the hotel-style accommodation on the exclusive rental sector but now want to sell it with all of the furnishings.

A big space in the Lincolnshire Wolds. Photo: Fine & Country

It comes with its own hot tub. Photo: Fine & Country

Lots of outdoor table space for entertaining in the sun. Photo: Fine & Country

Included in the home is a 4K cinema room built over three levels, huge windows with views of the Lincolnshire Wolds and a hot tub outside.

The floor plan also details two different games rooms, a plant room, and even a lift.

Photo: Fine & Country

Photo: Fine & Country

Photo: Fine & Country

A detached five-bedroom property close by is also up for sale through separate negotiation, but the listing does not specify a price.

‘The Curve’ was built with eco-friendly materials and agents Fine & Country described it as being finished to an extremely high standard throughout.

Photo: Fine & Country

All yours for £2 million. Photo: Fine & Country

A huge table with room for 24 people. Photo: Fine & Country

A 4K cinema room over three levels. Photo: Fine & Country

Stunning views of the Wolds from the kitchen. Photo: Fine & Country

Photo: Fine & Country

A games room. Photo: Fine & Country

A “scaled back” heritage centre which aims to promote tourism and facilities for walkers in the Lincolnshire Wolds is set to be approved – if it moves its entrance road without objections.

Originally, South Ormsby Community Interest Company wants to change the use of Manor Farm off Brinkhill Road and some of its agricultural buildings for the centre.

The plans would have seen a new a two-storey building, including a cafe, toilet, gallery and outdoor terrace. It would also look to build a bike rental business, community room, conference room and toilets.

However, in January, East Lindsey District councillors couldn’t decide what do to with the plans, originally recommended for refusal, and deferred their decision in a bid to let the applicants improve them.

At planning on Thursday, a new version was looked at, which saw changes including cut back hours of operation and the removal of the bike rental business and crafting facilities.

Councillors said they “agreed with the ethos of the proposal” and praised the intent to provide facilities for those passing through.

The exhibition space, said the applicants, would focus on local history and heritage, including the Massingberd Mundy family and the South Ormsby Estate.

Agent for the applicant Guy Maxfield said: “The exhibition space and the cafe would be aimed at walkers looking to enjoy the Wolds. The visitor centre will allow visitors to connect with their local heritage.”

A number of parish councils and local residents had expressed strong objections to the proposals including the increased traffic, noise, loss of privacy and claiming there would be a negative affect on the Wolds Area of natural Beauty themselves.

Neighbour Pamela Savage told councillors: “Despite the minor changes made to the application, we maintain the proposed development is in an unsustainable location and will cause an adverse impact on our living conditions, quality of life and the local community.”

All but three councillors approved of the ethos of the application, but struggled with approving it due to the objections. However, a solution – to defer approval to officers to arrange for the entrance to the site to be moved – was created.

This means, that as long as there are no major objections, the application will be approved. If there are however, it could return before councillors – potentially brand new ones following May’s local elections – a third time, something Councillor Neil Jones warned against because it could be “worse than Brexit”.

A man in his 60s has died after a crash with a lorry in Donnington on Bain.

The collision happened on the B1225, High Street, Donnington on Bain just after 3pm on Wednesday, June 6.

It involved a black Vauxhall Corsa and a white Volvo HGV.

The driver of the Corsa, a man in his 60s from the Hull area, was seriously injured and airlifted Hull Royal Infirmary, where he died later in the evening.

Lincolnshire Police issued an appeal for anyone in the area at the time of or just before the collision to come forward.

Witnesses can contact the force by calling 101 and quoting incident number 236 of May 6.