Situated within the popular Lincolnshire village of Scotter, in arguably one of the best roads in the village enjoying an enviable elevated position looking over the River Eau as it meanders through the centre of the village and through the select development of Lindholme.
The manicured front garden leads on to grand central steps which climb up to the formal entrance of this impressive home whilst a sweeping driveway reaches around to a courtyard reception area providing ample parking as well as access to the triple garage block. Double solid oak doors open into the front reception hall with a spindled staircase to the first floor and leads to an inner lobby which is fitted with a range of cupboards and drawers for storage and accesses the ground floor cloakroom. The superbly proportioned sitting room has windows to the side patio and a bay window provides tranquil views down to the riverside. This beautifully presented room is centred on a wall mounted contemporary styled fire. A comfortable and relaxing snug room has a stone fire surround, used as a Television room as well as providing a separate sitting room, perfect for a growing family. The third reception room is arranged as a games room and has French doors which open onto the rear courtyard - this flexible room could provide a home study, dining room or play room if required.
KITCHEN DINING ROOM Modern living is fully embraced in the stylish contemporary fitted kitchen with clean lines from the ivory seamless units which are complimented with corresponding Corian surfaces and finished with a range of integrated appliances. An induction hob with concealed extractor fan is fitted to the centre island with breakfast bar. Adjoining the centre Island is large family dining table with an oak block top, the design has created an impressive open plan Kitchen dining room with two sets of sliding doors to the side patio - the current owners have enjoyed many social gatherings with family and friends cooking, dining and being able to step out to the outside space where there is ample room to sit, including around the outside fireplace of an evening.
- Practicalities are catered for in the adjacent fitted utility room with concealed housing for appliances. A rear entrance lobby with an oak barn style doorway opens out onto the courtyard. This entrance area also provides a convenient boot room which has been fitted with a window seat with concealed storage below, shelving and space for hanging coats. Opposite this side entrance door is a second conveniently placed cloakroom.
FIRST FLOOR A spindled staircase leads up to a galleried landing with twin windows looking over the front lawn and onto the riverside. The forward facing master bedroom enjoys a dual aspect to the side and over the front garden and is fitted with a bank of modern wardrobes, matching dressing area and window seat with fitted storage cupboards under. A doorway opens up to a luxurious modern en-suite with wet room style shower cubicle.
- Three further bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and two have en-suite facilities. A luxurious family bathroom is arranged across two levels with a feature oval freestanding contemporary bath, wet room style shower cubicle and a bespoke oak vanity cabinet with his and hers sinks. Completing the first-floor accommodation is a study room which is fitted with a corner-mounted desk and storage cupboards.
OUTSIDE Approached via the privately owned bridge over the river Eau which also serves the neighbouring property, a broad tarmac driveway provides vehicular access to the rear courtyard. Enjoying a fantastic setting with one of the grandest approaches to a private residence in the area. The front lower lawn runs down to the riverbank and has an impressive hedge border with a retaining brick wall which flows to the upper levels of the boundary, the lower lawn is landscaped to include a rockery, mature weeping willow tree and centre circular bed with gravel and shrub infill.
- Dividing the lower and upper levels is a cascading hedge with an impressive central stone step way with stone balustrade which leads up to the formal grand entrance. The house with its mock Tudor façade sits majestically in its elevated position looking over this fantastic frontage affording views over the river and across to the Spire of St Peters church in the foreground.
-- The flagged and stone terrace to the front leads to the formal entrance porch and seamlessly around to the side entertaining patio where there is space for a hot tub, dining and seating areas which is accessed from the dining kitchen. The current owner has constructed a stunning outside fireplace with a flagged hearth for an open fire. The design includes inglenooks for log storage, a mantel piece and chimney pot, built from the brickwork from a fireplace that once was located in the main lounge perfect for use throughout the changing seasons and has been enjoyed, whilst socialising well into the evening as the temperature drops.
- The side patio reaches round to the entrance door of the utility and around to the courtyard area where the tarmac driveway flows to the triple electric doored garage block. The garage has power and lighting and windows to the rear and side aspects, a Voltis Home box provides an economy service to convert voltage as it enters the property. A sliding door opens into an enclosed storage area which has potential for small gym space if required with windows to the rear and side and a doorway to the property's boiler room.
-- To the rear of the garage to the upper level is a raised rear lawned garden with an orchard area where there are fruit trees to include both eating and cooking apples, Victoria plums and pear trees. This lawned garden has storage areas and is boarded by a hedge way which runs across the rear boundary and down to the side garden.
LOCATION Located close to the centre of the picturesque and highly sought after village of Scotter with its own church, village hall, takeaways, butchers, doctors, hairdressers and popular public houses with restaurants. Scotter has its own primary school and is in the catchment for Queen Elizabeth grammar school at Gainsborough. The small town of Kirton Lindsey is 4.6 miles away with comprehensive schooling.