Property Features

  • Stunning Grade II Listed Property
  • In Desirable Village Location
  • Fantastic Living Space With Period Features
  • Five Reception Rooms
  • Bespoke Oak Fitted Kitchen
  • Seven Bedrooms Over Two Floors
  • Two Double Garages
  • Two Storey Coach House/ Potential Annex
  • Beautiful Landscaped Grounds
  • Council Tax : G - Tenure : Freehold

Property Description

This stunning part 18th Century Grade II listed property is steeped in local history, having been the hunting lodge of the Duke of Portland and thought to be one of the earliest properties in this highly desirable village.

Room by Room

Step Outside

A tarmacked initial entrance drive allows access to the neighbouring property’s private driveway and continues under an arch to an extensive gravel laid reception parking area which allows for pedestrian access only to the neighbour’s property. The garages and the basement entrance to the main house and access to the coach house are arranged from this ample parking area. Steps lead up to the front of the house.The front of the house has a large lawned garden with deep established borders and a flagged path with seating area which is accessed from the sitting room and the formal entrance of the house. The path continues around to the side aspect and around to the rear of the property. To the rear there is a lawned garden with established borders and a circular flagged twin patio and a timber summer house. The timber double doors from the garage open to this lawned garden, in addition there is a further flagged patio accessed from the lower-level garden room/gymnasium which looks over a further lawned garden.

The Coach House

Attached to the entrance arch to the parking area is a two-storey former coach house which has been used as a home office with a glazed door into an entrance lobby which opens into a reception area with cloakroom and a ground floor office with windows looking over the parking area. A return staircase leads to the first floor which is an open plan dual aspect spacious office with vaulted ceiling.


The village of Gringley-on-the-Hill is a charming rural village almost midway between Bawtry (6 miles) and Gainsborough (7 miles). On clear days, there are magnificent and far-reaching views from the village across five counties, particularly to the North over the Carrs, and to the South-East, where Lincoln cathedral is visible. The village has a Doctors Surgery, Primary School, Community Centre and a popular public house, The Blue Bell Inn. Gainsborough Grammar school is 8 miles away. There are excellent commuter links, Retford and Doncaster having main line rail links with London Kings Cross which takes from 1 hour 25 minutes. The Doncaster Sheffield International airport is approximately 20 minutes away, is ideal for business or leisure travel and is located in the village of Finningley. The A1 and the M18 motorways provide excellent links for road commuters to all parts of the country.


Floorplan for Gringley-On-The-Hill, Doncaster, Nottinghamshire

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