Inglenook, in Hanby.Inglenook, in Hanby.
Inglenook, in Hanby.

STAR PROPERTY: Charming period cottage - said to be first built in the hamlet - with two-storey annexe, timber log cabin and stone-built barns

This week’s Star Property is a beautifully presented period cottage with annexe.

Inglenook is situated in Hanby, south of Sleaford.​

It comprises a four-bedroom cottage, a one-bedroom annex, two single garages, and a 37ft barn split in two.

Based on a private plot of 0.8 acres, it boasts panoramic views of the countryside and is said to be the first property built in the hamlet.

To the ground-floor, the cottage includes: a lounge with beamed ceiling and exposed stone feature wall; a snug with Ancaster white stone Inglenook fireplace; an open-plan kitchen with bespoke units; and a garden room extension with French windows onto a patio area. Upstairs, the four bedrooms are located along with a family bathroom.

The annexe forms part of a building that also houses the two single garages. To the ground-floor is a kitchen area, shower and WC, while upstairs the bedroom is located.

Beyond these, features include: a timber five-bar gate, a gravel driveway, a well (thought to be the hamlet’s original), a rockery with fish pond, a timber log cabin, and the barn.

Inglenook is on the market through Yopa, East Midlands & Yorkshire, with a guide price of £725,000. Enquiries to Stuart Richards on 07809 465944.