The front of the home.The front of the home.
The front of the home.

STAR PROPERTY: Grade II listed farmhouse with symmetrical front, dating from first year of Queen Victoria's reign

​This week’s Star Property is a Grade II listed chequered-brick farmhouse, based on a plot of almost eight acres, that may be of particular appeal to fans of symmetry.

Washdyke Farm is an equestrian facility situated in Fulbeck near Sleaford.

The home is believed to date back to 1837, the first year of Queen Victoria’s reign. In 1987, it was refurbished and extended, but retains much of its period character, including sash windows, cast iron fireplaces and exposed beams.

Alongside these elements, a number of modern touches have been added, including a Sonos sound system in the formal reception room.

To the ground-floor, it comprises: a sitting room, a sitting room/snug, a dining room, a kitchen, a utility room, a boot room, and two cloakrooms. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms (two en suite), and a family bathroom.

The home – which has a symmetrical front elevation – is set within grounds of about 7.8 acres. Alongside it, forming a courtyard, there are a range of outbuildings, including stables and a barn. Established gardens and paddocks help complete the plot.

Washdyke Farm is on the market with a guide price of £1.25m. Enquiries to Savills, Lincoln, on 01522 508900.

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