FULL DESCRIPTION ***Offers over £300,000 guide price of £300,000 - £325,000.***
An attractive three bedroom bay fronted home situated on the edge of the village of Colsterworth. This family home benefits from large rear gardens with countryside views, an entrance hall, sitting room with an open fire and a dining room. The kitchen features a large conservatory off making a spacious family living dining area, a single garage with a study to the rear with a shower room and a family bathroom.
Entrance hall serving all main rooms, sitting room with a bay window and an open fireplace, dining room with double doors into the family area. The kitchen is within the original part of the home and opens into a large conservatory with space for a seating and dining area. There is a passageway off the kitchen running through to the garden from the front and this accesses the garage and study with shower room beyond.
Featuring two double bedrooms and one single and the family bathroom.
The property sits well back from the road behind a grass verge with parking for several vehicles. The rear gardens feature a raised patio overlooking the lawned garden which backs on to open countryside.
The attractive village of Colsterworth sits on a limestone escarpment with landscape views across the valley, the River Witham at its foot, and historically, being beside the Great North Road was a welcome resting point for travellers with a number of old stone coaching inns now converted into dwellings. However, the village is still well served by The White Lion pub, within walking distance of the property, providing food and fine ales and wines, rated 5-star on Trip Advisor. There is also a Co-op, mobile post office, primary school (an easy walk along the lane), medical surgery, small convenience store and a hairdresser, with mobile greengrocer, butcher, fishmonger and library services. Other facilities include a sports and social club, a village hall, a youth centre with a nursery, and three playgrounds; the village is on the bus route between Grantham and South Witham. Nearby Woolsthorpe Manor was the birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton. The parish church of St John the Baptist in the centre of Colsterworth dates back to Saxon times, and
Isaac Newton's parents are buried in the churchyard. The Methodist church is in Back Lane and dates from
the 1830s. There are many places to visit in the area such as Woolsthorpe Manor, Belvoir Castle, Belton House, Burghley House in beautiful Stamford and the lovely walled gardens at Easton; for those feeling active, there is Newton's Trail.
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