West Willoughby Grantham

4 beds | 2 baths | 3 receptions | Offers in excess of £545,000

  • Farmhouse kitchen
  • Three reception rooms
  • Garden room
  • Four bedrooms
  • En suite shower room
  • Bathroom and separate shower room
  • Driveway and existing garage
  • Space to build garage block
  • Walled gardens. NO CHAIN
  • EPC F Rating

Willoughby Grange is a handsome and well presented individual period house constructed in 1844 of Ancaster stone beneath slate roofs and has been comprehensively refurbished during recent years to offer nicely proportioned accommodation of considerable character. There are three good reception rooms, a garden room, farmhouse style kitchen, cloakroom and cellar, whilst at first floor level are four good bedrooms, an en-suite shower room, family bathroom and a separate shower room. The majority of the sash windows have been replaced with matching double glazed units and character features include high coved ceilings and open fireplaces. Outside there are established private gardens with an existing garage and the potential to construct a new garage block, subject to obtaining any necessary consents. NO CHAIN.

West Willoughby is situated on the A153 approximately 6 miles north east of Grantham and 8 miles west of Sleaford. Lincoln and Nottingham are 22 and 30 miles by road and the nearby larger village of Ancaster contains a range of amenities including a nursery, primary school, doctors' surgery, Co-op, butchers and public houses. More comprehensive shops and other amenities are available in Sleaford and Grantham where there are also popular local grammar schools. There are trains to London Kings Cross from Grantham with a journey time of around 70 minutes and also a useful cross country service into Nottingham. The A1 runs just to the west of Grantham and provides excellent north south road communications.




CELLAR 3.66m x 2.44m (12'0" x 8'0")

DRAWING ROOM 4.88m x 4.09m (16'0" x 13'5")
A dual aspect room with marble fireplace and feature surround, window seat and shutters.

DINING ROOM 4.88m x 4.09m (16'0" x 13'5")
A dual aspect room with shuttered window, an open hearth marble fireplace and French doors to the garden.


SITTING ROOM 4.60m x 3.96m 2.74m (15'1" x 13' 9")
Having fireplace with wood burning stove.

GARDEN ROOM 4.55m x 3.96m (14'11" x 13'0")


KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 5.59m x 3.91m (18'4" x 12'10")
Fitted with a traditional range of bespoke handmade cupboards with wooden working surfaces. The cooker shown on the photographs has now been replaced with an AGA. This could be included, subject to negotiation, or can be removed if not required.



BEDROOM ONE 4.55m x 3.84m (14'11 x 12'7")
Having dual aspect windows.

With shower, pedestal wash basin and low level WC.

BEDROOM TWO 4.93m x 4.09m (16'2" x 13'5")
With fitted wardrobes.

BEDROOM THREE 4.88m x 3.30m (16'0" x 10'10")

BEDROOM FOUR 3.73m x 2.46m (12'3" x 8'1")

Containing bath with shower attachment, pedestal wash basin and low level WC.

With large shower, pedestal wash basin and chromed heated towel rail.

Willoughby Grange is set back from the A153 behind a walled front garden with double metal gates opening to a gravelled drive which provides ample parking space and leads to an existing garage structure which could be replaced or alternatively there is room elsewhere within the curtilage to erect a new double garage block if required. There is a good sized private walled garden that is laid mainly to lawn and includes a paved patio and further gravelled seating area.


Mains water and electricity are connected. Drainage is to a private system and the property has oil fired central heating. The Aga is by LPG.

The property is in Council Tax Band F.

From High Street continue on to Watergate following the one way system turning right on to Broad Street and left on to Brook Street. Continue over the traffic light junction on to Manthorpe Road, passing the hospital on the left-hand side and out of Grantham through Manthorpe. Continue along the A607 past Syston, through Barkston and following the A153 Sleaford Road, past Honington, until you enter West Willoughby. The property is set back behind a stone wall and wrought iron gates on the left-hand side.

Please note these are draft particulars awaiting final approval from the vendor, therefore the contents within may be subject to change and must not be relied upon as an entirely accurate description of the property.

Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract. All services and appliances have not and will not be tested.

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