Cranmore Lane, Holbeach, PE12
Guide Price £600,000

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Guide Price £600,000 - £650,000

Escape to serenity with this recently renovated and extended period property, nestled in a semi-rural haven on the outskirts of Holbeach. Enjoy the luxury of space both indoors and out, as this corner property boasts no immediate neighbours and is enveloped by approximately 3 acres of picturesque gardens, woodlands, lakes, and a paddock, offering stunning views of the Lincolnshire countryside.

Conveniently located just off Cranmore Lane, a mere mile from the vibrant market town of Holbeach, this home offers the perfect balance of seclusion and accessibility. Recent modernisations, including a newly fitted treatment plant, replacement oil condensing central heating boiler, rewiring and a new consumer unit, ensure both comfort and peace of mind.

Step inside to discover tastefully designed and meticulously planned accommodation, featuring an entrance porch, front and rear halls, multiple reception rooms and a luxurious fully fitted kitchen with vaulted ceiling.

Additional highlights include a sunroom, conservatory and luxurious shower room, providing ample space for relaxation and entertainment.

Upstairs, find three spacious double bedrooms, with a dressing room and en-suite bathroom to the master and a generously sized shower room with modern fittings adding that touch of luxury for residents and guests alike.

Venture outside to explore the enchanting grounds, where footpaths and trails wind through manicured lawns, tranquil ponds and a mature fishing lake, (the vendor informs us this is well stocked with different varieties of fish) offering a feast for the senses and breath-taking countryside vistas with various outbuildings and sheds, including a recently installed stable block with two 12x12 stables, catering to a variety of hobbies and needs.

Additionally, a static caravan nestled amidst its own gardens, complete with electricity and lighting, provides a cosy retreat or additional accommodation options.

Don't miss this extraordinary opportunity to acquire your very own miniature country estate, where peace, tranquillity, and natural beauty await at every turn.

Services & Info

This home is connected to a recently installed treatment plant, oil central heating and is double glazed with a selection of sash windows. The roof of the property is adorned with solar panels, not only contributing to the property's sustainability but also generating a healthy income stream. Council Tax band B.

Agent Note

Solar Panels

  • Installed in 2006 on a 30-year FiT contract with E-oN

  • Income from the panels in 2023 totalled £1,412.31


  • Covenant from 1984 between Ladysmith and the neighbouring land now owned by South Holland District Council:

    • Right of access from Ladysmith onto land to maintain hedgerow/borders

    • No property ever built on the land owned by the Council can overlook the Ladysmith property

  • Covenant from 2018 land purchase by Ladysmith from South Holland District Council - half-acre strip from road to lake border:

    • If planning permission is granted and any properties built on the half-acre then sold independently, Ladysmith House owner to pay the Council 50% of the profit. Runs for 50 years from 2018

    • This DOES NOT include the remainder of the land owned by Ladysmith House



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