Wragby 3 miles.
This modern, semi-detached dormer bungalow is situated next to the owner's home, on the edge of the small hamlet of West Torrington, three miles from Wragby.
Situated down a rural quiet country lane, at the foot of the Lincolnshire Wolds, it provides an excellent base for walking and cycling.
Offering light and airy accommodation, there is an open plan living area, incorporating a well-equipped kitchen and comfortable sitting area with a cosy woodburning stove, set in a feature fireplace.
There is a separate dining room, a ground floor bedroom and bathroom with shower.
Upstairs are two pretty bedrooms and a shower room.
A covered walkway leads to the external utility room, which has the added benefit of toilet facilities.
On warm summer days, the large, lawned rear garden is the perfect place to sit and relax in tranquillity, with views over open countryside.
The immediate vicinity is ideal for walking and cycling, with nearby fishing lakes and numerous public footpaths to explore.
Wragby is a small friendly market town, with several pubs, a cafe and restaurants, while a little further afield is Horncastle, with a wide array of amenities and renowned for its interesting antique shops.
Lincolnshire offers numerous RAF heritage opportunities, including a real Lancaster bomber on display at the Heritage Aviation Centre in East Kirkby and the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight at RAF Coningsby.
The historic city of Lincoln is only a short drive and well worth visiting with its majestic cathedral and castle, perched high on the hill, overlooking the town centre.
With the seaside resorts of Skegness, Mablethorpe and other enjoyable day trips, this well-placed holiday home has something for everyone.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x ground floor double, 1 x twin. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Ground floor bathroom with bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen with sitting area and woodburner. Dining room. External utility.
About the location
Bardney 6.5 miles; Market Rasen 8 miles; Horncastle 10 miles; Lincoln 13 miles; Louth 15 miles.
Wragby is a small town surrounded by Lincolnshire countryside, a short drive from the city of Lincoln itself. The remains of two 19th century manors, the 19th century Grade II listed church of All Saints, and a tall tower mill, built in 1831 by the millwright Ingledew. Wragby offers three friendly local pubs, a fish shop, a café, and a restaurant, with a regular bus service linking it to Horncastle and the coastal town of Skegness. Visit the butterfly garden of the nearby Chambers Farm Wood in the Bardney Limewoods National Nature Reserve, and explore the many marked trails there. Take a trip to the city of Lincoln, marvel at its impressive cathedral or potter around the many interesting shops there, or head to the coast and uncover the beauty of the east coast at the seaside resorts of Skegness and Sutton-on-Sea. A wonderful base for exploring Lincolnshire, all year round. Langton by Wragby is the birth place of Arch Bishop Stephen Langton, instrumental in the signing of the magna carta.