James Street, Lincoln
A stunning and historic Grade II* Listed period residence, which originally dates back in part to both the 12th and 17th Centuries, situated in a prestigious Uphill area of the City and close to the famous Cathedral. The property comprises an entrance hall with stairs leading up to the great chamber and a further staircase leading up to the first floor. On the ground floor there is a snug, dining room and cellar believed to date back to the 13th century, a utility room, superbly fitted kitchen breakfast room with appliances and four-oven Aga, an impressive orangery as well as a cloakroom and WC. On the first floor there is the magnificent oak panelled great chamber/drawing room which is believed to date back to the early 1600s and has two bay windows overlooking the garden, a fireplace with multi-fuel burner and a former priests hole. There are four bedrooms on the first floor with a well appointed family bathroom, separate WC and further shower room, whilst a separate staircase leads up to a second floor bedroom, which has a superb vaulted ceiling and access to a large vaulted and beamed loft space.