Roost Estate Agents – Bradley Manor, perhaps the most distinctive, historically rich property in Lincolnshire, a Grade II listed nine bedroom Manor House dating back to the 1500’s, set within five and a half acres of mature, maintained landscaped grounds. The Manor House is built over three floors with some walls being four feet thick with much of the ancient architecture still visible today. Many historians claim that Henry VIII shot a wild boar from a top floor window at the Manor House. Throughout the three floors of the house, it maintains high levels of it’s original features, from the Jacobean staircase, Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson front door, original beams and interesting joinery throughout. In total, Bradley Manor has nine bedrooms, four bathrooms, five reception rooms, heated swimming pool, orchard, wildlife pond, livestock shed and a large green house plus much more. Through the courtyard at the rear of the Manor, you will see a range of outbuildings, these contain the following; Two traditional stables, tack room, two double garages, two storey office, coal store and a party room/barn. This rare opportunity to own a Grade II listed piece of historic importance to the local area doesn’t come around often and it is a brilliant chance to own not just the Manor House, but all that comes with it.
Viewings are available immediately on this property and can be arranged by contacting 01472 591526 / 07799452823 / info@