A fine Grade II listed Georgian manor house standing in magnificently landscaped grounds

Low Street, Collingham, Newark

South Collingham Manor is a fine Grade II listed Georgian manor house standing in magnificently landscaped grounds of around 5 acres, in a peaceful location with views of open countryside to the rear. The property has been sympathetically restored by the current owners retaining much of the original character of the building and enhanced with quality bathrooms and a bespoke kitchen with a Rutland conservatory off. The original Messinger orangery on the front of the property has been fully restored. The main reception rooms each have impressive marble fireplaces and there is a combination of oak and pine boarded flooring, parquet flooring and stone and tiled flooring throughout the ground floor. There are working window shutters to the majority of the south east elevation ground floor rooms and the original sash windows have been restored. The stunning grounds are fully landscaped and offer superb privacy from the village. There are extensive lawns to both the front, side and rear of the property that border open countryside and run down to a large pond shaded by mature trees. There is a separate orchard area and a large patio adjacent to the Rutland conservatory which is perfect for entertaining large groups.

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This Property is Marketed by Chesterton Humberts

1 thought on “A fine Grade II listed Georgian manor house standing in magnificently landscaped grounds

  1. The restored Messinger orangery is an absolute gem. It must also be lovely being surrounded by so much open countryside – would definitely seem as though the 5 acres has gone even further.

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