The Kilham Manse

Price Guide: £439,000 

The Kilham Manse, High Street, Epworth, North Lincolnshire DN9 1EP


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The Kilham Manse is one of the most imposing properties on the Isle of Axholme and was built in 1878 by Henry Kelsey of Epworth.

The property is a former Manse / Vicarage to the Alexander Kilham Memorial Church opposite, which was opened in 1860 and commemorated the founder of the 'Methodist New Connexion', Alexander Kilham, who was born in Epworth in 1762. 

The property was lovingly restored to its former glory and comprises an impressive reception hallway, sitting room/study, dining room, lounge, breakfast room, kitchen, utility room and cloakroom to the ground floor.

The first floor boasts 5 double bedrooms, one with ensuite facilities and a family bathroom.

There are quality fixtures and fittings throughout throughout the property which still possesses many of the original features, some of which include cast iron fireplaces upstairs.

The property has UPVC double glazing and gas fired central heating. 

It has two driveways with ample parking,  a raised patio area and sunken lawns to both the front and side of the property.

Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the vast size and quality of the accommodation on offer. 

Please note that no long lens or wide angled lens photography has been used on this website, therefore the photograph's published give you a totally correct portrayal of the property. 

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