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The Manor in Langton-by-Wragby, near Lincoln, is up for sale through Savills and has its own moat, orchard and pigsty





The new owners of this £795,000 mansion and moat can enjoy being Lord and Lady Muck – as it is being sold with its own pigsty.

The Manor sits in nearly five acres and is surrounded by its own medieval moat as well as an orchard, gardens and a horse paddock.

The Victorian red-brick house, in Langton-by-Wragby, near Lincoln, is arranged over two floors with oak timber beams throughout.

The property is built on the site of a former medieval manor, of which much of the moat remains.
The property is built on the site of a former medieval manor, of which much of the moat remains.
Upstairs, there are six double bedrooms, including the principal bedroom with en suite, a family bathroom and a shower room.
Upstairs, there are six double bedrooms, including the principal bedroom with en suite, a family bathroom and a shower room.

The 4,000sq ft Lincolnshire manor house and grounds has been home to the same farming family since the 19th century.

Packed with period features, the sitting room has gold wall paper and matching curtains.

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Throughout the property, original features such as the decorative coving, sash windows and fireplaces have all been preserved.

The ground floor includes a drawing room, a sitting room, a dining room, a conservatory, the kitchen, a study, a utility room, two cloakrooms, a boot room, and stores.
The ground floor includes a drawing room, a sitting room, a dining room, a conservatory, the kitchen, a study, a utility room, two cloakrooms, a boot room, and stores.
The Manor, a six-bedroom Victorian manor house that includes a moat among its remarkable features.
The Manor, a six-bedroom Victorian manor house that includes a moat among its remarkable features.

The ground floor comprises a drawing room, sitting room, dining room, kitchen and conservatory overlooking the sprawling countryside.

A utility room, two cloakrooms, store room and boot room are also packed into the groundfloor.

The dining room, one of four reception rooms on the ground floor.
The dining room, one of four reception rooms on the ground floor.
The conservatory, with views over the Lincolnshire countryside.
The conservatory, with views over the Lincolnshire countryside.
It has been priced to reflect that the house will need some modernisation.
It has been priced to reflect that the house will need some modernisation.

Upstairs, there are six double bedrooms, including the master bedroom with en suite, a family bathroom and a shower room.

The beautiful property nestles in 4.53 acres between Horncastle and Market Rasen, which also includes gardens, a paddock, orchard and vegetable patch, set around the original moat.

The home retains many of its original features, including decorative coving, fireplaces and sash windows.
The home retains many of its original features, including decorative coving, fireplaces and sash windows.
The house is situated in Langton by Wragby, between Horncastle and Market Rasen,
The house is situated in Langton by Wragby, between Horncastle and Market Rasen,

Outbuildings include several workshops, garages, and a pigsty to the rear.

The Manor is being sold by Savills with a guide price of £795,000.

The Manor has been owned by generations of the same family for more than a century.
The Manor has been owned by generations of the same family for more than a century.
The Manor has been listed with a guide price of £795,000 with Savills, of Lincoln.
The Manor has been listed with a guide price of £795,000 with Savills, of Lincoln.

Roo Fisher, residential sales director at Savills based in Lincoln, said: “The Manor has been realistically priced as it requires considerable modernisation and once complete, it will make the most amazing family home.

“It’s not every day you can buy a house with its own moat so that is a real highlight for me, and the views of the open Lincolnshire countryside are fantastic.”



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