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Francis Hill Court was originally built around 1912, as a private residence by Alfred Shuttleworth for an engineer from Liverpool and later converted to Lincolnshire Police Headquarters, before their move to Nettleham.
The bright, spacious and grand accommodation comprises: communal entrance hall with intercom entry system, first floor landing, entrance hallway, study area, inner hallway, modern kitchen/breakfast room with recently fitted Wren kitchen with integrated appliances, 23ft living room with electric fire place, bedroom 1 with fitted wardrobes and walk in wardrobe (which could be converted to an en-suite), bedroom 2 with built in wardrobe and modern en-suite shower room, and a modern family bathroom.
The property is packed with many original features such as coving, ceiling roses, picture rails, high ceilings, doors and architraves. The living room, kitchen and bedroom 2 all have direct views of Lincoln Cathedral and the communal gardens. The property has original period windows with secondary glazing and gas central heating throughout, the boiler was replaced in 2014 with a gas combination boiler.
There is a parking space and a pathway leading to the stunning communal gardens, being private, enclosed and well stocked with mature trees and planting. Residents have access to the cellar, providing useful storage.
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Living Room 23′ 2″ x 17′ 5″ (7.06m x 5.3m)
Kitchen 12′ 2″ x 10′ 11″ (3.7m x 3.32m)
Bedroom 1 15′ 7″ x 14′ 5″ (4.74m x 4.39m)
Bedroom 2 12′ 2″ x 11′ 8″ (3.7m x 3.55m)
Bathroom 9′ 9″ x 7′ 1″ (2.97m x 2.15m)