Spalding, Lincolnshire (For Sale)

Lincolnshire - Guide Price - £600,000 Brochure

East Bank Lighthouse, or, more familiarly known as Sir Peter Scotts Lighthouse, stands on the eastern bank at the mouth of the River Nene to the south of The Wash, a marine area which is one of Englands last great wildernesses, a place where you can enjoy true tranquillity, as well as the excitement of some of Englands great wildlife spectacles. The Wash National Nature Reserve is the biggest reserve in England, covering nearly 9,000 hectares, and is dedicated to the memory of Sir Peter Scott, a great conservationist and son of Scott of the Antarctic who lived at East Bank Lighthouse, a Grade II* Listed Building from 1933 to the start of World War ll.

The Lighthouse comprises: kitchen, dining hall, reception room, gallery/studio, light room, four bedrooms, bathroom, shower room, wc and storage in the basement level.

It also benefits from approximately 1.7 Acres (stms) of garden, grounds and wetland wildfowl ponds.

  • No Upward Chain
  • A Grade II* Listed Lighthouse Situated in Lincolnshire Close to the Norfolk Border
  • Located at the Mouth of the River Nene Estuary Overlooking the Wide Expanse of The Wash
  • Being the Former Home of Sir Peter Scott a Pioneer of Wildlife Conservation
  • Offering a Reception Room Overlooking the Estuary, Dining Room, Kitchen, Plus Basement
  • Three Bedrooms, Bathroom and Shower Room Plus Attached Artist Studio Accommodation
  • Previously Granted Planning Permission for a Detached Visitor Centre & Parking
  • Benefiting from Approximately 1.7 Acres (stms) of Garden, Grounds and Wetland Wildfowl Ponds
  • The Accommodation extends to 2,497 sq. ft.
Contact Office: Exquisite North Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire