Our beautifully restored Grade II star listed property once formed part of Molecey House and Mill. The Granary has a date stone on the gable end of 1773 and with stunning huge oak beams and sympathetically exposed stonework, new life has been breathed into this historic building. With its period architecture and authentic features our home has a rich history and many stories to tell.
Set amongst 12 acres of spectacular gardens, and surrounded by rivers, ponds and streams, the Granary is a tranquil and private place to escape. The mill pond at the front of the house is a great place to meet our resident swan family, the call of fen pheasants can be heard across the fields and a barn owl regularly hunts at dawn and dusk in the grounds. The River Welland forms one of our boundaries and is teaming with fish, the extensive gardens and islands are fantastic for exploring, picnics or den building.
The Granary and its 12 acres of grounds give plenty of space for all the family to relax, explore and enjoy the English countryside. You can take out a kayak on the river, go for a wild swim, build a den, have a picnic or go for a walk or cycle around the grounds. If you want to venture out and about the local area is a great one for cycling.
The Granary is situated just off the Stamford Road on the northern edge of the delightful Lincolnshire village of West Deeping, which is mentioned in the Domesday Book and described in Sir Nikolaus Pevsner's Buildings of England for Lincolnshire as ‘uncommonly charming'.
"What is this life if, full of care,
We have no time to stand and stare,
No time to stand beneath the boughs,
And stare as long as sheep or cows."
'Leisure' by W.H. Davies, 1911