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Inside Grimsby’s £1 million homes

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What makes a property worth nearly £1 million or more? Would you choose more land over a swimming pool and tennis courts? Grimsby has some great properties on the market but are they worth the money?

Normanby Road, Nettleton

£900,000

Have as much space as you want whilst running your own business on the side with this Grade II listed stone farmhouse. The 22 acre site comprises a three bedroom barn conversion, single storey cottage and a part developed tea room/restaurant. This has the potential to create a unique opportunity to develop a lifestyle for the whole family. [Fine & Country]

The Old Barn, Low Road, Ratcliffe

£995,000

If you like a bit more indoor space to move around in, this could be your ideal home. On just under an acre of land, this five bedroom converted barn has spacious rooms to redecorate to your own style, as well as a two bedroom annexe. [Savills]

Withe Lane, Brigsley

£1,195,000

Work from home in the specially created office and enjoy tending to your horses on your lunch break, located in the two stables on site. During the summer you can alway improve your game on the tennis court. This Georgian revival, five bedroomed home also comes with 11.5 acres of landscaped gardens and parkland. [Fine & Country]

Atterby, Lincolnshire

£1,250,000

Have your own games room and try your hand at running a holiday complex of three self-catering cottages and touring caravan park. The renovated, five bedroomed farmhouse includes four ensuite bathroom which could be used as a B&B or converted for your own use. [Brown & Co]

The Manor, Gunnery Road, Ratcliffe, Grimsby

£1,500,000

Make use of the equestrian facilities and 36 acres of land with this six bedroomed Georgian property. There is plenty of room for you to breed your horses and give them the first class treatment they deserve and the house consists of large living spaces to be transformed to your own needs. [Savills]

Main Street, Normanby

£1,800,000

Enjoy a quieter life in the former Dower House to the Normanby Hall Estate. With seven large double bedrooms, six bathrooms, three staircases and around 11 acres of land, the property is part Georgian and part Edwardian in style dating back to the 1800s. There’s also room for your horses to enjoy some great countryside views. [Lawrence James]