Holly House is a beautiful Grade II listed family home believed to date back to the late 18th century with an extension to the side completed in 2007. This comfortable, stylish home is noted for its stone quoins and traditional distinctive Lincolnshire moustache lintels above the windows. Inside the period character resonates throughout the property with fireplaces, wood burner, exposed beams and exposed stonework to the walls. The bespoke Harvey Jones kitchen leads through to a family area to a large sitting room/garden room, which has French doors opening out to the South- facing patio area and garden. A single storey annexe has a shower room and study which could be used as a guest bedroom or alternatively as a studio/office. Leading off the balustraded landing there are 4 bedrooms with the large double bedroom benefitting from an en suite bathroom with claw foot bath. There is also a large family bathroom set out in a traditional style.
A shared entrance leads to a large gravelled area in front of the house which provides ample private parking. To the side there is a single garage and a small brick store. The south facing garden has been professionally designed into distinct areas partitioned by box hedging, There is a kitchen garden to one side together with a small seating area around a pond and fountain. The main lawn with planted borders leads from the patio area. There is a tree house and space for a children's play area. At the front off the road there is an additional small gateway that leads to the annexe.
The village of Dyke is situated just off the A15 approxmately two miles north of Bourne and 13 miles north east of Stamford. There is a village pub and also a village hall. The main regional centre is Peterborough to the south with a high speed rail link to London King's Cross with a publicised journey time of approximately 50 minutes. Bourne is a pleasant market town with a range of good independent shops and supermarkets, a leisure centre and excellent primary and secondary schools, including the acclaimed Bourne Grammar School, Bourne Abbey Primary Academy and Bourne Westfield Primary Accademy.