Congratulations To The Owner of Ingleborough
THE WINDMILL TOWER, BAKERY & MILL HOUSE ARE NOW SOLD
The Current Mill Tower (c) Owner’s Collection
Mill Road, West Walton, Wisbech, Norfolk, PE14 7EU.
Guide: £450,000 Freehold For All Three
Old Archived Details For Reference & Inspiration….
Offers For Individual Buildings May Be Considered If Co-ordinated For The Whole.
A rare chance to purchase a unique property: a very attractive 3 storey, 10 bedroomed, late Georgian house with a 7 storey windmill, adjoining outbuildings and separate 2 storey bakery. These buildings stand on a plot of approximately one acre, and there is an option to buy a 1.85 acre paddock opposite.
Ingleborough Mill House, Wisbech (c) Owner’s Collection.
This rural West Norfolk idyll sits in a leafy hamlet a few miles north of Wisbech, and lies close to the borders of Cambridgeshire and Lincolnshire. The mill house has enchanting views from every window whether it’s of open country or the sheltered enclave of the grade 2 listed windmill tower. And climb the tower itself and the views are spectacular!
View From The Windmill Tower, Ingleborough (c) Owner’s Collection.
The property could be used as it is: a charming, spacious family home, or for development purposes, with the necessary planning permission, it could be split into separate dwellings. The mill could be naturally divided into two semi-detached houses (a 4 bed. and a 6 bed.), with the separate bakery converted into another say 4 bedroomed property. The currently derelict, impressive mill tower with its huge adjoining outbuildings, could be converted into a very unusual, stunning, and substantial property alone.
Ingleborough Windmill – As It Was With Sails (c) 1933 Vintage.
The potential purchaser may consider using part or all of the property for holiday lets, or for residential courses such as the arts, crafts, creative writing, or outward bounds/educational breaks. It could accommodate a music recording studio, or act as a film location, or be used for fashion shoots, or it would make a perfect wedding venue.
Ingleborough Mill Bakery Building (c) Owner’s Collection.
Coastal walks which are a bird-watcher’s dream, are only about a 15 minute drive north at the foot of The Wash, and endless stretches of sandy beaches on the North Norfolk coast from Huntstanton and beyond are about half an hour’s drive away.
Ingleborough Mill House, Substantial Home (c) Owner’s Collection.
Wisbech is less than 10 minutes’ drive, King’s Lynn is 15 minutes’ drive, Peterborough and Spalding about half an hour, and Cambridge, Norwich and Stamford about an hour drive-time away.
Ingleborough Mill – From Historic Archives
The owner has many other photographs. Please feel free to get in touch for further details and interior pictures.
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Ingleborough Mill House Interior Photograph Collection
Current EPC Certification For Ingleborough Mill House