What would you do with this quirky Lincolnshire property?

This 19th century Lincolnshire Smokehouse is being sent to auction in Lincoln.

The property, on the grounds of a country house in Branston, has a guide price of £25,000 and according to Burton and Co solicitors has already gained a lot of interest.

It’s tucked quietly in the grounds of a Branston manor house.

Despite being Grade II listed, the smokehouse has already been granted planning permission to be converted into a one-bedroom studio with bathroom and open-plan kitchen and living space over two floors.

A nice neighbourhood!

It’s situated in the heart of Branston, just outside of Lincoln, on the grounds of a large country house, which has recently been renovated.

The property comes with its own parking space too, located on the shared driveway.

Owners can expect to find a basement accessible through the side of the property but included in the granted plans are details of a staircase leading down from the ground floor.

There’s more to the property than meets the eye.

Senior associate James Mulhall from JH Walter says he expects it to be popular at the auction and explains that if someone would like to renovate it for themselves that it would cost in the region of £15-20,000 to complete.

The auction will take place at Hilton Double Tree hotel in Lincoln on Wednesday, March 7.

More information on the property can be found here.