Originally built in 1736 for John Disney, this fine Grade II* Listed Georgian townhouse, formally The D’isney Place Hotel, has been in the same family for some 40 years and enjoys a prime position in Uphill Lincoln, only a short stroll to the Cathedral, Castle and bustling Bailgate.Arguably one of the finest dwelling houses in Lincoln, the extensive and flexible living space of some 6,000 sq.ft. Is arranged over three floors, along with converted basement rooms and enjoys a wealth of original features including full height wall panelling, plaster panelled ceilings and original ornate cornicing,Principal accommodation includes dramatic reception hall, with open well staircase and tessellated tiled flooring, drawing room with French doors leading to the south facing grounds, dining room with C19th fireplace, breakfast kitchen and cloakroom, whilst a further double height feature reception room, with C19th canted conservatory, has been sympatheticallyconverted into a self-contained two bedroom annexe, with private kitchen and two en-suites, which can be accessed from the main dwelling or alternatively through its own private entrance. The light and impressive first floor landing leads to the 30ft master bedroom with large full en suite, a further two large double bedrooms and family bathroom, whilst a natural staircase rises to the second floor landing opening into four further doublebedrooms, dressing room and second bathroom. The extensive basement area has been converted into a play room and office. The stunning south facing grounds, with Cathedral backdrop, are principally laid to lawn with strategically laid terraces, mature planted beds and trees, with walled boundaries incorporating part of a Roman wall, whilst garaging and parking are accessed to the front elevation.