The Old Surgery is a handsome doublefronted
town house situated right in the heart of Stamford.
Originally built around 1850, the property served as the town doctor's practice until it was redeveloped into the comfortable family home it is today.
Rear Lobby/Boot Room
Principle Bedroom with En Suite Shower Room
Three Further Bedrooms
A central reception hall provides access from the Stamford Stone frontage on All Saints Street. The attractive sitting room is located to the front of the property with the open plan kitchen/dining room running from front to back. This room is flooded with light being dual aspect and was recently refitted with a quality, stylish kitchen providing ample cabinet storage, oak work surfaces and travertine floor tiling.
The property has been meticulously maintained by the current vendors and offers very comfortable accommodation arranged over two floors. The stylish courtyard garden area and designated off-road parking space are a rare feature for a property within a minute's walk of the town centre.
The lobby gives access to the rear of the property with a boot room and a large cloakroom/WC and in turn the south facing outdoor area. Further to this there is a pantry and a useful utility room.
On the first floor, the master bedroom has an en suite shower room with three further bedrooms and a family bathroom completing the accommodation. There is access to a fully boarded loft space that spans the entire plan of the first floor and provides abundant storage while offering conversion potential.
The excellent outside space is well designed with a raised stone terrace area, perfect for barbecuing and the maintenance-free garden is ideal for relaxing. The parking space sits adjacent to the garden giving easy access to the property.
The historic Georgian market town of Stamford boasts a wide range of shops, leisure and cultural facilities, together with a vast array of bars and restaurants, making it easy to find something suitable for all tastes.
Stamford is regularly featured in various national publications as one of the best places to live in the United Kingdom. Both the train station and bus station are within close proximity, Stamford is on the Cambridge to Birmingham train line. Trains to London King's Cross take approximately 45 minutes from the nearby Cathedral city of Peterborough.
The A1 is located within 2 miles of the town centre and provides good access to both the north and south.
Stamford is readily accessible to Rutland Water being
approximately 5 miles away and offers a full range of water sports, golf, fly fishing, cycling, walking and sailing.
Education is catered for children of all ages as there is a wide range of prep schools and nurseries available locally.
The agent understands that the property has gas central
heating. Electric, water and mains drains are understood to be connected.
FIXTURES & FITTINGS
Every effort has been made to omit any fixtures belonging to the Vendor in the description of the property and the property is sold subject to the Vendor's right to the removal of, or payment for, as the case may be, any such fittings, etc. whether mentioned in these particulars or not.
All fixtures specifically mentioned in these particulars are
included in the sale and the fixtures normally designated as
tenant's equipment are excluded.
Strictly by appointment through
Humberts (Stamford Office)
Telephone: 01780 758 090.
South Kesteven County Council
Freehold for sale by private treaty.