An early Edwardian Villa occupying a prominent position
with views towards Wothorpe Towers.
Built in 1903, this traditional property offers spacious accommodation currently arranged over two floors plus cellar, outbuildings and garaging.
Most of the property remains in original condition with
deep skirting boards, plaster mouldings, picture rails and
panelled doors with original ironmongery.
A central hallway is flanked by two well proportioned
reception rooms currently arranged as a drawing room and
The drawing room has a large sliding sash window with far
reaching views towards Wothorpe. The dining room is of
similar proportions, again offering wonderful views
through the large bay window.
The sitting room is towards the rear of the property and
has doors leading out onto the garden. This room was
extended some years ago, yet retains the original fire place
along with shelving and storage cupboards beneath.
The breakfast kitchen is of a good size with views over the
rear garden with access to a large utility room.
A ground floor shower room, rear lobby and pantry
complete the ground floor accommodation. The cellar is
accessed via the rear lobby and is of a good size.
A beautiful mahogany staircase gives access to a split
landing area. Four bedrooms are to the South side of the
property; one of which has a small dressing room. The fifth
bedroom and family bathroom can be located to the rear of
Iron railings sit atop a stone wall with a pedestrian gate
giving access to the front of the property. Lawns and
mature shrubbery flank a wide pathway leading to the
entrance of this wonderful home.
To the rear is a walled garden that is mainly laid to lawn
with mature shrubs and plants. The garden is thought to
have once formed part of an old orchard and still retains
some of the original apple trees, some of which are thought
to be quite rare.
There are several useful outbuildings such as a workshop,
coal shed, outhouse and store. These buildings could be
incorporated into the main house (subject to planning
To the rear of the plot are two double garages. The current
arrangement is as triple garage space with a large
workshop. Vehicular access is via Tinwell Road Lane.
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. Of particular note is
the well renowned former coaching inn, The George
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.
Post Code for SatNav: PE9 2SD.
FIXTURES AND 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 Council.
Electricity, water and mains drains are understood to be connected. The property has gas fired central heating. (None tested by the agent).