This charming Duke of Bedford style cottage built of local stone under a Collyweston roof sits on a large South facing plot, with views over open countryside and down towards the picturesque Nene Valley Railway.
The well maintained, characterful accommodation is arranged over two floors.
The property has been skilfully renovated over recent years and whilst all the charm and character has been maintained, this lovely home is both beautiful and practical.
An entrance hall with tiled floor gives access to all the main
reception rooms being central to the house.
The kitchen breakfast room has a good range of oak base and wall cabinets with granite work surfaces over. There is a Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher and two oven cooking range with extractor hood.
From the kitchen, a useful utility/boot room has a range of fitted cupboards along with room for a washing machine and tumble dryer along with access to the cloak room/WC.
To the rear of the inner hall is a charming sitting room with the most peaceful views over the garden and beyond. The main focal point is a large inglenook style fire place with Bressumer beam over housing wood burning stove sitting on a flagstone hearth. There is access directly from this room via a stable door onto the South facing stone terrace.
A small study is located off the sitting room providing an area for a home office.
The formal dining room is conveniently located off the inner hall directly opposite the kitchen. This attractive room has oak flooring and excellent natural light due to the two windows overlooking the private garden.
Stairs rise to the first floor where the master bedroom can be found. This dual aspect room benefits from an en suite with shower and sink.
There are two further bedrooms and the family bathroom
completing the first floor accommodation.
The property sits on a generous South facing private plot with far reaching views over open countryside. There is a delightful stone terrace running the entire length of the property and a large gravel driveway providing ample parking space for several cars.
To the West side of the property there is a further gravel area leading to a stone stable/store.
Sutton is located approximately half a mile or so from the A47 with easy access to the A1 just beyond. This peaceful village is located 5.7 miles from the Cathedral City of Peterborough, which has an extensive array of shops, services, leisure and schooling. The main east coast train line links Peterborough to London Kings Cross with journey times of approximately 45 minutes.
The historic Georgian market town of Stamford is close by and boasts a wide range of shops, leisure and cultural facilities, together with an 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 Hotel. Schooling is of a very high standard with Stamford Endowed Schools, Oakham and Uppingham being within easy driving distance.
Post code for SatNav: PE5 7XE.
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.
Electricity and mains drains are understood to be connected. Heating is by either oil fired central heating or can be via the wood burning stove.
The site and floor plans forming part of these sale particulars are for identification purposes only. All relevant details should be legally checked as appropriate.
Strictly by appointment through Humberts
(Stamford Office), Telephone: 01780 758 090.