Guide price £450,000
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An utterly charming village home built of stone under a Collyweston roof dating back to 1830. The property offer attractive accommodation arranged over three floors and offers some lovely features such as exposed timbers and deep window reveals complete with shutters.
A central reception hall give access to two reception rooms currently arranged as a sitting room and a dining room.
The peaceful sitting room is dual aspect with French doors leading out to a rear courtyard. An open fireplace is flanked by inbuilt cupboards complemented by open shelves with storage beneath.
On the opposite side of the hallway is the dining room which is open to the kitchen. The kitchen has a range of wall and floor standing cabinets under granite work surfaces providing ample preparation space. The rear door opens to the lower courtyard, giving access to a converted outbuilding currently used as a utility/laundry room though this could serve a multitude of uses.
From the dining room, stairs rise to a first floor landing area where two of the bedrooms can be found. Both are of a generous size and have in built wardrobes.
The family bathroom has been refitted with a contemporary suite comprising of a paneled bath with shower over, large sink and wc.
Stairs rise again to a second floor where two further bedrooms can be found. These bedrooms are of a generous size and currently are interconnecting.
The property sits behind a low stone wall with ironwork over. Attractive and well stocked formal flower beds sit beside a stone pathway leading to the front door. To the side of the property is a single garage with up and over door.
There is gated access to the side of the property leading to the rear of the garage, the outbuilding and the courtyard garden.
To the rear is a beautifully arranged walled courtyard garden. This charming area is west facing and planted with an array of exotic and unusual plants arranged around a stone terrace. Steps lead down to a lower area providing access to the rear of the property.
Easton on the Hill is an attractive and sought after village approximately 2 miles to the south west of Stamford. It has a very good range of facilities with shop/post office, pre-school, a public house, village hall, bowls and cricket clubs and church. It also has The Priest House which is a National Trust property. There are excellent walks in and around the village with Wothorpe Wood near by and different walks into Stamford. Communications are excellent with the village lying north of the A43 Stamford/Kettering road, approximately 1.5 miles west of the Al trunk road. There is a good access to the nearby towns of Stamford, Peterborough, Kettering, Uppingham and Grantham. Intercity train services are available from Peterborough and Kettering and there is a railway station at Stamford for local and cross country routes.
Electricity, water, gas and mains drainage are understood to be connected. The property has gas fired central heating. (none tested by the agent)
East Northamptonshire Council
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.
Strictly by appointment through Humberts (Stamford Office), Telephone: 01780 758 090.
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