Offers in Excess of £550,000
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A charming character property just a few moments walk from the centre of town. The property, thought to have originally been two dwellings, was remodelled a few years ago and now offers bright, contemporary accommodation with a delightful courtyard garden to the rear.
A reception vestibule opens to a large reception room running the full width of the property. Features include, solid Oak flooring, sliding sash windows with bespoke shutters, cast iron radiators and an original open fire place.
Steps lead down to the dining kitchen with bifold doors opening up the entire space to an enclosed South facing walled garden bringing the outside in. The kitchen offers an extensive range of wall and floor standing cupboards arranged around a central island with Granite work surfaces
over. Extensive fitted appliances include, a double oven, gas hob, dishwasher and fridge freezer and washing machine.
The converted cellar is currently used as a cinema room/gym but could serve a multitude of uses. A boot room/storage space is cleverly hidden behind a partition wall with a secret door.
On the first floor there are three double bedrooms all of which offer storage cupboards and fitted wardrobes and
bespoke window shutters throughout.
The family bathroom has a free standing roll top bath on claw feet along with a sink, WC and cast iron towel rail. The separate shower room has a large shower enclosure, sink unit with storage beneath and a WC and cast iron towel rail.
The property has a South facing walled courtyard garden
with brick storage shed and separate WC. This private rear
space directly off the kitchen makes for a great entertaining
area almost feeling like part of the kitchen itself.
There is a semi-sunken swimming pool which does not form
part of the sale but could be available by separate negation if required. There is also a single garage that does not form part of the sale but could be available by separate negotiation. Please call the agent for more details.
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.
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.
Electric, water and mains drains are understood to be connected. The property has Gas fired central heating. (None tested by the agent).
South Kesteven District Council.
Strictly by appointment through Humberts (Stamford Office), Telephone: 01780 758 090.