Savills | Heath Road, Helpston, Peterborough, PE6 7EG | Properties for sale
195.56 sq m(2,105 sq ft)
Offers over £600,000($751,795)

Heath RoadHelpston, Peterborough, PE6 7EG

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in October 2020
  • Four bedrooms and three reception rooms
  • Driveway and tandem double garage
  • In all about 0.8 acres of landscaped gardens
  • Almost equidistant between Stamford and Peterborough

A detached four bedroom house within an attractive village and set within gardens of about 0.8 acres.

About this property

    A detached 1920s property which was extended in 2005, the house occupies a pleasant edge of village setting with views to farmland to the front and to deciduous woodland, which border the gardens, to the rear.

    Owned and loved for over 40 years, the property has a lovely and convivial layout. The three generously proportioned reception rooms have large windows and 1920s fireplaces, with herringbone wood flooring to the two front facing rooms. The large open plan family kitchen is undoubtedly the core of the house and offers attractive views of, and access to, the garden, as does the sun room adjoining the living room.

    Three of the four first floor bedrooms are doubles and, served by a family bathroom and separate family shower room, there is an obvious configuration for an en suite. The boarded loft is accessed from the landing, and may be suitable for conversion with appropriate planning consents.

    The gardens are a particular feature, with a wide frontage, mature lawns, pond and parking, with access to a tandem double garage. The gardens also wrap around to the rear of the neighbouring properties' gardens to the south, and extend to about 0.8 acres in total.

    View payable Stamp Duty for this property

Situated in the pretty village of Helpston, this charming 1920s house has great potential. The gardens are very special with a beautiful walnut tree, the ideal home for a tree house.

Nina ArmstrongProperty agent

Local information

  • Helpston is an attractive village almost equidistant between Stamford and Peterborough amidst rolling countryside.
  • With a public house, post office, village shop and garden centre, the village's well thought of primary school feeds secondary education in Glinton, about three miles away. There is also a choice of independent schooling, including Copthill, Stamford and The Peterborough Schools (among others) within an eight miles radius.
  • Nearby, the Georgian market of Stamford (eight miles) is renowned for its schooling and shopping and the Cathedral City of Peterborough (seven miles) offers mainline commuter rail connections to London Kings Cross from 50 minutes, and Cambridge.
  • All distances and travel times are approximate.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = E