Main Street, Teigh, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 7RT | Property for sale | Savills
224.17 sq m
Guide price £975,000(58,956,092 EGP)

Main StreetTeigh, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 7RT


    Key features

    • Detached period four bedroom property in an idyllic setting
    • Open plan living, with kitchen/family room glass end gable
    • South facing views over the garden and paddock
    • Peaceful setting in this Conservation village
    • Mainline rail train services, to London Kings Cross from Grantham (16 miles) or Peterborough (28 miles), or indeed to London St Pancras from Corby (19 miles).

    A beautifully appointed period home in the heart of this charming Conservation Village, with southerly views over its garden and adjoining paddock

    About this property

    • A beautifully appointed and deceptively spacious home, with great privacy in the heart of this charming Conservation Village, with southerly views over its garden and adjoining paddock, which extend to circa 1.8 acres in total.

      Despite its period appearance, this largely stone and slate property has been subject to a comprehensive refurbishment, which completed in 2020 and included the extension of the dwelling into a range of adjoining brick and pantile outbuildings. The works included the rewiring and replumbing of the dwelling, with the reconfiguration of the accommodation. Argon filled high specification double glazed aluminium clad windows were installed, with fitted blinds to all, together with oak floors and internal doors, a bespoke Nurlex Ltd kitchen and refitted bathroom and shower rooms.

      The result is an efficient period stone home, that combines character and period charm with a fabulous layout and accommodation flow, finished to a high standard and orientated to connect to, and look over, the south-facing gardens and land.

      The front door opens into an oak floored reception hallway, which transitions past the feature glass walled study, with wood-burning stove, to the symmetrical, triple-aspect sitting room at the western end of the house, and in the other direction past a utility and cloakroom/WC to kitchen/breakfast room.

      The full width 22' kitchen is fitted with a bespoke, sleek and contemporary Nurlex Ltd suite, with curved Corian worktops and integrated ovens, induction hob beneath extractor, and dishwasher, with space within the cabinetry for an American style fridge freezer. The kitchen and adjoining 19' square family room are one bright open plan space, a largely glazed gable end offers wonderful garden views, with French doors onto the patio area.

      Accessed from the family room, ground floor double bedrooms three and four share the modern family shower room.

      In addition, at first floor, double bedrooms one and two are both en suite,with a walk-in wardrobe to bedroom 1.

      Outside:
      A traditional five-bar gate gives access to the gravelled driveway and turning sweep, with parking for several vehicles and access to the oversized tandem garage, adjoining the house at its eastern end.

      The garden is arranged to the south, east and west of the house. Largely lawned, with flowering borders and kitchen garden, there is a detached, fully insulated garden office pod, with power and light. Within the gardens there are eight straddle stones and three stone planters included in the sale.

      A ha-ha separates the garden from adjoining paddock, which is post and rail fenced, with separate road access and water a supply. The property extends to 1.8 acres, or thereabouts, in total.

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    This is a beautifully appointed and modern home, within a period building and the most gorgeous conservation village, just north of Oakham. With garden and paddock, a lovely outlook and setting, this property is well placed for great walks, runs and cycle rides, coupled with vibrant surrounding villages with destination pubs, like The Black Bull in Market Overton.

    James AbbottProperty agent

    Local information

    • The charming small Conservation Village of Teigh village comprises predominantly stone properties with a delightful parish church.
    • Designated a Thankful Village, a phrase coined by the writer Arthur Mee in the 1930s, Teigh is one of 32 villages in England and Wales from which all their members of the armed forces survived the Great War.
    • The village is six miles to the north of the market town of Oakham and Rutland Water, whilst Uppingham (11 miles) and Stamford (16 miles) are also easily accessible.
    • These market towns form a triangle around Rutland Water and provide a wide range of shopping and cultural facilities, each renowned for their famous public schools; Communications are excellent.
    • The A1 is approximately seven miles away, whilst there are a choice of easily accessible mainline rail train services, to London Kings Cross from Grantham (16 miles) or Peterborough (28 miles), or indeed to London St Pancras from Corby (19 miles).

    Additional information

    • Services: Mains water, electricity and gas. Private drainage. Mains gas fired central heating. Fibre-optic broadband.
    • Fixtures & Fittings: Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others, such as curtains, light fitting and garden ornaments are specifically excluded but may be available by separate negotiation.
    • EPC Rating: C
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: E