Mill Lane, Tinwell, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 3UW | Property for sale | Savills
269.23 sq m(2,898 sq ft)
Guide price £1,125,000

Mill LaneTinwell, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 3UW

  • Recently sold

Key features

  • Sold in November 2023
  • With spacious accommodation and private gardens
  • Offering extensive parking and detached double garage
  • With excellent access to country walks and into Stamford
  • Stamford 1.5 miles; Oakham 10 miles; Peterborough 14 miles

A well-appointed detached home, with generous parking, detached garaging and garden in an edge of village position with excellent access to riverside and country walks, and into Stamford

About this property

  • This beautifully presented stone faced detached house was one of three houses constructed in generous garden plots on the eastern edge of the village in about 1987. The house is approached along a graveled driveway, past the two other houses, to this property's gateway and private graveled turning sweep at the end of the lane. The property therefore offers privacy, generous driveway and garaged parking.

    Comprehensively renovated by the current owners, with modern and well-appointed kitchen, utility, bath and shower room suites, the house offers a spacious layout, with an excellent flow and double doors between many of the principal rooms, perfectly orientated for morning and afternoon sunshine.

    The front door, within an open fronted porch, opens into a wide and inviting ceramic tile floored reception stairwell hallway, which provides an immediate sense of scale and a generous area to meet and to greet guests. The tiled flooring continues through the dining room and kitchen, whilst double doors open from the hallway to the sitting and drawing rooms.

    The 28' triple-aspect drawing room spans the southern width of the house space, with front (east) facing bay, south facing windows either side of the fireplace, with its wood burning stove, and French doors opening (west) to the garden. Internal double doors open from the drawing room into the dining room, which has another set of external French doors to the garden, and is open to the spacious and well-appointed kitchen.

    The triple-aspect kitchen is well-positioned and is fitted with an extensive suite, with wall and base units beneath granite worktops, with a large central island and integrated oven, dishwasher, fridge and freezer appliances. The kitchen is complimented by a separate utility room, with a boot room, with back door, alongside.

    Internal double doors open from the kitchen to the dual-aspect sitting room, which connects in turn back to the entrance hallway, so there really is a wonderful circular flow to the accommodation within this home.

    At first floor level, the spacious galleried landing offers access to four double bedrooms. The principal and guest bedrooms both have fitted wardrobes and en suites, whilst bedrooms three and four are served by a full-suite family bathroom, with both bath and separate shower.

    Approached through stone gate piers, the gravelled driveway leads around a fish pond to the wisteria clad front of the house, offering extensive parking and access to the detached double garage. Access can be gained both sides of the house to the formal garden to the rear (west) of the house.

    Principally lawned with mature hedgerow boundaries, the gardens have well-stocked flowering borders, a kitchen garden and summer house, along with a wide terrace running along the west face of the house for sitting, eating and entertaining.

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Just over a mile from Stamford you feel like you are in the middle of the countryside. The interior is bright, light and invitingly warm. Simply, it has a lovely feel.

James AbbottProperty agent

Local information

  • The Conservation village of Tinwell lies just a mile and a half west of the Georgian market town of Stamford, on the Rutland/Lincolnshire border. The village has an active community and village hall and offers excellent access to country walks across the fields, and along the river to The Meadows.
  • Stamford is well known for its schools, shops, restaurants and architecture, along with Burghley House, and is an attractive retail and social base. Its railway station also offers direct hourly services to Peterborough and Cambridge on the Birmingham Airport to Stansted Airport Midlands Cross Country line and London Kings Cross.
  • The A1 offers excellent access for the Cathedral city of Peterborough (14 miles) with its East Coast Mainline rail services to London Kings Cross and Cambridge (from 50 mins), whilst the village is also well placed for Oakham (ten miles), Uppingham (11 miles) and Oundle (14 miles), each with their renowned schools.

Additional information

  • General Information
  • Local Authority: Rutland County Council. Council Tax band F.
  • Services: Mains electricity, water and drainage. Fibre-optic broadband. Oil fired central heating (2015). LPG servicing the kitchen range.
  • Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Savills Stamford Office. T: 01780 484696
  • Date of Particulars and Photography: October 2022
  • All journey times and distances are approximate.
  • EPC Rating: D
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: F