A detached stone and collyweston cottage in the centre of the conservation village Listed Building Consent for the reconfiguration of the cottage and the incorporation of an adjoining barn.
The detached listed cottage requires full renovation and refurbishment, but benefits from Listed Building Consent for the reconfiguration of the cottage and the incorporation of the adjoining barn as an enlarged single two-storey house, of circa 2,600ft sq.
The property is positioned in the centre of the village, across the lane from, and with views to, St John the Baptist parish church. It has gated off-road parking and a large walled rear garden of approximately 0.21 of an acre. The rear garden is contained within high level limestone walls, laid to lawn with mature shrubs and borders, together with semi-mature fruit trees.
The 17th century Grade ll listed cottage, within Barnack's Conservation Area, has attractive architectural detail, like a traceried window in its principal elevation, with an attached two-storey barn to its eastern side.
Peterborough City Council has granted Listed Building Consent (ref 22/01767/LBC0, dated 20th December 2022 for the reconfiguration of the cottage and the incorporation of the adjoining barn, which frames the northern and eastern sides of the south easterly orientated garden.
The extended and reconfigured accommodation will comprise an entrance hallway with three reception rooms lining the front ground floor elevation of the house, with a cloakroom/wc adjoining a rear lobby to the garden. The existing kitchen will become an inner corridor link to the barn, with utility and store. The full width, partially vaulted, family dining kitchen will occupy the entire length of barn's ground floor, with south westerly windows and doors to the garden.
There will be four first floor bedrooms (two en suite) and a family bathroom. Three of the bedrooms (one en suite) and the family bathroom will be situated within the existing cottage, with the principal bedroom, with en suite and dressing room within the barn's first floor, above the kitchen.
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It is rare to find a period house in a prime Stamford Conservation Village setting that combines a large south westerly orientated family garden, that can incorporate off road parking, and the listed consents to permit a fabulous family home - this enlarged renovated house will be amazing!James AbbottProperty agent