Savills | Rockleigh, Casterton Road, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 2YL | Property for sale
166.67 sq m(1,794 sq ft)
Guide price £650,000(€752,488)

RockleighCasterton Road, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 2YL

  • Under offer

Key features

  • A detached house within a large terraced garden plot
  • With generous parking and detached double garage
  • Offering deceptively spacious accommodation, requiring some updating
  • Within a mile's walk of Stamford's Endowed School sites, its town centre and railway station
  • No onward chain

A detached house positioned within a large sloping garden plot close to the town's centre, which requires some updating, but with excellent parking with a detached double garage

About this property

  • Centrally positioned within a large and landscaped terraced garden, steps descend from the property's detached double garage and parking, accessed off St John's Terrace, or rise from Casterton Road through the gardens to the house.

    Thought to originally date from the 1930s, but significantly extended and altered since, the house has, since 1995, been All Saints Church Vicarage. Not listed, but within Stamford's Conservation Area, it combines a convenient position close to the northern edge of the town's centre, near Casterton Road's junction with Scotgate, with a good degree of privacy, south-westerly orientation and spacious layout.

    The front door opens into a lobby with a cloakroom. The inner stairwell hallway is flanked by the 19' sitting room, formerly the vicar's office, and the 22' kitchen/breakfast room, with herringbone floor and fitted kitchen suite, beyond which is a large utility with rear access to the garden. The hallway leads to a large and symmetrical dining room, from which Patio doors open to the garden.

    At first floor level, bedroom one has fitted wardrobes and an en suite shower room. Bedrooms two and three are both generous doubles, and, with bedroom four, are served by the full suite family bathroom.

    OUTSIDE
    The house is roughly centrally positioned within a sloping south-westerly facing garden. Generous parking and the property's detached double garage adjoin the northern boundary, whilst the garden incorporates mature flowering and shrub beds, trees, lawns and seating terraces, with pedestrian access to Casterton Road.

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Thought to originally date from the 1930s, but significantly extended and altered since, the house has, since 1995, been All Saints Church Vicarage. Not listed, but within Stamford's Conservation Area, it combines a convenient position close to the northern edge of the town's centre with Scotgate, with a good degree of privacy, south-westerly orientation and spacious layout.

James AbbottProperty agent

Local information

  • The Georgian market town of Stamford is renowned for its architecture and was proclaimed the “finest stone town in England” by Sir Walter Scott.
  • A fabulous place to live, it was the country's first designated Conservation Area in 1967 and was named in The Sunday Times annual ‘Best Places to Live' list 2019.
  • Well known for its architectural landmarks, including The George of Stamford and Burghley House, the town also offers a great standard of both state and private education for all age groups.
  • The A1 bypasses Stamford, whilst the town's railway station (0.8 mile's walk) has hourly services to Peterborough (connecting to London Kings Cross services) and Cambridge on the Midlands Cross Country Birmingham Airport to Stansted Airport line.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = D