Capesthorpe
1,130 to 1,130 sq ft(104.98 to 104.98 sq m)
Guide price £649,500

Cecil SquareKettering Road, Stamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 2LR

  • New development

Key features

  • Stunning new homes in historic Stamford
  • 38 private three to six bedroom homes
  • Some plots built in local stone
  • External images are CGI's & internal are of the show home
  • 4 minute walk to Stamford station
  • 1hr 30 mins to London by train
  • 5 minute drive from the A1
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*One home remaining!* A beautiful collection of new homes nestled just inside the Lincolnshire Vales in the beautiful town of Stamford.

About this property

  • Nestled just inside the Lincolnshire Vales and built on the Burghley estate, Cecil Square is a beautiful development, with a variety of different house designs for you to discover.

    A special collection of 3, 4, 5 and 6 bedroom homes, created with meticulous attention to detail and fitted with high specification interiors, these brand new homes offer an individuality befitting of their unique location.

    Then there's Stamford itself – romantic, historic and incredibly desirable. The past feels tangible here, its presence felt in every building and along every path by the River Well and that's been meandering through this town for centuries. With over 400 Grade I and II listed buildings, character and charm lies round every corner.

    Its annual fair even appeared in Shakespeare's history play ‘Henry IV'. A town with its own museum, Stamford offers so much in the way of heritage. And Cecil Square, is the next chapter

    Agents note: The external images used are CGI's for illustrative purposes only. Internal images are of the show home. Floorplans are indicative only.

Tucked just inside the Lincolnshire Vales in the historic town of Stamford, Cecil Square provides a rare opportunity to purchase a new home built from local stone that looks and feels as though it has always been part of this historic town.

Gill DanielsProperty agent

Local information

  • The majestic Burghley House lies but a stone's throw away from Cecil Square, making this shining example of 16th century architecture your next-door neighbour. The development is actually built on the estate, which was designed by the famous landscape architect Capability Brown.
  • For transport links, Stamford Station is just a four minute walk around the corner, and from here you can reach London in an hour and a half. By car it's a twenty minute drive to Peterborough, with the A1 being just a five minute drive away. And if you're really getting away from it all, East Midlands Airport is just an hour's drive.

Additional information

  • EPC rating - B