A Grade II Listed four bedroom cottage with delightful garden and ample parking in a village setting
A delightful Grade II Listed stone cottage with a wealth of attractive period features. Dating originally from the late 18th century, the property displays original timber beams and fireplaces, to create a splendid, cosy living space with plenty of character. The main reception room has vertical timber beams to the walls and cross-beams to the ceiling, as well as a stone-built corner fireplace, while the formal dining room has an impressive inglenook fireplace, fitted with a wood burning stove and still displaying the original bread oven built into the side of the fireplace. The sunny conservatory, a modern addition to the property, creates further living and entertaining space, and overlooks the pretty garden to the rear. The fitted kitchen has a useful adjoining utility room for further appliances. There are four double bedrooms arranged over the first and second floors, with the family bathroom located on the first floor and a further shower room on the second floor.
The property opens to the front onto King Street, while there is a five-bar timber gate to the side, opening onto a gravel driveway with ample parking for three cars. The delightful walled rear garden includes paved terracing, lawns, colourful flowerbeds and a timber-framed summer house with adjoining shed.
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I love this stone cottage with a wealth of attractive period features, it is a great village and within easy reach of Stamford and Peterborough.James Eastaway