An unlisted detached Victorian house with enclosed rear garden in a discreet position within Stamford's Conservation Area, less than half a mile from the town's railway station.
An attractive, unlisted period house, dated 1884 and officially called 3 Park Lane, this two storey house was reroofed in 2021 and has comfortable, well-presented accommodation over two floors. The partially glazed front door opens into a travertine floored entrance hallway, which passes the sitting room and the ground floor family bathroom, enroute to the dining room and kitchen. The sitting room is a generously proportioned elegant room with high ceiling, cornice and central rose, together with two large east facing windows and wooden board flooring, as well as an attractive period open fireplace.
The dining room has a wood floor and high level windows, and is open to the tile floored kitchen, fitted with an extensive suite, incorporating a five-ring double oven gas range, and with double doors to the garden's terrace, whilst an adjoining wooden floored, glass roofed office/garden room, also accessed from the dining room, has double doors to the garden. At first floor level, the four bedrooms are served by the second family shower room.
The property's west facing garden lies to the rear of the house. It is accessed by a pedestrian gate from the neighbouring driveway, over which there are pedestrian rights of access to the garden, or from the house through the kitchen or garden room. A stone flagged terrace adjoins the house, framed by raised brick flowering and shrub borders around its edges, tapering to a lawn at the western end of the garden.
Full mains services are connected. Mains gas fired central heating.
South Kesteven District Council T: 01476 406080. Council Tax Band D.
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I think this is a lovely period house. It combines elegant accommodation with a west facing garden and occupies a hidden position in the town, convenient for the town centre, Endowed Schools and railway station. It is also almost opposite the pedestrian access to Burghley Great Park, which I would love on my doorstep for runs and walks with dog.James Abbott