Front Elevation
112.88 sq m
Guide price £375,000(11.078.628.084 ₫)

Maiden LaneStamford, Lincolnshire, PE9 2AZ


    Key features

    • An attractive three storey townhouse
    • Right in the centre of Stamford, close to the High Street's shopping
    • An ideal home or investment dwelling, with past retail use
    • Not listed, but within a Conservation Area
    • Attractive features and good views of Stamford

    A charming three bedroomed townhouse in central Stamford, with rear courtyard from which there are lovely views to All Saints Church

    About this property

    • A charming three bedroom townhouse, occupying a discreet position in central Stamford almost in the town's High Street shopping precinct, the property has an attractive stone frontage and a rear paved courtyard, from which there are lovely views to All Saints Church.

      Unlisted, but within the town's Conservation Area, the property has most recently been owned as an investment property with recent rental advice suggesting a monthly rent of up to £925 PCM. Prior to this, the property was a milliner's retail shop, which may offer a precedent for those seeking to combine a house and business base, subject to change of use and other relevant consents.

      The front door opens into a timber floored room, with feature fireplace and attractive street scene view. An inner stairwell lobby has access to a ground floor cloaks/WC and the modern kitchen, from which a back door opens to a secluded and private west facing courtyard.

      The sitting room, which is dual-aspect and symmetrical, is at first floor level, along with double bedroom one and the family bathroom, whilst double bedroom two and bedroom three are at second floor level, from which the rooftop views of church tower and spires are lovely.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    A beautiful bolt-hole in the heart of Stamford, an attractive Georgian Market Town.

    Nina ArmstrongProperty agent

    Local information

    • Stamford is an attractive and thriving market town, proclaimed by Sir Walter Scott as the “finest stone town in England”. Stamford was the country's first designated Conservation Area in 1967 and in 2013 was named “The best place to live in the UK” by The Sunday Times. Famed for its Georgian street scene, Stamford supports an active community. The traditional weekly market continues, whilst the town centre supports a great variety of restaurants, hotels and boutique shops.
    • Well known for its architectural landmarks, including The George of Stamford and Burghley House, amongst others, Stamford also offers a great standard of both state and private education for all age groups. The property is positioned equidistant between all three Stamford Endowed School sites, and half a mile from Stamford railway station. The A1 bypasses Stamford, whilst the town's railway station has hourly services to Peterborough (connecting to London Kings Cross services) and Cambridge on the Midlands Cross Country Birmingham Airport to Stansted Airport line.
    • All distances and travel times are approximate.

    Additional information

    • EPC Rating = E