A centrally positioned Listed town house within Stamford's Conservation Area, conveniently placed for access to the town's centre, its schools and railway station and Meadows for walks.
THE OLD SALUTATION
This attractive double fronted three-storey Grade II listed townhouse was, for about 70 years, a public house. It dates from circa 1776 and retains great character and period charm, with high ceilings and large windows and with a private walled rear courtyard garden.
The front door enters into the dual-aspect, wood floored dining kitchen with fitted suite and built-in appliances. The rear living room has external access to the garden, as well as to a utility and cloakroom. Stairs descend from the kitchen to a basement study, which has potential for a fourth bedroom or play room.
The first floor sitting room is lovely with attractive street scene views. Bedroom two adjoins the family bathroom, whilst the en suite principal bedroom and third bedroom are at second floor level.
The owners benefit from the annual lease of a car parking space within the adjoining Masonic Centre's car park. This was inherited from the previous owner and the sellers have been advised the Centre would be prepared to continue this agreement, should the new buyer wish to do so.
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With a pretty street scene setting and appearance, this property is so convenient for the town's shops and facilities, its railway station and schools. The use of the adjoining parking space is also a great benefit, whilst I like the layout, the character and the proportions of the property's accommodation.Nina Armstrong