Beautifully revived in the pursuit of perfection, a Grade 11 Listed handsome stone townhouse
There is a very good reason that this house was chosen to film Middlemarch, it is totally unspoilt in a charming cobbled street in the heart of Stamford's conservation area. You couldn't ask for a quieter location in a town. As soon as you walk through the door relax and enjoy the calming and seriously stylish interiors that continue throughout. With light accommodation, perfect for modern living and entertaining. The kitchen is a work of art with a Smallbone of Devizes kitchen which will make you the envy of your friends. From the kitchen there are steps down to the dining room which has a fireplace with woodburner that opens to the dining and sitting room. The sitting room has two areas within, one section for sofas around the woodburner and at the other end of the room a reading area with french doors to the garden. There is a good utility room and cloakroom on the ground floor. On the first floor there are three bedrooms. The largest bedroom has a jack and jill bathroom which has a rolltop bath, separate shower and the most wonderful window overlooking the garden, this can also be used by bedroom three. On the second floor there is a bedroom suite with luxurious bathroom and dressing area, the views across the rooftop of the town from this room are mesmerising.
Think Chelsea comes to Stamford and wins a Gold medal. Beautifully landscaped terrace garden, perfect to relax and entertain in. A splendid selection of shrubs and plants, the garden is west facing and wonderfully sunny. With brick built building for storage. Rare for Stamford there is a large gararge and parking space
Kings Mill Lane is such a peaceful place to be with little passing traffic, there is the obvious rush hour in the morning with people walking their dogs to the meadows literally minutes away. Cobbled streets, mellow stone building and old gas lamps for street lights make this such a charming location. Just around the corner is a traditional old bakery fired by coal fires so 3 mornings a week you can roll out of bed and collect a freshly baked croissant. Waitrose is your local shop, a mere 5 minute walk. A few minutes walk to town with its wonderful collection of shops, restaurants, wine bars, cafe's, churches and the bus station this really couldnt be a more convenient place to live. Entertainment is first class with a theatre and cinema, sporting facitilites are excellent, with tennis, football, cricket clubs, gyms, golf courses and swimming pool. Every Friday there is a market in Broad Street. Schooling locally is first class, The Stamford Endowed Schools are all within walking distance. Stamford was voted the best town to live in 2013, it was voted second in the Best of the Best in The Sunday Times 2017.
Commuting couldnt be easier, its a 7 to 10 minute walk across the meadows to the Railway Station where you can get trains to London and Cambridge, via Peterborough and Brimingham. Kings Mill Lane is within the St Peters Community catchment, a very sociable neighbourly group which have social functions throughout the year including carols on the green, bulb planting, a summer BBQ and talks from local people. Communications are excellent, the Al giving access to the north and south is close by and can be quickly accessed along the Tinwell Road avoiding the town centre traffic.
From Strutt and Parkers offices on Tinwell Road, head towards town on the Tinwell Road, at the mini roundabout take the second exit onto Rutland Terrace, continue along this road, then turn right into Austin Street at the crossroads Kings Mill Lane is on the right and Number Three is immediately on the right.Read all
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