Timeless style combined with modern living in this stunningly renovated Grade 11 listed home
As soon as you walk through the front door into the capacious entrance hall of the Old Book Shop the luxurious finish and exceptional craftsmanship seen throughout the house will impress. The kitchen dining room is perfect for even a professional chef with its Plain English individually designed kitchen, entertaining at the Old Book Shop couldnt be easier. The French doors open so that in the summer the garden is simply an extension to this fantastic room. There is a good utility room, cloakroom and extensive cellars for the discerning wine buff. The sitting room with its charming views and fireplace ready for you to put in a woodburner is the perfect place to relax. On the first floor there is a magnificant vaulted master bedroom, worthy of the finest boutique hotel, the en suite shower room subtley hidden for privacy. There are three more bedrooms and a large family bathroom with separate shower and bath.
The walled garden is completely private and sheltered, it is perfect for entertaining throughout the year.
With the convenience of town immediately on your doorstep, you are spoilt for choice of where to eat and shop, M&S is steps away. Stamford has a wonderful collection of shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs, wine bars, theatre, cinema, churches, this really couldnt be a more convenient place to live. Stamford is beautiful to walk around, the buildings are beautiful, there are the water meadows where there are regular community events, food festivals, antiques fairs to mention a few. Burghley House, more popular in this weather than ever with its garden of surprises to cool down in, is on the doorstep and hosts events throughout the year. There really is never a dull moment in Stamford, its easy to see why it is regularly in the top 5 places to live in the country. The schools in Stamford are highly regarded, and there are the Grammar Schools in Bourne and Grantham. Commuting couldnt be easier, its a 7 to 10 minute walk to the station.
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, into St Peters Street, right into Sheep Market. At the T-junction turn right into St Mary's Street, the road bends to the right but continue straight on into St Mary's Street. At the Arts Centre turn right and immediately left into St George's Street. The Old Book Shop will be found on the right.Read all
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