Beautiful Georgian town house, beautifully renovated and extended with garage and parking
Set in a fabulous position a stones throw from town this is town living at its best. With an abundance of period features from stone gargoyles, an 8ft 13th century pier and part of a wall-arcade, to curved French doors, oak beams and doors, inglenook fireplaces and a boot scape. The history of this Grade II listed house is magnificant, in the oppulent medeival era the house was part of one hall house that covered most of the street. The entrance hall is light and airy with a view through to the garden, the sitting and dining room at 23 ft is a great entertaining space with a large inglenoook fireplace and beautiful arched doors to the garden terrace. The sitting room has a large inglenook fireplace and exposed stone walls. You wont be disappointed with the kitchen, it is quite break taking, vaulted with a mezzanine level study/library. The kitchen has modern artistic finishes and the room feels like a work of art in itself. There is also a shower room on the ground floor. On the first floor there are 3 equally charming double bedrooms and a family bathroom, bedrooms 4 and 5 are on the second floor
The garden is the second masterpiece at Conduit House. A walled garden is on many peoples tick list, this one would make the perfect garden party venue. Thoughtfully landscaped with lawn, flower beds and a terrace with fireplace. When you are sitting in this beautiful walled garden its hard to imagine that you are in the buzz of town. Unusually for Stamford there is a large garage and a parking space.
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. Stamford School is next door but one. 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, continue along this road to the Tjuncton, turn right and then immediatley left into Red Lion Street, along Broad Street, into Star Lane and then St Pauls Street will be on the leff, Conduit House is on the left.Read all
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