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5 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
5 bedroom detached house for sale 14 1200000James Sellicks Estate Agents, Oakhamrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

A stunning village home that has been significantly extended and renovated throughout to create an open plan, modern space, sitting on a marvellous plot overlooking its own land with beautiful countryside views beyond.

Ground Floor - Enter the property into a light and contemporary vaulted entrance hall with oak stairs rising to the first floor and doors to the ground floor accommodation. Oak and glazed double doors lead you into a wonderful open plan living kitchen that has two sets of bi-fold doors opening out onto the patio and garden beyond. The kitchen area comprises a comprehensive range of floor-standing and wall mounted units, eye level double ovens, integrated dishwasher, sink with mixer tap, space for an American style fridge freezer and a large island with an integrated microwave, induction hob and extractor fan that rises out of the island. This contemporary and flexible space really takes advantage of the property's orientation and fantastic views over the garden and countryside beyond. There is also a door from the kitchen out to a covered walk way leading to the utility room.

The well-proportioned formal sitting room has a contemporary log burner and a set of bi-fold doors allowing flow straight out to the patio and garden. A further reception room sits to the front of the property with a large window overlooking the driveway and is currently being used as a snug/music room. The ground floor is completed by a study/home office and a downstairs WC which doubles up as a boot room/boiler room.

First Floor - To the first floor a galleried landing with an oak and glazed balustrade looks back down to the entrance hall. The master bedroom is the centrepiece of the first-floor accommodation with its superb proportion, vaulted ceiling, large picture windows, an en-suite bathroom and double doors to a Juliet balcony providing the most glorious views over the garden and valley. There are a further four bedrooms three of which, like most rooms in the property, offer fantastic views. Bedroom three has a vaulted ceiling, an ensuite shower room and a mezzanine level accessed by a fitted ladder. The remaining bedrooms are served by a family bathroom.

Outside - To the outside the property has ample parking on the gravelled driveway providing access to a double garage that sits to the left and a pedestrian hand gate to the right gives access to the rear.

Complementing an already wonderful house the beautifully manicured, mature garden flows directly off the property with bespoke landscapes, seating areas and terraces that are orientated to take advantage of the views, a wide variety of mature flowers, shrubs and specimen trees, a small pond and large lawned areas. There is a greenhouse and raised vegetable beds and the garden is walled, hedged and fenced on all sides.

This remarkable home sitting in a quiet corner of this very sought-after Rutland village is a rare visitor to the open market and must be viewed to be appreciated. During their tenure, the current owners have created a very special property.

Location - Wing is a much sought-after Rutland village based south of Rutland Water, four miles from Oakham and three miles from Uppingham. The King Arms, the local public house, is a well-known and much-loved pub and restaurant with a great reputation throughout Rutland and beyond. Wing also offers a popular farm shop comprising a restaurant/tea room and provides a comprehensive range of local farm produce, fine wine and every day essentials. There is a good bus service to all local market towns and great road links to Leicester, Stamford and Peterborough.

Directional Note - From Oakham take the Uppingham Road (A6003), passing under a bridge and climbing the hill. At the top of the hill take the left turn sign posted to Manton. On entering Manton take the first turning on the right onto Wing Road. Continue on this road until you enter the village of Wing on Top Street. Take a left down Church Street opposite the church and you will find Lyndon View straight ahead just before the bend.

Services & Council Tax - The property is offered to the market with all mains services and oil-fired central heating with underfloor heating to the majority of the ground floor with the exception of the sitting room and office and electric underfloor heating in the master en-suite. Council Tax Band G.

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3 Bedroom House For Sale
3 bedroom house for sale 17 375000Digby & Finch, Stamfordrightmove

A charming Edwardian Cottage carefully extended to provide beautifully appointed accommodation arranged over two floors.

The property is located within a delightful village setting, down a pathway with far reaching views over the rolling Rutland countryside. A traditional oak framed carport is situated to the side of the cottages providing a covered parking area.

Ground Floor - The central entrance hall is flanked by two delightful reception rooms with period detailing and oak flooring throughout. To the left is a well-proportioned sitting room with excellent ceiling height and an attractive fireplace housing a gas flame fire, providing a cosy focal point to the room. French doors open into a delightful garden room and in turn onto the rear garden; offering the most delightful views across the countryside beyond. A dining room is on the opposite side of the entrance hall with original cast fireplace and an open grate.

The kitchen has an extensive range of wall and floor standing cabinets along with a gas hob, electric oven, large refrigerator and freezer. The rear door gives access to a terrace area, outbuilding and garden beyond.

First Floor - Stairs rise to the first floor where three bedrooms and a family bathroom can be found.

The master bedroom is triple aspect, flooded with natural light and gives lovely views to the rear. A range of bespoke built-in wardrobes provide extensive storage space with both hanging and shelving solutions.

The guest bedroom is a generous sized room with views to the front of the property. The third bedroom, a good sized single, is currently used as a study.

The family bathroom is very spacious, having a paneled bath positioned to enjoy the delightful countryside views, a wash hand vanity basin with built-in storage cupboards, WC and shower.

Outside - The property sits behind a dry stone wall with herbaceous borders and paved slate pathways. To the rear of the property is an enclosed garden (**see agent's notes) with raised terrace area and retaining wall. The lawn is bordered by mature shrubs and plants providing a very charming outside space with fine views over open farmland.

There is an oak framed carport situated at the end of the cottages, providing parking for the property, and there is ample roadside parking for guests or visitors.

Local Amenities - Wing village is very picturesque and despite being nestled away amongst the rolling Rutland landscape, the village is ideally positioned just under 4 miles from Uppingham and 5 miles from Oakham, the county town. The village itself has a welcoming community spirit with various events regularly taking place. However, many local residents make use of the nearby market towns of Uppingham and Oakham for their wonderful and varied range of independent shops, boutiques, cafes, pubs, opticians, doctors and chemists - as well as the hugely popular weekly markets that take place in both towns' historic market squares.

In the village, Wing Hall Farm and Village Shop supplies a wonderful range of delicious home made treats, meats and eats - as well as fruit, veg, dairy goods and beverages. The King's Arms pub is very well supported both locally and with returning visitors to the area for fantastic food, drinks and a warm welcome.

With so many beautiful walks, cycle routes, bridleways and
footpaths all around from energetic hikes to gentle evening strolls, you'll be able to work up your appetite to enjoy the fine gastronomical delights the pubs, cafes and restaurants Rutland has to offer!

Local state primary and secondary schools are also to be found in Uppingham and Oakham with alternative local independent schools including Uppingham School, Oakham School, Oundle School and Stamford Endowed Schools all offering co-education for a range of ages with boarding facilities.

Services - Mains Water, electricity and drainage are understood to be
connected. The property has propane gas fired central heating. (None of these services or appliances have been tested by the agents).

Local Authority - South Kesteven District Council

Fixtures & Fittings - Every effort has been made to omit any fixtures belonging to the Vendor in the description of the property and the property is sold subject to the Vendor's right to the removal of, or payment for, as the case may be, any such fittings, etc. whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

Tenure - Freehold. For Sale by Private Treaty.

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through Digby & Finch.

Pans & Agents Notes - The site and floor plans forming part of these sale particulars are for identification purposes only. All relevant details should be legally checked as appropriate. **Please note the adjoining property has right of way over the rear garden**


4 Bedroom House For Sale
4 bedroom house for sale 18 650000Digby & Finch, Stamfordrightmove

A former converted Threshing Mill set within the charming Rutland village of Morcott.

The Property - Built of local mellow stone under a clay pantile roof, this delightful property offers well proportioned accommodation along with attractive walled gardens and a range of useful outbuildings.

To the front of the property sits a further lawn garden with mature hedges and a shingle driveway leading to a double garage.

Ground Floor - The entrance hall has quarry tiled flooring and an integral door to the double garage.

An inner hallway gives access to all the ground floor accommodation and has a door opening onto the rear terrace.

The beautiful sitting room has a vaulted ceiling and retains some of the original features of its former use as a mill. A large Inglenook fireplace houses a wood burning stove giving a wonderful focal point to the room. Natural light floods this peaceful space with windows on three aspects and French doors opening onto a sheltered stone terrace. An open staircase leads up to a small mezzanine area; a wonderful feature plus a perfect place to sit and read or simply relax.

Next door is the dining room with exposed timbers and stonework. Again, this room is dual aspect with fabulous light and very pleasant views over the gardens.

The breakfast kitchen offers an extensive range of wall and floor standing cabinets along with a useful breakfast bar. For cooking, a two oven Aga is complemented by a gas four-ring hob and an electric multi-function Bosch oven.

Across the hallway is a wc and a recently refitted utility room offering excellent storage space along with space for white goods. A glazed door provides access to the rear garden.

The study/snug is situated at the rear of the hallway, away from the general hub of the house. With windows overlooking the rear garden, this room is ideal for studying or working from home.

First Floor - Stairs rise to a first floor landing area where four generous bedrooms can be found.

The master bedroom has an extensive range of inbuilt wardrobes and very attractive views over a beautiful walled garden. An en suite shower room has a vanity sink with storage cupboards beneath, a shower, wc and heated towel rail.

There are two further large double bedrooms, both of which have inbuilt wardrobes. The fourth bedroom completes the bedroom space and enjoys views over the front of the property.

A very large, half tiled, family bathroom offers a Villeroy and Bosh suite to include a bath, separate shower area, sink, wc and bidet.

Grounds & Gardens - To the front of the property is a lawn garden enclosed by a mature hedge, along with a wide shingle driveway leading to a double integral garage with electric door.

To the rear of the property is an enclosed walled garden with lawn areas, mature shrubbery, several seating areas plus a BBQ area.

A range of outbuildings runs along the rear of the garden, currently used as a wood store, storage barn and large workshop.** There is heating, power, light and a water supply.

Local Amenities - Morcott is a popular Rutland village with a strong vibrant community. There are two petrol stations nearby on the A47 with convenience shops attached. The local market towns of Uppingham, Oakham & Stamford provide excellent local amenities and shops. Primary and Secondary schools are in close proximity, state secondary schools achieving good or outstanding in their latest OFSTED reports, and private schools offering single-sex, mixed and boarding opportunities. Mainline trains into London can be reached from Peterborough, Leicester, Corby and Kettering.

Services - Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are understood to be connected. There is oil fired central heating. None of the services or appliances have been tested by the agent.

Fixtures & Fittings - Every effort has been made to omit any fixtures belonging to the Vendor in the description of the property and the property is sold subject to the Vendor's right to the removal of, or payment for, as the case may be, any such fittings, etc. whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

Local Authority - Rutland County Council

Possession - Vacant possession upon completion.

Viewing - Strictly by appointment through Digby & Finch.

Plans - The site and floor plans forming part of these sale particulars are for identification purposes only. All relevant details should be legally checked as appropriate.

** A covenant stipulates that the outbuildings cannot be utilised as annex accommodation.


4 Bedroom Detached House For Sale
4 bedroom detached house for sale 17 650000Humberts, Stamfordrightmove

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
A former converted Threshing Mill set within the charming Rutland village of Morcott.

Built of local mellow stone under a clay pantile roof, this delightful property offers well proportioned accommodation along with attractive walled gardens and a range of useful outbuildings.

To the front of the property sits a further lawn garden with mature hedges and a shingle driveway leading to a double garage.

Ground Floor
The entrance hall has quarry tiled flooring and an integral door to the double garage.

An inner hallway gives access to all the ground floor accommodation and has a door opening onto the rear terrace.

The beautiful sitting room has a vaulted ceiling and retains some of the original features of its former use as a mill. A large Inglenook fireplace houses a wood burning stove giving a wonderful focal point to the room. Natural light floods this peaceful space with windows on three aspects and French doors opening onto a sheltered stone terrace. An open staircase leads up to a small mezzanine area; a wonderful feature plus a perfect place to sit and read or simply relax.

Next door is the dining room with exposed timbers and stonework. Again, this room is dual aspect with fabulous light and very pleasant views over the gardens.

The breakfast kitchen offers an extensive range of wall and floor standing cabinets along with a useful breakfast bar. For cooking, a two oven Aga is complemented by a gas four-ring hob and an electric multi-function Bosch oven.

Across the hallway is a wc and a recently refitted utility room offering excellent storage space along with space for white goods. A glazed door provides access to the rear garden.

The study/snug is situated at the rear of the hallway, away from the general hub of the house. With windows overlooking the rear garden, this room is ideal for studying or working from home.

First Floor
Stairs rise to a first floor landing area where four generous bedrooms can be found.

The master bedroom has an extensive range of inbuilt wardrobes and very attractive views over a beautiful walled garden. An en suite shower room has a vanity sink with storage cupboards beneath, a shower, wc and heated towel rail.

There are two further large double bedrooms, both of which have inbuilt wardrobes. The fourth bedroom completes the bedroom space and enjoys views over the front of the property.

A very large, half tiled, family bathroom offers a Villeroy and Bosh suite to include a bath, separate shower area, sink, wc and bidet.

Grounds & Gardens

To the front of the property is a lawn garden enclosed by a mature hedge, along with a wide shingle driveway leading to a double integral garage with electric door.

To the rear of the property is an enclosed walled garden with lawn areas, mature shrubbery, several seating areas plus a BBQ area.

A range of outbuildings runs along the rear of the garden, currently used as a wood store, storage barn and large workshop.** There is heating, power, light and a water supply.

Local Amenities
Morcott is a popular Rutland village with a strong vibrant community. There are two petrol stations nearby on the A47 with convenience shops attached. The local market towns of Uppingham, Oakham & Stamford provide excellent local amenities and shops. Primary and Secondary schools are in close proximity, state secondary schools achieving good or outstanding in their latest OFSTED reports, and private schools offering single-sex, mixed and boarding opportunities. Mainline trains into London can be reached from Peterborough, Leicester, Corby and Kettering.

Services
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are understood to be connected. There is oil fired central heating. None of the services or appliances have been tested by the agent.

Fixtures & Fittings
Every effort has been made to omit any fixtures belonging to the Vendor in the description of the property and the property is sold subject to the Vendor's right to the removal of, or payment for, as the case may be, any such fittings, etc. whether mentioned in these particulars or not.

Local Authority
Rutland County Council

Tenure
Freehold for sale by private treaty.

Possession
Vacant possession upon completion.

Viewing
Strictly by appointment through Humberts. (Stamford Office) Telephone: .

Plans
The site and floor plans forming part of these sale particulars are for identification purposes only. All relevant details should be legally checked as appropriate.

** A covenant stipulates that the outbuildings cannot be utilised as annex accommodation.


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