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5 bedroom house for sale

Mill Lane, Tinwell

£1,200,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Reception Hall, Breakfast Kitchen
  • Drawing Room. Dining Room
  • Garden Room, Utility Room
  • Principal Bedroom with En Suite
  • Bedroom 2 with En Suite
  • 3 further Bedrooms
  • Bathroom, Shower Room
  • Garage, Store, Gardens
  • 4 Acres of shared mill pond, grassland, tracks

Full description

SITUATION
The Mill is situated in the charming Rutland village of Tinwell which has good local amenities including The Crown Inn and All Saints Church. Tinwell lies approximately 2 miles to the east of the Georgian market town of Stamford which has excellent schools, shops and cultural amenities. Further schooling is available in the nearby market towns of Uppingham, Oakham and Oundle.

Leisure facilities are well catered for in the area with Rutland Water a short distance away providing watersports, fishing, cycling and walking. Golf is available at Burghley Park, Greetham, Rutland County and Luffenham Heath.

The village has good access to the A1 and the A47 linking Peterborough and Leicester, and the A14 trunk road linking Cambridge and the West Midlands. The market towns of Oakham and Uppingham are also within easy reach and the Cathedral City of Peterborough to the east has a mainline station to London Kings Cross taking 50 minutes.

DESCRIPTION
The Mill is a charming former water mill in the village of Tinwell, close to Stamford and all its amenities.

Constructed of stone under a mainly Collyweston roof, the property offers a good level of flexible family accommodation with the added benefit of approximately 4 acres of shared grassland, mill pond and tracks.

As can be seen from the floor plans, the accommodation is arranged over three floors and comprises:

On the Ground floor:
A part glazed door leads to a wide hallway

The Drawing Room features an Inglenook fireplace and exposed stonework with inset leaded glass panels. French doors to terrace on the southern side.

From the Hall a door leads to the bright Garden Room with a lantern roof, French doors to the garden. This room has underfloor heating and fabulous views over the garden.

Also off the Hall is a Sitting Room/Snug with an inset convection fireplace and exposed stonework.

The Kitchen/Breakfast Room features a cream two-oven Aga with an electric two-oven companion with ceramic hob, both with extractor over. There is a range of high and low level units under granite worktops. There is space for an American fridge freezer and an integrated dishwasher.

On the First Floor:
Triple aspect stairs rise to the Principal Bedroom. There is a range of fitted wardrobes and hanging cupboards and the En-Suite area features a large marble wash basin and a free standing cast iron bath. There is a door to a Shower Room with a separate WC.

There are three further Bedrooms on this floor, two with fitted wardrobes and with fitted marble wash hand basins.

There is a family Bathroom with low level wc, bath, bidet and wash hand basin.

There is a separate Shower Room with wc and wash hand basin.

From the first floor landing stairs rise to Bedroom 5 with its En Suite Bathroom with bath, low level WC, bidet and wash hand basin.

Outside:
The Mill is approached via Mill Lane. The track runs alongside the mill pond which is shared with other properties and the gravel drive splits between access to the house and a separate access to the land and stables available by separate negotiation.

The double Garage with light and power and twin up and over doors, is accessed through the former arch. This area is cobbled and provides a useful dry utility area off the Kitchen.
There is a boiler cupboard and a store.

To the rear of the garage is a separate wooden workshop with light and power connected.

The mature gardens to the rear of the property feature fabulous specimen trees and shrubs as well as a Summerhouse and a breeze hut. Part walled and bounded mainly by a high Leylandi hedge, the garden features a terrace off the Drawing Room and a feature pond and stream.


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09 May 2016

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