3 bedroom property for saleAll Saints' Place, Stamford
Guide Price £895,000
- Hall, First Floor Drawing Room
- Study, Sitting Room
- Dining Room
- Breakfast Kitchen
- Utility/Boiler Room, Cellar
- Principal Bedroom, Bathroom
- 2 further Bedrooms, one en suite
- Walled rear garden
- Outside store and WC
Dating from the early 18th Century, No. 2 All Saints' Place is situated opposite All Saints' Church. Built of stone with a Collyweston roof, the accommodation is situated over three floors with a cellar. It has been lovingly restored by the present owners to give good family accommodation, including on the ground floor Reception Hall, Dining Room with a beautiful decorative plaster ceiling, Study, Sitting Room with steps up to the modern, well fitted, Breakfast Kitchen.
On the first floor is the Drawing Room, overlooking the church, the Principal Bedroom and a Bathroom. Stairs rise to the second floor with Bedroom 2 with an En Suite Shower Room and Bedroom 3. Both of these rooms have views over the roof tops of Stamford.
The rear walled private garden is laid mainly to grass with flower beds and mature trees.
The owners do have Residents Parking, further details are available from South Kesteven District Council.
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