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3 bedroom ground floor flat for sale

Stocken Hall, Oakham, Rutland, LE15

Sold STC £290,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Large Sash Windows
  • Three double bedrooms
  • En-Suite
  • Share of freehold
  • Large dining kitchen
  • Parking and attractive shared grounds
  • Excellent Transport links to London
  • Mainly carpeted
  • Good-sized rooms
  • Country

Full description

Tenure: Share of Freehold

FULL DESCRIPTION
A private road leads to a gravel drive sweeping down to the impressive frontage of Stocken Hall and its 4 acres of communal grounds. Stocken Hall is a Grade II* listed Manor House, which was built in the seventeenth century and its imposing Georgian façade has been well maintained since the hall was renovated and converted just over sixteen years ago. There are now eleven properties within the Historic Hall and its grounds; each is unique and The Arches is the largest of the apartments created. This 3 bedroom apartment measures 2839 sq ft. It occupies an enviable position on the ground floor at the front of the main Hall with views out from the impressive south-facing façade and it retains many original features from the early era of the Hall; from magnificent high ceilings to tall casement sash windows, working shutters and many decorative wall and ceiling mouldings. This apartment also has the benefit of retaining the property's extensive cellars. The centre-piece of the property is undoubtebly the splendid drawing room, which along with the well-equipped kitchen breakfast room and three pleasant bedrooms, make it a stunning and unique home in an impressive country setting.
Located in the county of Rutland, the property is in close proximity to four charming and prosperous market towns which are also home to schools of high distinction for both boys and girls: Oakham, Stamford, Uppingham and Oundle. Conveniently situated within a short distance of the A1 leading North/South, Stocken Hall is eight miles from Stamford Rail Station which offers a direct service to Stansted Airport and to London Kings Cross in 45 minutes via Peterborough. The property is also within a short drive to a selection of gastro pubs including the Olive Branch at Clipsham and Hambleton Hall which are both Michelin star restaurants; as well as outdoor pursuits including Rutland Water, famed for cycling paths and outdoor sports, and the Greetham Valley Golf Course is nearby, too.
Entrance hall
The property's main front door, with intercom system, opens into a large, high entrance hall, off which is the internal private entrance to The Arches. This opens into the Drawing room.

Drawing Room - 30' 3'' x 23' 2'' (9.22m x 7.06m)
A stunning room, which is believed to be the largest of the Hall's seventeenth century rooms, possibly the original dining room. It is still a very impressive reception space in its huge scale and with its grand, high ceiling. The many seating areas are flooded with light from three tall casement sash windows which all have working shutters and window seats. The room is south-facing, overlooking the decorative pond and water feature in the front grounds and it enjoys sunshine throughout much of the day. As well as the lovely original windows there are other decorative features such as wall and ceiling mouldings. The fireplace has a stone hearth and painted surround and the room is carpeted in cream. An original six-panelled painted door leads to the Inner Hall.

Inner Hall
A spacious area leading to the kitchen and bedrooms which has an arched ceiling detail and plenty of space for wall storage or to display books in the fitted bookcase. It has been recently recarpeted in cream. There is a large built-in cupboard next to one of the bedrooms and stairs lead down from the hall to the cellar.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 25' x 10' (7.62m x 3.05m)
A pleasant, spacious room situated at the back of the Hall with views directly onto a peaceful area of the communal gardens. The high ceiling and the stone mouldings which create a feature wall are a reminder of the Hall's history. The working end of the kitchen is well-equipped with a range of wall and base units with a pale granite work-surface, 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap, a dishwasher, space for a free standing electric oven and an American-style fridge/freezer and plumbing fora washing machine. The boiler was fitted approximately three yearsa ago and is housed in the kitchen and the seating area has plenty of space for table and chairs. Vinyl flooring runs throughout.

MASTER BEDROOM - 20' x 14' (6.1m x 4.27m)
A peaceful and secluded room at the side of the Hall, this has two lovely casement sash windows with deep sills and shutters. Cream carpet.

BATHROOM ONE
Situated next to the master-bedroom, this has a white suite comprising bath with mixer tap and hand-held shower attachment, vanity unit with hand basin and a WC. Heated towel rail and shaving point.

BEDROOM THREE - 15' x 11' (4.57m x 3.35)
A lovely guest room is located at the side of the Hall and has views over parkland from two high casement sash windows both with deep sills and working shutters. Cream carpet.

BATHROOM TWO
Adjacent to the guest bedroom this has a white suite comprising bath with mixer tap and hand-held shower attachment, handbasin and WC. Vinyl floor and heated towel rail.

BEDROOM TWO - 14' 3'' x 10'1 (4.34 x 3.07)
Another double bedroom with large fitted wardrobe, with pleasant views of parkland with one high casement sash window with deep sills and shutters. Cream carpet.
En-suite
With basin, WC, electric shower, heated towel rail and tiled floor.

WINE CELLAR - 21' 9'' x 11' (6.63m x 3.35m)
Stone steps lead from the Inner Hall to the property's original cellars. These are magnificent areas with high arched ceilings and stone flagged floors. The two rooms run off each other, connected by a wide wooden door, believed to the original. Perfect for a serious wine buff, or with possible potential to convert to a games room or other additional living space (subject to survey and planning consent).

Basement - 21' 9'' x 13' 5'' (6.63m x 4.09m)

COMMUNAL GARDENS & PARKING
The property has manicured lawns set around the main hall and adjacent houses which are maintained by a team of gardeners. Beyond the immediate grounds the house is surrounded by parkland and open grazing and there are many walks leading from here through the local countryside. Car parking for two cars per residence is adjacent to the front of the house and at the back of the Hall.

Other features:

Security system
Gas central heating
High ceilings
Period fireplace
Driveway
Fields
Lawn
Rural

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
13 July 2016

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