Vine House, 21 Main Street, Yarwell
- Late 18th century stone property with Collyweston slate roof
- 2015 extension comprising; open-plan kitchen-living-diner
- Separate drawing room and dining room
- Flexible living accommodation with an array of period features
- Cellar, boot room, utility room, WC, snug, gym
- Principal suite with bespoke built in wardrobes and ensuite
- Double bedroom with built in storage and ensuite
- A further 3 double bedrooms and family bathroom
- Gravel drive with ample off road parking and garaging
- Approx. 6.5 acres with tennis court, summer house, stable and tack room
The attractive village of Yarwell is set in the scenic countryside of the Nene Valley. Within the village there are many stone built houses and it currently benefits from a parish church and a public house.
Communications in the area are excellent with the A47 nearby connecting Leicester to the west and Peterborough to the east, where the mainline rail service to London Kings Cross takes less than an hour. The A14 dual carriageway provides access east and west and the A1 access north and south.
The nearby historic market towns of Stamford and Oundle have weekly markets and good shopping facilities.
Recreational facilities in the area are well catered for with Rutland Water to the north providing sailing, fishing, scenic walks and a cycle route. There are golf courses at Burghley Park, Elton and Luffenham Heath.
Education in the area is excellent with renowned schools in Oundle, Oakham, Uppingham, Stamford and Peterborough.
Vine House is a beautiful, late 18th century family home that is unlisted. Built of stone with Collyweston slate roof, the current vendors lovingly restored the property over 8 years, installing underfloor heating to the kitchen-living-dining area and updating all the electrics and plumbing throughout. To the front of the property are double glazed, sash windows and cast iron radiators established on the ground floor.
Vine House is entered via the red, tiled porch. Light through the glass panelled doors contributes to a bright, wide reception hall. Immediately at your feet is access to a large cellar. To the left of the reception hall is the drawing room with log burner focal point, built in storage either side of the fireplace and large understairs cupboard. Original shutters adorn the windows which enjoy front aspect over the garden. Opposite the drawing room is the dining room, again with feature fireplace, original shutters and views across the front. As the hallway of stone effect porcelain tiles draws you further into the property, there is a boot room to the right with bespoke, built-in storage.
Through double glass doors, is the stunning kitchen-living-dining area complete with lantern roof and French doors onto the dining terrace with views across the rear garden and grounds. Truly the heart of the home, the open plan layout offers a delightfully social environment between the sitting room and the kitchen, ideal for entertaining. Exposed beams and stone walls combined with engineered oak wooden flooring and floor to ceiling windows provides a perfect blend of period and modern features. The focal point of the sitting room is the beautiful, brick fireplace with log burner and in the 2014/2015 extension, the kitchen is a bespoke installation by a local builder, whose work features predominantly throughout the family home. Comprising; central island with incorporated sink and plug sockets, Insinkerator waste disposal, space for a range style cooker and other integrated appliances the ingenuity of the kitchen design provides ample storage and preparation space.
The East wing on the ground floor has an array of period features from exposed beams to the original stove and bread oven located in the snug. There is a downstairs WC and useful utility room with built in storage and Belfast sink.
The vaulted barn conversion completes the ground floor accommodation with panoramic window with views over the tennis court. Side double doors lead to the formal lawn and there is a large storage room with plumbing to install a WC, offering potential to become an annexe.
Stairs arise under a semi-lantern roof, flooding the reception hall and landing with natural light. To the front of the property is the Principal suite with dual aspect and bespoke built in wardrobes. The ensuite features a double sized, rain head shower. A further double bedroom with ensuite shower room and built in storage enjoys front aspect views across the landscaped garden.
Passing the linen cupboard, along the hallway are two double bedrooms separated by a large family bathroom with roll top bath and large shower. At the end of the wing, with vaulted ceiling and views across the rear grounds, is a double bedroom completing the first floor accommodation of this delightful family home.
Vine House is set back from the road by a large gravel driveway and landscaped front garden. To the right of the property is a double garage with storage and a side gate to the rear grounds.
Entering through the side gate you pass a useful woodstore. The pathway opens out onto a raised dining terrace of Indian sandstone and Italian style, box hedging parterre. Stone steps lead down to the formal lawn bordered by mature flowers beds and established Portuguese laurel.
To the left hand side, a brick pathway aligned with lavender and climbing roses, meanders down the formal garden. The path leads to a seating area that enjoys the morning sunshine and a large, enclosed, tennis court. Sweeping round to the bottom of the formal lawn is the summer house complete with cold water sink and fridge, behind which is the Scott’s stable and tack room. There is a further seating area benefitting from the evening sun.
Through the walled garden are three paddocks with feeding water troughs and gated access to the main road. There is also room for an array of equestrian vehicles next to the paddocks. Beyond the paddocks is rolling countryside with easy access to great riding country in the area.
Mains water, electricity and drainage are connected. Oil central heating. None of the services have been tested by the agents.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS
Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others, such as curtains, light fitting and garden ornaments are specifically excluded but may be available by separate negotiation.
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From Stamford take the southbound carriageway of the A1 exiting signposted Wansford. At the roundabout turn right and then first left into Wansford. At the crossroad turn right, then first left signposted Yarwell. On entering Yarwell take the first turning left onto Main Street Vine House is on the left hand side.
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Vine House, 21 Main Street, Yarwell
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- Stamford Station6.0 miles
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