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High Street, Braunston, Oakham, Rutland, LE15

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Added on 04/05/2022
Savills, Stamford







3,962-5,380 sq. ft.

(368-500 sq. m.)

Key features

  • A striking ironstone house with high degree of privacy
  • Within 3.5 acres of mature gardens and grounds
  • In an attractive Rutland village setting
  • With potential ancillary buildings (subject to consents)
  • Oakham 2.5 miles; Uppingham 5 miles; Stamford 13 miles

Property description

An attractive ironstone period house, with stable and thatched garage buildings and fabulous gardens, with paddock, of over 3.5 acres, in a Conservation Village between Oakham and Uppingham


An attractive ironstone and collyweston grade II listed village house, High House occupies a prominent setting in the centre of the village, with the prettiest of ironstone and thatched garages, which resembles a cottage from the street scene. With gardens and adjoining paddocks of 3.54 acres, or thereabouts, to the west of the house, with southerly aspect, there are access rights along a farm track that adjoins the northern garden boundary.

The early 18th century detached house combines period features, with the era’s grace, proportions and charm, charm and incorporates exposed beams, wood and flagstone floors, mullioned lead-light windows and a spacious feel.

The accommodation is laid out with two distinct wings, with a wide stone flagged entrance hallway linking the two. There are three formal reception rooms that line the south-west face, all with solid wood floors. The 25’ drawing room is dual-aspect, with wood burning stove and French doors to the garden. The dining room, with raised hood fireplace, and sitting room, with wood burner and French doors to the garden, adjoin one another. Across the hallway from the reception rooms lie a study, cloakroom and the kitchen, with pantry, and an adjoining utility and boot room.

There are five generous double bedrooms at first floor, with a sixth attic bedroom, currently furnished as a second study, at second floor level. The principal bedroom has an en suite bathroom, with a full suite family bathroom serving the other bedrooms.

A gated gravel driveway entrance lies between the garage and stable buildings, at the southern end of the property. It leads to a turning sweep at the double garage, with its adjoining workshop. The parking is framed to the south by a stone building with four stables. Whilst there are no consents, having taken advice, these outbuildings are thought by the sellers to offer potential for ancillary uses, subject to listed consents.

The gardens lie to the west side of the house. On the edge of the village and bordering open countryside, their include lawns, a meadow, spinney and stream. Offering a north-westerly and south-westerly aspect, and are designed in a park-like style with mature trees and sweeping lawns, framed by beautifully planted borders, and is a 'nature lovers' paradise with hardy native wild orchids and rare birds visiting. A stone flagged terrace is close to the house for entertaining, whilst an extensive kitchen garden lies close to the north east boundary. There are access rights to the paddock along the farm track which runs along the northern boundary.

The paddock will be subject to a covenant precluding residential development (not to preclude ancillary structures or uses). Further details of which can be sought from the selling agents. The property extends to 3.54 acres, or thereabouts, in total.


Braunston-in-Rutland is an attractive Conservation Village within rolling countryside, between the market towns of Oakham (two and a half miles) and Uppingham (five miles), with The Blue Ball country pub & kitchen and 12th Century All Saints Church, with the remains of medieval wall paintings.

Oakham, Uppingham and Stamford (13 miles) all offer renowned schooling and excellent day to day facilities and shopping, whilst Oakham railway station also has services to Leicester, Stamford, Peterborough and Cambridge.

Rutland Water lies just to the east of Oakham, with sailing and fishing clubs, along with picturesque walks and cycle routes, whilst the area’s rural lanes and footpaths around the village offer fabulous cycling and walking opportunities and, for golfers, there are several courses within a 10 mile radius, including Luffenham Heath.

Square Footage: 3,962 sq ft

Acreage: 3.5 Acres


Web Details

High Street, Braunston, Oakham, Rutland, LE15


Distances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
  • Oakham Station2.0 miles
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