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High Street, Colsterworth

Property Features

  • 3 Spacious Bedrooms
  • Character Cottage
  • Picturesque Courtyard Garden
  • Recently Updated Throughout
  • Great Location
  • New Kitchen
£975 pcm
To Let
Oakham
  • Ref: 14931
  • Type: Mid Terraced House
  • Availability: To Let
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Reception Rooms: 1

Property Summary

In the picturesque Lincolnshire village of Colsterworth, nestled to the north-west of the thriving market town of Stamford, is this pretty stone cottage which has been updated throughout offering 3 good sized bedrooms, a courtyard garden and modern kitchen & bathroom.

Full Details

A generous hallway welcomes you, with space for coat storage and an exposed stone cubby hole to the right continuing the character of this cottage. To the left is a good sized lounge area with a pair of sash windows to the front with bench seating in the window alcoves and a feature fireplace. To the rear is the large open plan kitchen, modern in design offering integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher and single oven with induction hob. The room has plenty of space for a dining table and chairs with door access to the rear courtyard.

Moving upstairs there are 3 good sized bedrooms. The master to the front is a large double room with the benefit of fitted wardrobes built in to the side of the chimney breast. Bed 2 & 3 are also great sized rooms and all share the family bathroom which has been recently updated offering a bath with shower over with floor to ceiling tiles, pedestal basin & W/C. The doors have all been upgraded to solid wood boasting a quality finish to the home.

Externally to the rear is a courtyard garden with quirky steps up to a raised level to capture the evening sun.

The village of Colsterworth has an excellent range of local amenities including The White Lion pub, providing food, ales, and wines There is also a Co-op store, a post office, a primary school, a doctor's surgery, and a smaller convenience store. Other facilities include a sports and social club, a village hall and a youth centre with a nursery. The neighbouring hamlet of Woolsthorpe-by- Colsterworth is best known for Woolsthorpe Manor, home of Sir Isaac Newton. The Manor is now in the care of the National Trust where you can learn of his childhood in the manor.

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