Property Features

  • Characterful two bedroom cottage
  • South of the river
  • Easy access to Burghley House and Stamford Town / Train Station
  • Down stairs w/c
  • Scope for extention (STPP)
  • In need of some modernisation
  • Courtyard garden with further detached garden area
  • On Street Parking

Barnack Road, Stamford

£350,000 Asking Price Of

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DESCRIPTION Rare opportunity to acquire a most attractive period stone cottage overlooking Burghley Park and within east walking distance of the Town Centre and Train Station. The cottage has been well maintained and offers opportunity for some cosmetic updating and an extension (STPP). The rooms are well proportioned with generous ceiling heights. Enter the front door into the sitting room, which has a lovely bay window making the room lovely and bright. A wood burning stove also adds character. Through the Kitchen where there are plenty of units for storage, and a door to the back lobby/ Utility room with pluming for a washing machine, space for a fridge freezer and access to the downstairs W/C. Climbing the stairs to the landing you gain access to a front double bedroom with fitted wardrobe and a rear single bedroom. There is a separate bathroom with a shower and toilet.

It has a pretty, well stocked cottage garden to the front and a patio to the rear plus an additional sperate rear garden. Enter this via an antique metal garden gate dating from the pre-Victorian era. The rear garden Is laid out with mature fruit trees, herbaceous borders, shrubs, a wooden shed and a small wildlife pond.