A magnificent Victorian terrace, beautifully presented, with fabulous accommodation, south facing garden and private parking, near the centre of Stamford
29 St. Leonard Street is a fine, double-fronted period house, located in a desirable position on the edge of Stamford town centre. The property features a combination of period details and modern styling, together with bespoke fittings of the highest quality.
The ground floor sitting room and office/living room are adjoined by double doors and feature exposed wooden floorboards and ornate fireplaces.
The lower ground floor has been extended to provide further living space in an impressive, contemporary extension with exposed steel beams and floor-to-ceiling glass. The modern kitchen has plenty of storage, a central island and integrated appliances, there is also a dining and seating area, which connects to the garden via bespoke aluminum sliding doors.
The lower ground floor has one bedroom en suite, with a further double bedroom on the ground floor. The first floor has three bedrooms, all doubles, including the en suite principal bedroom. The first floor also has the large family bathroom.
At the front, the house opens onto St. Leonards Street, while parking and access for vehicles is to the rear, via Cherryholt Road and then Back Lane. There is parking space on a gravel driveway for up to three vehicles.
The walled rear garden has been thoughtfully designed and landscaped, with paved terracing, gravel pathways, an area of lawn, pretty and colourful flowerbeds with various plants and shrubs and a central water feature.
Tenure - Leasehold (2000 years from October 1840)
South Kesteven District Council, , Band F
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.
The historic Georgian market town of Stamford is situated along the banks of the River Welland, 12 miles north of the cathedral city of Peterborough.
The town provides a wealth of excellent amenities, including high street and independent retailers, a selection of cafés, restaurants and pubs and a range of leisure facilities, also an independent local cinema and arts centre. There is also a superb choice of schools, including the outstanding-rated primary, The Bluecoat School, and renowned independents including Stamford Junior School and Stamford Endowed Schools.
Golf is available at Burghley Park Golf Club, while the grounds of Burghley House also provide a wonderful setting for walks.
The property is in a convenient position in the town centre, and just a mile and a half from the A1. The town’s railway station is half a mile away, providing hourly services to Peterborough (connecting to London Kings Cross services from 50 mins) and to Cambridge.
Square Footage: 3,054 sq ft
Leasehold with approximately 1818 years remaining.