A modern design with a pretty first floor juliet balcony, this four bedroom home is spread over three storeys. A spacious hall provides an impressive entrance to the house. With the kitchen and a large family/dining area on the ground floor ideal for family living, attention has also been paid to storage, with a dedicated space under the stairs next to a downstairs WC.
Bedroom one shares the first floor with a shower room and living area which is an ideal space to unwind and leads out to the juliet balcony. A further three bedrooms are situated on the second floor along with the family bathroom.
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'The Home Builders Federation (HBF)’s latest report – Watt a Save – has quantified this. The report’s findings show that new build homes save residents an average of £2,000 a year on their energy bills – this is even more if you look at just houses rather than include flats and bungalows. The report also suggests that fewer than four per cent of existing dwellings can match the EPC B rating or higher that new builds, Allison Homes included, commonly achieve.'
Having spent years building homes in Oakham, we are not strangers to the area and it is no surprise to us that demand for houses in this historic market town continues to be high.
Farriers Reach, our latest development, is part of Oakham Heights which encompasses parks, open spaces, play areas, allotments and a new community centre.
Barleythorpe brook runs through the development which promises countless hours of fun and exploration and investment is being made in new cycle and footpaths.
If you are looking for a new home in rural surroundings, look no further. Rutland, Britain’s smallest county, was recently voted the best rural place to live in the UK by the Halifax Rural Areas Quality of Life Survey. And Oakham is the jewel in Rutland’s crown.
A traditional, pretty market town, Oakham hosts a monthly Farmers’ Market, as well as a twice-weekly market with stalls selling local produce. Independent shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs are well supported in the town and there is a strong feeling of community.
There is excellent education provision for families moving to the area, with a good choice of public and independent schools close by.
Excellent road links bring the towns of Stamford, Melton Mowbray and Corby within easy reach. Leicester and Nottingham are within 35 miles. Oakham railway station provides links to Birmingham, Leicester, Peterborough, Cambridge and Stansted Airport.