A detached house set back in a discreet position within this popular village, with off road parking, double garage and a beautiful mature garden.
THE TITHE BARN
In the heart of the village, close to the Norman Church of St Peter and St Paul, to which there are views from the garden, The Tithe Barn is set back from Top Road with a sweeping gravel driveway approach, initially shared with the neighbouring former Rectory, that provides ample parking for many vehicles and culminates at the house and its detached double garage. Of stone and brick construction, the house is thought to have been constructed in the 1970s, when The Tithe Barn was sold by the Church Commissioners. It has had two owners since, and has been within the seller's wider family's ownership since 1990. With a high degree of privacy, the property provides well-proportioned accommodation. Requiring some modernisation, the living accommodation is generous, with some lovely views from the house of the mature south facing gardens.
The open fronted porch and front door enters into a large vaulted entrance hallway, which links the two south facing reception rooms with The Tithe Barn itself, the dining room, at the northern end of the house, passing the kitchen, the utility and a shower room enroute. To the south of the front door, steps rise to the impressive 29' sitting room, from which patio doors open to the garden's terrace, and the study/play room beyond, which together occupy the entire southern wing of the ground floor. To the north, the hallway leads to The Tithe Barn itself, a fabulous dining room, thought to have potential for the creation of a standout kitchen, passing the current utility room and kitchen, as well as a ground floor shower room. The dining room, is an impressive vaulted 20'x16' room with exposed stone walls, trussed timbers and a tall and wide arched glazed
gable window that looks into the walled and wrought iron railed front
At first floor level, the principal bedroom has been created through the
amalgamation of two rooms. It is a large double that offers fine views
of the garden, with an en suite bathroom. Bedrooms two and three are
both generous doubles,
Approached by a wide gravelled driveway, which is owned by this property and with a right of access in favour of the neighbouring property, Churchfield, the gravelled driveway offers ample parking for vehicles and access to the detached double garage, above which there is a large office room accessed by an external staircase. The formal garden lies to the south of the house, accessed by a pathway from the drive around the house, or from the sitting room. The gardens are a delight, and offer lovely views past the house to the Parish Church. Visually vibrant, the lawns are flanked by well stocked flowering and shrub borders, whilst mature fruit, deciduous, yew and wellingtonia species trees offer visual interest and screening.
Wing is a pretty Rutland village of predominantly stone period houses in attractive rolling countryside south of Rutland Water, four miles from Oakham and three miles from Uppingham. The village public house, The King Arms, is a well-known pub and restaurant with a great reputation. Wing also has a popular farm shop with a restaurant/tea room, that provides a range of local farm produce, fine wines and every day essentials. Bus services serve the local market towns, whilst some of the schools also pick up and drop off in the village. Rutland Water is close at hand via rural lanes which are ideal for cycling, whilst for travel, the A47 provides fast vehicular links between Leicester and Peterborough. There is also a choice of mainline railways station.
nearby, with services from Peterborough to Kings Cross, or from Corby,
Kettering, or Market Harborough to London St Pancras, all of which are
within 21 miles of the property.
The area is blessed with excellent state, preparatory and private
schools. UCC at Uppingham is well thought of, whilst the nearby market
towns of Uppingham, Oakham and Stamford all have renowned private
From Oakham take the Uppingham Road (A6003), passing under a bridge and climbing the hill. At the top of the hill take the left turn sign posted to Manton. On entering Manton take the first turning on the right onto Wing Road. Continue on this road until you enter the village of Wing on Top Street. The driveway for the property can be found on the right hand side of the road just after a high stone wall. On entering the driveway bear right for the Tithe Barn.
SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX
The property is offered to market with all mains services and oil fired central heating. Council Tax Band E
24 Catmos Street Oakham Rutland LE15 6HW
Monday to Friday 9:00am to 6:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm