A beautifully converted set of stone and Collyweston Victorian stables that have been sympathetically converted into a spacious and characterful two-bedroom property.
Enter the property into a large and light entrance hall with high ceilings, an oak laminate floor and a picture window looking out to the rear. As well as being the entrance hall this room serves as a dining room with plenty of space for a table and chairs. There is a recently refitted downstairs WC just off and a concealed cupboard housing the electric meter, alarm system and the electrical consumer unit.
The well-proportioned sitting room sits to the right of the entrance hall with large windows to the front and rear, a lovely wide board oak floor and a stable door leading out to the back courtyard.
The bespoke fitted kitchen is the centrepiece of the house, offering an array of cupboards and drawers as well as a central island with a breakfast bar. There are solid timber worktops, a Belfast sink, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge and freezer, a Range style cooker with extractor over, large windows to both front and rear and a stable door leading out to the rear of the property.
The kitchen also has space and plumbing for a concealed washing machine and a cupboard housing the gas-fired central heating combination boiler.
The stairs rise from the entrance hall to the first-floor landing which in itself provides ample space for free standing furniture with a large Velux roof window.
Bedroom one sits over the sitting room and has Velux windows to the front and rear creating a very light space, wood effect laminate flooring, exposed beams to the ceiling and useful built in wardrobes.
Bedroom two is also a good-sized double room and is currently used as a second sitting room come snug. This room has one large Velux roof window and a window in the gable end, wood effect laminate flooring and exposed beams to the ceiling.
The first floor is completed by a shower room comprising a large corner shower cubicle with rain shower head, low flush lavatory and wash hand basin.
To the outside, the property has a garden that is predominantly laid to lawn and bordered on all sides by a post and rail timber fence. There is off road parking to the side of the property with a gravel path leading to the front door and also a detached garage adjacent.
To the rear of the property there is a courtyard area where the current owners have created an outdoor seating area.
This character property is immaculately presented having undergone a large scale of renovations and updates by the current owners. This has really enhanced the quality of the property and highlights the character features synonymous with a property of this period. Some of these improvements include new solid oak latch doors throughout and sliding doors on cast iron runners giving access to the kitchen and sitting room. This one-off property is offered to the market with the agent's highest recommendation for an internal inspection.
Ashwell is a small village situated in the rolling countryside, whilst only being a short drive away from the historic market town of Oakham and its amenities, Ashwell itself has an active village hall, a garage, the Well Know Garden Centre with a range of shops, an annual village fete and well-attended 14th century church. The area is renowned for its excellent schooling offering Beacons of Exceptional Practice. The East Coast main line provides intercity rail services from Peterborough to London and the North East. The location is perfect for both commuters and those looking for more peaceful living.
Head out of Oakham on Ashwell Road taking the 2nd exit at both roundabouts towards Ashwell. Continue on this road and just before entering the village of Ashwell you will see an entrance on your right signed posted to Ashwell Hall Stables. Take a right here following the road up, take your first right and continue through into Ashwell Hall Stables, you will find number six on your left.
SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX
The property is offered to the market with all mains services and gas-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