Main Street, Barrowden, Rutland
Main Street, Barrowden, Rutland
Main Street, Barrowden, Rutland
Main Street, Barrowden, Rutland
Main Street, Barrowden, Rutland
Main Street, Barrowden, Rutland
Main Street, Barrowden, Rutland
Main Street, Barrowden, Rutland
Main Street, Barrowden, Rutland
Main Street, Barrowden, Rutland
Main Street, Barrowden, Rutland
Main Street, Barrowden, Rutland
Main Street, Barrowden, Rutland

About the property

Key features

  • Open Plan Living Kitchen
  • Two Reception Rooms
  • Utility Room, Downstairs Cloakroom
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Family Bathroom, One Ensuite
  • Off-Road Parking
  • One-Bedroom Annex
  • Approx. 0.5 Acre Plot
  • Countryside Views
  • EER - D

Property description

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A four-bedroom, stone-built family home sitting on a generous plot of approximately half-an-acre with flexible and light-filled accommodation and the most beautiful countryside views, all sitting on the edge of the highly sought-after village of Barrowden.

A central entrance hallway provides access to the ground floor accommodation and has stairs rising to the first floor. The main living spaces sit to the rear of the property with bi-folding doors opening out to the patio and garden beyond creating a wonderful flow from in to out. The open plan living kitchen is a spacious, L-shaped room with the initial space being a kitchen/dining area that then flows into a living area with bi-fold doors to two elevations and roof lights allowing plenty of light. The kitchen itself comprises a range of modern fitted units with a variety of integrated appliances and a central island. The utility room sits just off and provides further storage, space for white goods and a stable door out to the side of the property.

From the open plan living kitchen, a set of glazed, double doors opening in the 26 ft. living room spanning the depth of the property with a log burner to the centre of the room and bi-folding doors opening out to the covered rear patio. The ground floor is completed by a useful study and a downstairs cloakroom, both accessed from the entrance hall.

On the first floor there are four double bedrooms, the three larger at the rear of the property overlooking the garden and countryside beyond, and the smaller of the four at the front. The master bedroom has built-in wardrobes and is complemented by an ensuite bathroom and a bi-fold door out to a balcony providing the ideal spot to take in the views. The further three bedrooms are served by a family bathroom comprising a panelled bath, separate shower, wash hand basin and low flush lavatory.

To the front of the property there is ample off-road parking on a gravelled driveway which provides access to the detached annexe space. There is a storage shed to the right-hand side of the property and pedestrian access to the left, leading to the rear garden.

The large rear garden is predominantly laid to lawn with decking area sitting directly off the living spaces with mature borders. There are a variety of specimen trees providing year-round interest and fencing on all sides creating a good degree of privacy and security.

The garden stretches away down to the River Welland where a timber summerhouse offers a wonderful opportunity to create an ideal spot to relax throughout the summer months.

Barrowden is a pretty village set around a green with views of the rolling hills of Rutland. Local village amenities include a doctor's surgery and pharmacy, a village shop and a pub, The Exeter Arms. The local town of Uppingham is close by and provides excellent shopping facilities as well as bars and restaurants. Situated close to the A47, Barrowden is well located for Leicester, Peterborough, Corby, and Kettering. These 4 centres all have main line train services and the ability of reaching London within the hour.

The property is offered to the market with all mains services and a ground source heat pump with underfloor heating throughout the property. Council Tax Band F - Rutland County Council


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Contact us

6-8 Market Place
LE15 6DT
Oakham office
Located in the historic market town of Oakham just a short drive from Rutland Water, we are perfectly placed to maximise everything that Rutland has to offer for both vendors and purchasers alike. Rutland’s slogan "Multum in Parvo" means "Much In Little" and there certainly is much to attract people to this glorious county.


Sales: 01572 724437
6-8 Market Place, Oakham, Rutland, LE15 6DT

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