Celandines is an impressive Grade II listed stone and Collyweston detached village home situated in the heart of the charming village of Yarwell. Updated and extended in recent years by the current owners, the beautifully presented accommodation offers a pleasant blend of period charm and character combined with comfortable modern living. Features include exposed timbers, stonework and Inglenooks. There is double glazing and oil-fired central heating. Situated on the South-side of the street, the property has a good-sized, private South-facing garden that has been attractively landscaped.
To the front of the property there is a mature border incorporating a wide variety of shrubs and plants. A gravel driveway with turning head, leads to a single garage and ample parking. To the rear of the property a side gate leads to a courtyard and a paved terrace leading off the garden room. Steps lead up onto a formal lawn with shaped, well-stocked borders. Within the garden, there are a variety of shrubs, plants and fruit trees and due to their maturity, they ensure that the garden enjoys a good degree of privacy. To the rear of the garage there is a greenhouse and kitchen garden.
The charming village of Yarwell sits amidst gently undulating countryside on the edge of the Nene Valley, close to the River Nene and Wansford Lock. It lies seven miles south east of Stamford, just over 10 miles west of Peterborough and approximately seven miles north of Oundle. The village offers a range of amenities including a public house, church and village hall. The nearby village of Wansford has a post office/general store, public house, hotel and church, Nassington has a post office/general store, 2 public houses, butchers and a hairdressers. Some two miles away there is the A1 and A47 providing access to London and Leicester. Peterborough is the main regional centre and has good recreational, educational and shopping facilities, together with a main line train link to London Kings Cross with a publicised journey time of approximately 50 minutes.