This home is part of a Grade II listed former farmhouse built in coarse Limestone under a slate roof. The elegant accommodation is set over three floors and was fully modernised in 1999. It also has exposed stonework, natural timbers and fitted log burners, which give the property unique charm and character. There are two garden areas, the first leads off the utility and a short walk away behind the double garage is the larger enclosed private garden.
The east facing garden is enclosed by a low stone wall with railings over and mature evergreens ensure the gardens privacy. It is mainly laid to lawn with shaped well stocked borders including a variety of shrubs and plants; there is also a mature apple tree set in the lawn. There is ample parking for several cars in front of a large double garage with open car port to the side. There is an electric
charging point for a vehicle and a water tap. A gravel pathway leads to the side and rear of the garage where there is a further garden area which is in the main laid to lawn and enclosed by established borders. Part of the garden has been set aside with a vegetable plot and there are a number of a fruit trees.
The historic town of Market Deeping stands at the old junction of the A15 & A16, equi-distance from Stamford and Peterborough (approximately 9 miles). It is noted for some fine stone period properties as well as a good range of facilities including local shops, inns, the historic church of St Guthlac, medical health and leisure centre as well as primary and secondary schools. There is an extensive local bus service nearby and the town is in the catchment area for the renowned Bourne Grammar School. Local sporting amenities include watersports at Tallington Lakes as well as golf at Burghley Park (home of the famous Burghley Horse Trials). The Cathedral City of Peterborough offers a wide range of retail and recreational facilities together with a main line rail link to London King's Cross with a publicised journey time of approximately 50 minutes.