HISTORIC TOWN OF UPPINGHAM
Uppingham is one of England’s hidden gems, a charming historic, honey coloured market town offering all that is best about Britain, a friendly welcoming town boasting a wealth of individual shops, galleries and great places to eat from traditional country pubs and cafes to fine restaurants and wine bars. Every Friday sees a lively and colourful market in the square and once a year the oldest livestock market still held in a town centre in England. Antiques, second hand tools, interesting art and Craft Shops, traditional Baker and first class Butchers all add to the charm of this lovely town.
Old Constables is located in the centre of the historic market town of Uppingham, close to the Market Place, Falcon Hotel and shops along High Street East and High Street West. Uppingham School is located a short distance to the east.
Uppingham School, of the UK’s leading educational establishments, was founded in 1584 by Archdeacon Robert Johnson, it’s impressive buildings weaving through the town and pupils much in evidence in term time, add a lively academic and atmospheric mix to the ambiance. The School hosts first class music and drama performances in the Theatre and Chapel through the year.
Uppingham’s exciting new leisure centre is open to all members of the local community. It boasts a 25 metre swimming pool, fitness studio, squash courts, gymnasium, dance studios and a large sports hall and twelve outdoor tennis courts.
The Rutland area, known as the ‘second Cotswolds’ is well worth exploring. Just a short drive away, or pleasant country walk, is Lyddington Bede House, originally the wing of a palace belonging to the Bishops of Lincoln and full of architectural treasures. Eyebrook Reservoir is a favourite with walkers and birdwatchers and fascinating historic churches can be found at Stoke Dry and Exton. Rutland Water is a wonderful place to walk, cycle, fish, sail or bird watch, in fact Ospreys can be seen in the summer. Stamford just 15 miles away is home to Burghley House built by William Cecil, Lord High treasurer to Queen Elizabeth and venue to the Burghley Horse Trials, one of the UK’s leading equestrian events.
LIVING / DINING
19' 3'' x 14' 1'' (5.86m x 4.28m)
12' 7'' x 6' 11'' (3.84m x 2.1m)
13' 2'' x 12' 8'' (4.02m x 3.85m)
5' 3'' x 9' 7'' (1.6m x 2.93m) max
10' 2'' x 9' 10'' (3.09m x 3.0m)
6' 6'' x 6' 0'' (1.98m x 1.82m)
£260 per year (awaiting confirmation)
Service charge (to include buildings insurance, maintenance of build, common areas and gardens - £1,155.15 per flat, per year.
Strictly by appointment through Richardson.