Newstead is approximately 2 miles from Stamford, which offers extremely good facilities and amenities and has become recognised as a very sought after area with high quality residential property available, individual shopping opportunities and a wealth of other local facilities and amenities.
Stamford is within easy access of the A1 trunk road with connection to other major road networks. The city of Peterborough provides the main city rail links (London Kings Cross approx. 50-55 mins) Stamford also has the advantage of its own railway station which provides direct routes to Leicester and Birmingham.
Additionally there are a range of both state and private schools nearby and within the town are the renowned Stamford Endowed Schools.
Carrs Lodge Bungalow, Yard and Outbuildings offers a very usual opportunity to acquire property that requires updating/renovation/re-development in a unique elevated position, potentially overlooking to the south directly to Burghley House (1 mile) and being only 1 1/2 miles to the north east of the historic town of Stamford, often referred to as "the finest Medieval town in England".
LOT 1 - CARRS LODGE BUNGALOW
This comprises of an established detached Bungalow we believe on the site of an original farmhouse. The construction mainly brick built outerleaf under a concrete tile pitched roof, but with some stone relief panels, including frontage and chimney breast. The Bungalow offers extensive three bedroom accommodation and although in its original specification when built, would benefit of updating and refurbishment and will provide extensive accommodation set in good size grounds and with the benefit of a useful outbuilding/garage/opportunity for further development.
The Bungalow has oiled fired central heating and sealed double glazing windows.
OPEN ENTRANCE PORCH AREA
"L" SHAPED HALL
6' 8'' x 5' 9'' (2.04m x 1.74m) plus 1.74m x 6.76m
Built in cloaks cupboard and airing cupboard, hatch to loft.
22' 4'' x 13' 9'' (6.81m x 4.2m)
Fireplace and patio doors.
11' 6'' x 9' 1'' (3.51m x 2.76m)
10' 4'' x 17' 11'' (3.14m x 5.45m)
Original fitted units and sink.
14' 1'' x 8' 10'' (4.3m x 2.7m) max
Patio and rear door access to rear entrance hall.
Close coupled WC and window to side.
UTILITY ROOM/BOILER ROOM
134' 7'' x 8' 10'' (41.02m x 2.68m) max
Shower cubicle, built-it sink and cupboards, oil fired boiler.
15' 11'' x 11' 11'' (4.85m x 3.63m)
15' 11'' x 11' 11'' (4.86m x 3.64m)
11' 10'' x 11' 11'' (3.61m x 3.63m) max
9' 2'' x 8' 2'' (2.8m x 2.48m)
16' 9'' x 28' 8'' (5.10m x 8.73m) internal measurements
A 3 bay open barn of brick and stone construction with pantiled roof. Doorway to
12' 6'' x 12' 0'' (3.81m x 3.65m)
The gardens of the Bungalow extend all sides including lawns, extensive gravelled driveway and access to outbuildings/garage area. The grounds will benefit from further upgrading. The gardens are enclosed by hedging and walling and could have stunning views over open fields towards Burghley House.
The Bungalow is subject to an Agricultural tie details of which are:
'The occupation of the dwelling shall be limited to a person solely or mainly employed, or last employed, in the locality in agriculture as defined in Section 290 of the Town and Country Planning Act 1971, or in forestry or a dependant of such a person residing with him (but including a widow or widower of such a person)'
LOT 2 comprises of the Barns which have permitted development permission for conversion to 3 dwellings, Guide Price £350,000.
All viewings strictly by appointment through Joint Agents:
Richardson Tel: 01780 762433
R Longstaff and Co. 5 New Road, Spalding, PE11 1BS Tel: 01775 765536