London Road, Uppingham, Oakham LE15 9TJ, UK

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Murray Estate Agents Agent Valuation of this property is £850,000

Description:

A rare opportunity has arisen to acquire a stunning five-bedroom period property providing elegant, spacious character accommodation with beautiful south-facing gardens situated on the edge of the historic market town of Uppingham.

Knoll House is built from mellow stone with quoins and retains many original features, including panoramic bay windows making the most of the delightful outlook over gardens, high ceilings, fireplaces and decorative plaster friezes.

The property offers extensive and well-proportioned accommodation with tastefully appointed interior arranged over three storeys as follows:

Ground floor: Entrance Hall, generously-sized Drawing Room with beautiful fireplace, oak-panelled Dining Room with original fireplace, Vestibule, large Dining Kitchen with range stove, formal Reception Hall, Utility Room, Cloakroom/WC, Inner Hall, Secondary Lobby, Cellar incorporating Store, Wine Cellar and Freezer Room;

first floor: Gallery-style main Landing, four large double Bedrooms, two of them with en-suite Shower Rooms, Family Bathroom, Inner Landing, Study, Secondary Landing;

second floor: Further Bedroom.

Outside the property is approached from London Road over a shared block-paved driveway, which leads to a gravelled area of parking for up to three vehicles.

Immediately to the rear of the house is a superb formal terrace with dressed-stone balustrade enjoying lovely outlook over mature south-facing gardens and underneath it - a lovely sheltered seating area.

The property also includes a detached Double Garage with useful loft store, a Garden Cellar with light and power connected and a Log Store.

A rare opportunity has arisen to acquire a stunning five-bedroom period property providing elegant, spacious character accommodation with beautiful south-facing gardens situated on the edge of the historic market town of Uppingham.

Knoll House is built from mellow stone with quoins and retains many original features, including panoramic bay windows making the most of the delightful outlook over gardens, high ceilings, fireplaces and decorative plaster friezes.

The property offers extensive and well-proportioned accommodation with tastefully appointed interior arranged over three storeys as follows:

Ground floor: Entrance Hall, generously-sized Drawing Room with beautiful fireplace, oak-panelled Dining Room with original fireplace, Vestibule, large Dining Kitchen with range stove, formal Reception Hall, Utility Room, Cloakroom/WC, Inner Hall, Secondary Lobby, Cellar incorporating Store, Wine Cellar and Freezer Room;

first floor: Gallery-style main Landing, four large double Bedrooms, two of them with en-suite Shower Rooms, Family Bathroom, Inner Landing, Study, Secondary Landing;

second floor: Further double Bedroom.

Outside the property is approached from London Road over a shared block-paved driveway, which leads to a gravelled area of parking for up to three vehicles.

Immediately to the rear of the house is a superb formal terrace with dressed-stone balustrade enjoying lovely outlook over mature south-facing gardens and underneath it - a lovely sheltered seating area.

The property also includes a detached Double Garage with useful loft store, a Garden Cellar with light and power connected and a Log Store.

Accommodation

Ground Floor

Twin multi-pane oak doors open to:

Entrance Hall (2.11m x 2.13m (6'11" x 7'0"))

Tiled floor, radiator, recessed ceiling spotlights, window to side, internal twin multi-pane doors opening to Drawing Room.

Drawing Room (5.46m x 8.46m plus bay (17'11" x 27'9" plus bay ))

Generously-proportioned, dual-aspect formal reception room featuring magnificent period fireplace with marble inset, polished-metal surround and living-flame gas fire set on tiled hearth, two radiators, ornate ceiling frieze, oak herringbone wood-block floor, tall skirting boards, windows providing southerly views over extensive gardens and internal oak door opening to Dining Room.

Dining Room (4.19m x 4.80m max (13'9" x 15'9" max))

Beautiful oak-panelled reception room with original fireplace featuring carved detailing and oak mantel above, ornate ceiling frieze, oak herringbone wood-block floor, radiator in oak cabinet and window providing views over south-facing patio and wooded area beyond.

Vestibule

Radiator, oak herringbone wood-block floor, external multi-pane door giving access to gardens.

Dining Kitchen (4.55m x 5.44m max (14'11" x 17'10" max))

Excellent range of good quality units incorporating extensive oak-effect work surfaces with tiled splash-backs, inset 1.5-bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, ample base cupboard and drawer units, matching eye-level wall cupboards and display cabinets and two tall larder cupboards.

Integrated appliances comprise dishwasher and fridge. There is rangemaster five-ring stove with cooker hood above set within Inglenook-style feature with display shelf above and space for American-style fridge-freezer.

Radiator, oak herringbone wood-block floor, ornate ceiling frieze, recessed ceiling spotlights, picture bay window providing delightful garden outlook.

Off Dining Room:

Formal Reception Hall (4.29m x 1.73m (14'1" x 5'8"))

Arched twin oak doors, tiled floor, radiator, window to front.

Utility Room (1.65m x 2.03m (5'5" x 6'8"))

Granite-effect work surface with tiled splash-back, plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer beneath, radiator, tiled floor, ceiling cornice, extractor fan, window to front, access to Cloakroom.

Cloakroom/Wc

Heritage white suite comprising pedestal hand basin and low-level WC.

Tiled floor, ceiling cornice, extractor fan, window to front.

Inner Hall

Elegant oak dogleg staircase with open spindles, oak herringbone wood-block floor, radiator, large under-stairs cupboard.

Secondary Lobby

Radiator, back staircase leading to first floor, access to Cellar.

Cellar

Comprising
- Store with modern wall-mounted worcester gas central heating boiler and fitted shelving
- Wine Cellar
- Freezer Room (10'0" x 11'6" max (3.05m x 3.51m, max)) with fitted shelving.

First Floor

Gallery-Style Landing

Built-in double wardrobe with hanger rail, radiator, high ceiling with two loft accesses, picture rail, panoramic window to front.

Bedroom One (5.44m x 4.09m into bay (17'10" x 13'5" into bay))

Elegant south-facing bedroom with high ceiling, built-in wardrobe with hanger rail, radiator, picture rail and large bay window overlooking gardens and wooded area beyond.

There is a connecting door leading to Bedroom Four.

En-Suite Shower Room

Heritage white suite comprising low-level WC, pedestal hand basin and double shower cubicle with aqualisa mixer shower above.

Fully tiled splash-backs and matching half-tiled walls, heated towel rail, recessed ceiling spotlights, shaver point, extractor fan.

Bedroom Two (4.11m x 4.11m (13'6" x 13'6"))

Period cast-iron fireplace, radiator, high ceiling, picture rail, dual-aspect windows providing attractive outlook.

En-Suite Shower Room

Heritage white suite comprising low-level WC, pedestal hand basin and double shower cubicle with aqualisa mixer shower above.

Fully tiled splash-backs and matching half-tiled walls, tiled floor, heated towel rail, recessed ceiling spotlights, extractor fan.

Bedroom Three (5.44m x 4.50m into bay (17'10" x 14'9" into bay))

Range of good quality fitted bedroom furniture comprising two double wardrobes, matching drawers with shelving and top boxes, period cast-iron fireplace, high ceiling, radiator, picture rail, bay window overlooking south-facing garden.

Bedroom Four (4.85m x 3.71m (15'11" x 12'2"))

Period cast-iron fireplace, high ceiling radiator, picture rail, connecting door to Bedroom One, window with views over south-facing garden and wooded area beyond.

Bathroom (2.06m x 2.90m (6'9" x 9'6"))

Heritage white suite comprising low-level WC, pedestal hand basin and panelled bath with shower above and fitted shower screen.

Period cast-iron fireplace, half-tiled walls, tiled floor, radiator, extractor fan, window.

Inner Landing

Built-in cupboards, radiator, access to Study.

Study (3.00m x 2.74m (9'10" x 9'0"))

Good range of fitted office furniture incorporating ample drawers, desk and cabinets, radiator, attractive wood-effect flooring, ceiling cornice, dual-aspect windows providing pleasant outlook.

Secondary Landing

(accessed via stairs off the ground-floor Secondary Lobby)
Range of built-in wardrobes, stairs leading to upper storey.

Second Floor

Landing/Study Area

Radiator, double-glazed Velux roof light.

Bedroom Five (3.07m x 3.38m (10'1" x 11'1"))

Vaulted ceiling, radiator, access to large storage area, double-glazed Velux roof light.

Outside

Knoll House is approached from London Road over a shared block-paved driveway, which leads to a gravelled area of parking for up to three vehicles flanked by mature herbaceous borders and screened by laurel bushes.

Gardens

Picket fence gates lead through to the delightful south-facing gardens with railway-sleeper steps down to the main section of garden, where there is lawn flanked by raised garden borders stocked with huge variety of colourful shrubs and bushes, pleasant covered seating area with formal patio above and stone steps leading down to the lower garden area with a range of further established shrubs and bushes and log store.

Immediately to the rear of the house is a superb formal terrace with dressed-stone balustrade enjoying lovely outlook over gardens.

A doorway gives access to the loft storage area of the garage, and a pathway leads down to the driveway.

Garden Cellar

A large space beneath the house with light and power provides ample space for storage or workshop area.

Double Garage

Light and power, electric up-and-over door.

Loft Store

Provides ample space for home office or hobbies room and features vaulted ceiling with recessed spotlights, power points and three Velux roof lights.

Services

None of the services, fittings, or appliances (if any) heating installations, plumbing or electrical systems, telephone or television points have been tested by the Selling Agents.

Uppingham

Uppingham is a jewel of a market town, situated in the southern part of Rutland, it is famous for its independent school and it brings many cultural opportunities to the town for the residents to enjoy. Within the town centre are a good range of shops catering for most needs together with various services including doctors surgery, opticians, chemist, library, dentist. For commuters Uppingham is ideally positioned within an easy car drive to a number of centres, including Leicester, Peterborough, Oakham, Stamford, Kettering, Corby and Market Harborough. The A14 A1/M1 link, approximately 10 miles away between Kettering and Corby and there one can access the motorway system of England. For train travellers Kettering station, approximately 20 minutes’ drive offers frequent services to London St Pancras and the north.

Leisure activities in the area are many and varied with some beautiful countryside where one can ramble, cycle or just spend time at Rutland Water where there are further pleasures to be enjoyed including sailing, fishing, windsurfing etc. In addition there are many sports throughout Uppingham and Rutland catering for most needs.

Council Tax Band

Enquiries to Rutland County Council, Oakham

Viewing

By appointment to be made through the Selling Agents please. If you are travelling a long distance please telephone prior to departure to ensure the property is still available and to discuss any particular points which are likely to affect your interest in this property in order that you do not make a wasted journey.

Office Opening Hours

Monday - Friday 9.00 - 5.30
Saturday 9.00 - 4.00
Bank Holidays 10.00 - 2.00

Disclaimer

1. The particulars are intended to give a fair and substantially correct overall description for the guidance of intending purchasers and do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract. No responsibility is assumed for the accuracy of individual items. Prospective purchasers and lessees ought to seek their own professional advice.

2. All descriptions, dimensions, area, reference to condition and necessary permission for use and occupation and their details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct, but any intending purchasers should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact, but must satisfy themselves by inspection, or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them.

3. No person in the employment of Messrs Murray has any authority to make or give any representations or warranty whatever in relation to this property or these particulars or enter into any contract relating to this property on behalf of the vendor.

4. No responsibility can be accepted for any expenses incurred by intending purchasers or lessees in inspecting properties which have been sold, let or withdrawn.

5. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents. Where any reference is made to planning permission or potential uses, such information is given in good faith.

6. The information in these particulars is given without responsibility on the part of the agents or their clients. These particulars do not form any part of an offer of a contract and neither the agents nor their employees has any authority to make or give any representations or warranty in relation to this property.

Money Laundering Regulations 2003

Anti-Money Laundering Regulations came into force in March 2004. These regulations affect estate agents, there will be requirement that Murray's confirm the identity of its seller and buyers.

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