2 Bedroom Property for sale in Owston Road, Oakham, Rutland

2 Bedroom Property - £275,000

Owston Road, Oakham, Rutland

First listed on: 23rd March 2020

Nearest stations: Oakham (3.5 mi)Melton Mowbray (7.1 mi)

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Property Features

  • Entrance Hall
  • Kitchen
  • Sitting Room
  • Dining Room
  • Two Bedrooms

Property Description

A charming iron stone and stone mullioned period cottage with a wealth of character and sitting within one of Rutland's most popular and sought-after villages.

GROUND FLOOR

The property's accommodation in brief comprises an entrance hall leading to the ground floor accommodation.There is a formal sitting room to the front of the property with an ornate feature fireplace, stone mullion window to the front and bespoke made cabinetry and book shelving built in to the chimney breast recesses.The dining room also has lovely stone mullion and crittle window, feature fireplace with a multi fuel burning stove, ample storage within the bespoke built cupboards and shelving units and an additional large storage cupboard underneath the staircase.Just off the dining room is the kitchen which has a good range of floor standing and wall mounted units, a stainless-steel sink with mixer tap, space and plumbing for a washing machine, slimline dishwasher, fridge freezer and also the electric oven. A door from the kitchen out to the walled garden.

FIRST FLOOR

To the first floor the master bedroom sits to the front of the property with lovely timber exposed floorboards, another stone mullion window providing countryside views, a feature fireplace and built in storage cupboards.The second bedroom sits to the rear overlooking the garden and like the main bedroom has a feature fireplace and built in cupboards. The two bedrooms are served by a generous sized bathroom that has a bath with shower over, low flush lavatory and a pedestal wash hand basin. The bathroom also houses the airing cupboard with the hot water tank.The internal accommodation is completed by the loft hatch located on the landing which leads you to a large boarded and lit loft space.

OUTSIDE

To the outside the parking provision is on the road side. The red brick, walled garden sits just off the kitchen benefitting from the south and westerly sun. This charming character cottage is an incredibly rare visitor to the open market and must be viewed to be appreciated.

LOCATION

The beautiful village of Knossington lies on the Rutland/Leicestershire border, just four miles east of the market town of Oakham. Knossington has a very popular pub, The Fox and Hounds and is surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside providing numerous bridle ways and footpaths for walking. Nearby Oakham and Uppingham provide a wide range of amenities with train services from Market Harborough and Peterborough to London. The local schooling is very well catered for both in the state and private sector with a choice of primary schools nearby.

DIRECTIONAL NOTE

Head out of Oakham on Cold Overton Road and continue on this road until you reach a T junction where you will take a left into the village of Knossington. Continue round into the village taking your third left onto Owston Road and you will find number 12 on your right-hand side a little way down.

SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX

The property is offered to the market with all mains services and electric heating. Council Tax Band D.

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A charming iron stone and stone mullioned period cottage with a wealth of character and sitting within one of Rutland's most popular and sought-after villages.

GROUND FLOOR

The property's accommodation in brief comprises an entrance hall leading to the ground floor accommodation.There is a formal sitting room to the front of the property with an ornate feature fireplace, stone mullion window to the front and bespoke made cabinetry and book shelving built in to the chimney breast recesses.The dining room also has lovely stone mullion and crittle window, feature fireplace with a multi fuel burning stove, ample storage within the bespoke built cupboards and shelving units and an additional large storage cupboard underneath the staircase.Just off the dining room is the kitchen which has a good range of floor standing and wall mounted units, a stainless-steel sink with mixer tap, space and plumbing for a washing machine, slimline dishwasher, fridge freezer and also the electric oven. A door from the kitchen out to the walled garden.

FIRST FLOOR

To the first floor the master bedroom sits to the front of the property with lovely timber exposed floorboards, another stone mullion window providing countryside views, a feature fireplace and built in storage cupboards.The second bedroom sits to the rear overlooking the garden and like the main bedroom has a feature fireplace and built in cupboards. The two bedrooms are served by a generous sized bathroom that has a bath with shower over, low flush lavatory and a pedestal wash hand basin. The bathroom also houses the airing cupboard with the hot water tank.The internal accommodation is completed by the loft hatch located on the landing which leads you to a large boarded and lit loft space.

OUTSIDE

To the outside the parking provision is on the road side. The red brick, walled garden sits just off the kitchen benefitting from the south and westerly sun. This charming character cottage is an incredibly rare visitor to the open market and must be viewed to be appreciated.

LOCATION

The beautiful village of Knossington lies on the Rutland/Leicestershire border, just four miles east of the market town of Oakham. Knossington has a very popular pub, The Fox and Hounds and is surrounded by beautiful rolling countryside providing numerous bridle ways and footpaths for walking. Nearby Oakham and Uppingham provide a wide range of amenities with train services from Market Harborough and Peterborough to London. The local schooling is very well catered for both in the state and private sector with a choice of primary schools nearby.

DIRECTIONAL NOTE

Head out of Oakham on Cold Overton Road and continue on this road until you reach a T junction where you will take a left into the village of Knossington. Continue round into the village taking your third left onto Owston Road and you will find number 12 on your right-hand side a little way down.

SERVICES & COUNCIL TAX

The property is offered to the market with all mains services and electric heating. Council Tax Band D.

You may download, store and use the material for your own personal use and research. You may not republish, retransmit, redistribute or otherwise make the material available to any party or make the same available on any website, online service or bulletin board of your own or of any other party or make the same available in hard copy or in any other media without the website owner's express prior written consent. The website owner's copyright must remain on all reproductions of material taken from this website.

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24 Catmos Street

Oakham, Rutland

Leicestershire

LE15 6HW

Telephone: See phone number 01572 724437

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24 Catmos Street

Oakham, Rutland

Leicestershire

LE15 6HW

Telephone: See phone number 01572 724437

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