- Entrance Hall
- Drawing Room
- Breakfast Kitchen
- Utility Room
- Boot Room
- Principal Bedroom, En Suite Bathroom
- 4 further Bedrooms
- 2 further Bathrooms
- Garage and Store
The Uffington Church of England Primary School (1.3mi.)
Copthill Independent Day School & Nursery (1.4mi.)
Barnack CofE (Controlled) Primary School (2.5mi.)
3 Casewick Hall presents an opportunity to acquire part of the main house Casewick Hall, set in its own parkland. Niklas Pevsner wrote of the Grade I listed Casewick Hall, ‘few houses in the country fill one with such delight’.
It is believed there has been a property on the site of Casewick Hall since the Domesday Book but the present Hall dates back to 1621 when the land was acquired by William Trollop of Thurlby who began to rebuild and fashion the house as it stands today.
In the mid 1700’s the architect William Legg of Stamford, commissioned by the Trollopes began to Gothicize much of the house.
Approached via a sweeping drive through fantastic parkland the Grade 1 listed 3 Casewick Hall is situated in delightful grounds, to the north east of the village of Uffington, Uffington has a primary school, public House, church and village hall.
The village is situated some 2 miles from the Georgian market town of Stamford with its many cultural facilities and an eclectic mix of shops. The town has a railway station connecting to Peterborough and Stansted to the east and west to Oakham, Leicester and Birmingham.
The A1 is within easy reach giving access north and south and the A14 to the east and west. High speed trains from Peterborough connect to London, Kings Cross and take some 50 minutes.
There are many leisure pursuits in the area including golf at Burghley, Luffenham Heath and Greetham Valley. Rutland Water to the west is renowned for its fly fishing, sailing, surfing and nature reserve and its many walks and cycle routes. The area is also renowned for its excellent schooling both primary and senior in Stamford, Oakham and Oundle.
3 Casewick Hall is part of the so called ‘showfront’ of Casewick, incorporating its Gothick, 18th Century three storey façade.
Accessed through the main courtyard, the main door to No.3 opens into the Entrance Hall, the original stone flooring and an exposed stone wall being features.
The Breakfast Kitchen is fitted with a range of floor units with worktop, sink and integrated appliances including oven, hob and dishwasher. There is access to the Boot Room which in turn has a rear door and there are stairs to the first floor. The Utility Room has a sink and second hob. There is a downstairs WC and the inner staircase hall lading to the original staircase that served the whole Hall.
The Drawing Room is well proportioned and has French Doors opening on to the formal lawn. Flanked by Gothic arched windows, the room has ornate plasterwork to the ceiling, a feature fireplace and original stone flagstone flooring. A door leads to the Library which has four large windows overlooking the lawns, all with working shutters. There is a feature fireplace and extensive shelving and cupboard space and wooden floorboards.
From the ornate main staircase, the landing gives access to the Principal Bedroom Suite which overlooks the formal gardens and parkland beyond.
There is a well fitted 5 piece En Suite Bath and Shower Room. Bedroom 2 has an En Suite Bathroom. There is a further Bedroom and Bathroom on this floor.
The Second Floor is in two parts, the first accessed from the main stair to Bedroom 4, (historically there was consent to create an En Suite Bathroom). Bedroom 5 is accessed from the secondary staircase.
On entering the grounds to Casewick Hall through the impressive stone entrance gates, a driveway sweeps through the magnificent parkland towards the Hall and the entrance to 3 Casewick Hall. After the second cattle grid there is access to communal gardens know as Cedar Garden.
The owners of 3 Casewick Hall enjoy rights over the formal lawns to the west of the property. Obligations to keep this space open exist between adjoining owners, for the benefit of those who overlook it. The lawn is bordered by a Ha-Ha beyond which is the parkland. Owners of No.3 enjoy further rights over this parkland, details are available from the Agents.
Garaging for No.3 Casewick Hall is within one of the 3 coach houses adjoining the main courtyard. At the rear of the garage the oil tanks for No. 3 (and two other properties) are situated.
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