- A Stunning & Characterful Detached Cottage
- Recent Refurbishments Ensure High Quality Throughout
- THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- Sitting Room with Feature Multi Stove
- Dining Room with Exposed Stone Walls & Beamed Ceilings
- A Fully Refitted & Remodelled Quality Kitchen
- Utilty Room & Cloakroom, Home Office in Garden
- Refitted Luxury Bathroom
- Tandem Garage, Driveway & Sizeble Gardens
- EPC Rating - D
'If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants' - Sir Isaac Newton (1675) - Located overlooking the birthplace of the world known Scientist, Mathematician, and Astronomer, Sir Isaac Newton, is this perfectly presented and charming stone built cottage. The village of Woolsthorpe by Colsterworth is tranquil and pretty, and also ideally placed for access to many local towns, schools and transport links to London. Situated in a Conservation Area, Bramley Cottage has undergone a recent scheme of improvements by the current owners and has perfectly presented and spacious accommodation comprising of Reception Hall, a charming Sitting Room with multi fuel stove, a characterful Dining Room with exposed stone walls and beamed ceilings, a refitted and remodelled Kitchen, Utility Room, and Cloakroom to the ground floor. To the first floor there are THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS, with two of them having twin aspect views of Woolsthorpe Manor and the adjacent countryside, alongside a refitted and High Quality Bathroom. Outside there is an ample block paved driveway for secure parking, leading to a detached Tandem Garage with attached Workshop, alongside well maintained gardens with various seating areas to enjoy the immediate peace and surroundings. At the rear of the garden there is a Studio/Home Office, ideal for the growing army of home workers. A viewing of this superb home is considered essential, to fully appreciate its position, quality and tranquillity.
Reception Hall - 2.74m x 2.13m (9'0" x 7'0") - With solid ledged and braced latch entrance door, uPVC double glazed lead light stained glass window to the rear aspect, double radiator, ceramic tiled floor, original painted latch door through to:
Sitting Room - 3.76m x 3.63m (12'4" x 11'11") - With uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect, double radiator, oak wood flooring and feature multi fuel stove set to a slate tiled hearth with decorative oak wooden surround and mantel. Door to:
Dining Room - 3.63m x 3.56m (11'11" x 11'8") - With uPVC double glazed window to the front aspect, oak flooring, double radiator, feature exposed ceiling beams, exposed stonework to two walls, smoke alarm. Door to:
Kitchen - 5.54m x 2.69m (18'2" x 8'10") - A re-fitted and re-modelled kitchen with two uPVC double glazed windows to the rear aspect overlooking the garden, uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect, solid wood stable style door to the garden, ceramic tiled floor, large double radiator, Howdens units with solid wood door fronts, to include solid oak work surface with inset double ceramic Belfast sink with high rise mixer tap over, eye and base level units including glass fronted display cabinets, LED countertop lighting, integrated dishwasher and oversized larder fridge, 4-ring AEG induction hob with stainless steel AEG electric oven beneath. Door to:
Utility Room - 2.69m x 2.36m (8'10" x 7'9") - With uPVC obscure double glazed window to the rear aspect, half obscure double glazed door to the side aspect, ceramic tiled floor, oversized chrome heated towel radiator, oak work surface to match that in the kitchen with inset stainless steel sink and drainer with high rise mixer tap over and cupboard storage beneath, space and plumbing for washing machine, space within understairs area for free-standing freezer. There is also a new consumer unit dated 12th June 2018.
Cloakroom - With uPVC obscure double glazed window to the rear aspect and a 2-piece white suite comprising low level WC and wash handbasin.
First Floor Landing - With single radiator and loft hatch to roof space above.
Bedroom One - 3.91m x 3.89m (12'10" x 12'9") - A twin aspect room with uPVC double glazed window to the front and side aspect with the front aspect affording views across countryside and Woolsthorpe Manor, the birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton and owned by the National Trust; single radiator.
Bedroom Two - 3.91m x 3.61m (12'10" x 11'10") - Another twin aspect room with uPVC double glazed window to the front with views across to Woolsthorpe Manor and uPVC double glazed window to the side aspect, single radiator.
Bedroom Three - 3.10m to wardrobes x 2.72m (10'2" to wardrobes x 8 - Currently used as an office and having two uPVC double glazed windows to the rear aspect, single radiator and three double built-in wardrobes.
Bathroom - 3.38m x 1.68m (11'1" x 5'6") - Re-fitted and re-modelled and having uPVC obscure double glazed window to the rear aspect, double radiator, shaver socket, ceramic tiled floor and a 3-piece white suite comprising low level WC, wash handbasin and Carronite panelled bath with mixer tap and mains fed shower over with glazed shower screen and complimentary splashback tiling. There is also a large fitted airing cupboard with shelving and radiator and additional cupboard storage also housing the gas fired combination boiler.
Outside - There is a double 5-bar gate giving access onto a generous block paved driveway providing comfortable off-road parking for numerous vehicles and also leading to the garage. There is also a picket fence to the front affording unobstructed views towards Woolsthorpe Manor and there is a lawned garden and feature brick edged well with inset bespoke wrought iron safety grate.
The block paved pathway continues across the front of the property where there is a secondary block paved driveway area ideal for motorhome/caravan/boat type storage. To either side of the property there are wrought iron gates giving access onto the generous rear garden and the block paving continues onto a sun terrace and pathway across the entire rear of the property. There is also an outside cold water tap, a generous flagstone sun terrace, lawned gardens with shrubs to the borders, fencing and hedging to the boundaries and steps up to a gravelled pathway set into a mainly lawned garden with GREENHOUSE and SUMMERHOUSE.
Summerhouse - 4.27m x 3.28m (14'0" x 10'9") - Ideal for use as a home office or studio. Having double glazed French doors to the front, two double glazed windows to the front and two double glazed windows to the side, power and lighting.
Tandem Garage - 8.08m x 3.40m (26'6" x 11'2") - With up-and-over door, eaves storage space, power and lighting. A door at the end gives access into a STORE/WORKSHOP.
Store / Workshop - 3.43m x 1.98m (11'3" x 6'6") - With power and lighting and Belfast sink.
** This garage/store/workshop spaces offers the opportunity for conversion into annexe living if required (subject to the usual permissions being obtained).
Services - Mains drainage, water, gas and electricity are connected. Central heating is provided by the gas fired combination boiler. The property has the benefit of cavity wall insulation to the rear extension although this is not reflected in the current EPC figures. Ultra-Fast Broadband is also connected to the property.
Council Tax - The property is in Council Tax Band C.
Directions - From High Street, Grantham proceed south along the A52/B1174 continuing out of town along South Parade and following the signs to join the A1 south. Take the left turn as signposted Woolsthorpe/Woolsthorpe Manor and Easton/Ancaster B6403. Turn right onto Bridge End, right onto Woolsthorpe Road and the second left turn onto Newton Way. Follow the road and take the left turn down the dead end. The property is at the end.
Woolsthorpe By Colsterworth - Woolsthorpe by Colsterworth is a pleasant hamlet that is equidistant between Stamford and Grantham, and also nearby to Oakham and Melton Mowbray, where excellent town amenities and schooling can be found to include main line station to London King's Cross from Grantham. The well served village of Colsterworth is about 2 miles distant offering doctor's surgery, Co-op store, public house and primary school. Peterborough, Leicester and Nottingham are all within a 30 mile drive.
Agent's Note - Although these particulars are thought to be materially correct, their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not form part of any contract. All services and appliances have not and will not be tested.
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