The ground floor accommodation comprises a full drawing room with a feature fireplace containing a wood burning stove. The room has exposed stonework, windows to the front and rear, a built in storage cupboard in the chimney breast recess and solid wood flooring throughout.
The dining room sits in the middle of the house and has a large picture window looking out over the garden; from here, there is access to the utility and shower rooms and another door through to the kitchen. The shower room has a low flush lavatory, wash hand basin and a large shower.
To the outside there is a pair of timber gates that open into a large gravel driveway, where there is ample parking and covered parking in the open fronted double garage. The old milking parlour provides ideal, secure and dry storage and a covered area for the oil tank. In addition, the old dairy has been converted into a home office.
The garden has been cleverly designed in two distinct areas. It features raised beds, a herb garden, an orchard area and an attached greenhouse. The majority of the garden is enclosed by fabulous high ironstone walling.
From Oakham take the A6003 to Uppingham. On entering Uppingham, continue through the town on the A6003 now signposted to Corby. Take the left hand turning to Lyddington. When entering the village on Stoke Road the property will be on the left hand side on the corner where Stoke Road meets Main Street.
The property sits right in the heart of Lyddington, overlooking the village green and has a glorious and private, southwest facing garden. This historic house is a brilliant visitor to the open market and one that must be viewed to be appreciated