Homes with glorious gardens

Gardens are a major selling feature at this time of year for buyers, as flowers bloom, plants thrive and greenery flourishes, but outdoor space as a whole has shot to the top of a buyer’s house hunting list. This is due to the pandemic where we all found a new found love for our gardens, whether it was for al fresco dining, creating interesting play areas for the children or for a bit of horticulture from homebound green thumbs. We believe this is a trend that is set to continue for the rest of the year, especially during the warmer months, so with that in mind we have selected some of our homes for sale with gardens to suit a variety of requirements…

Chapel Lane – Barrowden, Rutland

Spring has definitely sprung at this charming Grade II listed house in a popular Rutland village, as the tulips bring gorgeous colour into the walled garden. The sunny and barely overlooked garden is deceptively large as it turns the corner at the back into a more secret, secluded area. With plenty of places to sit in the sun or shade, the garden retains structure all year round with box balls, hedging and topiary. Read more

Red House Farm – Donington, South Lincs

The grounds at this beautifully presented farmhouse largely consist of the lawn to the front (ideal for children’s trampolines, slides and swings perhaps?) delineated by a striking, curving walled haha, beyond which stretches the post and railed paddock of about one acre. Read more


College Farm – Moulton, South Lincs

The attractive gardens at this Georgian farmhouse are mainly lawn with an area to the front divided by a high, old wall behind which is a brick shed and a private, sheltered, paved area capturing the sun from late morning onwards. Evergreen hedging borders the garden and divides it up into sections. At the back, a delightful triangular box garden has been clipped to create sculptural forms for year round interest, and a timber trellis arch leads you down to further lawns where a greenhouse is to one side. Read more

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Contact Jan or Ildi on 01780 750 200 – we would be delighted to show you round one of these glorious gardens.

Homes to fall in love with this Valentine’s Day

“Roses are red, violets are blue, Fine & Country Stamford could have the dream home for you…

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, we’ve put together some of our gorgeous homes for sale buyers will be sure to fall for…

Langley House – Upton

We just love the design of this Dutch Gabled house that blends Flemish and New England architectural styles. It’s located in a magnificent setting surrounded by lawns and woodland with far reaching views across the open countryside between Stamford and Peterborough. Read more

Cheriton House – Thorney

Built in 1728, this charming Grade II listed house stands on the village green in the heart of the village of Thorney. The eight bedroomed house boasts many character features to fall in love with to include high ceilings, large sash windows and period fireplaces. Plus, there’s a sizeable outbuilding that would make a superb annex or home office. Read more

Vine House – Carlby

In the heart of the village of Carlby, we just love this yellow stone home which dates back to before the 1700’s, along with its original features to include overhead beams and inglenook fireplaces. Its footprint has been enlarged over time and recently, for anybody who loves the idea of working from home, the stables have been converted into offices. There’s also a few development opportunities with the outbuildings for anybody who fancies a bit of a renovation project. Read more

Spotted something you would like to see physically or via a video tour? Contact Jan or Ildi on 01780 750 200 – we would be delighted to arrange a visit for you. Alternatively visit our website for more homes just like these.

3 Of The Best… Village Homes

It’s been well reported that people are flocking to rural villages as a result of the coronavirus pandemic as they seek more space, larger gardens and a better lifestyle. We have put together some of our favourite village homes for sale to wet your appetite, from a Grade II listed 18th Century house to a contemporary family home…

Thorney

Built in 1728, this charming Grade II listed eight-bedroom house stands on the village green in the heart of Thorney. This historical village boasts a museum, abbey, green, independent shops, pub and an annual music festival, and is situated between Peterborough and Wisbech – ideal for those seeking a more rural lifestyle.

Key features at Cheriton House include period features, multiple reception rooms, a dining room, lounge, study (ideal for those looking to work from home), library, kitchen/breakfast room, utility room and cellar. As an added bonus, a converted coach house across the gravel drive would make a super annex, gym of separate office. Read more

Great Casterton

An exemplary, five bedroomed, family home enjoys superb countryside views of protected ancient land from its elevated position in the village of Great Casterton where residents can enjoy the church, garage/shop, golf club, pub/restaurant and a village hall, with the facilities of the market town of Kirkby Lonsdale just two miles away.

The current owners have masterfully extended and refurbished this beautiful stone property, combining a traditional facade with contemporary open plan living. Key features include a games room, a sumptuous master bedroom suite and a marvellous kitchen which leads seamlessly onto the terrace bringing the outside in. For those enjoy being in their gardens won’t be disappointed either, as an extensive paved terrace stretches across the back of the house from where steps lead down to a sunken seating area, whilst further steps lead down to the lawn. Read more

Bitchfield

With lovely rural views over the surrounding countryside, Mount Farm is an attractive period home dating back some 200 years nestled in the South Lincolnshire village of Bitchfield. The nearby large village of Corby Glen (3 miles) has a good range of amenities including a primary and secondary schooling, doctor’s surgery, a village shop along with two public houses, one of which has a great restaurant.

Previously a dairy farm, Mount Farm retains its historic charm and character features. The property has extensive outbuildings which include a stone built annex, three bay car port, three stables and a store. The landscaped garden is an acre and in addition to this there is a fenced paddock of five acres. Read more

Spotted something you would like to see physically or via a video tour? Contact Jan or Ildi on 01780 750 200 – we would be delighted to arrange a visit for you.