A beautiful, Grade II listed, semi-detached stone cottage in the pretty village of Alwalton, just four miles from the bustling city of Peterborough.
This Alwalton cottage has been lovingly restored to a high standard and retains plenty of original features which include stone mullion windows and oak beams.
There are three comfortable bedrooms at this Alwalton cottage, and a large landing area makes an ideal spot for relaxing or reading.
Make the most of an attractive country kitchen with brick flooring, a separate dining room with limestone floors, and a spacious yet cosy sitting room with oak flooring and large original inglenook fireplace with a woodburner, all designed to make this Alwalton cottage an idyllic home-from-home for a family holiday or a romantic break.
The large garden at this Alwalton cottage offers an opportunity for playing family games on the lawn or just spending a day relaxing on the patio.
The local village provides a lovely store with a Post Office and tea rooms, whilst the local pub is just around the corner.
Just a few miles from this Alwalton cottage is the vibrant city of Peterborough as well as the delightful market towns of Stamford, Oundle and Oakham.
Spend a day messing about on a boat on Rutland Water, or maybe take a steam train ride along the Nene Valley Railway.
A superb Alwalton cottage all year round.
Three bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin, 1 x single (accessed through twin bedroom). Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Ground floor shower room with shower, basin and WC. Fitted kitchen. Utility. Dining room. Sitting room with woodburner.
About the location
Peterborough 4 miles.
The pretty Cambridgeshire village of Alwalton is located just 4 miles from the city of Peterborough and offers a variety of local places of interest to visit. Alwalton is well served by a village shop with a post office and tea rooms, a church and a pub. Peterborough enjoys good shopping facilities with precincts, out of town shopping and an undercover market. Peterborough Cathedral has a beautiful 12th century painted ceiling and museum where you can join a ghost tour if you dare! Just a short drive from Alwalton, you can take a trip on a steam train along the Nene Valley Railway, or visit Sacrewell Farm and Country Centre with water mill, tractor rides and animals. Explore Ferry Meadows Country Park with wildlife, watersports and Roman remains, or medieval Longthorpe Tower which is owned by English Heritage. Within easy driving distance you can spend a day visiting one of the delightful market towns of Oundle, Stamford and Oakham with Rutland Water just outside the town.