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  • 13.23 acres Of Grade 2/3 Pastureland
  • In All Extending To 15.78 acres
  • Five Commercial Buildings
  • Five-bedroom House
  • One-bedroom Annex

Nearest Stations

  • Oakham Rail Station - 1.5 miles
***UNDER OFFER*** Picturesque five-bedroom house with significant array of commercial buildings.

Highbrook House is a ironstone five-bedroom home located near the stunning Rutland Water Nature Reserve.

The Property features five commercial buildings which offer significant potential for further development.

Set in 13.23 acres of scenic pasture land, the Property is situated in a private and tranquil surround.

In all extending to 15.78 acres.

For sale by private treaty as a whole.
Highbrook House
The Property, accessed via a sweeping gravel driveway, features a picturesque ironstone house, surrounded by serene countryside.

Ample driveway parking is provided just outside the Property, with a garage/workshop located to the rear.

Entrance to the Property is achieved through a charming porch which offers a convenient space for the storage of outdoor footwear, while also providing a warm and characterful welcome.

Inside, a cosy yet practical cloakroom leads to the entrance hall, providing access to the living room, dining room, and kitchen.

The living room, bathed in natural light through well-placed windows, offers a spacious and comfortable area in which to relax.

Continuing from the living room, the dining area provides a practical space with easy access to the adjoining kitchen.

The northern wing of the Property includes a substantial reception room with bi-folding doors opening onto the terrace, as well as a thoughtfully laid-out utility room.

Access to the second floor is achieved via a centrally located staircase which leads to a carpeted hallway that connects all four bedrooms.

The principal bedroom features a dressing room with ample integrated storage, whilst the en-suite bathroom offers a touch of luxury with a walk-in shower and a bath, overlooking the surrounding pastureland.

Bedroom 2 comes with its own private shower room and a spacious walk-in wardrobe, with plenty of capacity for storage.

Bedrooms 3 and 4 offer scenic views of the rolling countryside, with a communal bathroom conveniently located on the landing.

Additionally, a one-bedroom annex is discreetly connected to the Property via the northern wall of the utility room.

The connection of the annex provides privacy for both dwellings whilst allowing access to the utility room for both properties.

The ground-floor of the annex includes an open-plan kitchen and living area.

A ground-floor bathroom and shower allow for fully self-contained living, whilst the staircase leads to a sunlit loft room with generous space and tranquil views of the surrounding countryside.

Commercial Buildings
Following on from the main house, the gravelled driveway leads to a selection of five outbuildings which have been converted for a range of uses.

The most significant of these structures is Burley View, a spacious office, designed to encompass all essential workplace amenities.

This includes a wellappointed cooking and refreshment area, workstations with accompanying office equipment, restroom facilities, storage space, and even a garage for added convenience.

The Property boasts several other substantial outbuildings including a joinery, a converted grain store with a mezzanine floor and office, a workshop, and a lean-to.

Presently falling under Use Class E, subject to achieving the relevant planning consents, these buildings hold the potential for a change in use.

The five commercial buildings at the Property extend to the following:
• Burley View
• Workshop (providing garage space for Highbrook House)
• Joinery
• Lean-To
• Grain Store.

The Property is situated in an attractive undulating landscape within a 5-minute walk of Rutland Water Nature Reserve.

Located less than 2 miles from the county market town of Oakham, the Property also offers excellent connections to Oakham and Uppingham private schools, as well as eateries, shops and various activities.

The bustling market town of Stamford is also easily accessed, offering a larger town with greater access to all essential needs.

Oakham Station provides frequent trains to London with a journey time of under 2 hours.

Regular direct trains to Birmingham are also available with journey times of under 90 minutes.

Highbrook House is enveloped by picturesque pastureland, with the primary paddock located to the west of the Property.

These fields span an impressive 13.23 acres of Grade 2/3 pastureland.

With a level gradient, the paddocks are encircled by a blend of sturdy livestock fencing and well-established hedgerows, interspersed with mature trees.

This expansive landscape presents an exceptional prospect for individuals interested in equestrian activities, or those seeking recreational opportunities in livestock management such as establishment of a small holding.

In this regional market, properties with such expansive grounds are a rarity, making this an extraordinary and unique opportunity for discerning buyers.

Method of Sale
For sale by private treaty as a whole.

Tenure & Possession
Vacant Possession.

Alternative uses and development of the Property will be subject to achieving the necessary planning permissions.

Wayleaves, Easements & Rights of Way
The land is to be sold subject to, and with the benefit of, all existing wayleaves easements, covenants, and rights of way, whether or not disclosed.

Any guide prices quoted or discussed are exclusive of VAT. In the event that the sale of the land becomes a chargeable supply for the purposes of VAT, such
tax will be payable (or become payable by the purchaser) in addition to the purchase price.

Sporting, Timber & Mineral Mights
To be included in the sale.

Health & Safety
All viewings are carried out at the sole risk of the viewer and neither the selling Agent nor the Vendor takes responsibility.

EPC Ratings
Highbrook House - D
Annexe - D
Burley View - C

Local Authority
Rutland County Council
LE15 6HP
01572 722 577

Viewings to be by appointment only, and arranged through the selling Agents.

The Property is situated north of Hambleton Road, which connects Egleton to the A603.

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Shouler & Son, Melton Mowbary
01664 786375 |
01664 502953 |

Carter Jonas, Cambridge
01223 346600 |
01223 346600 |
Property Ref: 18635750

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